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How to deal with post-work exhaustion?
  • This. Especially looking at the quality of your sleep (poor sleep can trigger or exacerbate depression). There is a high prevalence of sleep-related issues in the autistic community. If you haven't had a sleep study done, I recommend doing it (it's uncomfortable and not a good night's sleep, but it will help identify issues such as sleep apnoea or restless leg syndrome).

    Also go through all the typical sleep hygiene stuff (I know it can be annoying and tedious, but these factors can play a bigger role in autism than for neurotypicals due to sensory issues) such as temperature, noise and light. Are your pillow and mattress comfortable and providing the support you need, or are you tossing and turning, or waking up sore or uncomfortable?

  • An ounce of prevention: Now is the time to take action on H5N1 avian flu, because the stakes are enormous
  • This measure of 199 out of 200 is the US population equivalent of 1,650,000 people.

    So, roughly in the ballpark of how many COVID has killed thus far (best estimate I could find was a little over 1.2 million). Even that didn't really motivate people, unfortunately.

  • An ounce of prevention: Now is the time to take action on H5N1 avian flu, because the stakes are enormous
  • Unless the human mortality rate is much higher than COVID, this is just going to be the same thing all over again. Vaccines take time to prepare and even though this is a flu strain (which should give us a headstart), there doesn't seem to be much happening with this yet (even the US has only just started getting organised with an order of 4.8 million doses, which is a drop in the ocean if their burgeoning outbreak amongst livestock manages to jump to humans). Waiting until we have rampant human-to-human transmission to order vaccines will be too late.

  • Sovcit rebukes the demons.
  • Honestly, the third sentence where they're talking about being protected. The third paragraph where they're talking about "unleashing power" definitely confirmed it, though.

    I don't consider sovcits to be mentally ill by default (unless you consider narcissism to be a mental illness), so the opening sentences didn't sound particularly unhinged.