Tags : Depression


Number of young Thais with major depressive disorder increasing –

Thailand’s Department of Mental Health expressed concern on Wednesday (June 12) that the number of Thai teenagers and young adults suffering from major depressive disorder (MDD) is on the increase, citing the fact that youths aged from 11-25 years old accounted for 13,658 out of a total 40,635 cases calling its mental health hotline in […]Read More


Depression to hit Prachuap Khiri Khan today

A depression with wind speed at its epic-centre averaging 55 km/h was to make landfall in the southern province of Prachuap Khiri Khan province on Saturday and will result in isolated heavy rainfall in the southern, central and eastern regions as well as Bangkok Metropolis from today until Monday. The Meteorological Department warned people in […]Read More


Depression warning for North and Northeast on July 23-24

The Meteorological Department today warned people in the North and in Northeast to brace for intense rains and heavy rains in some areas tomorrow and Tuesday due to depression. According to the department’s report, depression was detected in the Bay of Tonkin at 10 am on Sunday with its epic-centre at 19.5 latitude to the […]Read More


1.5 million Thais suffering from depression

BANGKOK, 5th November 2017 (NNT) – The Department of Mental Health has disclosed that up to 1.5 million people in Thailand are suffering a major depressive disorder (MDD). Director-General of the Department of Mental Health Dr. Boonruang Triruangworawat chaired the “National Mental Health Week” event which is taking place at CentralPlaza Chaengwattana until November 7th. […]Read More


More rains anticipated as a depression is hovering in South

The Meteorological Department has warned people in the Northeast, the eastern and central regions to brace for more rains next week as a result of a depression in the South China Sea. The department said that the low pressure area in the central part of the South China Sea had developed into a depression at […]Read More


Depressed Chinese tourist attempts suicide in Phuket resort

PHUKET: A Chinese tourist was taken to Thalang Hospital this morning (January 31) after attempting suicide in the room of the Pa Khlok resort where she was staying. The tour guide for the group, Kanit Saeloh, told The Phuket News that the woman arrived in Phuket with her four friends from Yunnan two days ago, […]Read More


More rain expected in Southern and Northern Thailand

BANGKOK, 21 February 2013 (NNT) – The Meteorological Department warned residents in the North and South of Thailand to brace for heavy rains during the next few days. The weather bureau said that a high pressure cell from China is covering the Northeast, bringing thunder showers and strong winds. The temperature is also expected to […]Read More