Prevalence of Associated Factors of Depressive Symptoms among School Going Children’s


  • Sonal B. Dhobe1 , Samruddhi Gujar2



prevalence, depression, mental illness, suicidal behavior.


Depression is the most often encountered in the world of mental illness. In adulthood these mental disorders
do not understand as people do not want to share their mental illness with health care providers, they are
fearful of receiving approval from the physician. The community people in the last century did not accept the
existence of mental illness to the children. Nowadays some studies can provide evidence of mental illness
and treatment, or the medical field is also evolving so that people believe disease and death rates. Earlier
studies show that depression is prevalent in adolescents (10% to 60%). The mood disorder (depressive
mood) may inform lows all around, people may go to sadness in this condition, and in a severe case, people
may end their lives. A person may suffer for a long period in a situation in which he or she feels sad and
does not participate in social, personal, professional life. In all life situations, the person feels low and does
not feel pleasure in everyday life, so if the individual can feel these things in their life so that they consider
depression. 3 influence of depression mood which is unusual at a particular age. This can lead to negative
effects on a friend, social, and family relationship. 4 most suicide and suicidal behavior can lead to major
depressive disorders. Younger depression can lead to chronic waxing and increased risk of major depression
in adulthood. Some studies can indicate that depression may occur early in adulthood as opposed to people’s
past lives.

Author Biography

Sonal B. Dhobe1 , Samruddhi Gujar2

Student, Medical Surgical Nursing, Smt. Radhikabai Meghe Memorial College of Nursing, Datta Meghe Institute
of Medical Sciences, (Deemed to be University), Sawangi (Meghe), 2
Clinical Instructor, Smt. Radhikabai Meghe
Memorial College of Nursing, Sawangi (M), Wardha



How to Cite

Sonal B. Dhobe1 , Samruddhi Gujar2. (2020). Prevalence of Associated Factors of Depressive Symptoms among School Going Children’s. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(1), 576-580.