Workadholic is challenging issue that requires specialized counseling and support. Arha Rehabilitation and Social Service Centre is dedicated to providing compassionate and evidence-based Counseling and support for individuals struggling with this activity. Led by experienced Behavioral Modification therapists and addiction specialists, the rehab center offers comprehensive programs to address the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of addiction of Workaholic. A healthy balance between work and life needs to be maintained .

July 5 is observed as NATIONAL WORKAHOLICS DAY. For the past few years, this day has been celebrated on popular social media sites by means of an annual hashtag campaign. Is this date an official holiday? No. However, this day is a sober reminder to all the workaholics to institute work-life balance in their lives.

Workaholic- Meaning:

A workaholic is a person who feels the need to be busy at all times, which may also sometimes become the reason why they perform tasks that are unnecessary for project completion. The term “workaholism” was first used by psychologist Wayne Oates in 1971. According to him, it can be described as an uncontrollable need to work incessantly.

3. Signs for a Workaholic:

* Regularly thinking of ways to create more time to work, even on days off.
* You find yourself working late at night or doing overtime in the office, beyond what you initially intended
* Believing that work helps to reduce symptoms of emotional stress, anxiety, helplessness or depression
* Ignoring requests from loved ones or work colleagues to reduce the amount of work that you take on
* Experiencing symptoms of stress or becoming irritable if you are not able to work for an extended period of time
* Hobbies such as exercise or leisure activities with family and friends become less important than completing work tasks
* Working excessively has negatively influenced your overall health and wellbeing