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Despite physicians recommending medication to try to calm him, he died by suicide 16 days after his diagnosis.
” Theres just emerging literature about the sorts of cognitive and neurologic issues and psychiatric and even psychological issues as part of a COVID infection. In other words, there are a lot of reasons to not get COVID,” she said.
Published: Mar 4, 2021/ 10:06 PM EST.
/ Updated: Mar 4, 2021/ 10:06 PM EST
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” He would have never left us,” widow Jennifer Price said. “Our Ben would never have actually left us. He simply kept duplicating Im sorry, Im simply so afraid. He would stare out the window and simply fret about things that werent even happening,” Price stated.
” I understood about COVID brain fog and anxiety and that sort of thing. And we never expected him to not return 100 percent within a few days,” Price stated.
” He would simply pace through your home and repeat things. And it wasnt even in his normal tone of voice. It was a very different tone. He was really afraid. He simply kept repeating Im sorry, Im simply so afraid. He would stare out the window and just stress over things that werent even occurring,” Price stated.
They believe 48-year-old dad Ben Price took his own life after developing a unusual and little understood phenomenon called “COVID psychosis.”.
University of Chicago Medicine transmittable disease expert Dr. Emily Landon states the bulk of research on COVID-19 so far has had to do with transmission and treatment. Specialists are only just now starting to understand how in a little fraction of clients the infection might basically “re-wire” the brain.
While exceedingly rare, physicians have reported cases of people developing psychosis after contracting COVID-19, sometimes weeks later, according to The New York Times.
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The married daddy of 2 was a farmer and company owner in Morris, Illinois, southwest of the Chicago city area. In February, he contracted COVID-19 after riding in a vehicle with others to Bible research study.
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Medical specialists stated the virus can certainly impact a persons brain.
. MORRIS, Ill. (WGN)– A family is grieving a loss as uncomfortable as it is surprising. They think 48-year-old daddy Ben Price took his own life after developing a unusual and little understood phenomenon called “COVID psychosis.”.
If you or somebody you know is struggling to cope throughout the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has actually produced this resource page.
Jennifer stated her partner was hospitalized for four days with lung and oxygen issues. He got back a different man.
Price is hoping that sharing her story will encourage others to search for signs that COVID has actually affected psychological health and look for assistance.
” He would have never left us,” widow Jennifer Price stated. “Our Ben would never have left us.