Wednesday, May 30, 2007

//News// Work-related stress hurts nurses' sex lives

A poll of nurses revealed that work-related stress is harming the sex lives of nurses in the U.K.

The survey, which was conducted by the Nursing Times in London, also found that work-related stress had caused both physical and emotional problems for nurses.

Almost 2,000 nurses were polled for the study. About 70% of the respondents said that work-related stress was affecting their physical and emotional health. About 44% said their sex life was affected, while 25% said they had started drinking more.

The study also showed that about 30% of the nurses were getting sick more than usual and one in 10 nurses were smoking more due to stress.

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