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More people prone to mental health issues due to COVID fear

Psychiatrists in Nepal have warned that the country might see an unaccounted rise in the number of people suffering from psychological stress and other mental health issues due to the increasing fear of COVID-19 spread and months-long lockdown imposed in a bid to subdue the virus

Sep 01, 2020
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Psychiatrists in Nepal have warned that the country might see an unaccounted rise in the number of people suffering from psychological stress and other mental health issues due to the increasing fear of COVID-19 spread and months-long lockdown imposed in a bid to subdue the virus.

Psychiatrist Dr Sagun Panta at Tribhuvan University’s Teaching Hospital said that active and healthy people who are confined to their houses for months have started showing symptoms of mental health problems.

The common psychological disorders recorded in relation to the situation created are depressive disorder, insomnia disorder, anxiety disorder, alcoholism, smoking issues, weakening of daily performance, irritation and lack of confidence and lack of concentration.

https://thehimalayantimes.com/nepal/more-people-prone-to-mental-health-issues-due-to-covid-fear/

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