Lockdown wellbeing | Third of Brits have more aches & pains

Third of Brits have more aches & pains

The continued move to homeworking for the majority of employers within the UK has caused several logistical issues for workers. Many have struggled with weak internet connections, technology and software issues, and the balance between home and work life due to having to work in their homes.

However, whilst the past months may have given many an opportunity to settle into a ‘new normal’ routine and iron out some of these issues, one key element of remote working life is continuing to have a key impact, according to research commissioned by Nurofen.

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