So says a recent Stanford University study. Your brain is not engineered to do more than one conscious thing at once. The apparent efficiency of multitasking is an illusion. You are actually dividing your attention into tiny slices and adding to your workload the complex task of deciding which piece of incoming information to pay attention to, then refocusing your attention. Of heavy multitaskers, one professor said, “Everything distracts them.” Said another, “”We kept looking for what they’re better at, and we didn’t find it.”
Multitaskers are bad at the tasks they are doing, bad at remembering, and even bad at switching tasks, despite all the practice they get.
Just cut it out already. You are hooked on overstimulation and trying to rationalize it. Quit bragging about it and get some help.