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Feeling lonely during the pandemic? You’re up to ten times more likely to have worse mental health

By Ziggi Ivan Santini, Research Scientist in Mental Health, University of Southern Denmark
Ai Koyanagi, Research Professor in Life and Medical Sciences, ICREA
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Across Europe, intensified loneliness is associated with a six- to ten-fold increase in worsened depressed mood, anxiety symptoms and sleep problems.

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