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Volume 44, 2022International Conference on Automation, Computing and Communication 2022 (ICACC-2022)
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|Published online||05 May 2022|
Analysis of Multiple Factors Influencing COVID-19 Induced Mental Health
1 School of Management and Entrepreneurship, Atlas SkillTech University, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
2 School of Digital Technology, Atlas SkillTech University, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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The pandemic has adversely affected human lives. People have lost their loved ones, their jobs and even their homes in some cases. People have suffered from anxiety, frequent frustration, distress and loneliness due to the pandemic. With many of us facing challenges and battles in our lives, it is natural to feel frustrated and distressed. The spread of rumours and misinformation has led to anger, disorder and stress among people. In a country like India, where the population has suffered immensely due to the lack of healthcare infrastructure, Mental Health conditions are also deteriorated considerably due to different factors, we can confirm this by looking at the rise in suicide cases not only in India but also all around the world. We surveyed a few people across India including the working class and students from various age groups as the Covid-19 pandemic situation has brought everyone into renewed focus. The result indicates the level of suffering and the factors that have influenced their recovery.
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