That 1 thing can cause the same disease as 15 cigarettes, WHO said, and it can be fatal.

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After Corona, there has been a rapid increase in mental illnesses among people. But, recently the World Health Organization (WHO) has identified loneliness as the main cause. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), loneliness is a global health concern that is predisposing people to many life-threatening diseases (Effects of Loneliness on Health). Due to which people are losing their lives due to various reasons. The fact is that loneliness can cause as many diseases as 15 cigarettes. Also World Health has said a lot about this, let’s know everything in detail.

‘Loneliness’ is a global health problem.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared loneliness a global public health problem. Not only this, the WHO has launched an international commission on the issue to be led by US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy and African Union Youth Envoy Chido Mpemba. According to Dr. Vivek Murthy, loneliness is as bad as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, and is linked to an increased risk of obesity and physical inactivity. At this time, he has made the young and the old his victims.

Isolation is a global threat

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Isolation is a global threat

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Loneliness increases the risk of developing dementia by 50 percent and the risk of coronary artery disease or stroke by 30 percent. But it is shortening the lifespan of young people. According to statistics, 5% to 15% of teenagers are lonely, which is probably an underestimation. In Africa, 12.7 percent of young people are lonely, compared to 5.3 percent in Europe.

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Young people who experience loneliness at school are more likely to drop out of university. It can also have bad economic consequences. Feeling isolated and unsupported at work is reducing productivity at work. In addition, it leads to several mental illnesses like depression and bipolar disorder. So, if you feel very lonely too, socialize a bit, don’t be lonely, make friends, talk to people and be happy.

Source: WHO

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