Mental disorders and anxiety
Although the risk of a neurological and psychiatric diagnosis is not significant within six months after Kovid-19 infection, Kovid-19 survivors are said to be more likely to develop mood swings and anxiety in the first three months after infection.
Influenza was detected in 105,579 people
The study is based on data from the age of 10 confirmed by Kovid from January 20, 2020. A total of 236,038 patients were diagnosed with mild lung infection. Of these, 105,579 were diagnosed with influenza.
Covid-19 infection is found in 34 percent of people with neurological or mental health problems. Of these, 13 percent were the first to be diagnosed with the disease. Anxiety problems (17 percent of patients), mood swings problems (14 percent), substance abuse (7 percent), and insomnia (5 percent) were the most common problems after Kovid-19. Cerebral hemorrhage was diagnosed in 0.6% of cases, ischemic stroke in 2.1%, and dementia in 0.7%.
Facts about covid vaccination by Dr Manoj Vellanad | Oneindia Malayalam
The risk is higher
The risks for neurological or psychiatric diagnoses are greatest in patients with severe Kovid-19, but are not limited to these. A neurological or psychiatric diagnosis was made in 38% of those admitted to the hospital, 46% in the intensive care unit, and 62% in those with delirium (encephalopathy) during Kovid-19, compared with 34% of the total cases.