Emerging evidence suggests that mental health symptoms in COVID-19 survivors are higher than expected, possibly indicating that such symptoms are more likely to develop post-infection than just persist as a residual component of the acute phase. It is thus imperative to investigate the potential development of a post-COVID mental health syndrome in the longer-term and identify its risk factors.

Mental health symptoms one year after acute COVID-19 infection: prevalence and risk factors

Colizzi, Marco;Martino, Maria De;Bontempo, Giulia;Gerussi, Valentina;Palese, Alvisa;Isola, Miriam;Tascini, Carlo;Balestrieri, Matteo
2022

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Emerging evidence suggests that mental health symptoms in COVID-19 survivors are higher than expected, possibly indicating that such symptoms are more likely to develop post-infection than just persist as a residual component of the acute phase. It is thus imperative to investigate the potential development of a post-COVID mental health syndrome in the longer-term and identify its risk factors.
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