Side Effects Of Multitasking

Multitasking is an approach to complete numerous tasks at once. It is, however, harmful and can cause a variety of issues

Here are some side effects of multitasking

May increase stress

Your brain constantly flips between tasks while you're doing multiple things at once, raising the likelihood of work blunders and errors, as well as the likelihood of excessive stress

May cause memory issues

A study published in the University Of California San Francisco (UCSF) reveals that multitasking negatively affects memory in both young and older adults

May increase risk of depression and social anxiety

May affect quality of work

Multitasking causes frustration due to multiple unfinished tasks, and it has an impact on a person's overall performance, causing a decline in the quality of work

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