Physical and Psychological Health of Nursing Staff During the Pandemic: Effect of Stress
Keywords:Stress, Nursing, Physical issues, psychological issues
Stress is part of life and it affects the people in different ways. If stress is not managed properly it can lead to
anger, frustration or depression. High stress levels can cause physical or psychological issues. It might cause
headache, weight loss or weight gain, dizziness, teeth grinding, lack of sleep, laziness, body pain, anger,
irritation, anxiety or depression. The nursing staff being part of a sector which falls under essential services
was at work in hospitals during the pandemic COVID 19. They had to report to services in spite of the fact
that they were equally exposed to the risk of getting the infection. In such situation the nursing staff was
working under stress. This study aims to investigate the relationship between the stress and health of nursing
staff employed in the COVID 19 ward.
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