Did you notice you can’t remember some usual things? It might be cognitive fatigue, known as a failure to sustain attention to optimizing task performance during acute but sustained mental effort.
This disorder is characterized by severe fatigue, decreased tolerance to further stress, and attention and memory lapses. Despite subjective complaints, individual cognitive deficits are not always detected in a clinical setting, which calls for the validation of more sensitive instruments.
Should we share with you some coping strategies?
For help or advice, you can schedule an appointment with Rostyslav Shemechko by calling 647-866-9061 or contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org.