Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a serious health issue and is common in around 10% of menstruating women. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is slightly different from premenstrual dysphoric disorder and is more severe than PMS.
More research is required to understand the root cause of the development of postnatal depression. Other causes seem to be stressful events post-childbirth, anxiety, the responsibility of the baby, feeling isolated, etc.
Human beings are prone to picking up one or another habit, be it bad or good habits. The reasons for this could be many, like influence from surrounding factors such as peer pressure, inclinations towards a particular habit, current psychological health, etc.
Autism in children & adults often faces discrimination and stigma leading to many other issues such as mental health problems, education opportunities, healthcare issues, and many other opportunities needed to participate in different activities and everyday life.
It is important to note that the difficulty is with motivation and not intellect or ability. Possible deficits in academic or working capacity come about as a result of inattention as secondary outcomes but can be managed and worked around.
Preventing misbehavior is obviously preferable to dealing with it after it has occurred. Most experts contend that the best way to prevent classroom misbehavior is to provide a stimulating curriculum that involves students so successfully that they spend little time thinking of misbehaving.