Interesting little note here (yes, I know the survey was sponsored by the manufacturer of an energy drink):
It says: "Thirtysomething women today are on their knees suffering debilitating tiredness because there are simply not enough hours in their days to build in any relaxation time."
Eighty-five per cent of thirtysomething women say they frequently feel tired and 59 per cent of these feel tired all the time.
Only a quarter regularly enjoy seven or eight hours sleep a night, 75 per cent are lucky if they get six hours, and 40 per cent usually get by on less than six.
They snack, eat on the hoof, and almost half regularly phone in sick.
One in 10 has heart palpitations, a quarter suffer from asthma or eczema, and one in 10 suffers from shortness of breath.
The gender pay gap is virtually non-existent amongst those in their 20s, widens dramatically in the 30s and then starts to shrink again in the 40s and 50s. I wonder whether this could be anything to do with it?