Scientists say that text messaging is about the weather and plans for the evening is the key to preventing stress in the office.
A new study has shown that women who receive messages from their partners, cope better with stressful situations at work.
Researchers from the University of California found that reading a trivial text message from my husband or a friend helps to control blood pressure.
The study was attended by 75 couples. The researchers divided men and women, sending them to different rooms. Women wearing cuff for measuring blood pressure and asked to prepare for public speaking and a math test to recreate the kind of stress faced by people at work. When they worked, some received support texts from their partners. Others were sent a neutral message, and the remaining participants did not receive any messages.
The results of the study showed that women who received the messages, felt less stress.
The study was published in the journal “Computers In Human Behaviour”.