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09/03/2012 11:28 AM ID: 92491 Permalink   

Study: Shutting off E-Mail Lowers Stress Levels


A recently released study by researchers in California proves that employees who stopped checking their e-mail for five days enjoyed less stress and better focus.

"We couldn´t see a discernible trend on days 1 and 2. But at day 5, the pattern started to become clear: People became less stressed after being away from e-mail," says Gloria Mark of the University of California.

Instead of checking their e-mails the study participants were asked to talk on the phone or face-to-face to their colleagues. "People said they felt liberated, and the euphoria lasted for a few days," Mark also said.

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  now do a study to find out....  
if it is the JUNK mail / spam thats creating the stress.

for every email you get from a family member / friend you will always find at least 50 spam emails.
  by: smgordon1259   09/03/2012 08:02 PM     
You are so right! I hardly ever open my Email´s and between spam and the snooping on the internet, I can barley muster up half of the interest I once had.
  by: captainJane     09/03/2012 08:29 PM     
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