The pandemic's immediate effect is shown in the large number of Covid-19 infections and fatalities caused by Covid-19. The Covid-19 epidemic has also had a substantial influence on the quality of life of people with non-communicable illnesses, with potentially detrimental repercussions for psychological balance and social and economic interactions. The goal of this research was to conduct a socioeconomic and health-related literature evaluation on the quality of life of patients with non-communicable illnesses during the COVID-19 epidemic. This research method employs a systematic review of the literature, with databases such as Scopus, Ebsco, PubMed, Google scholar, and SAGE being used. Databases were chosen based on articles published between 2020 and 2022 that contained the keywords Quality of Life, NonCommunicable Diseases, Pandemic, Covid 19, Social, and Economics. The study's findings indicate that the Covid-19 epidemic has exacerbated inequality and may worsen the effect of disease or an unanticipated circumstance on disadvantaged populations owing to economic and social policy uncertainties. The fall in the quality of life of non-communicable illness patients during the Covid-19 pandemic has the potential to be less severe than it was before to the epidemic. The reduction in the quality of life of people with non-communicable illnesses during the Covid-19 epidemic cannot be disentangled from economic, social, and health developments.
- Life Quality
- Socioeconomic, Non-Communicable Diseases