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How Kids and Adults Can Cope With 'Zoom Fatigue' During the Pandemic

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Distance learning is now the norm, at least for the remainder of this school year and for summer school. Now that many students, teachers, and communities have somewhat adapted to this “new normal,” we find ourselves engaging with screens and virtual platforms much more than we would have ever anticipated.

Cue the new symptom or side effect of our pandemic circumstances — Zoom fatigue. How is this real? While it may sound melodramatic, this new form of lethargy can be scientifically explained.

Zoom fatigue, as experts are calling it, happens when our day-to-day communications, whether they be for work, learning, or leisure, exist primarily in front of a screen and/or camera.

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