One in three people who work from home in the United States tend to drink Corona Virus

One in three people who work from home in the United States tend to drink Corona Virus May 22 at 11:39

As more and more people are forced to work from home due to the spread of the new coronavirus, a U.S. study found that one in three people who responded were more likely to drink while working from home. Experts encourage people to interact and exercise so that they don’t depend on alcohol due to stress.

The study was conducted in March by the American Addiction Center, which supports people with alcohol and drug addictions in the United States, targeting 3,000 people from home.

According to this, it was found that one in three of the 32 respondents said they tended to drink when working from home due to curfews or city blockades.

The highest drinking rate at work was
67% in Hawaii,
Then
60% in eastern Rhode Island,
Southern Virginia and Eastern New Hampshire also had 50 percent and half.

On the other hand, 8 percent of southern Arkansas had the lowest drinking rate.

As for the reason why you end up drinking,
▼ Or because there is no eye of monitoring when you are at home,
▼Because it is not possible to go out as i want, and stress accumulates, it is that a lot of voices such as was received.

In addition, the type of alcohol that is drunk most while working from home is beer, and 22% of those who answered said they were stocking up on alcohol.

Dr. Mark Caralco of the American Addiction Center, who was in charge of the study, said, “The findings are already serious, but i feel that more people are actually drinking from their previous medical experiences, so that they can consciously interact with people and make it a habit to exercise every day so that they don’t depend on alcohol because of stress and anxiety.”