Youth Suicides

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Youth Suicides.

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PRESENTED BY. 107 Sanika Kundekar 108 Sonali Mahadik 109 Ramesh Mandadkar 110 Mayuri Mestry 111 Vikita Nalawade 112 Priyanshu Nankal 113 Dhiraj Pal 114 Krutik Parab.

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INTRODUCTION. Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one's own death. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth age 15-24. Mental disorders including depression, bipolar disorder, autism spectrum disorders, personality disorders and anxiety disorders. suicides are impulsive acts due to stress such as from financial or academic difficulties, relationship problems such as breakups , harassment or bullying..

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Characteristics. 1. Belief that things will never change and that suicide is the only solution 2. Desire to escape from psychological pain and distressing thoughts and feelings 3. Triggering events including intense interpersonal conflicts and feelings of depression, hopelessness guilt, anger or shame. 4. Perceived inability to make progress towards goals or to solve problems; related feelings of failure, worthlessness and hopelessness. 5. Suicide intent is a communicated directly or indirectly through verbal or behavioural cues..

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Suicide is a social issue? Why ? Suicide is a serious health and social problem whose includes various between genders. Age group, geographical distribution and with influence of social-political structure of society. It has been identified many risk factors and its behavior has etiological heterogeneity. Suicide carries a social and moral meaning in all societies. At both individual and population levels, the suicides rate has long been understood to correlate with cultural, social, political and economic forces. Suicide is not everywhere linked with pathology but represents a culturally recognized solution to certain situations. We have grave imbalance in the way we treat mental health conditions compared to physical conditions..

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Reason Behind suicide 1.Mental Illness Most people make the decision to attempt suicide shortly before doing so impulsively rather than planning it out extensively While there are many factors that can influence a person's decision to commit suicide, the most common one is severe depression. 2.Traumatic Stress A person who has had a traumatic experience, including childhood sexual abuse, rape, physical abuse, or war trauma, is at a greater risk for suicide, even many years after the trauma. Being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD) 3.Loss or Fear of Loss A person may decide to take their own life when facing a loss or the fear of a loss..

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These situations can include: Academic failure Being arrested or imprisoned Bullying, shaming, or humiliation, including cyber bullying Financial problems End of a close friendship or romantic relationship Job loss 4.Hopelessness Hopelessness, either in the short-term or as a longer-lasting trait, has been found in many studies to contribute to the decision to commit suicide. The person may be facing a social or physical challenge and may see no way the situation can improve.

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Egoistic suicide:- • Individuals who are not sufficiently bound to social groups are left left with the little social support or guidance, and therefore tended to commit suicide on an increased basis. Anomic suicide:- • The inability of a traditional institution to regulate and fulfil social needs; long-term diminution of social regulation; an inability to adapt; lack of regulation and established goals and expectations Altruistic suicide:- • individuals are so integrated into social groups that they lose sight of their individuality and become willing to sacrifice themselves to serve their group's interests. Fatalistic suicide:- • Fatalist suicide are found "at the high extreme of the regulation continuum" it as a rare phenomena in the real world..

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Stages of suicide Ideation: A person first considers the idea of suicide but the desire to live is stronger than desire to die many at this stage are afraid of suicide Threatening : A person accepts suicide as a real option and may begin to plan his/her death The teen still does not want to kill self but sees no other options Attempting: A person has decided to skill themselves May not reach for others shortest stage..

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What causes a teen to attempt suicide ? The teen years are a stressful time. They are filled with major changes. These include body changes, changes in thoughts, and changes in feelings. Strong feelings of stress, confusion, fear, and doubt may affect a teen’s problem-solving and decision-making. He or she may also feel a pressure to succeed. For some teens, normal developmental changes can be very unsettling when combined with other events, such as: Changes in their families, such as divorce, siblings moving out, or moving to a new town, Changes in friendships, Problems in school, Other losses.

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Preventions for suicide: There are some individuals characteristics and things we can do in communities help protect people from suicidal thought and behaviour. There is not as much research about these protective factors as there is about risk factors, but identifying and understanding them is very important. Protective factors: coping and problem-solving skills Cultural and religious beliefs that discourage cuicide Connections to friends, family and community support Supportive relationship with family and community support Availability of physical and mental health care Limited access to lethal means among people at risk..

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Data of suicide cases: India's suicide rate per 100,000 people compared to other countries, according to the World Health Organization, Geneva. Peeter Värnik claims China, Russia, United States, Japan, and South Korea are the biggest contributors to the absolute number of suicides in the world. Värnik claims India's adjusted annual suicide rate is 10.5 per 100,000, while the suicide rate for the world as a whole is 11.6 per 100,000.

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Conclusion can conclude that suicide is a subject that is not talked about often. Suicide does only affect adults, but it affects teenagers as well. Suicide can happen to anyone. The age group that is most affected would be teenagers. A teenager would commit suicide due to something that has occurred in his or her life or because the teen is going through a series of emotions. Even though some teenagers may go through this dark life, teenage suicide can be prevented through knowledge on the topic and ways a person can help the suicidal teen. There are a variety of things that can lead a teenager to commit suicide. Depression is the most common cause of teenage suicide However, there are many factors that can cause depression. Some of these other factors include , but are not limited to, substance abuse, changes at home, domestic violence.