Impact of coronavirus on mental health may be long-lasting: research
A new study highlights the complex and long-term effects of the coronavirus on the minds of children and adults.
Corona virus has the ability to affect human body brain.
In this regard, in study conducted at University of Oxford, the data of 12 lakh 80 thousand patients from America.
In this analysis, the researchers found that people infected
the coronavirus were more likely to suffer from anxiety and depression.
in the 2 months they were from various respiratory infections.
According to the results of the research, even after 2 years, people suffering from the corona virus.
at risk of suffering from conditions (brain fog), meaning mental confusion, (psychosis) meaning.
difficulty in distinguishing between reality and imagination, seizures and dementia.
Long-term exposure to the coronavirus is a growing problem around the world, with preliminary research.
US Centers for Disease Control Prevention estimating 1 in 5 people in the US contract the virus. long-lasting infection.
This research, published this week, is very helpful in understanding this long-term infection.
Maxim Tackett, a senior research at the University of Oxford, said that the findings highlight
how people experience such situations after being exposed to the coronavirus.