Working shifts can make you fat

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  1. Jim

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    Do you think that it can affect you 5 years after finishing working shifts?? ;)
     
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    LOL, nice one. :)
     
  6. KD

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    I believe that it can (at the time that is:p). On a side note, my DH works shifts and though he managed admirably for the first 15 years (oh, and didn't put on weight), it's proving a killer now he's getting older:( He can't sleep in the day, obviously can't sleep at night. Getting depressed, though he'd never admit to that :rolleyes:

    He's on days at the moment, 50 miles away. First time in years, and what a difference. His whole mood has changed. Sleeping better and more alert.
    I'm loving having him work in the day. Fits better for me anyway.

    Shame it's only temporary and he'll soon be back to nights.
     
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