Psychological features of post-COVID syndrome course

https://doi.org/10.29332/ijhs.v5n3.1503

Authors

  • Vitalii Y. Bocheliuk Zaporizhzhia Polytechnic National University, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine
  • Liana V. Spytska Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University, Severodonetsk, Ukraine
  • Olena V. Mamicheva Donbas State Pedagogical University, Sloviansk, Ukraine
  • Mykyta S. Panov Donbas State Pedagogical University, Sloviansk, Ukraine
  • Viktoria V. Kordonets Donbas State Pedagogical University, Sloviansk, Ukraine

Abstract

Recently, the so-called post-COVID syndrome has been making itself felt more and more. Given the fact that diseases associated with coronavirus have acquired the character of an epidemic since the end of 2019, the features of the impact of this virus on the bodies of modern people have not yet been studied at all. The study analyses the features of post-COVID syndrome. The authors investigated the features of the course of "long COVID" in people with various psychological characteristics – anxiety, temperament, empathy, personality type. The study contains certain suggestions for providing psychological assistance to people with a predisposition to coronavirus neuroses. The purpose of the study is to identify the features of the course of post-COVID syndrome in different age, gender, socially stratified categories of the population; to analyse the influence of psychological characteristics of the personality on the specifics of manifestations of various symptoms of the post-COVID state. As a result of the study, it was identified that timely prevention of post-COVID syndrome should take place by developing special tests to determine the tendency to neurotic manifestations and psychoemotional disorders. It is necessary to create a methodology for getting out of the "long COVID" as soon as possible.

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Published

2021-09-09

How to Cite

Bocheliuk, V. Y., Spytska, L. V., Mamicheva, O. V., Panov, M. S., & Kordonets, V. V. (2021). Psychological features of post-COVID syndrome course. International Journal of Health Sciences, 5(3), 276-285. https://doi.org/10.29332/ijhs.v5n3.1503

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