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COVID-19 patients see 35% increase in risk for anxiety disorder and 39% for depression: BMJ Updated: 2022-02-18 05:46:40 KST

A new study out of the UK shows people who've had COVID-19 are more likely to develop depression or anxiety.
According to a study published by the British Medical Journal on Thursday, COVID-19 patients saw an 35-percent increase in risk for anxiety disorders, and 39-percent for depression.
It also showed risk for opioid use increased 76-percent, while the risk for cognitive decline jumped 80-percent.
The study was conducted on 150-thousand Americans who contracted COVID-19 between March 2020 and January 2021.
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