O. M, Q. 1, L. F, G. 2, S. Cañón, B. Otoniel Mauricio
The adolescents by multiple characteristics of they age are the most prone population to suicide, this is a phenomenon that represents an estimated 800,000 deaths a year in the world. The objective of this review is analyze a representative number of recent research results on suicidal behaviors in adolescents and their relationship with negligence in self-care and reckless behavior. For this, a systematic review of the literature published in the last five years was carried out in databases such as: National Center for Biotechnology Information, Virtual Health Library, Pubmed Central, Mediclatina - Ebsco and Google Scholar. Among others, the main findings are that risky sexual practices, the consumption of alcoholics beverages, psychoactive substances and sedentary lifestyle are behaviors linked to impulsivity that generate an impact on physical and emotional health, which favor the development of self-destructive behaviors in teenagers. In conclusion, the review allowed showing a close relationship of reckless behaviors and negligence in self-care and suicidal behavior in adolescence, which facilitated grouping them into these categories.
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Published on 13/08/21Submitted on 05/08/21
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