Pandemic fatigue

Pandemic fatigue

  • Difficulty with focused and sustained attention
  • Feeling irritable or more easily frustrated
  • Lack of energy; easily tired
  • Pit or knot in stomach
  • Not keeping up with regular tasks and chores
  • Not listening when people are talking to you
  • Feeling blah: as one client said, not up not down, just blah
  • Running late for appointments or canceling plans
  • Feeling overwhelmingly behind with stuff that needs to get done
  • Endless online scrolling
  • Losing track of time
  • Physical symptoms: Health professionals are seeing a significant increase in patients with bruxism, migraines, body aches and pains, insomnia, gastrointestinal issues, hair loss, and skin problems
  • Poor hygiene when you don’t have to leave the house
  • Not responding to emails or phone calls

Check out these small steps to take when you feel like you are in a rut.

Embolden Psychology

Embolden offers the ADOS-2, the gold standard assessment for kids on the spectrum.

Combined with psychoeducational testing, it helps provide comprehensive information and recommendations to help children and teens six and up.

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