We all must cope at times with feeling tired – it’s just part of life. Luckily, it is usually short-lived and dealt with by taking simple steps such as getting a good night’s sleep or working out at the gym. But if left unaddressed, long-term stress can prompt simple tiredness to worsen and turn into long-term mental fatigue, or mental exhaustion. This state is usually characterized by impaired cognitive skills such as memory, thinking, memory, and the ability to make decisions and solve problems.

Constant and unremitting cognitive activity and can result in mental exhaustion, in the form of feelings of frustration, lower cognitive performance, and an inability to process and manage everyday tasks and responsibilities. There are a variety causes of mental fatigue and exhaustion, including avoidance and procrastination, lack of rest and sleep, overscheduling, not taking regular breaks, and lack of physical exercise.

The best way for someone to overcome mental fatigue and exhaustion is to develop ways in their life that that reduce stress. For example, spending 15-20 minutes a day meditating has proven to be a great way to relax and also boost focus and memory. It has also been shown that cutting down on the clutter in your surroundings can help you focus better. In addition, setting your phone to silence for extended periods can help your brain. Seeing your doctor and a therapist to discuss how to cut down on the stress in your life is also a good idea.

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