ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    Rethinking Idioms of Distress and Resilience in Public health in a Post-Pandemic World: Delving into the intricate interplay amidst stress, resilience, and stroke

    Adrija Roy, Arshad Ayub, Swati Shikha, Arun Mitra
    JCDR. 2023: 1054-1057


    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on global mental health, with an increase in stress, anxiety, and depression reported worldwide. The pandemic has brought about many changes and challenges, such as social isolation, uncertainty, and fear, and these can all contribute to emotional and mental distress. In addition to it there is emerging evidence suggesting a relationship between COVID-19 related stress and the incidence of stroke. Psychological factors such as stress can escalate the risk of a stroke by modulating sympathomimetic activity, affecting coagulation or heart rhythm.(1) While more research is needed to fully understand the relationship between COVID-19 related stress and stroke, it is important for individuals to manage their stress levels and prioritize their physical and mental health during this challenging time. In order to effectively address the mental health needs of individuals and communities in a post-pandemic world, it is important to rethink traditional approaches to idioms of distress and resilience in public health


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