Behavioral health awareness since Covid in 2022


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( Behavioral Health Questions You Can  ask yourself )

1. What should I do if I am feeling stressed out from COVID-19?

2 .How do I explain my symptoms to my doctor if they think it is all in my head?

3. I have been feeling a lot of anger and have started getting into fights with people over the smallest things. What can I do?

4. My child has been acting out a lot more than normal since the pandemic started, what can I do to help them?

5. I’m starting to feel like there is no point in life anymore, what should I do and where can I find help? 


                                            The Wide Spread Of Bevavioral Health Issues since Covid 

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the worlds of behavioral health care and public health have been colliding. The two fields share common goals: improving the quality of life and well-being of individuals, families and communities. And both are having to take into account new circumstances that have emerged as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

For example, people with substance use disorder (SUD) may be struggling with greater levels of stress and anxiety during this time. SUD patients who require medication-assisted treatment (MAT) are now having to contend with new barriers to care at their treatment centers.

In addition, COVID-19 is giving rise to a new generation of patients with mental health disorders such as depression, PTSD and substance use disorder. These patients are going to need ongoing behavioral health care — often from multiple providers — for years to come.

Over the past 2 years, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on all of our lives. Lockdowns and social distancing measures have led to an increased sense of isolation and loneliness for many of us, and a decrease in physical activity but a devastating increase in criminal activities.

Reference- Crime Rate Increase since Covid