Entertainment More girls in 2021 newly treated because of depression

08:20  06 october  2022
08:20  06 october  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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in the second Corona year 2021, according to a study by the health insurance company DAK-Gesundheit in Brandenburg, comparatively many girls between the ages of 15 and 17 are newly ill. The number of new treatments among female teenagers in this age group increased by 12 percent to 32 cases per 1,000 insured persons compared to the pre-corona year 2019, the DAK Brandenburg said. The number of newly diagnosed anxiety disorders in teenage girls also increased by 14 percent to 31 cases per 1,000 insured persons in 2019.

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, however, fell by 17 percent to around 10 cases each 1000 insured. In the case of anxiety disorders, she sank to 8 cases. "The results of our child and youth report show that young girls suffer especially in pandemic," said Anke Grubitz, head of DAK health Brandenburg.

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The results also showed that boys and girls were dealing with the stress. " We know other studies that it is easier to open up girls and talk about their problems, ”explained Grubitz.” Boys are rather displacing them and, for example, flee in media consumption. » In the medium term, experts therefore also expected increasing numbers of mental illnesses and behavioral disorders in male teenagers.

The DAK's “children's and youth report” is based on the information on billing data from around 41,000 children and adolescents aged 17 years, which are in DAK health are insured in Brandenburg. The years 2018 to 2021 were analyzed. The report is based on data from over ten percent of all children and adolescents in the country and is representative of age and gender distribution.

according to the DAK data was in Brandenburg 2021 A decline in new age groups and genders. In the case of boys in primary school age between five and nine years, the number of newly diagnosed cases of obesity increased by 14 percent to 18 per 1000. In contrast, by eight percent of 17 cases. X 1

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