Psychological Effect of COVID -19 on Nursing

COVID-19 causes anxiety in patients, non-patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals because of its infectious potential, the uncertainty of symptoms and prognosis, and government restrictions, all of which lead to dysfunction in social, occupational, psychological, familial, economic, and other domains. Rumors, a deluge of information in the media and on the internet, changes in everyday life and routine, economic instability, discrimination, stigma, a sense of isolation, and guilt all add to the anxiety. Patients and their families must deal with the last three factors.

Anyone who is upset or has the symptoms listed above should seek help from a mental health professional such as a psychologist or psychiatrist. Being conscious, admitting, and understanding that one has psychological issues is the first and most important step in therapy. Talking to a professional, living a routine and healthy lifestyle, eating a good food, avoiding tobacco and narcotics, and engaging in creative hobbies such as music, singing, writing, painting, and dance can all help you cope with anxiety. Restriction or blocking access to electronic media is appropriate if one is extremely vulnerable and distressed. The data must be acquired from trustworthy sources.


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