Turns out I wasn’t dying of covid-19 after all. I was using my pulse oximeter the wrong way.
“The right tool in the wrong hands can lead to a lot of anxiety,” one doctor says.
Authors: Gupta AK, Mehra A, Niraula A, Kafle K, Deo SP, Singh B, Sahoo S, Grover S PMID: 32599546 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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With Covid-19 increasing in the South and West, the possibility of universal mask wearing is being discussed. But, not everyone feels comfortable wearing a mask and many feel anxious. This anxiety is real, physiologic, and normal. The good news is, there are ways to overcome it!
Publication date: Available online 30 June 2020Source: Journal of Psychiatric ResearchAuthor(s): Robin Goodwin, Juthatip Wiwattanapantuwong, Arunya Tuicomepee, Panrapee Suttiwan, Rewadee Watakakosol
(JAMA Network) This online survey study investigated how common were symptoms of depression, anxiety, insomnia and acute stress and potential risk factors in the general population in China during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As New York and the nation begin the process of reopening following the Covid-19 crisis, we have all begun to think of the world a little differently. While many of us are eager to get back to work and reconnect with family, friends, and colleagues, there is still a lot of anxiety about what the future has in-store. Let’s face it, few of us ever expected to experience a world quite like this. Understandably, the Covid-19 crisis has taken its toll, physically, emotionally, and economically.…
During a virtual U.S. House subcommitteehearing today, APA President Jeffrey Geller, M.D., M.P.H., urged Congress to take action to curb the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.“We expect that, even after the infectious aspect of this pandemic is over, we’re going to have a mental health pandemic that could go on for quite some time,” Geller told the U.S. House Committee on Energy&Commerce ’s Subcommittee on Health.The hearing, titled “High Anxiety and Stress: Legislation to Improve Mental Health During Crisis,” addressed 22 pieces of legislation related to mental health ca...