Suicide is the second cause of death amongst the 15 to 29 years old all around the world. Preventing this complex phenomena which is threat for global health, demands multi-dimensional actions and one of the very firsts is talking about it.
September 10th is named as the “World Suicide Prevention Day” by the “World Health Organization”. The reason for such an attention is pretty clear; suicide is without a doubt is a challenge for global health. Let us take a look at the statistics which are published by the WHO (World Health Organization); 800000 people die because of suicide every year, meaning every 40 seconds someone decides to take their own life. Advanced monitoring and supervision on proceeding with suicide and self-harm is a fundamental factor for preventing suicide in all countries. There are also newer ways which are based on technology or preventing suicide with the help of neurosciences. The following article is based on the statistics of WHO and Science website which are published as a reminder of the world prevention suicide day. The most recent methods and scientific achievements in the field of suicide prevention are depicted precisely in this article.