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Kolkata: Corporate chief executives, entrepreneurs and professionals listen to music and some even play musical instruments to unwind and rejuvenate, and say music is a great way to achieve work-life balance in a high-stress-inducing environment.
“I’ve been in corporate life for 30 years. We face a lot of chaos in personal and professional life and listening to music or participating in musical sessions helps one take a pause. In a hospital, we tell employees to serve with a smile. This smile will be genuine only if one is happy from within,” said Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital CEO Rupali Basu. “Stress gives rise to an increase in cortisol, a hormone that activates the sympathetic nervous system and has a lot of damaging effects. It helps to deal with difficult situations but if it is high at all times, it has a lot of damaging effects. Music, on the other hand, helps reduce cortisol and increase the release of the happy hormone endorphin,” explained IVF specialist Indrani Lodh.
Basu, Mookherjee, Lodh and several others including Chinese consul general Zha Liyou, AMRI Hospital CEO Rupak Barua, Apollo Gleneagles CEO Rana Dasgupta, Charnock Hospital MD Prasant Sharma, Century Ply co-founder and MD Sanjay Agarwal, danseuse…
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