We all work and live under constant stress but pay little attention to it. In the lack of this, we see ourselves fighting a lot of demons and issues in our everyday life. Women, in particular, are far more affected by mental health problems than men. According to a global study, mental illnesses affect one in every 5 woman as compared to one in every 12 men.
While there is no conclusive evidence for the gender gap, women tend to take on more responsibilities at home and work than men. It is also due to a combination of factors which affect them biologically and socially. All of these factors make women more perceptible to illnesses and the sad thing is, they realize it when it is already late.
Here are some of the most commonly reported mental health issues in women.