Considering the plethora of growing Psychiatric disorders, I imagine that the next release of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - DSM will include a formal diagnosis of "Meeting Fatigue." Perhaps the only reason we have not seen this new classification is because pharmaceuticals have not discovered the perfect remedy in pill/capsule form. When it does make the list of mental conditions, I suppose it will have a similar variation in "Death by PowerPoint."
What seems comical today, is the latest dysphoria tomorrow. I suggest the following symptoms ...
- uncontrolled drowsiness
- mild narcolepsy
- spontaneous scribbling or doodling
- clock watching hyper-vigilance
- subtle pleadings (ie., please God, let this meeting end)