A lot of us are tired now… but less “I had a long day,” and more “a bones-deep ache I can’t quite place.” Yet it may feel odd to be so exhausted, despite being at home—typically, a place of rest—for months on end. And it might be paired with other feelings of unrest—depression, anxiety, loneliness, or irritability. Fun, right? Say hello to quarantine fatigue.
The FDA announced a shortage of the antidepressant Zoloft and its generic version, sertraline, as the coronavirus pandemic has led to an increase in reports of depression and anxiety in the U.S.
The FDA posted the announcement of the shortage to its website Friday, estimating that it will last about 60 days.
The short supply of the commonly used antidepressant comes just days after researchers at Johns Hopkins University found an increase in psychological distress reported among U.S. adults during the pandemic.
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Pandemik Covid-19 menimbulkan banyak perubahan di dunia. Tidak hanya kesehatan fisik, kini juga ditemukan gangguan mental akibat wabah yang mulai merebak sejak akhir tahun lalu itu.
Kevin Gilliland, seorang psikolog klinis, melihat peningkatan kebutuhan bantuan dari pasien lama maupun baru. Ada lebih banyak orang yang membutuhkan nasihat dan bimbingan di tengah pandemi.
“Kamu memiliki perasaan terisolasi dan kesepian seperti yang belum pernah kamu miliki sebelumnya. Kesehatan psikologis semua orang telah terpukul,” kata dia.
Although many people around the world are struggling with their mental health amid the coronavirus pandemic, staying active may help make stress and depression easier to manage.
A new study published earlier this month, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, monitored how changes in physical activity and screen time affected the mental health of over 3,000 adults in the United States during the early days of the global health crisis.
The volunteer participants, who were recruited via email and social media postings in early April, agreed to answer questions about their daily activity levels before and during the pandemic, as well as how many hours they spent in front of screens. The participants, who ranged in age from 18 to the mid-80s, were also asked about the current states of their mental health and their levels of isolation.
Anksioznost je najčešći mentalni poremećaj koji ukoliko se ne dijagnostifikuje i ne leči na vreme može da ostavi psihičke probleme.
Kevin Gilliland, klinički psiholog otkrio je za HuffPost da kad pita pacijente misle li da su anksiozni, odgovor je najčešće ne iako se ustvari bore sa tim.
Anksioznost je teško prepoznati jer se pojavljuje na mnogo različitih načina koji mogu da izgledaju nepovezano.
Naši životi su tokom pandemije korona virusa iznenada promenjeni, te osećamo dodatnu brigu, strah i stres. Upravo to može da aktivira hormon stresa kortizol , a time i dovede do emocionalnih i fizičkih simptoma.
In the wake of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, a third of Americans are showing signs of clinical anxiety and depression, according to new data collected by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) in partnership with the Census Bureau.
The data collection, which began on April 23 — and will continue for 90 days — was collected in the form of a 20-minute online survey called the Household Pulse Survey. The experiment was done to provide relevant information about the impact of the global health crisis on the U.S.
Participants were asked how often they have felt bothered or showed little interest or pleasure in doing things. According to the findings, between April 23 and May 19, roughly 30 percent of Americans experienced symptoms of an anxiety disorder and nearly 24 percent experienced symptoms of a depressive disorder as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Kevin Gilliland, klinički psiholog rekao je za HuffPost da kad pita pacijente misle li da su anksiozni, odgovor je najčešće ne.
U stvari se oni stvarno bore s problemom mentalnog zdravlja, rekao je. Anksioznost je teško odrediti ili prepoznati jer se pojavljuje na mnogo različitih načina koji mogu izgledati nepovezano.
To je osobito istinito sada jer mnogi osjećaju anksioznost zbog pandemije koronavirusa. Naši su životi izmijenjeni na nezamislive i brojne načine, što može pokrenuti hormon stresa kortizol i dovesti do emocionalnih i fizičkih simptoma.
According to one survey, nearly half of Americans have reported feelings that their mental health has been negatively disrupted by the coronavirus crisis. One national public health group Well Being Trust has even made the harrowing prediction that 75,000 Americans could die from drug / alcohol abuse or suicide because of the pandemic if solutions are not found.
Psychologist Doctor Kevin Gilliland told Travel Daily News: “You’re having feelings of isolation and loneliness like you’ve never had before.”
Fairytrail says on its website: “Since travelling is impossible now, this is how we can take some travel magic and bring it into our lives: These virtual adventures allow us to learn new things, meet people from different cultures, and experience something live and fun with people we like.”
Grief doesn’t look the way it did a few months ago.
I was in the middle of a Zoom call with some friends when I got overwhelmed talking about a friend who passed away amid the coronavirus pandemic, and started to cry. I was immediately, to put it lightly, so uncomfortable. Crying in a room by yourself and being watched through a screen by people is … interesting, to say the least — even if some of those people are your closest friends. I put my hand over the camera so they didn’t have to see me ugly cry à la Kim Kardashian.
Anxiety is pretty damn sneaky.
Kevin Gilliland, a clinical psychologist and executive director at i360 in Dallas, said that when he asks patients if they think they have anxiety, the answer is most often “no.”
In reality, they really do struggle with the mental health problem, he said. Anxiety can be hard to pinpoint or identify because presents in many different ways that may seem unrelated.
This is especially true right now when it comes to the anxiety many of us are feeling due to the coronavirus pandemic. Our lives have been altered in unimaginable and numerous ways, which can trigger the stress hormone cortisol and lead to emotional and physical symptoms.
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