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Research finds almost half of Brits feel 'stressed'

5th November 2013

Bupa found 27% of 10,000 workers surveyed said they regularly "feel close to breaking point".


Stress levels were highest among those aged between 45 and 54. Women were more likely to say they were stressed.

The single main cause of anxiety seemed to be worries about money, followed by work and family life.


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Sunday 10th November 2013 @ 19:15


As the survey has correctly found, the main causes for our reaching the breaking point of stress are money, work and family life. But then, if we ponder, the root cause for all the aforesaid ills, are that we are, in the present pattern of our society, becoming more and more materialistic. Our living, our thinking and almost everything linked to our being is materialist. If and when we shun this attitude of ours, we will find more peace in our lives and live without stress.

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Article Information

Title: Research finds almost half of Brits feel 'stressed'
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 24763
Date Added: 5th Nov 2013


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