In Toronto, Canada, a team of researchers found that the risk of suicide in people with shocks is higher.
A study published on November 12 in the newspaper "JAMA Neurology"has shown that the risk of human suicidal thoughts is higher for people who have had one or more shocks.
This study, conducted by the University of Toronto's internist Michael Fralick, used several previous studies to show link cause and effect between shocks and thought about suicide.
The study analyzed 700,000 patients who suffered from the effects of the turbulence between 1963 and 2017 and 6.2 million unsuccessful patients.
Low suicide rate but more important than lambda patient
In both cases, it seems that the absolute suicide rate was very low, reaching 0.28 to 0.59% for people with brain injury. This result doubling despite all the people who have suffered a shock.
Hours are, however brain damage very often. For example, the United States suffers 4 million Americans each year.
People with a shock are twice as likely to commit suicide.
Three quarters of the patients disappear during the week, while in the remainder of the quarter – symptoms depression andanxiety persists.
Although the absolute level of suicide is not important, there are thoughts about suicide.
Caring for yourself after a turmoil can reduce the risk of post-traumatic depression
According to researchers, brain pathology after a turbulence, especially in that that manages emotions, can explain it. post-traumatic depression. An accident may also be a progressive neurodegenerative disease.
In response to these conclusions, the team of researchers recommendsAvoid Sports, where risks are multiplied. If, in spite of everything, individuals want to continue this sport, it is highly recommended to wear a a helmet and a rubber shield. Researchers are also suggesting that people who have suffered a shake be very much careful their health and care for them. After such an accident, we need to focus on relaxing and non-alcoholic drinks.
These analyzes should encourage the therapist to think about treating their patients with care and preventing suicide.