The problem of the relationship between hard work and increased alcohol consumption is not new. Even Nekrasov in the poem “To whom it is good to live in Russia” wrote: “He works to death, drinks to death.” But if the first question is “Who is to blame?” the answer is easy: stress, processing, desire to relax – then the second, “What to do?” requires a more serious conversation.
Excessive passion for work can cause the development of alcohol addiction! European scientists have identified a connection between the problem of workaholism and the possible development of alcohol dependence. In a large-scale study of Finnish scientists led by Dr. Marianna Virtanen of the Institute of Occupational Health (Helsinki), it turned out: the more time a person spends in the workplace, the more often he abuses alcohol. Continue reading