COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is challenging individuals, countries, economies, and communities in ways we have not experienced before. Anxiety may result.

Coronavirus

What is Coronavirus?

In Coronavirus the World Health Organization’s definition is:

“Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus”.[/su_mm_paragraph]

Anxiety

What is anxiety?Jean Hailes for Women’s Health

In Anxiety the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health (JH) definition is:

“Anxiety is part of being human. Everyone experiences it. We describe anxiety as feeling nervous, worried, uneasy, panicky, and fearful about what might happen”.

Anxiety and COVID-19

Can anxiety arise about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?

In Jean Hailes Helps With New Anxiety Pages the JH elaborate on:

COVID-19 Anxiety

“COVID-19 has turned our world completely upside down. Borders around the world are closing, lockdowns are being imposed, stock markets are plummeting, and we are being urged to distance ourselves from other people. Some degree of psychological fallout is inevitable. Stress levels are up. So too is fear. There will be spikes in anxiety across communities. This is why we at Jean Hailes are launching our updated Anxiety pages. We hope they will help to provide you with strategies to understand and deal with feelings of nervousness, worry, unease, panic and a fear of what might, or might not, unfold”.

World Health Organization

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Health Topics A-Z

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Last Updated: 02 April 2020 – Last Revised: 19 March 2020
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