Anxiety, sleep quality and stress in college students during the COVID-19 confinement

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Elizabeth Castro Jurado
Diana Sunce Puentes
Edgar Augusto Suárez Arenas
Diana Patiño Guerrero
Luis Carlos Ruiz-Domínguez

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Confinement by COVID-19 impacted the physical, mental and psychological health of the Colombian population and other countries, increasing the rates of stress, anxiety, and insomnia, which is an alert to mental health professionals. Therefore, this article aims to analyze the impact of confinement due to COVID-19 on the quality of sleep, anxiety, and stress in young people, with the main objective of observing the relevant changes perceived in the population as well as significant aspects in mental health that may affect the population, through a review of the literature associated with the problem posed and analysis of variables in them, from different scientific sources.

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Castro Jurado, E. ., Sunce Puentes, D. ., Suárez Arenas, E. A., Patiño Guerrero, D. ., & Ruiz-Domínguez, L. C. . (2022). Anxiety, sleep quality and stress in college students during the COVID-19 confinement. Gaceta Médica De Caracas, 130(3S). Recuperado a partir de http://saber.ucv.ve/ojs/index.php/rev_gmc/article/view/24168
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