Friday, August 22, 2014

MS and Depression

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Depression has become a widely known and, though sometimes misunderstood, it is quite common among the general population.  The rate of clinical depression, the most severe form of depression, is significantly higher in multiple sclerosis patients than in the general population.  Find out the risks of depression and speak up for yourself if you experience any symptoms.

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Multiple Sclerosis is a disease which can definitely have a great impact upon one's mood.  Depression and even euphoria can be symptoms of this disease.  Some people with MS may also be very emotionally volatile with great mood swings.  But in addition to this emotional turbulence about ten percent of us who have Multiple Sclerosis…

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Lisa Emrich, Health Guide, commented on Multiple Sclerosis you learn to live… Hi Manta,   You've got a great outlook on life.  Thank you so…

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Lisa Emrich, Health Guide, commented on Mental Health and MS: Depression… Annie,   It's really hot today and I'm finding myself inside with the…

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