Is your commute killing you? In this infographic, the team at Euroffice cover these effects by looking at a number of studies carried out across the world. This includes studies by Gallup-Heathway, based on a survey of over 150,000 commuters, on the correlation between long commutes and back pain, high cholesterol and their emotional well-being. These studies are supported by other studies, which have shown that for every ten minutes spent commuting to work, you lose ten fewer social connections. Also, Swedish studies have shown that those with long drives to work are 40% more likely to separate from their other halves.