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  Results  A thorough and rigorous analysis of the survey on the perception of De La Salle University  –  Dasmariñ as’ students towards suicide resulted in the insight and awareness of the students which are presented in this section. Table 1  Forms of Suicide Commonly Used    Forms: TV WM VI Alcohol/Drug Abuse 179 2.6 Sometimes Carbon Monoxide Inhalation 242 3.5 Rarely Drowning 204 2.9 Sometimes Exsanguination/ Laceration 178 2.5 Sometimes Gun Shot Hanging Jumping Lethal Injection Poisoning Suffocation 153 2.2 Often 139 2.8 Sometimes 150 2.1 Often 238 3.4 Sometimes 179 2.6 Sometimes 185 2.6 Sometimes Respondents: 70 As shown in Table 1, the most often used forms of committing suicide are gun and  jumping and the rarely used form is carbon monoxide inhalation. The other forms that were sometimes used are alcohol drug abuse, drowning, exsanguination/laceration, hanging, lethal injection, poisoning and suffocation respectively. While these are valid viewpoints, they can obscure a crucial biological perspective on suicidal behaviour (David, 1998). Better understanding of the biological and particularly the genetic processes that underlie youth suicide has urgent implications for preventing and treating youth at risk for suicide (Brent, 2001).   Table 2  Reasons Why People Commit Suicide   Causes: WM Rank Academic Problems 4.94 5 Bullying 4.12 3 Depression 3.57 1 Family Problem 4.1 2 Hopelessness 5.6 6 Mental Illness 6.46 8 Relationship Social Isolation 4.51 6.37 4 7 Traumatic Experience 6.5 9 Unemployment 8.24 10 Respondents: 70 As shown in Table 2, the reasons of suicide attempts, the respondents ranked the following by the most to the least common reason. The depression ranked the first while unemployment ranked the last. It is a time of tremendous possibility, but it also can be a period of stress and worry. There's pressure to fit in socially, to perform academically, and to act responsibly (Lancet, 2011).   Table 3.1  Physical Changes  TV WM Remarks Changes in sleeping patterns 136 2 Somewhat Loss of energy 114 1.6 Somewhat Lost of interest in personal hygiene Changes in eating habits 31112 1.9 1.6 Somewhat Somewhat Weight gain or loss 107 1.5 Somewhat Over-all Weighted Mean 100 1.4 Somewhat Respondents: 70 As shown in Table 3.1, the five physical changes: changes in sleeping patterns, loss of energy, lost of interest in personal hygiene, changes in eating habits, and weight gain or loss are somewhat recognized the respondents to a suicidal person. The first step in taking action against suicide is by recognizing the warning signs (Miller, 2009). Table 3.2  Behavior   Very Likely 1 Somewhat 2  Not a Chance 3 TV WM Remarks Fighting or breaking the law 3854 50 107 1.5 Somewhat Withdrawal from family and friends 41 44 21 106 1.5 Somewhat   Quitting activities that were previously done Self-harming 3758 46 34 12 21 107 101 1.5 1.2 Somewhat Very Likely Unexplained Crying/Emotional Outbursts 47 42 6 95 1.4 Very Likely Respondents: 70 As shown in Table 3.2, self-harming and unexplained crying/emotional outbursts are very likely to be a suicidal person's behaviour (Brent, 2001), while fighting or breaking the law, withdrawal from family and friends, and quitting activities that were previously done are somewhat their behavior. Suicide attempters used to show emotional and physical distress, and shows more aggression and self harm (Jamison, 2001). Table 3.3 Conversational Signs  Very Likely 1 Somewhat 2  Not a Chance 3 TV WM Remarks  No Future 4054 9 103 1.5 Somewhat Escape 4732 21 100 1.4 Very Likely Alone Guilt 4248 44 38 12 21 102 103 1.4 1.5 Very Likely Somewhat Talking/Planning about Suicide 40 40 30 110 1.6 Somewhat Respondents: 70 As shown in Table 3.3, conversational signs of being alone and wanting to escape are very likely the sign of attempting suicide while the no future, guilt and talking about Suicide is a
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