Women More Likely To Undergo Stress As Compared to Their Male Workers
Seems like the stress level for women is on the rise as the everyday chores and responsibilities are undoubtedly driving them crazy.
The researchers are on the same page as women have finally started to feel more anxiety and pressures due to their frantic routines. Starting their day from chaotic customs to adjusting themselves within the hectic work place, it is gradually becoming difficult for our women to endure in a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Apparently science agrees with them too, as a recent study has demonstrated that women are two third more likely to undergo stress as compared to their men co-workers. Working women, especially in their 30's and 40's find it difficult to manage their workplace stress, children's accountabilities and eventually their house chores.
Dr Judith Mohring has maintained that there is a significant spike among middle aged women who are more prone to stress in their work environment. Official figures have also shown that British women are almost 70% more likely to accumulate work place stress.
From the Priory’s Wellbeing Clinic in central London, Dr Judith claims that the reason for their elevated strain is due to the infinite expectations from women in terms of their traditional role play, which includes tackling the home chores, taking care of the elderly and other ‘wife’ duties.
According to the Telegraph UK, The Health and Safety Executive establishes that women between 35 and 44 in Britain are 67% more likely to suffer work related stress and anxiety than men of their same age.
Dr Judith maintains that women have potential beyond their imagination, but due to the presence of their family tasks and other responsibilities they are bound to produce optimistic results not only at their homes, but are also expected to produce profitable results in their offices.
That is why, she believes most of the working women end up drinking as it has currently become unmanageable for middle aged women. The traditional role play as taken a toll and women should be granted more space in terms of their office capabilities so that they can maintain a balanced approach in their respective lives.