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Will the real depression please stand up

Discussion in 'Lifestyle Management' started by Nielk, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. Nielk

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    Interesting article Marc. I never would have thought that there was a connection between inflammation and depression.
    They mention that younger people are increasing this manifestation because of a "clean" environment but, I'm thinking maybe it's because they are given so many immunization shots for every possible illness. Their immune system doesn't get a chance to "practice" fighting off invading microbes.
    I always assumed that I suffer from depression on and off because of my pathetic state of health and the frustrations I encounter. I never thought that it might be due to inflammatory in my body that affects the brain. Maybe that explains why anti depressants never helped me?
     

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