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Depression in adolescents

 

Some common symptoms of teen depression may be the following:

Decline in academic achievements.
Behavioral problems in friendship.
Withdrawing from contact with family and other people.
Lack of enthusiasm and energy. Difficulty in self-motivation.
Unnecessary aggression, anger and rage.
Report of feelings of sadness and helplessness.
Over-reaction to criticism.
Feels incapable of living up to the parental expectations.
Lacks self-esteem and suffers from guilt.
Unable to concentrate or take decisions.
Feeling restless and agitated.
Changes in eating and sleeping habits.
Having suicidal thoughts or suicidal attempts.

 


 
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