Amrita Study Shows Kerala Teens Suffer from Psychological Distress

One out of every five students in Kerala in the age group of 12-19 suffers from psychological distress, with its severity ranging from mild in 10.5 percent of students to moderate (5.4 percent) and severe (5 percent ), a study revealed. Studies across the state have also revealed the prevalence of physical abuse (75%), emotional abuse (85%) and sexual abuse (21%) among school-going adolescents, which are prime factors in triggering mental illnesses, informed Dr. Dinesan N., Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. 
 

Amrita Doctor Study Shows Kerala Teens Suffer from Psychological Distress

One out of every five students in Kerala in the age group of 12-19 suffers from psychological distress, with its severity ranging from mild in 10.5 percent of students to moderate (5.4 percent) and severe (5 percent ), a study revealed. Studies across the state have also revealed the prevalence of physical abuse (75%), emotional abuse (85%) and sexual abuse (21%) among school-going adolescents, which are prime factors in triggering mental illnesses, informed Dr. Dinesan N., Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. 
 

Amrita Doctor Study Shows Depression Among Students on the Rise

One out of every five students in Kerala in the age group of 12-19 suffers from psychological distress, with its severity ranging from mild in 10.5 percent of students to moderate (5.4 percent) and severe (5 percent ), a study revealed. Studies across the state have also revealed the prevalence of physical abuse (75%), emotional abuse (85%) and sexual abuse (21%) among school-going adolescents, which are prime factors in triggering mental illnesses, informed Dr. Dinesan N., Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. 
 

Amrita Study Shows Depression Among Students on the Rise

One out of every five students in Kerala in the age group of 12-19 suffers from psychological distress, with its severity ranging from mild in 10.5 percent of students to moderate (5.4 percent) and severe (5 percent ), a study revealed. Studies across the state have also revealed the prevalence of physical abuse (75%), emotional abuse (85%) and sexual abuse (21%) among school-going adolescents, which are prime factors in triggering mental illnesses, informed Dr. Dinesan N., Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences.