People and young people who are confronted with many problems during the Corona period, such as stress-insomnia and worries about the future

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated Fri, July 02, 2021 12:09 AM IST

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Every day many people at the Mandal and BHU hospitals in Varanasi seek psychiatrists for advice. Most of them are young people. He fights against post-Covid problems and diseases.

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If someone is afraid of losing their job during the Corona period, then someone is worried about the diseases after the infection and about their career. At the same time, some are also tense about a possible third wave. People in the age group from 18 to 70 years of age turn to the OPD in the psychiatry department of the Mandal Hospital Kabirchaura and the BHU Hospital with these problems as well as the problems of post-Covid. Every day 20 patients arrive at the Divisional Hospital, 25 in BHU. Most experience fear, tension, sadness, and insomnia. Some people are advised by doctors to lead a stress-free life, and some are also given the medication they need to overcome illnesses. more youth
According to Dr. Amandeep Gill Ohri, a psychiatrist at Mandal Hospital Kabirchaura, the number of teenagers is higher. Every day 15 to 20 people between the ages of 18 and 40-45 come to the OPD. Some get stressed by losing their job, then the students worry about a lack of studies and a lack of future.

Counseling also takes place in health centers
According to psychiatrist Dr. Ravindra Kushwaha is also given advice in health centers. On Thursday, the women and children who came to the special OPD at CHC Cholapur said that they had to stay in the house for a long time and could not get out. He said he was worried about the future too.

Please note these things:

Regular yoga and exercise are important
Interact with family members back home
Be sure to include green vegetables and seasonal fruits in your diet.
Get seven to eight hours of sleep every day
With any kind of stress, do not leave without consulting your doctor. Committee of the Post Kovid Task Force in BHU. constituted
The Post COVID Task Force Committee was formed to deal with the mental health problems faced by teachers, officials, staff and students at the BHU. Head of the Department of Psychiatry Prof. The committee chaired by Sanjay Gupta is committed to raising awareness of mental health through a variety of means. Professional. Gupta said other events, including webinars, will be held as well. to solve mental health problems.

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If someone is afraid of losing their job during the Corona period, then someone is worried about the diseases after the infection and about their career. At the same time, some are also tense about a possible third wave. People in the age group from 18 to 70 years of age turn to the OPD in the psychiatry department of the Mandal Hospital Kabirchaura and the BHU Hospital with these problems as well as the problems of post-Covid. Every day 20 patients arrive at the Divisional Hospital, 25 in BHU. Most experience fear, tension, sadness, and insomnia. Some people are advised by doctors to lead a stress-free life, and some are also given the medication they need to overcome illnesses.

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According to Dr. Amandeep Gill Ohri, a psychiatrist at Mandal Hospital Kabirchaura, the number of teenagers is higher. Every day 15 to 20 people between the ages of 18 and 40-45 come to the OPD. Some get stressed by losing their job, and then the students worry about a lack of studies and a lack of future prospects.

Counseling also takes place in health centers

According to psychiatrist Dr. Ravindra Kushwaha is also given advice in health centers. On Thursday, the women and children who came to the special OPD at CHC Cholapur said that they had to stay in the house for a long time and could not get out. He said he was worried about the future too.

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