According to a study published in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Zoom fatigue is more common among young people. Swedish Blekinge Institute of Technology studied the phenomenon of video conference fatigue and concluded that age, gender and personality play a role in how tired you get. Some researchers at Blekinge Institute saw direct evidence that age, gender and personality affect. Researcher Mr Markus Fiedler said that young introvert women are affected more than others. But Zoom fatigue depends on many factors, ranging from personal circumstances via the meeting’s organisation and technology, to the environment in which the video conference takes place.