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Multi-tasking actually increases stress and anxietyContrary to popular belief, multi-tasking actually causes the brain to use extra energy switching back and forth between tasks (called shift-tasking). It also causes stress. And your body responds to stress by releasing cortisol (which contributes to increased anxiety, as well as health issues such as high blood pressure, heart disease and strokes.)

So is that multi-tasking really such a good thing? If you play tennis with two balls, is your game really as good as it is with one ball?