COVID-19 May Lead To Mental Health Disorders

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Published on November 11, 2020 - Duration: 00:39s

COVID-19 May Lead To Mental Health Disorders

COVID-19 already has been linked to an assortment of alarming long-term physical health effects.

Now a new study illuminates what the virus can also do to a person’s brain, says HuffPost.

Those diagnosed with COVID-19 are at a greater risk of developing mental health disorders.

The data shows 1 in 5 surviving patients will get a mental health diagnosis within roughly three months of infection.

The most common conditions experts have seen include PTSD, anxiety, and depression.


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