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Premium Do Tobacco Smoking and Illicit Drug/Alcohol Dependence Increase the Risk of Mental Disorders Among Men? Evidence from a National Urban B angladeshi Sample
Author(s)
Rahman Mosiur,
Nakamura Keiko,
Seino Kaoruko,
Kizuki Masashi
Publication year2015
Publication title
perspectives in psychiatric care
Resource typeJournals
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
Purpose This study sought to examine the relationship between tobacco consumption or illicit drug/alcohol use and mental disorders. Design and Methods We used data from the 2006 B angladesh U rban H ealth S urvey. The analyses were based on the responses of 13,819 men aged 15–59 years. Findings Smoking of any type was associated with an increased risk of mental disorders as were current cigarette smoking, heavy cigarette, or bidi smoking status. Ever and current use of illicit drugs/alcohol was also associated with a greater risk of mental disorders among the participants. Practice Implications The present findings indicate that preventing tobacco smoking and illicit drug/alcohol dependence may help reduce the burden caused by mental disorders among urban B angladeshi men. Reducing the risk of common mental health problems may also help reduce the prevalence of tobacco consumption and illicit drug/alcohol dependence.
Subject(s)cigarette smoking , drug , environmental health , illicit drug , medicine , mental health , psychiatry
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.538
H-Index35
eISSN1744-6163
pISSN0031-5990
DOI10.1111/ppc.12058

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