Risky Drinking After Working Long Hours. Part 3 of 3

Risky Drinking After Working Long Hours – Part 3 of 3

Dr James Garbutt, a professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, said, “The signify seems quite strong that longer work hours is associated with an increased likelihood of risky drinking developing”. It’s not clear from this reading whether some other factor, such as the nature of those who work longer hours, contributes to drinking. “Nevertheless, the idea that we need to think carefully before pushing workers to work longer hours, as this could increase drinking levels, seems reasonable” exercises.

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