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-- if you love your job.
Feel like you're spending longer and longer add it.
In fact it's no longer -- usual for us to be putting in those 1011 even twelve hour days and if you think those long days are taking a toll on your health.
It turns out that you're probably right there's a team from University College in London.
And they found that folks you spend more than eleven hours a day at work dramatically increase our chances of having a heart attack.
-- even if you love what you do.
Even if you love what you do that requires the concentration.
And energy and this statistics -- That people who work eleven hours a day instead and -- -- on a regular basis.
Are at 67%.
Of having to stroke.
That's because the attention.
Everything involved in -- work.
For that length of time is -- is -- a menace to your brain.
But look at the economy.
Doctor and a lot of people don't have a choice but to work to -- -- What can you do to prevent I can't I can't prevent them.
From having two jobs all I can do is tell them.
That working eleven hours a day who is associated.
With a substantial.
Increase in risk for stroke.
And if you let's -- you do with the 1112 hours a day can you should be able to or can try to fit in some exercise and I can handle herself.
Now you can try to take.
Regular breaks -- frequent intervals fibers six or seven minute breaks and relax but the best way is to avoid doing.
-- -- I think most people can avoid doing it I think that most people are compulsive about it and -- and and work with that the pressure to do so.
I want the risks when you when you work a lot and if you even if you don't -- -- get older and He came a few pounds.
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