17 Jun 2015

Publication: Risk factors for depression during perimenopause

Perimenopause is often associated with varying levels of psychological distress. Research has identified this time as a period of increased risk for both depression and psychosis. However, we know that the majority of women do not experience these difficulties during perimenopause. This chapter examines the current research literature looking at the factors associated with mental health difficulties during perimenopause, including both protective factors and those associated with increased risk.

Reference: Gibbs, Z., Kulkarni, J. Risk factors for depression during perimenopause. Diana Barnes (ed), Women's Reproductive Mental Health Across the Lifespan (2014) pp. 215-233
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