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Re: Brain Health

Postby cactuspete » Wed May 02, 2018 8:18 am

surfsteve: It makes sense that there would be an inverse correlation between depression and general health. That does seem like a no brainer and so anything that has a negative effect on general health is likely to increase the probability that someone might suffer from depression. Whether it's loss of mobility, inflammation of the brain, fatigue, something like valley fever, or any of a long list of diverse ailments, all are likely to increase the chances of depression. As for foods, I expect that different people have different sensitivities or even allergies that could trigger a number of health problems which might produce depression as a side effect.
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