World Mental Health Day 2020 – Raising Awareness on Depression & Women Mental Health Problems

0 8 October 2020
World Mental Health Day 2020 – Raising Awareness on Depression & Women Mental Health Problems

Raising Awareness on Depression and Other Mental Health Problems in Women

Depression is the most common medical health condition among women and according to researchers, twice as many women suffer from depression at some point in their lifetime than men. While the incidence of mental health problems is the same for both genders, women are more prone to depression than men. But the buck doesn’t stop there, PTSD, anxiety, panic attacks women are more prone to these mental health disorders than men too. So why are women more prone to mental health concerns than men? And how can we improve the condition? On the account of World Mental Health Day 2020, we have delved into the topic to spread awareness and here we are. So read on:

Why women are more prone to mental health problems than men? Biological and social factors play a key role in shaping up the psyche of a human. Journal of Abnormal Psychology says that women are more tend to internalize their destructive emotions which results in loneliness withdrawal and ultimately depression. And men on the other side, when faced with similar conditions

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