Psychological Effect Of Chemosensory Deficits In COVID-19 Patients

Psychological Effect Of Chemosensory Deficits In COVID-19 Patients

  • Dr. Panchal Fairy Tutor,Department Of Physiology, GCS, Medical College, Ahmedabad - 380025
  • Dr. Kagathara Jaydeep Associate Professor,Department Of Physiology, GCS, Medical College, Ahmedabad - 380025
  • Dr. Patel Vilaschandra Professor And Head, Department Of Physiology, GCS, Medical College, Ahmedabad - 380025
Keywords: Chemosensory, COVID-19, Mental health, Psychological, Quality of Life (QOL)

Abstract

Background: Mental health was broke greatly in this COVID-19 pandemic. Objective: This study aimed to detect the effect of chemosensory deficits from deadly pandemic COVID-19 on mental health. Material And Methods: A survey questionnaire was used to detect the level of psychological problems in this cross-sectional observational study in sample size of 200 COVID-19 positive patients. Result: The findings shows that there is increase in prevalence of psychological problems which affects mental health drastically like isolation, anxious, afraid of failure to recover back which hampering their quality of life. Conclusion: This study emphasizes on the importance and prevention of psychological problems as well as role of counselling & treatment. [Panchal F Natl J Integr Res Med, 2022; 13(1): 37-41, Published on 26/01/2022]

Published
2022-01-26
How to Cite
Dr. Panchal Fairy, Dr. Kagathara Jaydeep, & Dr. Patel Vilaschandra. (2022). Psychological Effect Of Chemosensory Deficits In COVID-19 Patients: Psychological Effect Of Chemosensory Deficits In COVID-19 Patients. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 13(1), 37-41. Retrieved from http://nicpd.ac.in/ojs-/index.php/njirm/article/view/3397
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