Anjali Rajora[1]


The COVID-19 pandemic is a major health crisis affecting many countries. Several deaths have been reported so far. Such widespread prevalence is associated with isolation and mental health consequences. With this in mind, the current literature is on the COVID-19 eruption related to mental health. As social distancing, lockdowns, curfews and quarantine are the most common practices during this pandemic. Thus, “isolation” should not get converted to “loneliness” which may affect human beings badly, either directly or indirectly. This study is an effort to look the affects of isolation on mental health along with its solutions. It also gives a brief about psychosomatic intervention and category of people which are at increased risk of facing mental problems. This work is done to find the possible solutions for psychological problems which are majorly seen in youth nowadays.


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