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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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Detrimental effects of quarantine, social lockdown and other social suffers due to Covid – 19 pandemic on human health aspects

Author: ALI MOHAMMED HADI, HIBA DAWOOD, RENNA D.ABDUL-WAHHAB, FALAH HASSAN SHARI, GHASSAN SALAH AHMED
Abstract: Background: Novel corona virus disease (Covid – 19) infection is a very highly transmissible type of viral infectious diseases. Human movement control and other control measures had definitely led to decreasing virus transmission power in china. In spite of its positive effects on limiting the number of infections by SARS COV2, lockdown and quarantine do has also negative sequels on general public health. These effects resembled by psychological, cardiovascular and musculoskeletal effects. Aim of the review: to focus the light on the possible negative detrimental effects of social lockdown and quarantine on human health status. Results: It was seen during the previous studies and evidences with prior pandemics and endemics related to viral infections that lockdown and quarantine were usually ended with many obnoxious effects on human health and life. These were primarily apparent and seen in long-term pandemics more than one month and some even within days of pandemics. These include commonly psychological effects, cardiovascular and musculoskeletal effects. Discussion and conclusion: Many detrimental blameworthy effects were noticed on patients quarantined for ten days or more due to viral pandemic in the previous events and it was noticed in SARS COV 2 pandemic as well. Psychological effects like anxiety, irritability, mood changes and others resembled the most common type of problems seen in population on pandemics. Elevated blood pressure, ischemic heart diseases and others were also worsened after people quarantine. Vitamin D decline due to less sun exposure and muscle pain in addition to lower and upper back pain resembled the musculoskeletal arm of bad effects related to social lockdown.
Keyword: Quarantine, social lockdown, Covid – 19, pandemic.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.02.052
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