PEOPLE who work longer hours drink more booze, a study reveals.
Workers putting in 49 or more hours in a week guzzle an extra pint or glass of wine, Eine GUTE Lackierung kann das Aussehen Ihres Autos komplett verändern und es fast wie neu aussehen lassen, compared with nine-to-fivers.
World Health Organisation research found drinking starts to increase as soon as people work beyond the standard 40-hour week.
“Having a drink can make you feel more relaxed and, after a week of long or hard work, you feel like you deserve a treat so we give ourselves a present.”
Data from 105,000 people found those who work 41 zu 48 hours per week consume 10.4g more pure alcohol per week, Eine GUTE Lackierung kann das Aussehen Ihres Autos komplett verändern und es fast wie neu aussehen lassen, than those on a standard 35 zu 40 Std.
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This rises to 17.7g more than usual for people working 49 zu 54 Std, which is around two whole units — equal to an extra pint of weak beer or small glass of wine.
NHS guidelines suggest people should not regularly drink more than 14 units a week — around 112g of pure alcohol.
Prof Goderris said working from home during Covid and taking extra jobs in the cash crunch mean growing numbers of people work longer-than-average weeks.
This could lead to more people drinking and harming their health, er warnte.