Implicação do isolamento social na saúde mental durante a pandemia de Covid-19: um olhar sobre seu enfrentamento religioso e espiritual

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https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.4.15941

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Religiosidade, Espiritualidade, Psicologia humana, Vida social, Covid-19

Resumo

A China foi o centro da Covid-19, que rapidamente se espalhou por todo o mundo. O rápido surto de Covid-19 nos países asiáticos afetou gravemente a vida psicológica e social das pessoas, situação que tornou o enfrentamento espiritual e religioso uma abordagem eficaz para o relaxamento mental. O objetivo principal deste artigo é observar como a questão foi abordada nos países asiáticos. Para tanto, foram selecionados diferentes estudos publicados em fontes digitais. É evidente nos textos que a Covid-19 teve um grande impacto na vida das pessoas. A maioria delas passou a sofrer de ansiedade, depressão, medo, estresse, solidão durante o isolamento, afetando a sua vida individual y social. O ponto positivo encontrado foi a espiritualidade teria contribuído para que as pessoas tivessem um relaxamento mental nas situações mais críticas da pandemia, reduzindo a ansiedade e a depressão e enfrentando as situações com mais fé e esperança no Criador.

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Biografia do Autor

Amna Gohar, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Marília – SP

Doctoral student in the Postgraduate Program in Education.

Alonso Bezerra de Carvalho, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Marília – SP

Professor of the Department of Didactics and the Postgraduate Program in Education. Doctorate in Education (USP).

Carlos da Fonseca Brandão, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Marília – SP

Professor of the Department of Linguistic, Literary and Educational Studies and the Postgraduate Program in Education. Doctorate in Education (UNESP).

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08/12/2021

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GOHAR, A.; CARVALHO, A. B. de; BRANDÃO, C. da F. Implicação do isolamento social na saúde mental durante a pandemia de Covid-19: um olhar sobre seu enfrentamento religioso e espiritual. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. esp.4, p. 2080–2093, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.4.15941. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/15941. Acesso em: 24 maio. 2022.