A recent new study shows that people with such routines who have sleep disturbances are more likely to have depression and anxiety problems than those who shift from 9am to 5pm. In addition, people working in shifts are 28 percent more likely to suffer from mental health problems. This result is revealed after examining 28 thousand 438 participants involved in the last 7 studies.
Studies by researchers at a UK university showed that those working in shifts were 33 percent more likely to develop depression, especially those who did not work in night shifts. Experts involved in the study say that frequent shift changes affect our sleeping and waking habits. Our body is unable to cope with this change happening in the habit of sleeping and waking, which causes irritability in people. Apart from this, mood swings also occur and social isolation causes relationships with family and friends to be affected.