Treatment of Depression in young adults by Sanjay Jain

Treatment of Depression in young adults by Sanjay Jain

Most people at their young age becomes a victim of depression. And according to WHO (World Health Organisation), 10 to 20% of young adults worldwide have a mental illness but remain under-diagnosed and untreated. Feeling low and sad every day and lack of interest in doing any task are some signs of depression. These symptoms look quite reasonable for a few days, but when it continues for a longer duration and starts affecting your daily life, then it becomes an illness which is also called “depression”.

Depression in young adults is one most common mental illnesses around the whole world. And it the most treated disease too. And it is said that  “80% of the adults who receive the treatment for depression live a better quality of life than they were living before.”

This is the saying of Dr. Sanjay Jain, one of the most acclaimed psychiatric doctors in Jaipur. With 15 plus research experience in psychiatric and mental illness, Dr. Sanjay Jain made it possible to give young adults a whole new life by treating mental illness.

Our Treatment

Medication and psychotherapy are the panaceas for treating depression which gives the best results. The type of treatment you get will be based on your symptoms and medical history. We offer the best-customized treatments to cure mental depression in Jaipur, which includes Behavioural activation and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy).

With the experience of more than years in the field of mental health and illness, Dr. Sanjay Jain and Jain Psychiatric Jaipur have treated several patients with utmost care and love.

What are the causes of Depression?

There can be many reasons that give rise to mental illness in a person. And it ranges from biological factors to circumstantial factors. Some of them are mentioned below:

1. Family medical history: 

  There are favorable chances of having depression if you have a family history of mental illness and depression. For example, if your father or grandfather has a medical history of depression, then there are 40% chances that you might also have one.

2. Early Childhood incidents:

 There are some events that happened in the past childhood time that causes an adverse effect in a child’s brain.

3. Structure of Brain:

Doctors have said that if the front lobe of your brain is less active, then there’s a higher risk for depression in a person. However, the doctors are unable to identify if this happens before or after the depression symptoms in a person.

4. Medical Conditions:

 Medical conditions like  ADHD ( Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), chronic illness, lack of sleep (insomnia) put you at a higher possibility of getting a mental illness/depression.

5. Alcohol and Drugs:

Addiction to drugs in teenagers is hazardous physically as well as mentally. A person having a history of drug addiction is more prone to depression than others.

Symptoms of depression in young adults

Depression is more than being in a low life state or feeling blue sometimes. It is more than that. Severe depression can cause several changes in the body; it affects you physically and mentally.

Here are some symptoms that one can experience if he/she is suffering from depression:

  • Getting mood changes like instant aggressiveness, restlessness and getting irritated on small things are the most common signs of depression.
  • Feeling lost and lack of interest in doing favourite things and getting tired quickly.
  • Excessive use of drugs and alcohol regularly. Suicidal thoughts and taking part in high-risk tasks.
  • Change in sleeping patterns can be seen in a person suffering from depression, for, e.g. insomnia, excessive sleeping and lack of sleep.
  • Physical changes like headaches, stomach infections, and fatigue can be seen in a person having a mental illness.

Why choose Jain Neuropsychiatry Clinic?

If you’re looking for the best depression treatment, then Psychiatrist Jaipur is the best choice for you. We deal with the best care treatments for depression, Bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses in a person.

While dealing with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), we prefer treatments that don’t include medicines. We replace negative thoughts of a person with positive thoughts.

We use the medication in severe cases of depression only because we feel that the patient require care and love more than medicine.


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