According to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, the risk of mental illness is further risky due to injuries.
The research team in Canada's University of Queensland studied 19,000 patients in the province of Ontario. Out of which 70.7% were males, 82.6% were living in urban areas and 89% injured. Accidental accidentAs Car Accidents Or not Waterfalls.
People were injured in the accident 40% More Dr. Christopher Evans says: "At least one mental illness has to be found.
Youth under the age of 18 years and those living in rural areas who have social and economic status have done similar operations. Heavy injuries The biggest risk for developing mental illness as a result of injuries.
The Mental disorders Participants associated with alcoholism and drug abuse, and / or depression were also involved.
Increasing suicide increases. About 70,000 suicides in 100,000 cases have occurred. An accident occurred in 11.5 suicides in 100,000 patients.
That is essential for the authors Psychological cells Pay particular attention to all the injuries that have been injured Children.