Do emails increase your stress levels and affect your health?
Researchers say that the constant sending and receiving of emails stresses out employees.
A new study has found a direct link between workplace stress and email use.
Researchers found that the constant sending and receiving of messages increases employees' levels of stress, causing increases in blood pressure, heart rate and cortisol levels.
Loughborough University Professor Tom Jackson, who conducted the research, spoke to Scotland Tonight.
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