Nearly 46 percent of the Indian workforce is struggling with stress. This tension is due to personal reasons, office politics or workload.
According to the report of the Asochaim Healthcare Committee, nearly 56 per cent of corporate employees in India take less than 6 hours a day to sleep, because the burden of their target given by their manager leads to high levels of stress, which can affect their sleep Falls.
The report said, “Employers are sleeping due to giving inappropriate and unrealistic targets to the employer, due to which they have problems like fatigue, physical discomfort, psychological stress, decrease in performance and pain in the body, due to which they need More than holidays. ”
This report says that the annual cost of sleep reduction is $ 150 billion, as it decreases productivity at the workplace. The pressure of the work, the pressure of the peers and the hard boss, all of them are spoiling the mental and physical health of the people.
Further in the report it was said that 46 per cent of the Indian workforce is facing stress. This tension is due to personal reasons, office politics or workload.
The report said, “Here are cases of metabolic syndrome rising, including diabetes, high uric acid, high blood pressure, obesity, and high cholesterol (in India).”
According to the report, 16 percent of those surveyed were suffering from obesity and 11 percent were suffering from depression.
According to the report, the number of people suffering from hypertension and diabetes is 9 percent and 8 percent, respectively.
It is said in the report that diseases such as spandylosis (5%), heart disease (4%), universal (3%), asthma (2.5%), slip disks (2%) and arthritis (1%) are common among corporate workers.
The report stated, “Depression, fatigue, and sleep disorders are such situations or risks, which are often associated with chronic diseases and have the greatest effect on productivity.”