The findings in a recent study have proposed that those of the women who are more loyal towards their work and are more concentrated on their career are at a high risk of putting on weight, as they are less concerned about their health.
The study led by Nicole Au, from the Centre for Health and Economics at Monash University, Melbourne, took into consideration cases of 9,276 women aged between 45 and 50 years and analyzed them for two years.
Within the time duration, 55% of the women had gained on a average 1.5% of their actual weight.
The study, which has tried to highlight the effect of employment and number of hours spent working on weight of a person, has claimed that the women who work for 35 hours or more in a week are surely going to gain weight.
The major reasons behind gaining weight is that these women due to their zeal for work are far away from healthy home-cooked food; they don’t have much time to devote for cooking or being healthy by exercising daily. Rather, they don’t take proper sleep even.
As a consequence, the study exclaims that majority of women are at risk of putting on pounds. Further, the women working for 49 hours or more are more likely to be in habit of drinking or smoking.
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