Mental Health: How Dangerous Is COVID-19 For Your Brain

In an exclusive interaction with Healthwire, Ameeta Sanghavi Shah, a soul mind-body therapist and life coach explained how Covid-19 affects our mental health

Experts suggest that if left untreated for over a year, postpartum depression can turn into other mental health related issues like paranoia and panic anxiety disorder.

As the country fights multifarious health challenges posed by the pandemic Covid 19, mental healthcare workers are equipping themselves to hone their skills in counselling and treating others and helping those in need.

We need to make a constant effort towards maintaining our mental health, one of the few good things that the coronavirus pandemic has taught us. The last seven months have taught us a few valuable life lessons. But there’s no doubt that it’s been a rough year for everyone.

One good thing that has happened to us in this pandemic is that an increasing number of people are now talking about mental health awareness. Therefore, more emphasis must be given towards building a life where safeguarding one’s mental health is the priority.

In an exclusive interaction with Healthwire, Ameeta Sanghavi Shah, a soul mind-body therapist and life coach explained how Covid-19 affects our mental health:

“The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to social anxiety a lot since due to the spread of the virus people have stopped socializing and meeting people. Staying in a closed atmosphere while being in quarantine at home people are developing various mental health disorders. There are many physical symptoms like feeling low, fatigue, and nausea are seen in a person going through a mental health issue,” said Ameeta Sanghavi Shah.

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