The second wave of Kovid-19 has not only changed the lives of people, but has also had a profound negative impact on their mental health. The fear of getting bad news has made many people afraid to attend phone calls. Thousands of people have died in the second wave of Kovid-19. At the same time, many people are still hospitalized and are fighting a war between life and death. The families of such patients are also going through mental problems.
Doctors treating Kovid-19 patients are calling it a disease related or a concern related to Kovid. A Delhi resident said, “I live near a major hospital in the city. I could not sleep well or concentrate on work during the entire month of May due to continuous hearing of ambulance sirens.” He further said, “I used to worry about them getting infected by staying away from my family. Even when they are safe, I am scared that how will I take care of them in such a situation. We read about unusual incidents on social media everyday. There is a fear of losing loved ones.
Know what psychologists say
Psychologists say that it is necessary to seek help in such times. Chitra, a psychologist says, “Now everyone is going through some trouble or the other. They are worried about job, family and their health. Right now no one knows what will happen tomorrow. People are already worried about the third wave. Such people need to pay attention to physical health as well as mental health.
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