Anxiety disorders & Depression

Women experience depression more frequently than do males. Based on sex and age, some distinctions in how the melancholy mood presents themselves have been discovered. It frequently shows up in men as fatigue, irritation, and rage. They might behave more recklessly and engage in drug and alcohol misuse. Additionally, they frequently do not acknowledge their depression and do not get therapy. Depression frequently shows up in the form of sadness, worthlessness, and guilt in women. Depression is more likely to show up in younger children as school refusal, separation anxiety, and parent-related anxiety. Further information addressed at Brain Disorders 2023 Congress.

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Persistent depressive disorder
  • Premenstrual dysphoric disorder

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