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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221251898
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 320
Size : 135 x 215 mm
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Mental Fatigue

Release date : 23/09/2021
Quarantine, teleworking, virtual schooling—never before have we felt so many demands or so much fatigue while barely leaving our homes. What is mental fatigue? How can we recognize it, prevent it, and rediscover the energy to get things done
Mental fatigue, the state that leaves us feeling empty and lacking energy, has almost become unavoidable. With so many demands being placed on us cognitively, emotionally, and physically, we are going through our lives at full speed without taking the time to stop unless our fatigue becomes absolute exhaustion. In... Mental fatigue, the state that leaves us feeling empty and lacking energy, has almost become unavoidable. With so many demands being placed on us cognitively, emotionally, and physically, we are going through our lives at full speed without taking the time to stop unless our fatigue becomes absolute exhaustion. In general, this happens without warning, as the numerous victims of burnout can attest, dragging us down into a lethargy that prevents us from getting anything back under control. What is mental fatigue? Where does it come from? And what distinguishes it from physical fatigue? How can we prevent it? Psychologist Isabelle Méténier describes this phenomenon through different angles, drawing on psychology, philosophy, physiology, and epigenetics. Thanks to advances in neuroscience, we know that “intelligent” connections exist between our cells and our psyche, thus pointing to the need to work on both the body and the mind. Knowing ourselves and our basic needs, the meaning we give to our lives, the consideration we have for ourselves, the ability to grieve, to let go, to live in the present moment, to face our fears, and to develop social and spiritual connections, are all steps suggested to conquer mental fatigue and rediscover the desire to live life fully
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EAN : 9782221251898
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 320
Size : 135 x 215 mm
Robert Laffont