Wellness - Adolescence | 13-18 yrs

Teenage Depression: What Should You Do


Has your teen been acting strange lately? Have his grades dropped? Is he unable to concentrate on studies? Your teenager might be suffering from teenage depression.

Teenage depression, or depression during teenage, is a serious problem that needs to be addressed carefully.

Anger and agitation are the most common symptoms of depression. If you think that your teen is showing any of these symptoms, do not ignore it. There are steps you can take to help your teenager overcome depression and lead a normal life again.

Go through this ClipBook to know more.


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