The Eurofound analysis shows that the percentage of depression in females between the age of 15 to 24 is 17% in Ireland contrast to EU percentage which is about 9%. According to a new study, the percentage of depression is high In Ireland.
The new study shows that major cause of depression and stress is the financial crisis which influences the lives of the younger generation in 2016 and 2019. With the 78% increase in homelessness impact the lives of young adults.
Eurostat study show females between ages 15-24 are more likely to suffer from hopelessness than young men. Then this depression leads towards many eating disorders like anorexia or bulimia etc.
The report says ‘Over the EU, 14% of youthful grown-ups are in danger of depression, and 4% of youngsters matured 15-24 experience the ill effects of constant misery. Young ladies are bound to get themselves not in work, education or training, and are altogether bound to endure burdensome indications than young men.
Additionally, The report emphasizes that sexual orientation is a significant factor in depression: ‘young ladies were bound to experience the ill effects of depression in most Member States, with critical sex holes recorded in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Ireland.