Survey Paper | Health and Medical Sciences | India | Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020
A Mental Health Assessment Survey during Lockdown: A Study through National Internet Survey
Abstract: A Mental health survey was conducted to see the mental state of the population during this Covid19 Lockdown. As Mental health of the person is equivalent to physical health of the person and the whole country is in lockdown state during the contagious disease Covid19. We prepared a self made questionnaire which includes identification part as well as mental health related question total no of question were 24 out of which 10 were related to their basic details like there identification and 14 were related to their mental health and impact of lockdown which includes there stress, anxieties, fear, mood, physical and mental health etc. . Total 186 subjects were participated in this survey out of which 98 were males and 86 were females and all are above the age of 18 yrs. After the survey we got the results in terms of percentage calculated from total number of participants and mention here the highest percentage which clarify their exact state 89.4 % person has stay with their family and 92.2 % are belong from middle class family.51.2 were happy, 32.2 % were worried about future, 41.4 % felt bored at home, 31.1 % were busy work from home, 37.6 % had some other stress, 80.2 % doesn’t need any psychological help, 37.60 % felt moderate impact of lockdown in their life, 42 % were stressed about uncertainty of diseases, 59 % were satisfy with their sleep, overall physical health were 60.90 % and mental health 51.10 % which considered them as good.
Keywords: Mental health, Survey, Health assessment, COVID19
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020,
Pages: 429 - 431
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Kanupriya, "A Mental Health Assessment Survey during Lockdown: A Study through National Internet Survey", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020, pp. 429-431, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR20506152544
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