Computers and smartphones can help relieve depression
LONDON: Computer surveillance and smartphone apps have helped alleviate depression and depression in a large population of the world’s population, according to a new survey. The method has come up.
According to a recent publication in the research journal of the American Psychological Association, the movement for telemedicine and remote therapy has begun around the world. Smartphone and computer programs can be very helpful in this regard.
Thanks to these apps, the affected men watch videos, read articles and listen to the opinions of doctors. Also get help from various tutorials and modules. Doctors sitting far away monitor the patient’s mental health. In case of great need, the original specialist also comes to the video and talks to the patient.
In the survey, scientists reviewed 83 studies that discussed mental health and remote treatment. Some of these studies and surveys are from 1990 in which a total of 15000 patients participated. The rate was 80% for adults and 70% for women.
Overall, digital media showed a significant reduction in patients’ depression. This method has proven to be very effective, but experts have also suggested improving the app and program.