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Covid can cause mental health problems

Covid can cause mental health problems
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While Covid has influenced people physically and economically, pandemics have also increased mental health problems globally, and this can continue to one generation, experts say.
Globally, psychologists and psychiatrists report the entry of people seeking mental health support during a pandemic, CNBC reported.
Increasing anxiety and depression seen in new and old patients.
“I have never been busy in my life and I have never seen my busy colleagues,” Valentine Raiteri, a psychiatrist who worked in New York, as quoted.
A number of studies on the impact of Covid on mental health have been carried out.
One study, published in the Lancet medical journal in October, saw the global prevalence of depression and anxiety disorders in 204 countries and regions by 2020 due to Covid’s pandemic, the report said.
Strangely, finding that mental health dramatically decreased that year, even after an estimated 53 million additional cases of major depression disorders and 76 million cases of additional anxiety disorders were seen globally.
Experts explain that at the beginning of the pandemic in the spring of 2020, there is a little understanding of how long the pandemic will take place.
Even though there was a surprising amount of resilience over the first few months of the virus outbreak, Raiteri said that over time, the loss of daily social contact began to take victims.
“There must be a very large mental health impact of a long period of uncertainty and changes left by people are very isolated and unsure how to connect it and the norms and reality confirms,” ​​he said.
Furthermore, this pandemic means that many people must face problems in their lives that they can be avoided before, such as alcoholism, relationship problems, isolation and loneliness, Natalie Bodart, a clinical psychologist and head bodart based in London practice, quoted said.
“Our daily lives serve as a great defense mechanism, we have many disorders that help us avoid things, good and sick,” he said.
According to Predy Katherine, a clinical psychologist based near London, “This is a generation (which has been influenced by Covid), these two years in our lives, I think this will have a big impact”.
“There may be respondents first, the people in the hospital, which are still very in the survival mode, and then, there is clearly an emotional impact on people, all industries are gone, health (impact),” said Preedy.
He noted that mental health professionals were also under pressure to help increase the number of patients.
Alex Desatnik, a clinical psychologist consultant in the UK, told CNBC that he believed he would take “at least one generation” to resolve damage to many young people caused by a turplause and important experience for development, the report said.

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