Pandemic Brain: Why Your Mental Health Might Feel Off, And What To Do About It

If you’ve noticed yourself saying things like, “My memory isn’t what it used to be,” or “I’m so worn down all the time,” or “I feel unmotivated” during the pandemic, you’re not alone. As the battle against COVID-19drags into its second year, many of us are experiencing unpleasant cognitive changes like forgetfulness, lethargy, lack of

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