Neurodivergent Masking – MedCity News

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Anybody can experience burnout. However, in the neurodivergent community in particular, burnout at work is a constant topic of focus. Neurodivergent people — including autistic people, dyslexic people and ADHDers (and collectively perhaps up to 20% of the population overall) — appear particularly at risk of burnout at work, to the extent that “neurodivergent burnout” is a well-acknowledged and accepted phenomenon.

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