Have you noticed a gradual slide in your effectiveness and a steady erosion of your enthusiasm and energy for day-to-day activities? If so, you’re not alone. Science writer Ferris Jabr explains why people’s obsessive preoccupation with work keeps them from doing their jobs efficiently. He examines the latest research into mental fatigue and shares practical methods for regaining your enthusiasm and preserving or improving your mental faculties, including memory, focus and reasoning. getAbstract recommends this enlightening and challenging read if you haven’t been your usual switched-on self recently.
About the Author
Ferris Jabr is a science writer whose work has appeared in Scientific American, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker and Outside.
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1 year agoI believe your brain needs more downtime, to help with mental fatigue. It will also help you to focus and keep the memory sharp.