Chukotka, Primorye and Sakhalin are named regions with the largest number of people suffering from alcoholism and alcoholic psychosis. Such data follows from the material “Public Health Rating in the context of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation”, presented on the website of the Civic Chamber (OP).
The calculation of this indicator is based on the ratio of the number of patients with alcoholism and alcoholic psychoses to the population.
So, according to the rating presented by the OP, the top five regions with the most lagging behind in terms of the incidence of alcoholism and alcoholic psychosis are: Chukotka Autonomous Okrug with an indicator of 3947.3 (85th place), Primorsky Krai – 1956.3 (84th place), Sakhalin Region – 1950.5 (83rd place), Magadan region – 1808.2 (82nd place), Bryansk region – 1748.9 (81st place).
Also among the most drinking regions are Nizhny Novgorod (indicator 1733.4), Vladimir (1661), Tambov regions (1641.9), Jewish Autonomous Region (1513.7) and Mari El (1503.4). They are ranked 80th, 79th, 78th, 77th and 76th respectively. At the same time, the average indicator for Russia in terms of the overall incidence of alcoholic psychoses and alcoholism is 818.2.
In addition, the OP named the 10 most lagging regions in terms of mortality from alcohol-related causes.
In accordance with the published rating, the regions with high mortality from alcohol-related causes include the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (85th place), Magadan (84th place), Lipetsk (83rd place), Chelyabinsk (82 -th place), Ivanovo (81st place) regions, Chuvashia (80th place), Tver (79th place), Voronezh (78th place) regions, Kamchatka Territory (77th place) and Kaluga region (76th place).
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