The outbreak and spread of Covid-19 have brought a lot of changes in the way people live. People have had to adjust so as to be able to assist the government and the healthcare sector practitioners deal with the spread of the covid virus. Instances of such include when lockdowns were declared in almost all the countries in the world. People were forced to stay indoors for long periods of time. Anxiety, fear, and loss of loved ones to the Covid-19 are said will have lasting effects that extend far and wide. The losses have devastated the lives of people of all ages and this deeply intense feeling and changes will have far-reaching consequences.
The invention of modern apps to fight against Covid-19 spread
Governments and research institutions like Docsun Biomed are calling on people to continue getting tested for the covid virus. This particular initiative will help in tracking the variations and numbers of covid -19 in different populations. Testing can be undertaken in a hospital setting with the presence of a doctor or it can be under one’s private residence. There are devices that don’t require the presence of a doctor for one to take the tests. They include using the Docsun mobile app which is a device that takes one’s vital signs and using the oct technology can monitor if one is exhibiting covid-19 like symptoms. Tired workforce fighting against Covid-19.
Healthcare practitioners have complained about severe burnout. This is because people in the health industry have been forced to work long hours over a stretched period of time to cope with the covid pandemic. The healthcare workers have complained of emotional exhaustion, cynicism high levels of exhaustion, and both high and low professional efficacy.
Depression induced by Covid-19
A lot of people have complained of depression episodes. Most people have complained of symptoms such as anxiety attacks, difficulty in sleeping and eating, instead intake of alcohol and substance abuse is on the rise. This is made worse by the feeling of isolation and job losses. A Lot of young people also confessed to having increased suicidal thoughts.https://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/coronavirus-anxiety.htm
Another group of people has complained about increased rage. Experts in the healthcare sector have warned of increased cases of rage among patients during this covid pandemic. They say that it’s most notable that the sudden bursts of control anger. The intensity of the anger is out of proportion with the trigger of that episode. The doctors however point out that these rage attacks are more about releasing pent-up tension than about achieving any specific rule. The early symptoms of this include increased stress, increased agitation, and anxiety. Symptoms of rage attacks may include yelling, intense anger, and sometimes physical aggression.https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2021/aug/14/simmering-under-the-surface-how-anger-has-overtaken-anxiety-amid-covid-outbreaks