Surveys show the pandemic has led to more stress, depression and burnout, leaving employees feeling less motivated and productive. Stress "disrupts our cycles of sleep and our regular routines in things like exercise and physical activity -- all these things make it very difficult for the body to be resilient," says Mike Yassa, director of the UCI Brain Initiative at the University of California, Irvine.
Coping skills are hard to come by in a pandemic
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