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Online Shopping can Prevent Stress, Hypertension, Depression

by Bidita Debnath on  November 8, 2015 at 1:43 AM Hypertension News   - G J E 4
A new study revealed that online shopping prevents work-related stress and several types of health issues caused by it like hypertension and depression.
 Online Shopping can Prevent Stress, Hypertension, Depression
Online Shopping can Prevent Stress, Hypertension, Depression
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The study, conducted over a period of six months, has also showed that over 40 percent of professionals world wide consider online shopping as solution for their stress and depression caused due to their work.

‘A survey was conducted across major cities including Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Pune, and it revealed that most of the people found that online shopping was an easier way to lower stress and hypertension as it needed less efforts.’
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During the survey, which was conducted across major cities including Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Pune, it was revealed that most of the people found that online shopping was an easier way to lower stress as it needed less efforts.

The study, conducted by leading web portal Shop Pirate, revealed that 45 percent of the people in India voted online shopping to be the best way to ensure temporary distraction from anxieties caused by the work.

According to the health ministry, 40 percent of the people in cities and 20 percent in rural India suffer from hypertension and the number was fast increasing due a sedentary lifestyle and hectic working official working hours.

Medical experts rate hyper tension and depression as the leading factor for a slew of diseases including heart attacks, paralysis, renal failure and thickening of the arteries.

"While shopping, their level of oxytocin, hormone of love and happiness, increases due to excitement. It's like when we kiss or hug our loved one, we feel this hormone and our happiness grew. This helps in decreasing stress level and relieving shoppers who gets feeling of achievement," Kulpreet Kaur, co-founder of Shoppirate.in, said in a statement.

Source: IANS
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