Mental stress is associated with sleep problems in older employees
The study investigated the relationships between work-life balance, stressful life circumstances, mental and physical working conditions, and sleep problems in older employees. .
In another demographic study, more than 70% of Finnish women and more than 50% of Finnish men aged 60 to 69 reported having problems sleeping in the last month.
“In our study, we identified four different components that are associated with mental stress. These are physical workload and shift work, psychosocial workload, paradoxical workload, and psychosocial workload. social and environmental circumstances do not work and life events and adversities are not related to health, the more jobs employees have, said Professor of Psychology Marianna Virtanen of the University of Eastern Finland.
Loneliness and little social interaction with neighbors are examples of non-environmental and social difficulties. Adversity that is not related to work but due to stressful life events or medical care is known as non-life and health event-related adversity.
Flexibility is an important area for improvement
Different stressors are linked to sleep problems in different ways. While work-related stress was associated with current sleep problems, loneliness and environment-related stress predicted escalating sleep problems during follow-up. track. Sleep quality is related to psychosocial work circumstances.
“In this study, psychosocial working conditions were described by the content and arrangement of work, such as influence opportunities and working time, as well as capacity development and management. especially when there are stressors in private life, such as Virtanen says.
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