Stress less during your commute

Photo source: have many options to make their daily travels less stressful, including carpooling, where people take turns navigating the bumper-to-bumper commute. ■ Metro service Commuting can be stressful, and the effects of such stress does not end when working adults arrive at their offices in the morning, nor does it cease when they enter their homes at night. According to a 2014 study from the United Kingdom’s Office for National Statistics, commuters have lower life satisfaction, lower levels of happiness and higher anxiety than non-commuters. Researchers found that commuters whose travel times lasted between 61 and 90 minutes were most negatively affected by their commutes. Reducing commute times may

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