After Corona … what will change?

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Epidemics, Life-threatening, and the degree of their impact varies according to the capabilities and immunity of the people themselves and how to deal with them and overcome the negative impact resulting from them, and perhaps the most important aspects of treatment, providing support, advice and support to overcome the potential psychological and social effects.

It is evident that collective behavioral and psychological patterns are generated during and after the occurrence of these epidemics, so what are the lessons learned from crises, and how can they be overcome in the future?

PTSD

The sociologist, Hamid Al Hashimi, believes that one of the repercussions that this global epidemic crisis will have on the psychological level is what is called"PTSD" (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), a mental illness that some people may experience symptoms after the crisis has ended.

Regarding aspects related to customs, traditions and consumer culture, Al Hashemi said it is "It will not be affected much"Considering that "Caution and phobia will gradually disappear".

The researcher in sociology attributes this to that "The change in customs and traditions often requires more time than the practice or coexistence of the influencing phenomenon to show its impact, especially among traditional peoples and cultures, who believe in absenteeism more in the conduct of their lives".

Healthy habits

Regarding healthy habits, Professor of Sociology of Culture, Muhammad Al-Sahar, stressed that the individual "A stricter hygiene system will be adopted, and the culture of handwashing and social separation and the reduction of certain habits, such as shaking hands, hugs and kissing, especially in Middle Eastern societies, will be a prominent feature of the post-Corona era.".

He added: "Today, man realized that he is a very fragile and vulnerable being and may be exposed, at any time, to the invasion of dangerous viruses. Therefore, he will be less confident and more skeptical until proven otherwise, through concrete action on the ground.".

The sociologist, Hamid Al Hashimi, agrees with the opinion that many things that have been linked to the current epidemic crisis must be changed, starting with dietary habits, which can cause a recurrence or the emergence of a similar virus for him, especially at its origin, if it is confirmed that the cause His appearance is the food habits that caused him.

On the other hand, a healthy culture that can legalize the spread of epidemics and diseases must be established.

Lesson-sized lessons

For his part, Wael Ali, a professor of Psychology, placed the environment on top "Positive lessons from a virus crisis Sk", Confirming that there is a noticeable improvement in the environment, as it became less polluted and cleaner, after the emissions of greenhouse gases causing environmental pollution decreased due to cars and factory fumes.

Moreover, Wael pointed out "Group behavior and the importance of solidarity and social solidarity", Stressing the importance of this lesson, saying it "No disaster can be overcome without joint cooperation, whether at the level of individuals and groups or at the level of countries".

In return, he called to ensure "A new framework for the relations of countries with each other, societies, individuals and groups, in order to exert the utmost efforts and the necessary funds, to overcome crises in the event of their occurrence in the future".

With regard to combating deadly epidemics, Al Hashemi said that "Scientific centers should direct their efforts to more scientific research and direct funds towards this important aspect. Health departments in different countries of the world must be more prepared at all levels to the possibility of a repeat of the epidemic or the like.".

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Mankind knew the spread of many of these Epidemics, Life-threatening, and the degree of their impact varies according to the capabilities and immunity of the people themselves and how to deal with them and overcome the negative impact resulting from them, and perhaps the most important aspects of treatment, providing support, advice and support to overcome the potential psychological and social effects.

It is evident that collective behavioral and psychological patterns are generated during and after the occurrence of these epidemics, so what are the lessons learned from crises, and how can they be overcome in the future?

PTSD

The sociologist, Hamid Al Hashimi, believes that one of the repercussions that this global epidemic crisis will have on the psychological level is what is called “PTSDPost Traumatic Stress Disorder, a mental illness that some people may experience symptoms after the crisis has ended.

With regard to aspects related to customs, traditions and consumer culture, Hashemi said that it “will not be affected much”, considering that “caution and phobia will gradually disappear.”

The sociologist attributes this to the fact that “the change in customs and traditions often requires more time than the practice or coexistence of the influencing phenomenon to show its effect, especially among traditional peoples and cultures, who believe in occultation more in the conduct of their lives.”

Healthy habits

Regarding healthy habits, Professor of Sociology, Muhammad al-Sahar, stressed that the individual “will adopt a tougher hygiene regime and will be a culture of hand washing and social divergence and the reduction of some habits, such as shaking hands, hugs and kissing, especially among Middle Eastern societies, the prominent feature of some era After Corona. “

He added: “Today, man realized that he is a very fragile and vulnerable being and may be exposed, at any time, to the invasion of dangerous viruses; therefore, he will be less confident and more skeptical until proven otherwise, through concrete action on the ground.”

The sociologist, Hamid Al Hashimi, agrees with the opinion that many things that have been linked to the current epidemic crisis must be changed, starting with dietary habits, which can cause a recurrence or the emergence of a similar virus for him, especially at its origin, if it is confirmed that the cause His appearance is the food habits that caused him.

On the other hand, a healthy culture that can legalize the spread of epidemics and diseases must be established.

Lesson-sized lessons

For his part, Wael Ali, a psychology professor, put the environment on top of the “positive lessons learned from the virus crisis.” Sk“, Stressing that there is a noticeable improvement in the environment, as it became less polluted and cleaner, after the emissions of greenhouse gases causing environmental pollution decreased due to cars and factory fumes.

Moreover, Wael referred to “collective behavior and the importance of solidarity and social solidarity,” stressing the importance of this lesson, saying that “no disaster can be overcome without the existence of joint cooperation, whether at the level of individuals and groups or at the level of countries.”

On the other hand, Al-Sahar called for “a new framework for the relations of countries with each other, societies, individuals and groups, in order to exert the utmost efforts and the necessary funds, to overcome crises in the event of their occurrence in the future.”

With regard to combating deadly epidemics, Al Hashemi said that “scientific centers should direct their efforts to more scientific research and direct funds towards this important aspect. Also, health departments in different countries of the world should be more prepared at various levels, for the possibility of repetition The epidemic or something similar. “







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