Overstimulation at work: The silent productivity killer

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Between email notifications, instant message pings, back-to-back meetings and chit-chat with colleagues, the modern workplace is a smorgasbord of sensory stimuli. Distractions are always within reach, and doing only one thing at a time has become rare. This constant barrage of activity can quickly lead to overstimulation. People who experience too much sensory input have trouble processing their environment as their brains struggle to function effectively, leading to hampered productivity, concentration and work output.

The Obstacles of Overstimulation

One of the biggest contributors to overstimulation in today’s always-on world is technology. In fact, 80% of American workers report feeling stressed

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