More than 84 percent of university students suffer from mental health problems
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More than 84 percent of university students suffer from mental health problems

Although the prevalence of the deadly coronavirus in the country is declining, the virus has already had a major impact on physical and mental health. A survey of college and university students in the country at the epidemic found that more than 64 percent of students were suffering from mental health problems. Three-quarters of students have lost interest in studying. This trend is most prevalent among students residing in villages.

A survey of 2,552 students from 92 colleges and universities across the country from September 12 to 26 found that about 84.6 percent of university students in Corona suffer from mental health problems. Among them, rural people have higher rates of depression than urban dwellers. Female students suffer more from depression than boys.

These images have come up in a survey of the non-governmental organization ‘Aanchal Foundation.’

A survey of 2,552 students from 92 colleges and universities across the country from September 12 to 26 found that about 74.7 percent of university students in Corona suffer from mental health problems. Among them, rural people have higher rates of depression than urban dwellers. Female students suffer more from depression than boys.

According to the Aanchal Foundation, the participants in the survey included students from Dhaka University, Bangladesh University of Engineering (BUET), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Rajshahi University, North South University, and Dhaka Medical College (DMC). About 61 percent of these students are women. One of them was of the third sex. The age of the students who took part in the survey was between 18 and 28 years. Most of them were between 18 and 23 years old.

According to the survey, 75.5 percent of students have lost interest in studies during the coronation period. As the university has been closed for a long time, aversion to textbooks has been created. Of the 2,552 students, 84.6 percent suffer from depression.

The survey found that 8 percent of future generations do not go to bed at the right time at night. Lack of proper timing and moderate sleep is one of the reasons for the increase in emotional risk. Since students have to study through devices at this time, most of the day, students have to stay in front of mobile, laptop, or desktop. 98.3 percent said that this had caused various problems among them. Problems such as memory loss, headaches, watery eyes, loss of concentration at work and sleep disturbances.

Students who have been coroned by themselves or their families are about 10.08 percent more likely to be mentally unstable. So, it is important to take special care of the students who have been coronated.

According to the World Health Organization, one person commits suicide every 40 seconds worldwide. Most suicidal deaths are preventable. Most people suffer from some form of mental illness at the time of suicide. Suicides are on the rise because they are not treated seriously or if mental illness is not treated properly. However, it is possible to reduce the suicide rate through such treatment.

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