Isolamento social e ansiedade durante a pandemia da COVID-19: uma análise psicossocial / Social isolation and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic: a psychosocial analysis

Authors

  • Carlos Eduardo Ximenes da Cunha Brazilian Journals Publicações de Periódicos, São José dos Pinhais, Paraná
  • Marina Maria Gonzaga Moreira
  • Laís Rytholz Castro
  • Letícia Brandão Barbosa de Oliveira
  • Aline dos Santos Carvalho
  • Allan Maia Andrade de Souza
  • Marina Viegas Moura Rezende Ribeiro

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34119/bjhrv4n2-409

Keywords:

Covid-19, isolamento social, alterações psiquiátricas.

Abstract

Devido o cenário abrupto da chegada da pandemia da Covid-19, bem como a necessidade do distanciamento social como medida preventiva da doença, houve um impacto brusco com mudança de hábitos e o início de readaptação frente a essa nova realidade. Dessa forma, além dos efeitos na saúde física, foi visto também consequências nos âmbitos mental e emocional. O presente estudo aborda as principais alterações psiquiátricas ocorridas no contexto do isolamento social a partir de uma revisão narrativa.

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Published

2021-04-20

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