4 types of Zoom fatigue and how to combat them

Insights from the first peer-reviewed study of a pandemic-era phenomenon we know all too well.

That bleary-eyed, foggy-brained feeling of “Zoom fatigue” is a widely accepted pandemic phenomenon—but how can you prevent it? And what exactly causes it?

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