A Pandemic Disorder Baldwin Park
A Pandemic Disorder
During this calamitous period, the world is forced to live in isolation, due to the Corona virus. Not only has this epidemic attacking millions physically, but mentally. Just when we all thought seclusion would be our best defense, another crisis arises and hits home. Although it is not contagious, it is a result of this universal panic; the aftermath of terror; Anxiety.
As stated in www.womenshealth.gov., anxiety is a normal response to stress. It has been found to affect our daily life. In fact, women are known to be more susceptible than men to get anxiety. Nearly 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. are affected.
Anxiety can also create feelings of alarm, nervousness, worry, or fear. In addition to what it can convey to the body, it is genetic.
According to www.childrenshospital.org., two important neurotransmitters in our brains, Serotonin and Dopamine, can distribute depression. In fact, researchers discovered that some parts of the brain are linked to fear and anxiety. However, many people have mistaken anxiety for a mental disorder. Since it is not caused by mental health, there is no need to think that you are going crazy.
Anxiety can be both beneficial and a threat to our health. Although it can help prepare us for the next disaster, it can restrict our physical and mental being. When there is no need to be frightened, we can be attacked severely with terror.
Even though we have been ordered to stay six feet away from other people, it still does not guarantee an end to this scare.
As we continue to agonize over the safety of our children it is possible for anxiety to worsen. Now, abiding with alarm and panic is mandatory for children.
Kidshealth.org., clearly states that growing up in a family, where others are fearful, or anxious can teach a child to be afraid too. Also,a child can experience certain phobias, which cause intensive fright.
Separation Anxiety Disorder, a fear of a separation from parents or others with parental roles can develop.
Because anxiety can be learned, insecure parents can be a threat to their children and home.
Anxiety can be misinterpreted as being a mood, rather than a feeling. Its symptoms can be anything from diarrhea, sleeplessness, and difficulty focusing. This has caused many parents to neglect the warning signs. Without treatment, anxiety can worsen. Since it is comorbid, it can give a child depression.
Many schools across the U.S. have closed and all social contact has been denied to children, including all recreational activities. Now, greeting neighbors and riding your bike outside is a threat.
As the Corona virus continues to bring fear to America, Anxiety gradually threatens the lives of our future generation.
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CHICAGO GOVERNOR FIRED AT GOVERNMENT AND SAYS THIS PANDEMIC IS LIKE A BULLET TRAIN
"The peak is stronger than we expected and the peak is earlier than we anticipated," said Mr Cuomo Tuesday to reporters.
He claimed the federal government has not been providing almost enough lifesaving supplies to cope with the situation.
New York currently reports more than 25,000 reported infections of the infection and at least 210 deaths.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Tuesday that the United States had the ability to become the next coronavirus pandemic epicentre.
The alerts are coming after President Donald Trump said he expected next month that the US will reopen for business.
"We need government aid and we need federal funding immediately," said Mr. Cuomo, a Democrat.
"New York is the death knell, New York is coming first, what's going to happen to New York is going to happen to California and Illinois, it's just near."
The governor attacked the US Federal Emergency Response Agency's 400 ventilators in New York.
He added: "You choose the 26,000 people who would suffer if you just sent 400 fans." New York only has 7,000 fans, so it wants 30,000, said the governor.
Mr Cuomo continued: "The forecaster [infection] says to me, ' We've been looking at a freight train going across land. '
"' We're staring at a bullet train now. '' The state is still trying to build additional health-care zones, probably by converting college dormitories and hotels into temporary hospitals.