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Sachinkumar Sahebrao Patil* and Aayushi S. Garge


The country and the world at large are faced with major health crisis following the global pandemic of COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic is a major health crisis affecting 218 countries over 7.6 Crores cases and about 16 Lacs confirmed deaths in December 2020. Such widespread outbreaks are associated with adverse mental health consequences. Fear, worry and stress are normal responses to perceived or real threats, at times when we are faced with uncertainty or unknown. Government and Healthcare system have imposed emergencies and lockdown leading to adverse effects on mental health of population causing increase cases of anxiety, depression and mental illness. This report aims to improve status of mental health that is altered due to pandemic solution to help the general population. With no standard treatment or vaccine yet the goal in treating COVID-19 patients is symptomatic relief for those who are affected and preventive for those at risk measures. Lockdowns, social distancing and voluntary isolation have been assigned by many countries. As per previous research works during pandemics it is known that such situations are likely to increase stress levels, depression and have bad impact on psychiatric disorders of population. This impact is more likely to be felt by a general population, COVID-19 sufferers and their families, families of deceased, patients with pre-existing mental illness, Frontline Health workers.

Keywords: Mental health, Pandemic, COVID-19, Janopadodhwansa, Swasthavritta.

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