Suicidal thoughts is thinking about or having an preoccupation/prepossession with suicide. The range of these ideation may vary from fleeting thoughts, to extensive thoughts, to planning in detail and incomplete attempts, which may be deliberately constructed to not complete or to be discovered or may be intended fully intended which results in death, but the person survives. Suicidal ideation is generally associated with depression, stress and other mood disorders. However, Suicidal thoughts may have association with many other mental disorders.
According to WHO, approximately one million people die from suicide, which globally represents a mortality rate of 16 people per 100,000 or one death in every 40 seconds. It is estimated that by 2020 the rate of death will increase to one in every 20 seconds. In the last 45 years, rate of suicide have increased by 60%. Suicide has become the third leading causes of death among people aged 15-44 both male and females. Young people are at highest risk of suicides in a third of all countries. In Europe, the highest suicide rates are reported for both men and women. Central Asia and East Mediterranean region have the lowest suicidal rates. Nearly 30% of all suicides worldwide occur in China and India. Globally Suicides by age are as follows: 55% are aged between 15 to 44 years and 45% are aged 45 years and over. Global anti-suicide drugs market is estimated to prosper by US$ 4,846.9 Million by 2024, growing at CAGR of 4.2% from 2016 to 2024.
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