Doom And Gloom From Zoom? Stanford Researchers Spent A Year Finding Out If “Zoom Fatigue” Is Real, And Just How Awful It Is On Our Brains And Bodies.

Welcome to March 2021. 

As everyone knows, it was March of 2020 when a new word entered the vocabulary of tens of millions of adults, teens, kids, college students, corporate workers, athletes and entrepreneurs, and for most everyone, it’s still a big part of their daily routine. 

“Zooming.”  It’s the phrase that has replaced phrases like ‘videoconferencing,” and it defines the process of sitting in front of a computer, attending meeting after meeting on the web platform Zoom.  

A Stanford University research team has spent an entire year studying this subject, to determine if “Zoom Fatigue” is a thing. 

 If you are in a fog by the end of your workday you might think you have your own data or opinion on this subject, but wait until you find out what the brainiacs at one of the most prestigious universities in America discovered. 

It just might make your head spin, or at the very least, cause the “Zoom Fatigue” induced drool that’s accumulated on the side of your mouth to fall onto your keyboard…

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