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Mental Health

Substance Use

Physical Activity

Suicide and Self-Harm

Risky Behaviors

 

About the Survey

Adolescence and young adulthood are critical periods in which exposure to adversities can have far reaching health and social consequences for adolescents, their families and communities. Previous research has demonstrated that substance use-related problems (e.g. alcohol, tobacco and drug addictions) and mental health problems are often established during adolescence and early adulthood, and lead to longer-term health implications.

 

The goal of this study is to connect with young people about their mental health and wellbeing, and understand what influences their health and lifestyle. Though our survey, we will try to gain an in-depth understanding of substance use, mental health and physical activity of young people in India. Eventually, this information will help us design a program to prevent substance use-related problems in young people, where we focus on priority areas that have been informed by the responses in this survey.

 

Study Eligibility Criteria

18 - 24 years of age

Currently living in India

Would you like to be involved in our study?

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Why participate?

Your input would help us:

Explore the relationship between substance use, mental health and physical activity among young people in India

Design a program to prevent substance use-related problems in young people in India

To access articles on research and young people’s health written by Sangath team members, click here.

Thank you for your interest in our research study!

We are a group of researchers in Sangath, India, who are conducting this survey to explore the relationship between substance use, mental health and physical activity among young people between the age group of 18-24 years in India.

Get in touch with us to know more

Research Team: arg@sangath.in

 

Sangath Addictions Research Group

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