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Being depressed ups your dementia risk, warns study

by , 15 August 2014

A study showed that patients suffering from depression have a higher risk of developing dementia.

We know that depression and dementia go hand-in-hand, but what's new is that many patients report suffering from depression BEFORE the diagnosis of dementia.

That's why it's so important to get help when you suffer from depression. It involves fairly simple care that means you protect your future mental health!

Here are some of the steps you can take to get help…

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Reach out for help if you have depression so it doesn’t leave you with dementia too

 
Step 1: Seek professional advice
 
There are plenty of people you can go to for advice for treatment of depression.
 
It’s best to see your family doctor, or if you choose, look for a professional specialising in the field on the internet.
 
Whoever you choose, even if it’s a friend or family member, the first step is to reach out.
 
Step 2: Be honest
 
When you speak to someone about how you feel, be honest with them. They can only help you if you tell them the truth and you don’t put on a brave front.
 
It’ll also help you get to the root cause of the problem if there is one and you can start the healing process from there.
 
Step 3: Don’t stop treatment
 
If your doctor puts you on treatment and you start to feel better, don’t stop treatment. Your doctor needs to monitor you and make the decision to take you off medication. You could make things worse if you simply stop.
 
It may seem a lot harder to get help if you don’t admit to having a problem. But not getting the right treatment can lead to all sorts of health issues, including putting you at risk of developing dementia.

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