DATA STORY: Such increasing tension, depression and restlessness in Corona, know what is the condition of big countries of the world including India
New Delhi, Anurag Mishra. While Corona has given physical torture to the common man on the one hand, on the other hand people have increased complaints like loneliness, depression due to stress, restlessness and depression. A survey conducted by Statista has revealed that the mental health of people around the world is disturbed due to corona.
Statista's survey revealed that 42 percent of people in the US admitted that they were facing mental health problems, while 46 percent of people in Sweden admitted that they had depression and stress. 28 percent of the people in India believed that their mental health was disturbed during the Corona era. In Brazil, 40 percent people agree that mental health is bad, while in Germany 31 percent people agree with this.
Statista has also said in its report that this figure could be higher because while many people do not want to accept the fact that mental health is bad, many people do not even know that they are facing this problem. are.
People's sleep affected by stress
A study by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Rishikesh and 25 other medical institutions in the country revealed that people's sleep has been badly affected due to corona and there has been a decrease in quality sleep. According to the report, this is happening to all professionals except health professionals. People are getting frustrated due to lack of sleep or change in sleeping pattern. Dr Ravi Gupta, who did the study, said that the study revealed that people are not getting refreshed even after sleeping. The study also revealed that while 26 per cent people were depressed earlier due to lack of sleep, this percentage increased to 48 after the lockdown. Before the lockdown, where 19 percent people complained of restlessness due to sleep, then after the lockdown, 47 percent people complained of this.
Stress, restlessness and depression reduced in lockdown for yoga practitioners
A study report by IIT Delhi has revealed that yoga practitioners experienced less stress, anxiety and depression during the four to ten weeks of the lockdown. Not only this, the mental health of the yoga practitioners was also very good during this period. This study has been done by the scientists of IIT Delhi named Yoga An Effective Strategy for Self Management of Stress Related Problems and Wellbeing. This study has also been published in Plus One General.
This came out in the study
Long-time yoga practitioners were found to have greater self-control and more chances of surviving Covid. Whereas, in comparison to those who did yoga in the middle term and some time ago, this possibility was less than those who did yoga for a long time. At the same time, the problem of restlessness, depression was negligible among those who did yoga for a long time. His mental health was also better.
Pooja Sahni said that yoga was suggested to deal with stress in Kovid-19. But there is still a lot of evidence yet to be found which would substantiate this claim.
The study was conducted by a team of scientists from IIT Delhi's National Resource Center for Value Education in Engineering (NRCFVAEE). The research team included Dr. Pooja Sahni, Nitesh and Dr. Kamlesh Singh, Professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi, besides NRCFVAEE Head Prof. Rahul Garg.