Losing $640 billion in a crypto crash for the world is not a joke. There is a reason most governments want it regulated. There is a reason why some governments, including the Indian government, have banned banks from getting involved for the time being.
It is estimated, that 300 million people worldwide experience depression and are overcome by suicidal thoughts at some point. Statistics also reveal that 18% of the people who commit suicide have a history of failed suicide attempts in the past.
Every year, the country's financial capital is paralysed as roads and rail tracks get submerged whenever it receives heavy rains during the monsoon, raising questions over the civic body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's preparedness.
Analyzing the reasons, the solutions, the underlying medical conditions and effect of media reportage on suicides that plague the society today. Chaiti Narula of CNN-News18 gets a complete understanding from Dr Samir Parikh, Varkha Chulani, Dr Sonia Lal, MPower and Dr Sameer Gupta.
Not only do underlying mental illnesses significantly increase your risk of heart disease, but patients with heart disease (especially with heart failure or after a heart attack or surgery) are at a significantly higher risk of mental illnesses.
Dr Sonia Lal who was awarded ‘neurologist of the year’ at the India health and Wellness Summit 2014 speaks to Chaiti Narula on the chemical imbalances that lead to anxiety and how once can overcome them and lead a normal life.