Early risers are less vulnerable to mental health issues later in life, while those starting young are more vulnerable to depression, anxiety and stress, according to the researchers.
The study, published in the journal Epidemiology, measured the role of mood disorders in mental health for 13,000 people aged 45 온카지노to 64.
They found people with mental health problems were three times more likely to have been diagnosed with depression by age 30.
“More research is urgently needed to understand this phenomenon and to understand how individuals with mood disorders may also be vulnerable to future development, including depression, anxiety and other disorders like diabetes,” said study author Dr Mark Skelton, of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Sydney.
“We also found that those experiencing mental health problems in their early 20s were more likely to be diagnosed with depression and anxiety later in life.”
The researchers said their findings could help identify how different types of mental health problems may have a direct impact on children’s health later in life.
Dr Michael Greller, from the University of Birmingham, said previous research on children’s mental health is inconclusive because many children were not diagnosed with mental health issues.
“The question to ask is not, why do these groups have those conditions but r카지노 사이트ather, is there some mechanism linking those conditions to mental health that could contribute to the development of these children or their eventual mental health problems?” Dr Greller said.
“It could be mental health and learning disabilities, it could be social exclusion, or it could be childhood poverty.”
Researchers say there are no specific ways of d공주출장안마 공주출장샵etecting or predicting whether a child will develop any particular mental health condition, but this might be helpful in the short and long term.
The study included people with a number of health conditions, but did not include people with mental health problems, but it may have affected the conclusions of the authors.