History of Infection Outbreaks and Mental Health Issues: Awareness for Corona-virus Neuropsychiatric Coverage
The infection outbreaks are not novel but have long historical roots in diverse countries of the world. The infection outbreaks not merely imparted a negative impact on physical health but also adversely affected mental health issues. According to a massive body of researches, the rate of mental health issue among the general population found to be higher. As the ratio of PTSD during the Ebola Virus was 76.4% and depression during SARS-CoV-1 reported as (32.4%). However, the psychiatric morbidity during H1N1 was found to be (8.0%). The causes of neuropsychiatric complication or mental health issues during previous outbreaks were cultural psychological and social issues. In particular, pharmacological treatment found to be the most prevalent reason for developing neuropsychiatric complication or mental health issues. As during all infection outbreaks, multiple drugs and vaccinations have been used to control the spread of viral diseases. The current study provides a detailed description of how the drugs and vaccination led to neuropsychiatric complication. The PICO method was used to design the research question and through the PRISMA technique, around 15 studies have been included in the current study. The findings of the current study reported substantial neuropsychiatric complication due to the persistent use of drugs and vaccination. The current study finding spread the awareness for coronavirus and related infection coverage.