TIPS TO REDUCE ZOOM FATIGUE
“SELF CARE IS NOT SELFISH,
ZOOM IN YOUR MENTAL HEALTH, ZOOM OUT YOUR FATIGUE”
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Video conferencing really changed the way we communicate today. Covid-19 acted as a catalyst for booming this industry and forced us to quit social contact and connect through devices. Our daily lives consisted of just completing our meetings, finishing our daily tasks and logging off.
But we didn’t battle any traffic or had a steady stream of people coming into our space yet we feel tired. The dots don’t connect, do they?
You just got hit by something called Zoom Fatigue or Zoom Exhaustion. It’s a type of tiredness that you experience following a video conferencing call. But don’t worry, you’re not alone.
Here are some tips to reduce this fatigue and make your meetings enjoyable again:
Taking Frequent Breaks: The amount of time that people devote to their screens can become quite stressful. Taking breaks in between sessions along with a walk or fun activity can do wonders.
Changing Environments: Switching your workspace once in a while can also help in reducing the exhaustion that you might be feeling. Our brain gets tired easily and a sudden change in environment refreshes it in no time.
Avoid Multitasking: Showing your face constantly itself is one big task. Avoid indulging in more tasks while doing so and see how well this works for you.
Try Shardings Meet: Shardings Meet is your one in all solution for video meetings. Shardings bring an absolute new user experience and interface to help people enjoy their virtual workshops more. With features like Soundboard, Breakout Rooms, Polls, Agendas and Emojis; they differentiate from other video conferencing platforms ultimately reducing the fatigue.
These few changes, steps and adaptation of new platforms can make your experience less intimidating and more pleasant.
Work-related exhaustion is common but one should always take certain measures to reduce it as much as possible.
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