International Journal of Home Science
2021, VOL. 7 ISSUE 2, PART C
The physical and mental impact of COVID-19 pandemics on working and non-working women of India
Author(s): Naznin Memon and Jenny Patel
The aim of the study to know about the status of working women and non-working women’s physical health and mental health throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of corona pandemic disease on working and non-working women have greater effect on their life. the study objectives were to compare the various challenges faced by working women and non-working women before COVID-19 and after COVID-19 in India and try to collect their physical health, dietary pattern & food habit, nutritional status, mental health and sleeping pattern status and to find out the factors underlying their challenges and coping strategies. This studies about the pandemic’s influence on India’s working and non-working women (25-45 yrs) during the corona pandemic period. A cross-sectional observational study was done on various working and non-working women of India using online Google form questionnaire survey. The database for research was collected from a Google form questionnaire link shared on social media networking.140 workingwomen and non-working women were included in this study among this 70 working women and 70 non-working women were participate and fill up the online Google form questionnaire for data collection. The data collection was conducted from 05th Nov 2020 to 24th Jan 2021 for the study survey. In this study survey shows that working women are more affected than non-working women. Both groups are suffered from physical issues and mental disorder in COVID-19 pandemics disease.
How to cite this article:
Naznin Memon, Jenny Patel. The physical and mental impact of COVID-19 pandemics on working and non-working women of India. Int J Home Sci 2021;7(2):187-190.