Mental health experts warn against repeated viewing of Abe attack coverage


Video footage of Friday’s assault on former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been proven repeatedly on TV and shared through social media — and it could be having a adverse impact on the well-being of those that watched it.

Some viewers might report signs of acute stress together with insomnia and nightmares after viewing the photographs of the assault, psychological well being specialists say, urging these folks to cease watching and seek the advice of a medical specialist if vital.

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