Men's Health

Give Your Job a Promotion

An email just came in. You should …

A Ignore it for now

B Ignore it forever

C Jump on it

Answer: A Interruptions force you to pick up the pace to get back on track, which increases your sense of pressure and stress, per UC Irvine research. Check email at preset intervals rather than replying to every message as it comes in.

If your job keeps you

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