EVALUATION AND COMPARISON OF LIFE STYLE AND FITNESS AMONG SOFTWARE AND NON-SOFTWARE PROFESSIONALS
Vijayalaxmi B. M., A. P. Krishna and Dr. Shrikant L. Patil*
Work related stress is the physical and emotional responses that can happen when there is a conflict between job demands on the employee and the amount of control an employee has over meeting these demands. The present study is planned to investigate whether job level will influence once occupational stress at workplace. The information on job level leaving full time employment was obtained on the questionnaire for inclusion in the analysis. Respondents provided the job profile and grade on the basis of which they were recognized as professionals for the purposes of the analysis. This study highlights the interplay among the lifestyle habits, body weight, physical activity and aerobic fitness, work stress and disruption of circadian rhythm among Software Professionals and Non-Software Professionals.
Keywords: Stress, aerobic fitness, sleep, lifestyle, mental health.
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