A study of 2,000 adults found a fast pace of life combined with rising work pressures and a phone that never stops means few people “switch off”.
Other factors include the stress of being a parent, longer commuting times and financial pressures amid rising costs of living.
Two thirds of those polled believe a lifestyle that leaves no time to decompress is taking its toll on health and emotional wellbeing.
The research also found the difficulties we have switching off mean we’re left feeling “mentally frazzled” twice a week on average.
However, six in 10 feel said they feel apprehensive about straying from their daily routine.
Despite this, the Twinings research carried out through OnePoll, found many of those polled have made changes to their daily routine to help them better relax.
These include taking longer tea breaks during their working day, not looking at their mobile devices in the evening and reading a book before going to bed.
Other methods include taking more tea breaks, doing exercise and enforcing a ‘no talking about work’ rule when at home.
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