The symptoms of depression vary from child to adult and from boys to girls. About three million youngsters experience the depression. Transition to middle schools and from middle to higher institutions creates difficult time for many of them. At the same time, to identify the symptom in those kids are very complicated. They feel bad-tempered. They sleep more and eat more while in depressive mood. Boys usually fight while girls have a tendency to internalize their depression that results in eating disorders or self-harm. Girls, during the teen years and boys tend to go through it earlier thinning off by age 15. Parents should pay attention to changes, such as dipping grades, inactivity, high-risk behaviors and changes in sleep, mood or weight.
May 20th, 2012 Comments: 0