In Indonesia they are having trouble coping with the effects of the Tsunami that happened last year. This caused a violent change to their life style. Some challenges the people of Indonesia are facing multiple health problems including physical, mental, and emotional health. In this research paper I will explain these problems and how we can try to fix them. In Tsunami¡¦s Destroy the World by: John Johnson talks about the tsunami that happened last year. After a huge earthquake on the 26th of December with its epicenter near the Indonesian island of Sumatra sent walls of water smashing into coasts of Indonesia and neighboring countries, as many as 280,000 people lost their lives and more than one million people were displaced. Three months later, 1,300 people were killed on the Indonesian island of Nias by the aftershocks. In the new popular magazine WHO is an article titled ¡§Water Doesn¡¦t Always do the Body Good¡¨ by: Sam Samson. He talks about mental health problems caused by the tsunami. The precise demand for mental health services after the tsunami was unknown, but WHO said that the prevalence of mild and moderate common mental disorders in the general population is 10% and that this can increase to 20% after a disaster. Severe mental health problems, such as psychosis or severe depression, typically affect 2¡V3% of any given population but can increase to 3¡V4% after a disaster, WHO said. In a personal interview with Frederick Agoofinhimer, a professor from the University of Utah, he talks about the emotional health problems some people face after a natural disaster happens just like the tsunami this past year.
¡§Well Michael, this is a tough subject to be talking about. Most people are crushed by losing loved ones in the immense waves from the underwater earthquake. I can only imagine the emotional strain that would put on your life.
¡§I want you to close your eyes. Think about you having everything you ever wanted, perfect beach house, perfect...
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