Flattening the Mental Health Curve May be the Newest Coronavirus Challenge

 

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Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge Students, adults with children at home and front-line health care workers are most at-risk. Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge. Students, adults with children at home and front-line health care workers are most at-risk.

Getty Images / Busa. Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge by June Gruber and Jonathan Rottenberg, The Conversation Credit: CC0 Public Domain The mental health crisis triggered. Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge. Published: May 29, 2020 • By June Gruber, Jonathan Rottenberg.

We know the virus has a deadly impact on the human body. But its impact on our mental health may be deadly too. The mental health crisis triggered by COVID-19 is escalating rapidly. By: June Gruber & Jonathan Rottenberg The mental healthcrisistriggered by COVID-19 is escalating rapidly. One example: When compared to a 2018 survey, U.S. adults are noweighttimes more likely to meet the criteria for serious mental distress.

One-third of Americans reportclinically significant symptoms of anxiety or clinical depression, according to a late May 2020 release of [ ]. Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge By June Gruber, University of Colorado Boulder, Jonathan Rottenberg, University of South Florida 06/08/20 Some recent projections suggest that deaths stemming from mental health issues could rival deaths directly due to the virus itself. Before flattening the mental health curve, the curve must be visible.

Covid-19 has revealed the inadequacies of the old mental health order. A. Flattening the Mental Health Curve is the Next Big Coronavirus Challenge Students, adults with children at home and front-line health care workers are most at-risk. by June Gruber Jonathan. Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge. Published: May 29, 2020.

A mental health crisis has begun, as social isolation from the coronavirus and loss of jobs, income and loved ones have left people reeling. A transformation of care is badly needed. As Australia continues to flatten its curve of coronavirus cases, mental health experts are warning a “much deeper, longer curve” lies ahead as the psychological toll of the pandemic sets in.

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Grand challenges: Integrating mental health services into priority health care platforms.

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This challenge is at the core of managing psychiatric illnesses, most of which increase the risk of death from suicide.

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  • I find that people tend to see me as “strong” — but I absolutely can’t and won’t “babysit” folks who will not do the minimum that our society demands to cooperate and get through this.
    These are energy hogs.
    There are those and who even more desperately lean on bigotry and rumormongering other social ills while yammering obsessively about “God” — meanwhile doing weird stuff like not washing their hands ect.

  • In the end its ALL CHINAS FAULT,THE COULD OF LOCKED DOWN THEIR PEOPLE AND TELL THE WORLD WE HAVE A VIRUS AND STAY AWAY UNTIL ITS SAFE,INSTEAD THEY LET FLIGHTS GO OUT OF WUHAN TO THE WHOLE WORLD,CCP IS GUILTY AND THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS IT,NO MATTER WHAT LIES COME FROM THE CCP

  • Really,it’s important for everyone during the extreme time of crisis to be safe and healthy physically and mentally…thanks…Rit from Nepal…

  • Whenever I am feeling stressed out by the Coronavirus, I just play some Three Beat Slide music and my anxiety disappears…It’s like some kind of magical drug that makes me feel happy again

  • I thought I was immune to the psychological effects of lockdown because I am an introvert and a gamer… but I am starting to lose it after four months of curfew/lockdown. I am going crazy mentally and sunk into depression… even introverts need social interaction

  • The emergency measures in uk now only require one psychiatrist to section a person under the mental health act instead of two. Dangerous.

  • I’ve been so numb for the past couple of weeks now. Everything i was looking forward to was canceled or delayed till next year, which feels like it’ll never come because of the unbearable redundancy, I can’t get a balance between school and home life, the list goes on. I just feel like doing nothing but sleeping even though I’m not tired and I hate it. This year is just a mess.

  • Why smoking should be banned:
    On cigarette packets it states there is over 70 substances that cause cancer.
    The poor smoke more due to stress, anxiety, depression and if politics do things so the poor can’t afford cigarettes then they do without gas and electricity.
    The poor live in a flat with a family so should children have to breath in cigarette smoke for 3 weeks.
    If the crisis was bigger would smoking be banned coz it does effect the immune system and also causes poverty and also causes brain to have a lack of oxygen

  • I am having nonstop panic attacks im going crazy my world is blocked im nonstop state of fear i can’t sleep or eat i have no idea how long can i continue like this l��