Every Hour, One Person Suicide

Suicide has not been considered a serious problem. Most of them are productive age population, 15-29 years old. If not immediately addressed, suicide will be a big problem as the population of productive age and the intensity of competition in life. Suicide has not been considered a serious medical and mental health hazard. World Health Organization (WHO) in 2016 mentions the prevalence of suicide in Indonesia reached 3.7 per 100,000 population. Compared to other Asian countries, the prevalence is lower. But with 258 million people, there are 10,000 suicides in Indonesia each year or one person per hour. For that to realize mental health together, it’s good you immediately arrange your mental health by following the therapy from us https://ayahuascahealings.com/ayahuasca-retreats-peru-sacredvalley/.

In the world, 800,000 people commit suicide each year. The highest prevalence of suicide is in South Korea, Sri Lanka, Japan, India, Guyana, Suriname, and countries of the former Soviet Union. That number is just the tip of the iceberg phenomenon of suicide. Unrecorded count attempts suicide but fails and suicide-minded is much larger. Even suicide data collection is difficult because some cases are classified as traffic accidents. This is for example, a case of a car accident crashing into a tree or being stranded by a train can be purely an accident or accidentally crash.