Psychological States Of Indians During COVID-19 Pandemic
Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government,
2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 3152-3161
AbstractIndia is struggling severely from a COVID-19. On 13 November, 87 lakhs were reported in India, 5 lakh cases being active. Social distance and lockdown laws were used in India, but this had added consequences on the economy, human life and the environment. The economic and human life has been adversely affected by the lockdown but has positive effects on the environment. There are many problems raised by the unparalleled improvements that have arisen too soon owing to the pandemic and homestay to achieve social distancing and reduce risk of infection. These involve disrupted fitness, well-being and sleep as a result of the everyday disorder, agitation, anxiety, loneliness, heightened family and job stress and prolonged screening time. This study is an attempt at exploring mental illness among Indian citizens during the lockdown. The findings showed that those with inadequate supplies to manage the lockdown are more vulnerable, and family prosperity is adversely connected to tension, anxiety and depression. Stress, anxiety and depression were more encountered by students and healthcare workers of various occupations than others.
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