Assessment of Prevalence of Stress, Anxious and Depressed among the Covid-19 Pandemic Patients Attending Primary Healthcare Centers in Makkah Al-Mukarramah Saudi Arabia at Saudi Arabia 2022

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Hayat Hussain Al_Toukhi, Hind Mansour Naffadi, Hawazen Mansour Nafadi, Yousef Turkestani, Fahad Berki Alsulamy, Jawaher Ali Alrushaid, Duaa abdaziz bokhari, Safyah mohammad zayed asiri, Areej Mohammed Samkari, Yusra h. Mandura, Jawahir Ahmad basafi, Zohour Abduqader Baamer, Shatha Ibrahim Ahmed Alfrasani, Khdegah Mansoor Ali Sarhan, Hanin Basher Hamzah Amer

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Background


        Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has had a significant impact on public mental health, psychological and social implications due to COVID-19 pandemic are particularly relevant in community Saudi and primary health care (PHC). The objective of this study is to assessment the level of prevalence of stress, anxious and depressed among the Covid-19 Pandemic patients in Makkah at Saudi Arabia.  Stress, anxious and depressed among are prevalent mental illnesses among patients during the crisis like the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic may increase the current prevalence of these illnesses. As the Novel Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) was declared by the world health organization a pandemic in March 2020, thousands worldwide were had psychological and social implications during the pandemic, in particularly patients Saudi Arabia to investigate the psychological impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic about patients on stress, anxious and depressed.  


Aim of the study: To Assessment of prevalence of stress, anxious and depressed among the Covid-19 Pandemic patients in Makkah Al-Mukarramah Saudi Arabia at Saudi Arabia 2022.


Method: Descriptive cross-sectional approach was used targeting patients stress, anxious and depressed during the Covid-19 Pandemic, accessible in in Makkah Saudi Arabia. Data were collected from participants using a pre-structured questionnaire. Psychological impact was assessed using the Arabic version of stress, anxious and depressed Scale. Our total participants were (200).


Results: depression score the majority of the subjects had severe were (25.0%), followed by respectively Extremely Severe, mild, Moderate were (23.0%, 19.0%, 18.0%) and the data ranged from (3- 42) by mean +SD (21.015±7.022) also no significant  relation while  p-value =0.0477 but X2 (9.6).


Conclusion: Stress, anxious and depressed are prevalent among the general population during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in Saudi Arabia. Medical Authorities should focus on providing appropriate knowledge about the disease using appropriate methods,and specialized interventions to promote the mental well-being of the Saudi patients during the COVID-19 pandemic , paying particular attention to high-risk groups.

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Yusra h. Mandura, Jawahir Ahmad basafi, Zohour Abduqader Baamer, Shatha Ibrahim Ahmed Alfrasani, Khdegah Mansoor Ali Sarhan, Hanin Basher Hamzah Amer, H. H. A. H. M. N. H. M. N. Y. T. F. B. A. J. A. A. D. abdaziz bokhari, S. mohammad zayed asiri, A. M. S. (2022). Assessment of Prevalence of Stress, Anxious and Depressed among the Covid-19 Pandemic Patients Attending Primary Healthcare Centers in Makkah Al-Mukarramah Saudi Arabia at Saudi Arabia 2022. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 26(01), 3505–3523. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/11447
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