This big thing came out in the study of ICMR regarding Corona

New Delhi: There was a lot of pressure on doctors and health care workers around the world due to corona infection. ICMR said in a new study that corona infection has had a psychological impact on the country's health workers. The ICMR study has shown that increased working hours, abuse of individuals and additional responsibilities due to epidemics have had a psychological impact on health workers. As a result, they had to face mental pressure to adapt to the new rules and normalize themselves.

According to a study published in the same ICMR, corona infection has affected the mental health of health workers with large-scale exploitation experiences on social and print media platforms. The study says that there were cases of doctors and nurses being harassed in hospitals in India. The infection also led to violence against health workers in many parts of the country. All these factors led to stress, anxiety, and depression among health workers.

The study of the same ICMR points to the challenges that have been caused by major changes in the work culture of health workers. Most of the health workers were not ready for this change. Working indefinitely for a long time not only forced doctors and health care workers to cope with sleep deprivation. At the same time, their food habit also deteriorated. Most of the health workers did not even get time to eat on time due to the pressure of work caused by the epidemic.

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