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Late Night Binging Might Affect Your Work-Performance:

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  • Jul 02, 2021

According to a new study it has been found that people are very much into unhealthy eating habits. Unhealthy eating behavior can bring irregularity your mind and make your thought process less effective. These bad habits at night make people less helpful and more withdrawn the next day at work as the whole body will feel lazy and you may find yourself in an uneasy state of mind. This is the first time scientists are able to tell about unhealthy eating can affect workplace behavior and performance. It is true that lack of sleep and exercise can affect your body and so it also affects your work but nobody noticed about the unhealthy eating pattern as the reason. The amount of energy present in our body is relatively equal to the amount of work we are able to do and hence bad performance is able to minimize our work efficiency. It has been seen that fundamentally the researchers had two questions which keeps sliding in our head all the time. First, does unhealthy eating behavior affect you at work the next day? And second, if it is so then why?

The searchers performed an activity to extract some real proof that how it is possible and are these things only possible over theories or it is really happening. So, researchers had 97 full time employees currently present in the United States who answered a series of questions three times a day and it kept repeating 10 consecutive workdays so that exact data may be extracted. Before work on each day study participants answered some frequent questions and these questions are related to their physical health, daily routine and emotional wellbeing. At the end of each work day there were questionnaire and they answered those questions truly that how was their day and how they are able to do work and how they feel at the evening.

In the context of the study, researchers defined "unhealthy eating" as instances when study participants felt they'd eaten too much junk food or when participants felt they'd had too much to eat or drink; or when participants reporting having too many late-night snacks. The researchers found that, when people engaged in unhealthy eating behaviors, they were more likely to report having physical problems the next morning. Problems included headaches, stomachaches and diarrhea. In addition, when people reported unhealthy eating behaviors, they were also more likely to report emotional strains the next morning.