“The substantial increase in mental distress in the UK population has not affected all groups equally.” New. #Mentalhealth before and during the #COVID19 pandemic: a longitudinal probability sample survey of the UK population.
Important paper by and others. Mental health before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal probability sample survey of the UK population
Mental health before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal probability sample survey of the UK population - The Lancet Psychiatry
NEW—Study of 17,452 people finds more than one quarter reported clinically relevant levels of mental distress in late April 2020 (1 month into UK lockdown) vs 1 in 5 before lockdown: a longitudinal probability sample survey of UK population
Important study in : ✅ Increase in distress one month into lockdown (18.9% to 27.3%) ✅ Higher than expected trend, significantly ✅ Increase greatest in 18-34, women, people w/young children As someone who sees 18-34 year olds...SPOT. ON
“Our findings suggest that being young, a woman, and living with children, especially preschool age children, have had a particularly strong influence on the extent to which mental distress increased under the conditions of the pandemic” #perinatal
A study of covid19 impact found #mentalhealth deterioration linked to pre-existing health inequalities We know there's a link between MSK and deprivation - supporting the mental health of people with MSK is so important.
#MentalHealth Before & During the #COVID19 Pandemic: a Longitudinal Probability Sample Survey of the UK Population Hint 👉 Mental Health Deteriorated Link:
"Changes in mental health during the public health emergency might not be evenly distributed across the population"
Evidence update → This study is among the first national probability sample studies to track temporal changes in population mental health from before the COVID-19 pandemic and into the subsequent lockdown period
Mental health before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal probability sample survey of the UK population