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Covid-19 left ‘mental disorders’ behind

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The spread of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) to many countries has changed the social lives of people all over the world. Following this, the isolation processes and quarantine days; The shift to online methods of study and teaching has affected mental well-being, leading to a loss of genuine human contact and heightened feelings of tension and anxiety due to uncertainty.

Speaking on the subject, Dr. Instructor Noting that mental disorders showed a significant increase worldwide after the emergence of the global epidemic, member Iste Somay said, “Covid-19 has brought about an increase in death rates globally and many mental and economic effects. “Along with the mandatory quarantine, the fear increased the levels of distress, hoarding behaviors and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the general population. Mental health disorders began to become widespread,” he said.

CHALLENGES STARTED TO ‘MANAGE LIFE’

Somay mentioned that difficulties arise in being isolated from friends and family, consuming the internet and social media, seeking safety, having doubts about the disease, and managing life during quarantine days.

Stating that closures in education, finance, entertainment and service areas affect people’s mental health negatively because mental health covers many factors, Somay explained the causes of Post-Covid Stress Disorder, “Shock due to quarantine/isolation, mental trauma due to severe illness and hospitalization, against infection. anxiety, visualizing the death of relatives and loved ones, financial burden from job/income loss, tension and shock from always watching daily news updates, worry of being caught in unknown places and domestic violence/sexual abuse due to staying at home, imaginary fear of negative reactions from new vaccines, social distancing morbid future and fear with the stigma of social isolation”.

Somay stated that individuals with Post-Covid Stress Disorder experience important situations such as suicide, severe depression, and bipolar mood disorders when they are not aware of these disorders and are not treated.

those most at risk; Stating that there are health workers who were quarantined with complaints of increasing fatigue, trouble, concentration disorder and indecision, Somay mentioned that at the beginning of the global alarm, those with chronic diseases and young people showed more mental symptoms.

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