Depression is a mental illness which a person experiences deep, unshakable sadness and diminished interest in nearly all activities. It can be explained by a combination of factors typical for the modern world’s lifestyle. The illness is caused mainly by 3 typed of factors - biological, psychological and external and a combination of factors leads directly to the onset of the disease. The first factor for developing depression is gender. Women suffer from depression two times more often than men.
At present hyperemesis gravidarum is the third leading cause of hospitalisation due to dehydration, electrolyte imbalance and malnutrition17. Currently maternal mortality due to hyperemesis is rare. Wernicke’s encephalopathy secondary to thiamine deficiency is a rare complication of hyperemesis gravidarum. It leads to symptoms such as ataxia, ophthalmoplegia and mental confusion18. Some patients experience disorientation and inattentiveness.
People surrounding a depressed person have a huge influence on how the victim could cope up with the situation, some people tend to have high expectations and sometimes they would pressure the victim, which can make the victim even more depressed. Though, depression can also be the effect of puberty, such as hormonal changes and such. Peer pressure and parents/teachers forcing the teen to have higher grades causes stress in general and adds up to cause depression. Having a rough or traumatic childhood can also cause depression, such as physical and verbal abuse from a parent or someone close to the victim. Depressed teens feel like they 're lonely and no one understands them.
Kolcaba began the development of the comfort theory in the early 1990’s. In 1991 she published the article A Taxonomic Structure for the Concept Comfort in the Journal of Nursing Scholarships. This article categorized the types of comfort and the areal in which they occur. In the same year, she also wort An Analysis of the Concept of Comfort. The theory was formed from the concepts found in nursing history and how the idea of comfort was utilized by Florence Nightingale along with many others.
Social Anxiety Disorder is defined as chronic mental health condition that causes everyday interactions to be filled with fear, anxiety, embarrassment according to Mayo clinic. A) Supporting Statement 1- Social anxiety can be inherited but can also stem from being bullied or negative experiences. Unlike other disorders there are no telling signs that other can see. No one realizes that when someone with social anxiety leaves an event or sits down in class, they are analyzing every interaction or performance to see how they could have done it better. B) Supporting Statement 2- According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America about 15 million people suffer from Social Anxiety disorder and symptoms usually start around age thirteen.
In the first study, Reed (1986) examined patterns of developmental resources and depression over time. Significant inverse correlations of moderate magnitude were found between self-transcendence and both depression and overall mental health symptomatology (Reed, 1986). In the second study, Reed (1989) studied the degree to which key developmental resources in later adulthood were associated with mental health among 30 clinically depressed older adults. An inverse relationship was noted between the level of resources and depression (Reed, 1989). Participants also reported that key reasons given by participants for their psychiatric hospitalization were congruent with self-transcendence issues significant in later adulthood (e.g.
The result shows the number of male more than female this could be due to the nature of the society and stigma that discourage the females to visit the community mental health clinic and hospital. Male preponderance was also seen by other studies Slightly more than one third of the sample was in the age of (25-35) years. This age indicates that schizophrenia affects the productiveness and QOL of individuals. this can be due to schizophrenia as a chronic incapacity illness in which maximum sufferers experience common intervals of psychotic exacerbation and relapse. Relapse in schizophrenia can be associated with progressive functional deterioration, declining treatment reaction, worsen clinical outcome and escalating caregiver burden.
Postpartum depression is a pretty common disorder in the western and developed world and even more common in developing countries; it includes symptoms such as inconsolable crying, mood changes, irritation, loss of interest, insomnia and hypersomnia. As we illustrated until now pregnancy and motherhood can be a beautiful period of time as well as a traumatic experience for most women, but the aim of this review is to assess the risk factors, awareness and treatment of Postpartum depression and Perinatal Depression in low-income and developing countries. Considering Postpartum Depression and Perinatal Depression from a world wide perspective, we can assess that the percentage of women suffering from these mental problems is quite different throughout the globe. Approximately 10 to 15 % of western women affected by this disorder as opposed to the 34.7% in South Africa , the 23% in Goa or the 15.8% in Arab women. Most of the mental burdens developed in low income countries are said to be attributable to a human development failure such as poverty, lines such as HIV and gender
Many studies prove this claim that abortions are detrimental. After women have an abortion, they can be diagnosed with depression. Multiple studies have proven that women post-abortion are likely to have depression also with other mental issues. Many women have participated in studies that show more women will experience regret, depression, and anxiety. Another piece of evidence to support my claim is “Research published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry in January has shown that even women without past mental health problems are at risk of psychological ill-effects after abortion”(McDonagh).
Early pregnancy may hold a variety of different problems. There are many distinct ways to avoid teen pregnancies. Teen pregnancies are usually when a girl becomes pregnant during or in between the ages of 13-19. “The birth rates have dropped significantly by 8% since 2014. Birth rates dropped 9% for women aged 15-17 and dropped 7% for women ages 18-19,” claims www.guttmacher.org.