The risk of suicide in patients with mental disorders is 5-15 times higher than that for patients without co-existent mental disorders. Around 90% of individuals who die by suicide have mental illness, although this varies globally. Around 25% in the UK have been in contact with mental health services prior to death. Risk is thought to be greatly increased following discharge from inpatient mental health wards, although inpatient suicides have reduced significantly over a period of 20 years. So what do you think will be the best way to handle this scenario..?
by Virginia Davis 4 years ago
Mental disorders. True or false?I was taught my entire life that mental disorders do not exist and that they are a thing of the mind and after all... you control your own mind. Depression is a weakness, just simply choose to be happy. A.D.D is an excuse to not pay attention. Anxieties and stress is...
by KristenLNewsome 7 years ago
What are your views and opinions on people with mental disorders,Such as bipolar,split...personality and Post Dramatic Stress Disorder?
by Rare Pearls 5 years ago
How can BIPOLAR DISORDERS b differentiated from other mental disorders, what are d criteria?how do you treat it n it's prognosis?
by Christin Sander 5 years ago
Is there an actual disorder that causes people to feel they are victimized by everyone in life?Some people I have noticed have a tendency to feel they are always a victim to others. They never accept accountability for their own actions and always blame everyone else. I have seen this...
by InfoFinder 6 years ago
What are the most diagnosed mental disorders?
by Dana Strang 6 years ago
Can pets suffer from mental disorders like people do?I have an inbred cat and sometimes I swear, if he was a child he would be autistic. I don't mean that lossley at all. I have studied psychology and I have an autistic nephew. That leaves me to wonder. Can cats be autistic? What about other mental...
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