Most people think multitasking can yield more productivity. But studies say that multitasking has adverse effects how you work and learn. However, 70% of people perform multitasking at least once in a week and 49% of people multitask daily.
Generally multitasking has two stages i.e. goal shifting and rule activation. This mode of working consumes more 40% of time than single-tasking.
Studies show that multi tasking can result in poor short term memory, decision making, weight gain and lower IQ.