Study – One in Five COVID-19 Patients Develop Mental Illness Within 90 Days
Many COVID-19 survivors are likely to be at greater risk of developing mental illness, psychiatrists said, after a large study found 20% of those infected with the coronavirus are diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder within 90 days. Anxiety, depression and insomnia were most common among recovered COVID-19 patients in the study who developed mental health problems. The researchers from Britain’s Oxford University also found significantly higher risks of dementia, a brain impairment condition.
Dealing with stress, anxiety, or general feelings of being overwhelmed, can be helped by many different approaches, including exercise and healthy eating. Exercise boosts serotonin and dopamine (the happy chemicals) and will instantly make you feel better. Sure, there are oils and apps you can buy and carry around, but something as simple as stopping and doing 25 quick squats while breathing will make you instantly feel better. when coupled with other symptoms (like restlessness, irritability and/or a lack of focus) these thoughts could signal a more serious problem. If your heart rate is elevated and you feel like you are in a constant state of panic, then you might have anxiety or an anxiety disorder and you should be evaluated by a professional.
You can learn more about coping with situations like this and many other life struggles including addiction to drugs and alcohol and other mental health issues. We can also teach you how to help others with such issues, by becoming a Life Coach, Sober Companion, Recovery Coach, or even an Intervention Professional to get help for those in need. The Addictions Academy and Dr. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, offer courses to become a certified professional, to help anyone struggling. Even though we are facing tough times, there are professionals and other alternatives to treatment that can help. You are not alone! Call us at 1.800.706.0318 or visit www.theaddictionsacdemy.com
Check out article below for reference: