Zurab Kekelidze: Alexander Natruskin / RIA Novosti
SMRC head of psychiatry of a name Serbian, the chief freelance psychiatrist of the Ministry of health of Russia Zurab Kekelidze evaluated the effect of isolation on the statistics of suicides. He told about it on air of radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.
He suggested that Russia did not become more suicides, however, currently the exact numbers are not yet available. Kekelidze noted that the quarantine measures, including the prohibition to go outside, did not affect the statistics. The limiting factor was the fact that people “have become more careful in recent months,” and try more to support each other and often see each other, because they are at home in isolation.
At the same time, according to the chief freelance psychiatrist of the Ministry of health on quarantine cases increased domestic violence. The reason for the growth of this phenomenon is not aggression, and internal tension, he said. “Our society is not antagonistic. When we live a normal life, we meet less often with their families”, — he explained.
Kekelidze encouraged to develop a comfortable routine for everyone, including children, and attentive to the requests of loved ones, avoiding infringement of someone’s interests.
At the end of may the Russians gave tips on combating loneliness in isolation. They recommended to educate ourselves and volunteer work. According to the psychologist, the conditions imposed because of the spread of coronavirus restrictions, people who live alone, have a lot of free time: it should be conducted with the benefit of studying at that time had not enough, for example, using a variety of online courses.
Video, photo All from Russia.