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2 Reasons Of Why You Should Not Think About Suicide: Over the past 13 years, the rates of suicide cases have equally continued to rise in both male and female, especially the young generation.

According to the suicide rate control and bureau of statistics, the suicide rates among people aged between 54 to 64 years have reduced from 54 per cent to 15 per cent.

Suicide rate among women in their teenage and early 20s has jumped over the same period compared to men in the same age brackets. The cause of suicide cases have been linked to deteriorating quality of life, lack of motivation and chronic health problems among the middle aged. Suicidal thoughts should not be associated to a character of defect; it simply means that the person is in pain that they cannot cope with. Here are some reasons why you should never think about suicide:

Keeping Fit

Physical exercises are often viewed as a tool to improve one’s fitness, but did you know keeping fit has profound benefits to mental and emotional health as well? Recent research shows that those people who are in poor physical shape in their teenage are twice likely to commit suicide when they get to adulthood. Regular exercise help in the production of neurochemicals like dopamine and serotonin which buffer some of the effects of stress and also relieve some symptoms of depression. In addition to that, regular exercises are also known to treat depression, which is a major factor for suicide. Regular execises also work better than antidepressant drugs which if used in excess can intensify suicidal and homicidal thoughts and behaviours.

Alcohol and abuse of other drugs has also been linked to cause suicidal thoughts since they may lead to depression. In fact, it is estimated that around 90 per cent of people who commit suicide are in this category. Exercise may certainly e very helpful in this category of people, as it frequently outperforms antidepressant drugs. So why commit suicide while you can keep fit and live long?

How To Cope With Suicidal Thoughts And Feelings
Suicidal thoughts and feeling may seem like a permanent condition, but there are some ways that may help to cope with suicidal feelings. The following are ways of how to cope with suicidal thoughts and feelings:

1. Talk to someone every day and if possible, face to face. Suicidal thoughts come in handy with withdrawal, but whenever the suicidal feelings come knocking, the person should try and spend sometimes with friends and close members. A crisis helpline call should also work since there are always people on the other end to answer the call.

2. Bask in the sun or take some nature walks for at-least 1 hour a day.

3. Make and remember your personal goals. Participating in volunteering work and learning new hobbies will keep suicidal thoughts at bay.Experiencing suicidal feelings can be a traumatizing experience and even though the thoughts and feelings may subsidize, it always pertinent to find or join a support group. A therapist will also help a suicidal person in decreasing the chances that they will feel suicidal again in the future.

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