قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home https://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/ Health https://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/ More thousands of years die of drugs, alcohol and suicide

More thousands of years die of drugs, alcohol and suicide



"The Death of Despair" is growing among young Americans.

These deaths related to drugs, alcohol or suicide killed only 36,000 American millennia in 2017. Overdose is the most common cause of death.

This is according to Jamie Duchar for TIME, citing a report by healthcare groups on the Trust of America's Health and Welfare Trust. The report looked at millennia from 23 to 38 years in 2019, using the latest data available from the CDC.

Deaths of despair increased in all ages in the last 10 years, but even more among young Americans, Ducharme reports.

From 2007 to 201

7, adults aged 18 to 34 marked a 69% increase in alcohol-related deaths; 108% increase in drug-related deaths – largely fueled by the opioid crisis; and a 35% increase in suicide death. The report cites several reasons behind these guidelines – young people are more likely to engage in risk-taking behavior, include the largest number of military personnel involved, and live disproportionately in "high stress environments" as correctional institutions.

But there are other structural factors, according to the report, namely the myriad financial problems faced by the millennium: student credit, health care, childcare and an expensive housing market. These four costs are part of the Great US Accessibility Crisis, which has been torturing for thousands of years, which puts them financially.

Read more : 2019 is the last class of university graduates. The Next Stop: The Great American Access Crisis The Affordability Crisis Affects Mental Health Mental Health

Financial burdens and lack of social support can explain why depression is on the rise in the millennium. Since 2013, they have seen a 47% increase in major depression, according to the Blue Cross Blue report. However, every fifth does not seek treatment – probably because they can not afford it.

Studies have found a link between indebtedness and mental problems. While this study, by its very nature, can not identify the causal relationship, the probability of having a mental disorder is three times higher among these unsecured debts, according to a meta-analysis or study of clinical psychology studies. People who have completed suicide are eight times more likely.

Millennians do not always have someone to share the mental burden with this – they are less likely to have social support from other generations as they marry later and are less related to political or religious communities, according to Ducharme's report.


Source link