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    It is a risk to work long days

    An analysis by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) has revealed that working 55 hours or more a week can result in cardiovascular disease. Working long days triggers a stress reaction in the body and if this happens too often the reaction can cause cardiovascular damage. Moreover, people working long days often also have a very unhealthy lifestyle. The problem has increased over the last two decades, predominantly in East Asia. Although the situation in the Netherlands is much more positive, we cannot sit back and ignore the analysis. The WHO warns against the negative impact of flex working, the 24-hour economy and the coronavirus pandemic on our bodies.

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