The pandemic changed the thinking of the society, people started talking openly about depression - Newztezz Online


Saturday, January 2, 2021

The pandemic changed the thinking of the society, people started talking openly about depression

In general, the year 2020 has proved to be very bad for the whole world, but some things have turned out well this year. 
Because people have learned a lot from the 
Corona epidemic. One such Sikh was to speak openly on depression. Indeed during the epidemic when people were imprisoned at home many people went into depression . Before this many people did not know how big depression is and if it is not treated at the right time it can kill people, but during the lockdown people realized this and people started talking about it.

The actor went into depression

Indeed, people became most serious about depression when news of suicides of one actor after another surfaced. It also featured many TV actors like Sameer Sharma, Preksha Mehta, Manmeet Grewal. Reportedly, due to lack of money and lack of work, the actor went into depression and even committed suicide.

He was murdered

The biggest setback came when Bollywood actor Sushant Singh came across the news of Rajput's suicide. The news shook the whole country. Sushant committed suicide when he was murdered. An investigation is underway, but it was initially reported that Sushant had been suffering from depression for a long time and was undergoing treatment, but eventually lost his temper and committed suicide.

Began to take mental health seriously

After this news, people started taking depression and mental health seriously. Many Bollywood celebrities, ranging from the common people, said a lot on depression. Gradually, many people came forward and revealed that he was depressed and needed help.

An increase of 20 per cent was observed

During the lockdown from March to August, 43% of people suffered from depression. It also found a 20 per cent increase in mental illness cases after the lockdown. Gradually I started talking about depression and understood people who were struggling with this problem. Earlier it was not so open to talk about this disease, but now people are taking this disease as seriously as talking about another disease more openly.

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