Here’s Why Working Overtime Might Be Killing You

 

Putting in the overtime hours might keep your boss happy or help you pay off that holiday credit card bill, but it can take a toll on your health in the long term.

Working 41–48 hours a week instead of a “normal” 35–40 raises your risk of stroke by 10%; toiling 49–54 hours ups it by 27%; and slaving away for 55 hours hoists it by a shocking 33%, according to a new study from University College London.

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