A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF SARS-COV OUTBREAK 19'S IMPACT ON PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on mental health in the general population.
The most common mental health problems reported were anxiety and depression.
Younger age, female gender, lower income, and pre-existing mental health issues predicted poorer mental health outcomes.
The use of social media and exposure to COVID-19-related news were also associated with poorer mental health outcomes.
Cognitive-behavioral treatment and internet mental health resources improved mental wellness.
COVID-19's long-term effects on mental health and effective therapies require more investigation.
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