Drug Addiction Is Increasing Among Girls Of Madhya Pradesh

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(Indicative picture) – Photo: Social Media Listen to the news Listen to the news In Madhya Pradesh, former Chief Minister Uma Bharti has opened a front for prohibition and de-addiction. Meanwhile, the figures of the Global Youth Tobacco Survey that have come out are shocking for the parents in MP. According to reports, children here learn to smoke cigarettes from the age of seven. This is more than the national average. Let us tell you that Umang School Health and Wellness program was organized at Hotel Taj in Bhopal on Saturday. In this, Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chaudhary released the Global Youth Tobacco Survey. Priyanka Das, MD, National Health Mission was also present in the programme. According to the survey, on an average, girls in MP learn to smoke cigarettes at the age of seven. On the other hand, if we look at its average in the country, this age is 9.3 ie nine years and three months. In the case of boys also the condition is worrisome… In the case of boys also the condition is worrisome. In Madhya Pradesh, on an average, boys start smoking cigarettes at the age of 8.5, while the average age in the country is 11.5 years. According to the report, 2.10 percent girls and 2.40 percent boys smoke cigarettes in the state. The age of all of them is 13 to 15 years. The report has also shown a mirror to the government’s cigarette and tobacco related campaign. Madhya Pradesh ranks 29th in the country in terms of consumption of tobacco products. A survey was conducted on the use of tobacco products on adolescents aged The fourth state level report of this survey, which started in the year 2003, has now come out. In the report, Mizoram ranks first in the country among the states consuming the most tobacco products. In Mizoram, 57.9 percent of the youth use tobacco products, while in Himachal Pradesh, only 1.1 percent of the youth use tobacco products. The list of these states is at number 29 in MP. In Madhya Pradesh, 3.9 percent of youth use tobacco products. The average age of youth who consume bidi in the country is 10 years and five months, whereas in Madhya Pradesh, only seven years and two months of children smoke bidi. Let’s learn. Among these, boys in Madhya Pradesh start smoking beedis only at the age of seven. On the other hand, on an average, girls start smoking beedi at 13 years in a month. Survey conducted in 34 schools of the state… Madhya Pradesh’s report of the fourth phase of the Global Youth Tobacco Survey was released on Saturday. This survey was conducted in a total of 34 schools including 21 government and 13 private schools in the state. 2,979 students were included in this. Of these, 2,490 students were in the age group of 13 to 15 years. It was revealed in the survey that 3.9 percent of the children of class 8 to 10 consume tobacco products, while the national average is 8.5 percent. School Education Department and Health Department together will solve the problem… In the Umang Kishore Education Program running in Madhya Pradesh since 2015 Now the health department will also be helpful. There are 22 percent teenagers in the population of Madhya Pradesh. Along with solving the physical and mental problems of 50 lakh children studying in schools in Madhya Pradesh, Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chowdhary started the Umang School Health and Wellness Program to give them life skills and nutrition education. Through this program, two children from every school studying from 6th to 12th in all government schools of the state will be made health and wellness messengers. UNFPA organization has prepared modules for teenagers. Children will be able to speak their mind… Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chowdhary said, mental and physical changes take place in children with age. With increasing age, there are many types of curiosities and problems in the mind of children. Children are sometimes unable to share their things in the family. In such a situation, children start getting depressed. To answer the questions arising in the minds of children, children can get answers and guidance to their questions by calling the Umang Kishore Helpline. On the one hand former Chief Minister Uma Bharti has opened a front regarding liquor ban and de-addiction in Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, the figures of the Global Youth Tobacco Survey that have come out are shocking for the parents in MP. According to reports, children here learn to smoke cigarettes from the age of seven. This is more than the national average. Let us inform that Umang School Health and Wellness program was held at Hotel Taj, Bhopal on Saturday. In this, Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chaudhary released the Global Youth Tobacco Survey. Priyanka Das, MD, National Health Mission was also present in the programme. According to the survey, on an average, girls in MP learn to smoke cigarettes at the age of seven. On the other hand, if we look at its average in the country, then this age is 9.3 ie nine years and three months. In the case of boys also the condition is worrying… In the case of boys also the condition is worrying. In Madhya Pradesh, on an average, boys start smoking cigarettes at the age of 8.5, while the average age in the country is 11.5 years. According to the report, 2.10 percent girls and 2.40 percent boys smoke cigarettes in the state. The age of all of them is 13 to 15 years. The report also held a mirror to the government’s campaign on cigarettes and tobacco. Madhya Pradesh ranks 29th in the country in the consumption of tobacco products… International Institute of Population Sciences, Mumbai, conducted a survey on the use of tobacco products among adolescents aged 13 to 15 years across the country on the instructions of the Union Ministry of Health. The fourth state level report of this survey, which started in the year 2003, has now come out. In the report, Mizoram ranks first in the country among the states consuming the most tobacco products. In Mizoram, 57.9 percent of the youth use tobacco products, while in Himachal Pradesh, only 1.1 percent of the youth use tobacco products. The list of these states is at number 29 in MP. In Madhya Pradesh, 3.9 percent youth use tobacco products. Beedi users… The average age of youth who consume bidi in the country is 10 years and five months, while in Madhya Pradesh, children learn to smoke bidi in just seven years and two months. Among these, boys in Madhya Pradesh start smoking beedis only at the age of seven. On the other hand, on an average, girls start smoking bidi at the age of 13 years. Survey was done in 34 schools of the state… Madhya Pradesh’s report of the fourth phase of the Global Youth Tobacco Survey was released on Saturday. This survey was conducted in a total of 34 schools including 21 government and 13 private schools in the state. 2,979 students were included in this. Of these, 2,490 students were in the age group of 13 to 15 years. The survey revealed that 3.9 per cent of children in classes 8 to 10 use tobacco products, while the national average is 8.5 per cent. School Education Department and Health Department will together solve the problem… Now Health Department will also be helpful in the Umang Kishore Education Program running in Madhya Pradesh since 2015. There are 22 percent teenagers in the population of Madhya Pradesh. Along with solving the physical and mental problems of 50 lakh children studying in schools in Madhya Pradesh, Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chowdhary started the Umang School Health and Wellness Program to give them life skills and nutrition education. Through this program, two children from every school studying from 6th to 12th in all government schools of the state will be made health and wellness messengers. UNFPA organization has prepared modules for teenagers. Children will be able to speak their mind… Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chowdhary said, mental and physical changes take place in children with age. With increasing age, there are many types of curiosities and problems in the mind of children. Children are sometimes unable to share their things in the family. In such a situation, children start getting depressed. To answer the questions arising in the minds of children, children can get answers and guidance to their questions by calling the Umang Kishore Helpline.

Suraj Sewatkar
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I am HR by profession and a website developer and blogger by passion. I have 3 years of experience in my both professional as well passion field.My live mantra is "Live and Let Live"

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