Corona's side effects: depression, domestic violence and suicide may lead to more deaths in Britain

Corona's side effects: depression, domestic violence and suicide may lead to more deaths in Britain
The lockdown continues in Britain battling the havoc of Corona. So far, more than 9 thousand deaths have occurred in Britain due to coronavirus infection. But due to the side effect of the corona epidemic, thousands of people are feared dead in Britain. Domestic violence and suicide cases have also gained momentum during the long-running lockdown in Britain.

In the lockdown people are suffering from a lot of mental stress due to which depression and anxiety is increasing among the people. While the fear of people losing their jobs due to lockdown is increasing stress, poor financial condition is also affecting mental health.

In such a situation, the death of one and a half lakh people has been reported outside Corona, which is being described as a side effect of the corona epidemic.

During the lockdown, the police saw an increase in cases of suicide attempts. However, the police are considering it as the beginning and are refusing to comment on it any time soon.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, 34-year-old Crook Horn was the first person to commit suicide due to loneliness during lockdown. Similarly in Northern Ireland, one Alan Ginges was arrested on charges of killing his grandmother due to domestic violence. Fraser Nielsen, editor of The Spectator, has expressed concern over the possibility of dying due to the lockdown of 1.5 lakh people and the side effect of corona virus. They believe that corona and lockdown will lead to far-reaching consequences and that the death toll will increase.

It is even predicted that more people will die than those who died from Kovid 19, who died due to loss of job, business collapse, bankruptcy, domestic violence, suicide and depression. In many help-line charities, phone calls from those seeking help increased due to domestic violence. Women are being subjected to family violence in lockdown forcing them to remain locked at home.
In such a situation, experts have started assessing the social damage caused due to sudden stoppage of life. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) warns that Britain may face negative health effects for a long time. In such a situation, there has been a debate that people will die due to social and mental damage due to economic downturn due to the epidemic of Kovid 19. In such a situation, another big challenge before the government is how to remove the lockdown so that millions of people who are struggling can get some relief.

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) described the devastation of the economy as worse than 'The Great Depression' of the 1930s due to the coronavirus epidemic. At the same time, Robert Dingwall, a professor of social science, who teaches at Nottingham Trent University, believes that in the coming weeks, there will be cases of severe side effects in mental health and only self-isolation will be responsible for such cases because they keep themselves in jail. Is like doing After the lockdown, which came into force from 23 March, research has revealed that there was a rapid increase in people complaining of depression and anxiety. In a survey conducted on 2000 people, 39 percent of the victims were depression and 36 percent of the anxiety.