The common term for this head-spinning phenomenon is “information overload” — the inability to absorb and process all of the information we are exposed to.

“Information Fatigue Syndrome” (IFS) — a condition whose symptoms include poor concentration, depression, burnout, hostility, compulsive checking of social media, and falling into trance-like states.”

Source: Storytelling at Work: Why Tell Stories?

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