Thursday, 30 May 2019

Self-harm increased 50% in middle-aged men after the 2008 financial crisis

Self-harm increased 50% in middle-aged men after the 2008 financial crisis There was a 50 per cent spike in self-harm among middle-aged men after the financial crash of 2008, according to scientists.

A study has found the numbers of men harming themselves rose 'significantly' after the credit crunch.

People aged between 40 and 59 are the most likely to self-harm, according to researchers, and common triggers include alcohol problems and financial trouble. The Daily Mail

See also:

No comments:

Post a comment