Work-Life Balance May 2, 2019

Finding a reason to laugh, walking with a friend, meditating, playing with a pet, or working from home once a week can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally healthy.

Did you know that the mental and physical health impacts of workplace burnout and stress are estimated to cost as much as $190 billion per year in healthcare spending in the U.S.?

Poor work-life balance increases your risk for health conditions like sleep problems, digestive disorders and mental health problems.

People who feel they have good work-life balance are more satisfied with their job and their life, and experience fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety.


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