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    Cigarettes : 1 did not smoke in the last 6 months, 2 smoked less than one cigarette a day infrequent use , and 3 smoked one cigarette or more a day. In some analyses, groups 2 and 3 for drug use were combined. The validity and reliability of the measures have been reported elsewhere Schwab-Stone et al. A diagnosis was considered to be positive if symptoms reported by either the parent or the child met DSM criteria Shaffer, Fisher et al. Depressive disorders assessed include major depression and dysthymia.

    Anxiety disorders assessed were social phobia, agoraphobia, panic, separation anxiety, overanxious disorder, generalized anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorder. Disruptive behavior disorders assessed were attention-deficit hyper-activity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and conduct disorder. Age of onset of a diagnosis was calculated from both parent and child reports. Youth demographic data included gender, age, and ethnicity. Information about mother's education, public assistance, and family structure living with both biological parents vs.

    In the first set of models, the substance of interest was examined controlling for study site. In the second set of models, sociodemographic factors that were significant in the bivariate analysis were added age, gender, maternal education, living with biological parents, and public assistance as additional controls. In the third set of models, psychiatric disorders depression, anxiety, and disruptive disorders were further controlled for.

    In the analyses of suicide attempt, a fourth model was considered with suicidal ideation included as an additional control variable. It is known that many youth use multiple substances. To further understand what patterns of substance use were related to suicidal behaviors, the Guttman scale of substance use described earlier was introduced into the logistical regression analyses.

    The first category, no current use of any substance, served as the reference group. Analyses were also conducted hierarchically controlling for the confounding variables in the manner previously described. Finally, to better understand the role of substance use in the onset of suicide attempt, we analyzed data of retrospectively reported age of onset of both suicide attempt and substance use with Cox proportional hazards models, adjusting for potential confounding factors such as sociodemographics, onset of depression, and onset of use of other substances.


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    The age at first suicide attempt was the time variable of interest and was censored by age at interview if a child did not report any suicide attempt. The onset of use of a specific substance was treated as a time-varying predictor that was coded as 1 if the onset of using the substance preceded the first suicide attempt and as 0 otherwise.

    Among the 1, youth in the sample, 49 3. Seventy-four 5. Table 1 shows family and individual characteristics by suicidal behaviors. There were more girls Finally, youth with at least one suicide attempt were less likely to live with both biological parents than those without any suicidal behavior. In terms of substance use and abuse, youth with suicidal behaviors were more likely to use and abuse substances than youth without suicidal behavior. The results also show a relationship between types of suicidal behaviors and substance abuse and dependence.

    Youth with suicidal behaviors were more likely to have other psychiatric disorders than youth without such behaviors. Stronger associations were observed for suicide attempt than ideation. For both ideation and attempt, the association between suicidal behaviors and substance use and abuse can be partially explained by family characteristics Model 2 , and by other psychiatric disorders Model 3 , which can be seen by the decrease in the magnitude of Odds Ratios in both models.

    However, after controlling for psychiatric disorders, none of the substance use variables were significantly associated with suicidal ideation. Much stronger associations were found for suicide attempt Table 3. The analyses for each type of substance cigarettes, alcohol, and other drugs were limited because they could not take into account the fact that many youth use multiple substances. The four higher level substance use groups from level V to level VIII were significantly associated with suicide attempt, even after controlling for sociodemographic factors Model 2.

    The results of the Cox proportional hazards regression analysis are reported in Table 5. Models A1—A3 show that, controlling for family sociodemographic factors, the use of each type of substance predicted subsequent onset of suicide attempts. The hazards ratios were 2. Model B included three time-varying variables for three types of substance use.

    The onset of depression was an additional control in the model. The results indicate that onset of depression strongly predicted first suicide attempt. The effect of alcohol was no longer statistically significant independent of the simultaneous effects of smoking, other drugs, and depression. One strength of the study was the use of data from a representative sample of youth in the community, rather than clinical settings.

    Another strength was the assessment of the different psychiatric disorders by the DISC, a standardized psychiatric instrument for children.

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    A third strength was the attempt to evaluate the impact of each specific type of substance or pattern of substance use on suicide ideation and attempt. Many previous studies have examined the impact of one type of substance e. In this study, efforts were made to evaluate the contribution of each type of substance to suicidal behaviors while controlling for the impact of other substances.

    Alcohol abuse and dependence appeared to be strongly associated with suicide attempt. The relationship between alcohol and suicidality may involve the disinhibitory effects of acute alcohol intoxication, the increase in vulnerability for depression resulting from chronic alcohol abuse, as well as possible self-medication for depressive symptoms, including suicidal behaviors.

    Findings from some neurobiological studies suggest that both suicidal behaviors and alcohol abuse are associated with some underlying biological risk factors, such as serotonergic abnormalities. A relationship between low levels of serotonin and suicide attempts was found in biological psychiatry research. Audenaert et al. This may explain why people use alcohol to self-medicate their depressive symptoms.

    However, Weiss and colleagues found that after continuous administration of ethanol over an extended period 3—5 weeks , if the animals are then deprived of ethanol for 8 hours, serotonin levels in the same brain region drop very low. When the animals are then given free access to ethanol, the serotonin levels rise again, but remain lower than those attained in nondependent animals. This may indicate a worsening of depressive symptoms as a result of alcohol dependence, which, at least in humans, may lead to a decision to commit suicide.

    Age differences may explain this difference between the two studies. In previous studies, the impact of cigarette smoking was sometimes assessed with-out controlling for the impact of alcohol or other drugs Miller et al. Nevertheless, using the combined measure of substance use including all the various drugs in the analyses made the estimates of the unique impact of cigarettes or alcohol much more valid and accurate. This might be due to the fact that they represent different levels of suicidal behaviors. This study was limited by its cross-sectional design with retrospective reports of onset of substance use and suicidal behaviors.

    No causal relationship could be determined. The study was also limited by the small number of adolescent drug abusers in the community sample, therefore, no specific analyses could be done to examine the impact of each specific illegal drug. However, the findings of the study highlight the role of substance use in adolescent suicidal behaviors. Cigarettes, on the other hand, were the primary substance used by adolescents to self-medicate.

    Their use was associated with both suicidal ideation and attempt. Therefore, in the prevention of suicide, attention should be paid to youth who are smoking and drinking. On the other hand, in the prevention of smoking or alcohol use, the assessment of suicidal behaviors and other depressive symptoms is also crucial.

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