Depression

According to WHO, depression is the leading cause of disability in the developed world. (4)

In the U.S, depression is the most widely reported disorder, with over 25% of adolescents affected by at least mild depressive symptoms.

Around one in 35 young Australians aged 4 to 17 experience a depressive disorder. (5)

Depression is more than twice as prevalent in females aged 15-20 compared to same age males. (6)

Only about a half of the depressed youth had ever told a professional of their depression. (7)

If diagnosed early and with the right form of treatment, depression can be better managed.

Map Of Mind provides information on Depression in a story form so that it can be easily understood. It aims to increase awareness of symptoms and better management of the symptoms of depression.

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