When you are travelling from Italy to the UK, it can be hard to know where to go.
For some it can mean going through a whole new country with new sights, but for others it can make it difficult to find their way home.
But Italy is not an easy place to travel.
The Italian capital, Rome, is often packed with tourists and has a reputation for its relaxed atmosphere, but it can also be quite crowded.
Italy has the highest per capita suicide rate in Europe and its economy has been hit hard by the global financial crisis.
It has been ranked as one of the most dangerous countries in the world, according to the World Economic Forum.
But its popularity among tourists has helped to lift the country out of its recession and the tourism industry is growing, particularly in the winter months.
But there are concerns that the country is heading for another crisis.
According to the European Commission, the suicide rate has risen dramatically since 2011, when it was around one per 100,000 people.
A number of factors have contributed to the rise, including the financial crisis and an influx of illegal immigrants.
But some experts believe that Italy’s problem is more complex than that, and that the crisis is linked to a broader societal trend towards isolation.
Many Italians feel isolated and insecure, with a rise in xenophobia and anti-immigrant sentiment.
And they are also more worried about the rising number of asylum seekers who arrive in Italy every year.
What is happening in Italy?
There are a number of reasons why the number of suicides in Italy has risen.
The recession and financial crisis have contributed.
The country is in the midst of an economic recovery, but there are some areas that have seen significant job losses.
As a result, there has been an increase in suicides among the young and the unemployed.
There have also been a number who have taken their own lives.
In 2016, around 100 people died from suicide in Italy.
However, in 2017, the number was only 24, according a study published by the Italian Health Ministry.
The spike in suicides has also been attributed to an increase of people travelling to Italy to escape the financial and economic crisis.
The rise in suicide deaths also coincides with the start of the new year, with people beginning to seek help for their depression and anxiety.
For those who are struggling with depression, this can be particularly difficult to cope with.
The problem is that the depression often starts in childhood, and is difficult to recognise.
This is because the brain is still developing.
The depression can be difficult to diagnose, because it is often linked to other issues that affect the brain.
This can include eating disorders, anxiety and depression.
Some people also have an underlying medical condition such as an anxiety disorder or a psychotic disorder, which can lead to suicidal thoughts.
For others, the depression may not be recognised as a mental health problem, but they may feel isolated or feel that the world has abandoned them.
In some cases, people may try to end their lives, because of the stigma associated with being depressed or in pain.
However this can also result in a high number of people suffering from mental health problems, such as substance abuse.
What can I do to help?
In Italy, there are several ways you can help: If you are feeling suicidal, contact your GP.
This will help to identify the cause of your symptoms and determine what steps you need to take to prevent future deaths.
Ask the local social services to get you a support group, such a social worker, a psychologist or a psychiatrist.
This may help you to recognise your symptoms, and help you cope with the crisis.
Get involved with a support network, such an anti-depressant drug counselling service or support group.
Get a support person to talk to you about your problems.
Talk to your friends and family about the problem, and try to reach out for help if you need it.
Ask for help from friends and neighbours.
Talk with the people in your life.
If you feel you are alone, ask your local support group for help.
For more information about suicide, see the Italian Government’s suicide prevention advice, and visit www.mentalhealth.gov.uk.
More about suicide:For more on the crisis in Italy, visit the BBC’s suicide news blog.