Feel drained after a year of Zoom meetings? There's brain science behind that fatigue

January 6, 2021

ABC Science by science reporter Belinda Smith

2020 was filled with Zoom meetings like we never could have imagined. Leaving each meeting brought a higher level of exhaustion than a normal meeting. There is science to back that exhaustion. Tackle 2021 with evidence of the toll Zoom interactions take and plan your work schedule accordingly. Read this article by ABC Science.

Feel drained after a year of Zoom? There's a brain science behind that fatigue by Belinda Smith

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