Professor Alan White from the University of Leeds says that hours of slow work in privacy not only reduce the blood pressure, but also positively affect a person’s self-esteem.
This is especially true of men: the stronger sex relaxes by doing something, and it is good for health. A similar effect is produced by the following procedure: disassembly of machines or electronic gadgets, and then working slowly to set them back.
White also found that in the UK, working men die prematurely almost twice more often, because they cannot openly talk about their health status.
According to the experts, a place, where a man can stay alone for a while, can make a difference. After all, privacy and the process of working have a positive impact. So, dear ladies, let your men stay in seclusion for some time.