International Journal of Mental Health & PsychiatryISSN: 2471-4372

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This Not Only Results in a Direct Loss of Many Young Lives, but Also has Disruptive Psychosocial and Adverse Socio-Economic Effects: Suicide

Suicide is a severe public health issue, but it can be avoided with timely, evidence-based, and frequently low-cost treatments. A comprehensive multispectral suicide prevention strategy is required for effective national responses. While the link between suicide and mental disorders (particularly depression and alcoholism) is well established in high-income countries, many suicides occur impulsively in times of crisis, as a result of a breakdown in one's ability to cope with life stresses such as financial difficulties, relationship breakups, or chronic pain and illness. Suicidal behavior is also closely linked to conflict, tragedy, violence, abuse, or loss, as well as a sense of solitude. Suicide rates are also high among discriminated-against groups, such as refugees and migrants, indigenous peoples, lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people, and convicts. A previous suicide attempt is by far the most powerful risk factor for suicide. Every year, 703 000 people devote suicide, with many greater trying to devote suicide. Every suicide is a tragedy that affects complete families, towns, and countries, in addition to the folks that are left behind [1]. Suicide beneath neath the age of five is tough to find. Most literature (consisting of this mini review) on adolescents suicide refers to school-age children (7–12 years) and adolescents (13–20 years). These younger human beings are with the aid of using nature liable to intellectual fitness problems, especially at some point of the years of adolescence

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