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Why is it bad to work?

Well it isn’t really unless you over do it. Although it certainly feels bad to work this is mainly because we do not like what we do. Finding an enjoyable work, such as mattress testing, is the real key to happiness. It is not that hard to find work we like - the problem is getting paid for it!

According to Ayurveda work should be done in the day not in evening or night as explained in the previous blog. It is unfortunate that most people now work in the evenings and many in the night itself. India is prime example of poor eating and work habits. People there eat late dinners - around 9pm to 10pm in the evening because everyone works until at least 8pm. This means the food is not digested correctly before going to sleep at 11pm or 12pm. The body needs at least 2 to 3 hours to digest the food before sleeping. In countries like Spain this is a huge problem as they eat even later than Indians.

Working in day, eating in the evening, sleeping at night, these are natural rhythms of the body, the more we respect them the happier our body will be.

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