A Crushing Blow to People: Natural Disasters The causes of a natural disaster have always been a puzzle for humanities since the ancient time, we had formed myths surrounding the questions “why’ and “how and we questioned the philosophical dimensions of the causes until we reached rational data. However, the destruction they cause Is so evident and they evidently have devastating effects on people. Firstly, people may experience psychological problems due to natural disaster exposure. Feeling depressed due to the loss of loved ones is almost unavoidable.
As he victims not only loose their loved ones but they also loose their dreams and the happiness they would share with them in the future, experiencing such a grief results in the loss of hope for the future as well. In addition to this, we can see many examples of people getting paranoid about reliving the catastrophe as in the example of people who experienced the earthquake in 17th of August 1999 In Mammary or Hurricane Strain in 23rd of August 2005. This extreme fear triggers nightmares about their memories of the disaster and It also leads them to take extreme precautions against natural disasters In order not to experience It again.
Natural disaster exposure can also result in economic problems. A damaged infrastructure is a typical scene emerging after the catastrophe. It causes serious damage to underground system, electrical power system or water pipes and like the people of Van in 2011, individuals suffer from drought, cold and lack of power. Fixing the damage and rebuilding the infrastructure require money for sure, therefore besides causing economic effects on people, natural disasters also cause economic problems to governments. In addition to psychological and economic problems people experience physical effects as well.
The environment Is physically damaged: the structures and Infrastructures collapse. Moreover, physical Injuries, such as paralysis due to the extreme feeling of shock or losing body parts due to being trapped under debris during an earthquake or a flood, are other devastating damages that are caused by calamities. In conclusion, natural disasters not only devastate the environment and cause physical harm but they also have psychological and economic effects on people. At that point, the devastation they cause is more striking than the causes behind them.
By aberrational the ancient time, we had formed myths surrounding the questions “why’ and “how’ rational data. However, the destruction they cause is so evident and they evidently example of people who experienced the earthquake in 17th of August 1999 in nightmares about their memories of the disaster and it also leads them to take extreme precautions against natural disasters in order not to experience it again. Effects as well. The environment is physically damaged: the structures and infrastructures collapse. Moreover, physical injuries, such as paralysis due to the