According to psychologists the  secret to happiness is to ignore an endless stream of emails by turning off the app on your phone. Researches indicate that during the recent years of app enabled smart phones a culture has developed where people must feel they are constantly available for work. The result is an unwritten organisational etiquette, that encourages employees to develop a habit which negatively impacts on their emotional well-being.
Studies have found that continuously checking and reading emails due to a ‘push notification’ feature which alerts users to new messages even when they are not in their vlog Mail app, prompts signs of tension and worry.
The researchers suggest that people may want to consider launching their email application when they want to use email and closing it down for periods when they don’t wish to be interrupted by incoming emails. according to their findings this practice  will alleviate anxiety both in and out of the office. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
They found that two of the most stressful habits were leaving email on all day and checking emails early in the morning and late at night. There was a “strong relationship” between use of the “push” feature that automatically updates emails on devices as soon as they arrive and perceived email pressure. Higher email pressure was associated with more examples of work having a negative effect on home life, and home life having a negative impact on performance at work.
Email pressure was found highest among younger people and steadily decreased with age, according to the findings presented at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology annual meeting in Nottingham.
Those working in IT, marketing, public relations, the internet and media were most affected by email stress.
More than 30 per cent of this group received more than 50 emails a day and more than 65 per cent allowed their devices to update emails round the clock.
Experts in digital distraction and productivity have suggested managing the stresses of constant email communication by limiting how often the app is checked, setting Out Of Office replies more frequently and resigning to the fact that, if a matter is urgent, employers will attempt to make contact with a phone call.
In 2014, an estimated 196.3 billion emails were sent around the world, according to the report.
The average adult spent more than an hour a day consulting emails.