8 Signs of Suicide You Shouldn’t Ignore


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8 Signs of Suicide You Shouldn't Ignore

I became depressed due to the depth of my worries, and I was caught up in suicidal thoughts and suicidal thoughts… When a loved one is thinking about suicide, what kind of words and actions can we notice and help? Here are some important things to remember to dissuade you.

Stress and worries are great, and I think about suicide from the state of depression…

In life, various problems arise from time to time. I can’t find a way to solve my worries, I can’t solve it myself. When we are in deep trouble, we may lose confidence in our lives.

If the problem you have is too big, you may be caught up in the feeling of “I want to die already …”. Such thoughts are more likely to occur in the process of exposing a person to a state of strong stress and aggravating a depressive state.

If this situation continues, even people who are usually able to change their minds quickly will find it difficult to make rational and realistic decisions. Ultimately, there are times when the only solution that comes to mind is to kill oneself.

Are there any signs or signs that people want to commit suicide?

The fact that someone close to you is thinking about suicide is very painful for your family and others around you. Therefore, they often behave as usual so as not to cause worry to those around them. However, people close to them, such as family members and partners, may be thinking, “If there are signs of suicide, I want them to notice it as soon as possible.”

People who have suicidal thoughts usually give off some kind of signal in their lives . For example, it is also important to check whether the following behavior is observed.

1.  Are you constantly blaming  yourself or making more desperate remarks ? Worse Are  you unable to wake up at your usual time, unable to eat the breakfast you used to eat, or hate the morning TV programs you used to watch ? Had a life event Did you have a major life event such as bereavement or separation from a close person, divorce, marriage, employment, promotion, demotion, transfer, retirement, moving , childbirth  , etc. Do you feel that you are suffering from a disorder specific to menopause or old age  ? have attempted suicide in the past

Since suicide attempts may be repeated, have you attempted suicide in

the past
? Is the amount getting smaller?

What to do when you see signs of suicide

As mentioned above, if you get caught up in the thoughts of “I want to kill myself” or “I have no choice but to commit suicide,” it is difficult to change your thoughts only in your own head. Therefore, the support of those close to you is very important.

If you’ve been depressed recently and you feel the above signs/signs, let’s watch the person’s behavior carefully. The most important thing is to see a psychiatrist and start treatment as soon as possible . Have a family member or partner accompany you when you see a doctor, and check with them about the rules of the support side and how to take prescribed medicines.

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Suicidal thoughts need attention even when they are about to recover

In particular, it is said that the risk of suicide is higher when the person is recovering from the worst state of mind. By the time you return to your normal lifestyle from recuperation, you will be impatient, saying, “I want to return to my old self as soon as possible.” At such times, it is important not to put pressure on them by telling them, “Let’s do our best,” or “I hope we can get back to our original pace as soon as possible.”

If you return too early or if the support system after returning is not in place and you are suddenly asked to return to your original performance, recovery may not go well . As a result, a sudden feeling of hopelessness can set in, and you may think, “I can’t do this. I can’t live anymore.”

For this reason, it is important for the individual, family member, or partner to have a meeting in advance with a key person (boss, teacher, etc.) at the place of return. It is recommended to discuss with the returning employer how to reduce the burden after returning and gradually increase what you can do, such as reducing quotas, reducing work and attendance hours, and considering human relationships.