Suffering from Zoom fatigue? Try this fix.
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<p>According to a new study, turning the camera on during a virtual meeting increases Zoom fatigue; a feeling of running out of energy one day after the virtual meeting. The results of this study were published in the Journal of Applied Psychology.</p> <p><strong>Also watch:</strong> <a href=https://www.editorji.com/story/work-stressing-you-out-yoga-just-might-be-the-answer-to-your-prayers-1630559312025>Work stressing you out? Yoga just might be the answer to your prayers</a></p> <p>After a four-week experiment involving 103 participants and more than 1,400 observations, researchers found that it is indeed more tiring to have your camera on during a virtual meeting.</p> <p>During the experiment, people who had their cameras on reported more fatigue than those who had them turned off. The team also found that people using cameras were participating less than those not using them. The effects of Zoom fatigue were stronger for newer employees and women, researchers concluded.</p> <p><strong>Also watch: </strong><a href=https://www.editorji.com/story/believing-leisure-time-to-be-a-waste-can-cause-stress-and-anxiety-study-1630497588431>Believing leisure time to be a waste can cause stress and anxiety: Study</a></p>