The Science Of Depression: What You Need To Know

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Getting diagnosed with a long term, chronic illness can be harsh on you. It can make you feel down, sad. and even lead to depression. You feel that it’s not fair and that you shouldn’t be dealing with it. Right?

Did you know that, even thought it’s not very common, depression and other psychological symptoms could be a sign of lupus? Read more about 6 lesser known lupus symptoms you should know about.

In this video shared by AsapSCIENCE in 2014, learn more about depression. What is it? How does it affect people? What can it mean for patients and what’s going inside the head of a depressed person.

According to a study, depression and mood disorders can be common for systemic lupus erythematosus patients. Read about it here.

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