Studies show that stress increases the risk of developing covia

New Delhi | People who go through anxiety and depression are more likely to develop Kovid 19, according to a new study. The study was published in the Journal of Annals of Behavioral Medicine. The study found that people with stress were more likely to develop symptoms of Sarskov 2 infection.

The study was led by Professor Kavitha Vedara of the School of Medicine at the University of Nottingham, King’s College London and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. The aim of the study was to find out whether people with depression are more likely to develop Kovid 19 symptoms. The poem said Vedara. The study included 1,100 adults. The survey was completed in April 2020. According to Kavita Vedara, the results show that Kovid 19 infection and symptoms are more common in people with high levels of stress.




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