If you're one of the millions of people who get bogged down with an overhwhelmiing amount of work emails, you're not alone.
A new British study says more and more employees are stressed over never ending emails.
The study also says trying to keep up with the incoming mail interrupts normal work and leaves staff tired, frustrated and unproductive.
Figures show 50% of the study's participants checked their email more than once an hour, while 35% say they check it every 15 minutes.
A third of respondents said they felt stressed by the number of e-mails they received and the expectation to reply immediately.