One in 8 people suffer from mental illness, reports

One in 8 people suffer from mental illness reports

A recent report by the World Health Organization reveals that one in eight people worldwide suffers from mental illness.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said in a report released on Friday that one in eight people worldwide suffers from a mental illness. In war-torn countries, one in five people suffers from a mental illness.

According to the report, one billion people suffered from mental health problems before the global epidemic of Corona, but this number has increased since the epidemic. Depression and mental illness have increased in the first year of the epidemic.

According to the report, 2% of the health budget and only 1% of international aid is spent on mental health of the people.

The WHO emphasizes the need to spend more on the treatment of mental health problems.

Mark Van Omron, a WHO official, told a news conference that interest in mental health had grown since Corona, but that governments had not increased the budget for the sector.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said in a report that 70% of people with mental health problems in developed countries have access to treatment, while only 12% of low-income countries have access to it.

According to the World Health Organization, one in every 100 deaths worldwide is still caused by suicide.

The report also points out that there are 20 countries where attempted suicide is considered a crime. One in 20 suicide attempts leads to death.

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