An Overview of the Psychological Impact of COVID - 19 on the School Children
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 6036-6049
AbstractPandemics have taken place throughout history at various times. Infections known as pandemics cause the deaths of millions and severely harm society's emotional wellbeing. Additionally, it interfered with kids' ability to learn. Similar to the horrific occurrences that have caused various psychological problems in people throughout history, COVID-19 would have a negative psychological influence on every person. It is crucial to conduct scientific studies on COVID-19 to prevent it from having negative societal, cultural, psychological, academic, and economic implications, especially on children. Once the COVID-19 epidemic has been contained for a duration, it'll be simpler to comprehend the emotional effects on individuals. The severe psychological repercussions of the COVID-19 Outbreak do not spare kids. They undergo major shifts in behavioral habits, parental anguish, worries, and social and physical isolation. It is essential to successfully grasp their thoughts and behaviors to meet their needs throughout this Outbreak. The potential psychological impacts of COVID-19 on schoolchildren's susceptibility are examined in this study, along with a summary of the warning signs of stress across various demographics and the treatments and tools that exist to enhance children's wellbeing and mental wellbeing throughout these challenging circumstances. It is globally supported that children and adolescents' mental health is a top priority as an integral part of any global, locally-driven response to the COVID-19 Outbreak.
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