Sumary of One-Third of Former COVID-19 Patients Experience Mental Health Problems:
- The diagnosis estimate was much higher for patients admitted to intensive care units (ITU), with the percentage rising to 46.42 percent..
- Researchers examined the incidences of 14 neurological and psychiatric outcomes, including dementia, anxiety disorders, insomnia and Parkinson’s disease..
- High percentages of anxiety disorder (19.15 percent) and psychotic disorder (2.77 percent) were recorded, however, doctors have said they are unsure as to why patients who were previously ill with COVID-19 experienced such after-effects..
- “The present data show that COVID-19 is followed by significant rates of neurological and psychiatric diagnoses over the subsequent 6 months…