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Suicide a detailed project

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this ppt was made in order to make the people learn about the suicides in india and the world. A complete info about the suiciders and hoe to deal with them.

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Suicide a detailed project

  1. 1. Suicide derived from the two Latin words sui & caedere = "to kill oneself ”
  2. 2.  It is the act of causing one’s own death.  It is generally the result of despair, depression, alcoholism, drug abuse. Stress factors such as financial difficulties or troubles with interpersonal relationships.  It can be prevented by limiting access to firearms, treating mental illness and drug abuse, and improving economic circumstances.
  3. 3.  Suicide is the third-leading cause of death for young people between the ages of 15 and 24 years.  In India 5.5% of students die by committing suicide.  Nearly one million people worldwide die by suicide each year. This corresponds to one death by suicide every 40 seconds.  Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the world, especially among young people.  The four metropolitan cities — Bengaluru (1,989), Chennai (2,183), Delhi city (1,397) and Mumbai (1,296) have reported higher number of suicides. These four cities together have reported almost 35.9% of the total suicides reported from 53 mega cities.
  4. 4.  More than one lakh persons (1,35,445) in the country lost their lives by committing suicide during the year 2012.  It is observed that social and economic causes have led most of the males to commit suicides whereas emotional and personal causes have mainly driven females to end their lives.  15 Suicides took place every hour.
  5. 5. Suicide is preventable, most suicidal individuals desperately want to live, they are just unable to see the alternatives to their problems. Most suicidal individuals give definite warning of their suicidal intentions but others are either unaware of the significance of these warnings or do not know how to respond to them Talking about suicide does not cause someone to be suicidal.
  6. 6. Who successfully commits suicide more often, men or women? The overall male: female ratio of suicide victims for the year 2012 was 65:35, however, the proportion of Boys : Girls suicide victims (up to 14 years of age) was 49:51.
  7. 7.  -major disappointment, rejection, failure, or loss such as breaking up with a girlfriend or boyfriend, failing a big exam, or witnessing family turmoil.  -Research has also explored the specific brain chemistry of those who take their own lives. Recent studies indicate that those who have attempted suicide may also have low levels of the brain chemical serotonin. Serotonin helps control impulsivity, and low levels of the brain chemical are thought to cause more impulsive behavior.  Stress also plays its role in suiside.
  8. 8. Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death for children between the ages of 10 and 14.
  9. 9. Some of the ccoommmmoonn ccaauusseess of stress that effect youngsters are… -sscchhooooll --wwoorrkk --ppaarreennttss --mmoonneeyy --ddaattiinngg//rreellaattiioonnsshhiippss On a scale of 11 ttoo 1100 of how stressed students feel, the average == 66..55..
  10. 10. Suicide is the third-leading cause of death for young people between the ages of 15 and 24 years. During a 12 month preceding survey in 2008 24.1% of students had thought seriously about attempting suicide 17.7% of students had made a specific plan to attempt suicide 8.7% of students had attempted suicide
  11. 11. 1155..44%% of students said they’re depressed 7766..99%% of students say they feel alone. 3333..33%% of students have contemplated suicide 9922..33%% ooff ssttuuddeennttss know someone who has contemplated suicide 9922..33%% think that teen suicide is a big issue in the world today.
  12. 12. -Female students (30.4%) , were more likely than male students (18.3%) to have thought seriously about suicide. - Female students (11.9%) were more likely than male students (5.6%) to have attempted suicide.
  13. 13.  Over one million people commit suicide every year, making it the tenth-leading cause of death worldwide. It is a leading cause of death among teenagers and adults under 35. There are an estimated 10 to 20 million non-fatal attempted suicides every year worldwide
  14. 14.  Feeling irritable, restless, angry or sad most of the time  Change in sleep pattern, self-care, sex drive  withdrawal / isolation  threatening to hurt or kill him/her self  Looking for a way to kill him/her self  Talking or writing about death or suicide  Recent losses or major life changes  Previous suicide attempts  Family history of suicide  Excessive alcohol or drugs
  15. 15.  Be aware learn the warning signs  Be a good friend  Don’t criticize or argue with their ideas and feeling  Listen them  Ask questions to understand their problem  Don’t give them a lot of advice  Do not leave the person alone  Praise their work  Get help from elders  Contact your nearest psychologist