Neha Chaurasia Anup Singh Indramani Lal Singh Ashish Trayambak Tiwari Tara Singh Tara Singh



The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak originated in China and entered the whole world and was proclaimed a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The COVID-19 raises problems for the entire human race in all facets of existence, including mental wellbeing. Older adults may become more nervous, frustrated, depressed, irritated, and withdrawn during the epidemic or when in quarantine, particularly in isolation and those with cognitive impairment or dementia. The emotional and mental health treatment of individuals at all stages holds considerable significance in the troubled and disaster situation and needs rehabilitation, intervention, and therapeutic consideration. From social networks (families) and health-care professionals, some individuals require emotional help. This article is a Reviewed document focused on secondary data from different sources such as Journal Articles, Research Papers, and Documents from various government organizations and Commission. In this review paper the reviewer has tried to examine the effect of COVID-19 on the individual's life as a whole.