Tarasov: 20% Of COVID-19 Patients Suffer From Mental Disorders

Tarasov: 20% Of COVID-19 Patients Suffer From Mental Disorders
Tarasov: 20% Of COVID-19 Patients Suffer From Mental Disorders

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Deputy Minister of Health of the Chelyabinsk Region Dmitry Tarasov, referring to statistics from colleagues, said that 20% of COVID-19 patients suffer from mental disorders.

His quote was cited by the tg-channel "E-region", the minister said that often among the ill people there are symptoms of depression, especially among those who have been on mechanical ventilation for a long time. Doctors calculated that about 20% of COVID-19 patients suffer from mental disorders, and in each case these are individual consequences.

“Those who have undergone COVID-19 often suffer from depression, they have anxiety, sleep disturbances, asthenia. But that's not all. According to the observations of doctors, patients who have been on a ventilator for a long time are faced with the fact that they cannot swallow and they need help, including to return to a normal eating pattern. To relieve these symptoms, you need to undergo rehabilitation. It is especially important to pay attention to this for those who have had a coronavirus infection with obvious symptoms,”Tarasov explained.

Tatyana Shilova, chief freelance allergist-immunologist of the Ministry of Health of the region, emphasized that immunity is the protection of our body from foreign viruses and bacteria.

“It can be natural, inherited, formed and strengthened based on the way of life. And artificial - with the introduction of antibodies and vaccination, when the body itself produces its own antibodies, and this ability persists for years. By being vaccinated, we help the body to endure the disease more easily or not to get sick at all,”the Ural Meridian IA quoted her as saying in the Ministry of Health.

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