Social distance may have a negative impact on mental health experts warn


Get the latest news of the coronavirus, and more delivered daily to your Inbox. Sign in here.

More than 280 million Americans in 35 States and Washington, D.C., is based on the stay-at-home order, to limit their actions to the most basic elements to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Although the topic has not been widely studied, experts believe that the social distance to negatively impact mental health.

Very difficult to find an aspect of life in the United States, is not the Subversion of the global epidemic. Most public schools and colleges has occurred the family and the exchange for the virtual classroom;nursing homes and senior centers are prohibited to visitors; large and Small told employees to work from home; and restaurants, hotels, stadiums and bars are closed.

Review of the research in the Lancet on the psychological effects of the practice found that many people experienced short-term and long-term negative effects from being isolated. The researchers found that 2 760 isolation of the people, 34 percent, or 938 individuals reported suffering from severe mental depression, which can be described mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression, during an outbreak, compared with 12%of non-isolated individuals.

Bill Gates said the nationwide shutdown, more tests need to’save lives’, and restart the economy

Alexis Rickmers go Chandler pond and Gallagher Park in Boston on 18 May 2020. She is one of many people suffering from anxiety,paranoia and hypochondria in the coronavirus. She said that daily walks help. (The camera lane Turner JP/Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Alexis Rickmers go Chandler pond and Gallagher Park in Boston on 18 May 2020. She is one of many people suffering from anxiety,paranoia and hypochondria in the coronavirus. She said that daily walks help. (The camera lane Turner JP/Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Spread the love
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!