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Male Suicide: A Silent Epidemic | BPS

Risk Factors

Suicide is a complex behaviour with a range of risk factors. It’s imperative that the risk factor that are associated with the act of suicide are understood. Below are some of these risk factors:

  • Prior suicide attempts
  • Mental health problems – depression (often revealed through irritability, anger or hostility)
  • Relationship problems
  • Social isolation
  • Exposure to bullying
  • Substance abuse history
  • Physical illness or disability
  • Access to medication or weapons
  • Recent bereavement (family member or a close friend)
  • Losing a friend or family member to suicide

https://www.bps.org.uk/blogs/dr-funke-baffour/male-suicide-silent-epidemic

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