AS SPAIN returns to work following its summer holidays many people will be feeling slightly depressed at the prospect of facing the daily grind once again.
However, millions may actually be suffering from post-holiday syndrome – a condition whose symptons range from sadness and irritability to insomnia and headaches.
It affects many more native Spaniards (67 per cent) more than foreigners in Spain (46 per cent), while 16 per cent of all sufferers revealed they need more than a week to recover.
Tips to overcome the condition include maintaining a positive mental attitude and re-establishing strong communication with co-workers.
Fear not, however, if you are one of the afflicted. Tips to overcome the condition include maintaining a positive mental attitude and re-establishing strong communication with co-workers.
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