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COVID-19 One Year Later: Mental Health in Quarantine

Maintaining mental health in quarantine has taken a psychological toll on nearly everyone. However, this past year has helped us generate open conversations about how we feel and de-stigmatize seeking treatment.

In This Article:

  • Quarantine has been a detriment to nearly everyone’s mental health, from children to medical professionals.
  • Since more people are suffering from mental health issues than before the pandemic, it has become less stigmatized. This makes it easier for people to speak openly about their struggles and seek treatment.
  • If you or a loved one are experiencing changes in mood, anxiety, depression, irritability, difficulty sleeping, increased substance use or suicidal thoughts, talk to your doctor about mental health.

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