Do Malaysians handle stress well?

A global study entitled AI@Work Study 2020 reveals that 70% of people have had more stress and anxiety at work in 2020 than any other previous years. Photo: Pixabay

For many months last year since the movement control order, salesman Henry Ng (not his real name), 41, has been suffering from stress and anxiety, resulting in insomnia.

Besides the restrictions of the pandemic – not being able to go out to see clients as often as he used to – Ng who is married and has three young children, aged nine, 11 and 13, has to contend with juggling family responsibilities with his wife as both of them work from home.

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