The problem that plagues doctors even when they retire
As you get older as a doctor, you realise your life outside of work will never be the same.
Having a social life alongside your medical career — by no means a given — can turn into a series of practically insoluble worries.
Unlike automated sphygmomanometers, doctors don’t come with an on-and-off switch.
You can’t just stop doctoring when you put down your stethoscope —