Zoom fatigue takes a toll, physically and mentally, a Stanford study says, but there are ways to reduce the stress and fatigue of videoconferencing. Photo: Shutterstock
Zoom fatigue takes a toll, physically and mentally, a Stanford study says, but there are ways to reduce the stress and fatigue of videoconferencing. Photo: Shutterstock
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Insomnia, exhaustion, feeling trapped – Zoom fatigue from too much videoconferencing is real, so what can you do about it?

  • Online meetings are the new normal, but we haven’t all got used to them – they can leave us feeling overwhelmed, drained and used up
  • A Hong Kong company director who experienced insomnia and restlessness from too many Zoom calls learned to arrange fewer, limit their time and take more breaks

Zoom fatigue takes a toll, physically and mentally, a Stanford study says, but there are ways to reduce the stress and fatigue of videoconferencing. Photo: Shutterstock
Zoom fatigue takes a toll, physically and mentally, a Stanford study says, but there are ways to reduce the stress and fatigue of videoconferencing. Photo: Shutterstock
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