Before mulling over the question as stated in title of this article, I think it important to give a thought to another question, which is relatively more basic and would help us know understand the subject more insightfully. Question is, “Does work kill anyone”? Ask anyone from physicians to psychologists and successful individuals to elderly and they all say no in one voice. You are not the only one who is overloaded or are required to stretch your working hours till late evening or sometimes till night. In fact looking the lives of rich and successful people, most of them will agree to the fact that they wanted to take shortcuts to finish off work and to go home timely, but couldn’t. Had work killed them, they wouldn’t be there to meet their objective to succeed. Therefore, howsoever less or more you have to, work does not kill you. Then where does the question “is working killing you” emerge from? I think it is a mindset that overload of work or spending extra time working may impede your health so badly that you will die of work one day. Rather a more concise and considerable aspect in this regard is how cautious you are to your health, particular when you have too much work to handle. Reasons behind yours being highly occupied can be many. While it is likely that you hold a responsible position, fact cannot be denied that you are into a dual reporting profile. It can be either your workplace that has scanty manpower or it lacks processes. If you are in one or multiple situations of this sort and think an overload of work may kill you, you are wrong. Work will never kill you, but not paying adequate attention health will. Whichever industry you work in and whatever salary package you draw, the one thing that has to accompany you is your health. If health is good, you can enjoy everything and if it is hampered, you can neither enjoy work nor other aspects of life. I insist on taking an alert inventory of health as a crucial facet of life and realize your role beyond being an employee or businessman, as a father, husband, social animal, hobbyist, etc. Therefore if your work is obstructing your health, you need to get more cautious towards health. The right thing to dwell on is not how work would kill you, but to find out ways how it won’t play with your health. And if you think you are really too occupied, have to work late hours or are multitasked, workout ways that it will not affect your health. Learn delegation of tasks, better time management and adhere to a timetable that involves an exercise schedule, a diet chart and minimum resting time. Believe me, if you do this, work can impact health and will never kill you!