One-third of people who recover from corona suffer from mental illness. This was reported by the health journal Lancet Psychiatry. According to a research report published on Tuesday, many coronaries also suffer from neurological diseases.The number of coronaviruses is increasing worldwide. The number is growing all over the world. Haircut research is going on with medical methods and vaccines. As a result, we have to go with Corona for now, needless to say. However, people are suffering from various complications even after recovering from corona. Many are suffering from long-term mental illness due to chronic trauma.
Many people who have become tax-free within 6 months are suffering from mental problems. A recent study found that one in three people recovering from corona suffers from neurological and emotional complications.A recent study of nearly two and a half million people who have recovered from Corona found that 34 percent of those who recover from the disease suffer from a variety of mental health problems.
Psychiatrists claim that 20 percent of coronary heart disease patients suffer from some form of mental illness within 90 days of recovery. There are various types of mental disorders in them, which is quite worrying.
Researchers say that 16 percent of these people are depressed or anxious. 18 percent of the people who took part in the study suffer from mood disorders. In addition, anxiety, depression, insomnia and other ailments are mainly consumed by patients with corona after recovery. And last but not least, the study found that patients with coronary heart disease, such as dementia, are also on the rise.
“Our findings suggest that coronary heart disease and mental health are more common after corona than flu or other respiratory infections,” said Maxim Taquet, a fellow at the University of Oxford who co-authored the study.
The researchers also say that the study will play a role in how people who recover from corona can be helped in their health.
The scope of the study was quite large. The study analyzed the electronic health data of more than 236,000 Corona patients.
Experts say that this mental problem is more evident among those who have been admitted to the hospital with coronary heart disease. However, such problems have also occurred in the case of those who have taken treatment at home.
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Bangabandhu has run from one end of Bengal to the other. He has conveyed the mantra of breaking the shackles of subjugation to every Bengali. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman led every democratic and freedom movement including the language movement of 1952, the united front election of 1954, the anti-military movement of 1956, the 6-point movement of 1966 and later the 11-point movement and the mass uprising of 1969. Through this he emerged as the great hero of the Bengali nation.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was called Mujib Bhai by everyone close to him. He was known by this name to his friends, leaders and workers. He was imprisoned in the 1978 Agartala conspiracy case. On 23 February 1969, the day after his release from the Agartala conspiracy case, student leader Tofail Ahmed conferred on him the title of Bangabandhu at a huge public meeting of about one million people at the Race Course Ground in Dhaka.
From that day onwards, he is no longer the brother of Sheikh Mujib or the leaders and workers. Bangabandhu is the leader of Bengali life. Then March 7, 1971, a historic day for the Bengali nation. On the day, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman called upon the Bengali nation to join the freedom struggle. On this day Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman declared, ‘This time the struggle is for our liberation;
On March 26 of this month, he declared his independence for an independent territory. After nine months of fighting, the Pakistan Army surrendered on 16 December 1971 at the Racecourse Ground. The father of the nation returned to the independent motherland on January 10, 1972 after being released from prison in Pakistan.
However, Bangabandhu never celebrated his birthday in his life. If he was not imprisoned, he would spend the day with his family. However, on the birth centenary of the great hero of independence, not only the people of Bangladesh, but also the world leaders are paying their respects.