Due to the Pandemic, the urge to procrastinate is greater than ever, but new research shows that, no matter which way you slice it, procrastination is never good.
It can actually lead to depression, anxiety, cardiovascular disease and a host of other serious health conditions.
So, if it’s that bad for us, why do we do it? And how can we break the habit?
Dr Fuschia Sirois, psychologist at the University of Sheffield in the UK and author of ‘Procrastination, Health and Wellbeing’