'Sunday scaries’ | Do you stress over work on the weekends?

Do you stress over work on the weekends?

Work stress is no joke and can exacerbate an individual's health concerns. In fact, a new health concern has emerged associated with the term ‘Sunday scaries’. Sunday scaries are also known as work-related anticipatory anxiety and are a worrying trend towards both employee and employer wellbeing... Recently, a new campaign has been launched by the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) which focuses on ‘Sunday scaries’ named: Every Mind Matters. Research put for by the OHID uncovered that seven in ten (67%) Brits regularly experienced the ‘Sunday scaries’. Additionally, this trend mostly impacted young adults. What is this spooky wellbeing concern? ‘Sunday scaries’ also named as work-related anticipatory sounds spooky and, in...

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