Women Mental health
Research demonstrates that women are more often than men diagnosed with depression (mainly certain symptoms). Women are more likely to develop a typical depression in winter, with a seasonal emotional disorder. A typical depression includes symptoms such as heavy sleep, food, weight gain, and feelings of guilt. Although men often direct their internal problems to the outside world, women tend to blame themselves and make them feel miserable and unworthy. Women experience mental disorder at the time of their hormonal change like perinatal depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder and perimenopause related depression and during pregnancy.