Arab countries rank last in World Mental Health Report 2022 Sapien LaboratoriesA non-profit research organization that conducts an annual global survey to understand the state of mental health.
For the third year in a row, the organization presents a report on the state of the world’s mental health in a prelude to the study.
The report brings together data collected in nine languages from 500,000 people in 64 countries in 2022.
According to the organization, this is a significant expansion from 2021, making the report the largest database on mental health in the world.
He pointed out that in 2022, mental health was about the same as it was in 2021 and there was no recovery after two years of significant decline with corona injuries.
At the peak of the pandemic, nearly a third of the population was still struggling with mental health.
Young people between the ages of 18 and 24 are five times more likely to suffer from mental health problems than older generations, the report said.
According to the organization, younger adults are increasingly experiencing family instability, problems and a lack of love and emotional warmth in childhood.
Compared to their parents’ generation, adults are three times more likely to have poor family relationships and more likely to not have friends who can help them in times of need, she says.
The organization warned that people with poor family relationships and no friends are ten times more likely to suffer from significant mental health challenges than those with close family relationships and friendships.
The study found that the epidemic has severely affected the mental health and relationships of people around the world, especially young people.
The survey found little recovery in mental health declines during the pandemic, which the team measured through a score called the “mental health scale.” The average score has fallen 33 points on a 300-point scale over the past two years and shows no signs of improvement so far, remaining at the same level as in 2021.
According to research, family ties are declining around the world, which is detrimental to anyone’s mental health.
Countries with the highest ratings for mental health include Tanzania, Panama, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela, while Britain, Ireland, Australia, South Africa and Brazil all have the lowest ratings.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ranked middle in mental health, while Iraq, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, Algeria and Jordan ranked last.
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