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Not long ago people believed that in the future we would work less have more free time and be more relaxed. But sadly this has not happened. Today we work harder work longer hours, and are more stessed than ten years ago. We walk faster talk faster and sleep less than previous generations. And although we are obsessed with machines which save us time, we have less free time than our parents and grandparents had. But what is this doing to our health? An American journalist James Gleick in a new book, Faster the acceleration of just about everything says that people who live in cities are suffering from hurry sickness we are always trying to do more things in less time. As result our lives are more stressful. He says that if we don't slow down, we won't live as long as our parents. For most people faster doesn't mean better.