Wednesday, 8. August 2012
The researchers found that people who are intimidated, insulted or otherwise harassed in the workplace are more likely to have problems than other workers. Their findings published in the September 1 issue of the journal Sleep.The misfortunes of sleep also affected those who had seen someone being bullied. Just over a third of workers said they saw bullying in the workplace over the past 12 months. Among the findings: men who have seen bullying in the workplace have had the opportunity estimated at 60 percent more to have sleep disorders.
Bullying at work can be a common phenomenon, according to new study, which involved over 7,600 middle-aged workers in the south of France. Study participants filled out questionnaires about their work environment and the ability to fall asleep and sleep after the return of early morning awakening.
The ratings for sleep disorders were 20 percent higher in women who have seen someone being bullied.
D., an epidemiologist and researcher at the UCD School of Public Health and Science Population of University College Dublin, Ireland, said in a statement. ‘Our study highlights the need to better understand and prevent occupational hazards, such as bullying, sleep disorders.’
‘If their anger at the violent partner, the result was probably more violence,’ said Sharp. ‘But they might be angry against God, praying without fear of reprisals.’
The possibility of sleep problems increased more if the workers have seen and experienced bullying. The study’s authors say their results highlight the need to intensify efforts to prevent bullying in the workplace
The adjustment is the medical term for sleep disturbances resulting from a stressor, such as bullying in the workplace. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the symptoms may also involve, anxiety, depression, muscle tension, and.
Adjustment insomnia usually disappears within three months, but may persist if the person remains in a stressful environment or may otherwise t adapt to the situation.