Pandemic fatigue describes the feeling of exhaustion and burnout we’ve reached after over a year of having our lives turned upside down by the COVID-19 virus. It’s a very real feeling brought on by the effects of the pandemic on our life including restricted activity, limited social life, hyper-vigilance and exhaustive virtual interaction.
Pandemic fatigue – a mixed bag of emotions and behaviors that leaves us feeling just not ourselves. It takes a notable toll on both our mental and physical health. We talked with psychiatrist and Oregon Health Authority senior health advisor Dr. Margaret “Meg” Cary about pandemic fatigue, its effects and what we can do about it.
As the pandemic enters its eighth month, we’re all suffering from pandemic fatigue. To protect our loved ones, our patients, and ourselves, we must continue to stay focused. In this video, Dr. Lisa Maragakis and Dean Paul Rothman discuss 4 keys to staying safe. Tips to Make Coronavirus Safety Measures Easier Make a commitment.
What Is Pandemic Fatigue? Wrestling with intense emotions day after day drains your energy, causing pandemic fatigue. The fatigue can stem from a number of emotions you’ve experienced during the pandemic, including: Fear Anxiety Loneliness Hopelessness Signs of Pandemic Fatigue The hallmark sign of pandemic fatigue is a sense of inner weariness.
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