5 Signs of Teenage Depression


About 20 percent of all teens experience depression before they reach adulthood. Between 10 to 15 percent suffer from symptoms at any one time. Only 30 percent of depressed teens are being treated. Symptoms of teenage depression can include, but not limited to: prolonged low mood or sadness, being easily irritable, feelings of helplessness, increased social isolation, loss of interest for things previously enjoyed. The signs of depression can resemble that of clinical depression. If you suspect that you may be experiencing signs of depression, it is recommended that you seek a professional.

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Further readings:
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/teen-depression/symptoms-causes/syc-20350985
https://centerfordiscovery.com/blog/todays-teens-depressed-ever/

DSM criteria for clinical depression:
https://www.psycom.net/depression-definition-dsm-5-diagnostic-criteria/

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