VIDEO: More than half of the workers believe that they got a mistake from a bad colleague
More than half of British workers believe they've gotten a mistake from a bad colleague, a study found.
Research has shown to what extent co-workers who cough and stutter, pass their gems and illnesses to those who sit nearby.
According to the study, the average" martyrs "five days in sick while attracting his colleagues
Remarkably Every second worker believes that after battling in the office, he passed on a disease when they were supposed to recover at home.
Dr. Penny Woods, executive director of the British Lung Foundation, said the study said, "People should definitely not feel guilty about being ill.
" Cold weather can have a major impact on people with lung disease who may need extra days off.
"You & # 39; It is more likely that a cold or flu will occur, which can aggravate the symptoms and lead to a long recovery time. We've all had a cold that's hard to shake off.
"Sometimes a persistent cough, accompanied by breathlessness, can be a sign of something more serious.
" Millions of people live with undiagnosed lung disease So if a cough is worrying, have it examined.
The study also found that workers require an average of three sickness days each year.
26 percent feel guilty about taking a day off and leaving their colleagues to lift their lull, and one in seven is worried Taking a day off to recover from bad health will make her boss feel weak.
January appeared to be the most common time to suffer from a cough, with one in six Britons making their way through the Month stuttering.
The common cold will likely hit seven out of every ten.
Worse, once the cold has begun, it takes an average of nine days to shift the symptoms and feel normal again.  Only seven percent of Britons would think they would go to the hospital if they had coughs or colds that were hard to relocate, but three out of five would make an appointment at i If you have not recovered for more than a month, you should contact your family doctor. Among the surveyed workers, 14 percent currently suffer from respiratory diseases of some kind.
More than a third of respondents said they had theirs Respiratory illness in the winter months, when the weather gets colder, the most difficult One in five of the surveyed workers was sure that they knew how to maintain their respiratory health during the winter months, and three out of ten admitted they had no idea.
Fifty-four percent believe that the seasons change especially in a warm season. A cool season is the most likely to cause them to get sick.
Stress is an important consideration when it comes to poor health, according to OnePoll's study, in which 42 percent of workers attribute feelings under the Wea
Two out of five believe that a lack of sleep is theirs Chances are increased to get the Lurg, and 16 percent blame for physical contact with sick strangers.
Dr. Woods added: "Breathing conditions are more difficult to handle in winter, so we all need to know how to maintain good lung health at this point in time.
" During the cold spell, there is an 80% increase in the airway to the emergency room. This clearly contributes significantly to marginalizing our A & E services.
"We need to plan for the predictable growth of hospital visits throughout the year, which will enable our services to better cope in the coldest months and reduce unnecessary visits and admissions."
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