The hidden Mental Health risks which come with Software Development

What could possibly be a risk when you are sitting in front a computer all day and writing code, right? Maybe your eyes and wrists go bad after a while. But why would your mental health be affected, that too if you are a senior engineer who loves to code, and who has been doing it all your life?

But think about it.

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