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The World Health Organization said the dire consequences of being alone

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The World Health Organization has recently expressed public health concern over the dangers of being alone

This loneliness is being attributed as one of the reasons for deterioration of physical and mental condition. The organization has recently expressed concern about public health as this problem is increasing day by day.

After a study, the World Health Organization found that loneliness increases the risk of depression, anxiety, anxiety, heart disease, stroke, dementia and even suicide.

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The new survey conducted by the World Health Organization is called ‘Our Epidemic of Loneliness and Isolation’. From the information published in this report, it is known that loneliness is not only the reason for the deterioration of a person’s physical and mental condition, but it is also the main reason for the deterioration of social health.

Experts say that the effects of loneliness are so dire that it can have the same harmful effects on the body and mind as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Its results are not only at home, but everywhere including schools, colleges, universities, offices, politics. Which has a negative impact on the productive activities of people.

Meanwhile, the American global business magazine Fortune says that the World Health Organization will soon launch a commission on social connections. which will work to identify health risks and effective solutions to social isolation. The research will be led by Vivek Murthy and Chido Mpemba.

Currently, it is estimated that about 60 percent of the world’s people suffer from loneliness or loneliness. To survive this threat to global public health, the World Health Organization advises to be more socially connected than the virtual world. Only then can the people of the world be saved from the terrible consequences of being alone.

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