This Book Is What You Need To Overcome Two Common But Serious Mental Health Issues
Did you know that anxiety is the most common mental health issue in the U.S.?
Did you know that major depressive disorder is the main cause of disability in the U.S. for ages 15-44?
Did you know that around 25% of pregnant women experience depressive symptoms but very few take them seriously?
Certain groups of people are more prone to mood disorders. For example, 25% of teenagers have symptoms of anxiety disorder. Sadly, their parents often chalk it up to laziness or a lack of respect – instead of taking their children seriously and helping them get treatment.
Another potentially endangered group are pregnant women because they have to go through dramatic hormonal changes that can disrupt the biochemistry of their brains.
When the baby is born, the depression often continues as postpartum depression – making it very difficult to bond with the baby and take care of them. In severe cases, a woman may harm herself or her baby.