What Triggers Depression?

Normally in our teenage years, we are exposed to numerous sudden and inexplicable mood swings as a result of our body undergoing numerous hormonal changes that prepare us for adulthood.

Aside from enhanced social pressures, the beginning of menstruation, for example, presents adolescent girls to premenstrual stress (or premenstrual syndrome) and the menstrual pains, the previous being a mix of physical and psychological symptoms, including short-term weight gain, fluid retention, anxiety, fits of mood and so forth.

Of these, anxiety is possibly one of the most typically recognized conditions that both women and males attest to, particularly at the onset of adolescence.