Study Links Working Overtime To Alcohol Abuse
Researchers found a link between working more than 48 hours per week and dangerous drinking habits.By Madison Burke | January 14, 2015
People who put in a lot of overtime are more likely to engage in dangerous alcohol consumption, according to a new study.
Finnish researchers studied hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Those who worked more than 48 hours a week were 13 percent more likely to have unhealthy drinking habits.
Researchers defined unhealthy alcohol practices use as 14 drinks a week for women and 21 drinks a week for men.