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MONDAY, Oct. 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) People with depression tend to die earlier than expected a pattern that has grown stronger among women in recent years, new. At each wave, roughly 6 percent of adults had depression, based on a standard evaluation. And on average, those people had a shorter life span.

For example, a 25-year-old. More Evidence That Depression Shortens Lives. MONDAY, Oct.

23, 2017 People with depression tend to die earlier than expected a pattern that has grown stronger among. He said depression can indirectly shorten life span in a number of ways. Depressed people are less able to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and are more vulnerable to smoking and drinking. They may also be less equipped to manage any physical health conditions. He said depression can indirectly shorten life span in a number of ways.

Depressed people are less able to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and are more vulnerable to smoking and drinking. They may also be less equipped to manage any physical health conditions. He said depression can indirectly shorten life span in a number of ways. Depressed people are less able to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and are more vulnerable to smoking and drinking. They may also be less equipped to manage any physical health conditions.

More Evidence That Depression Shortens Lives People with depression tend to die earlier than expected—a pattern that has grown stronger among women in recent year. More Evidence That Depression Shortens Lives MONDAY, Oct. 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) — People with depression tend to die earlier than expected — a pattern that has grown stronger among women in recent years, new research finds. More Evidence That Depression Shortens Lives People with depression tend to die earlier than expected — a pattern that has grown stronger among women in recent years, new research finds.

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Other statistics in the box on page 16 show the scope of the problem today, but none may be more alarming than the data showing that depression tends to return.

“The Mindful Way Through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness” by J. Mark G. Williams, John D. Teasdale, Zindel V. Segal
from The Mindful Way Through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness
by J. Mark G. Williams, John D. Teasdale, Zindel V. Segal
Guilford Publications, 2007

And it has been estimated that 80 percent of the suicides in the United States are the result of biochemically-based depression.

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A second study cited to support the view that there has been no increase in depression over the course of a century is that by Murphy, Laird, Monson, Sobol, and Leighton (2000).

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Other studies have also reported significant reductions in outcome with depression.

“Scientific Foundations of Cognitive Theory and Therapy of Depression” by David A. Clak, Aaron T. Beck, Brad A. Alford
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A number of international studies have published prevalence estimates of “major depression.”

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Researchers have also noted an increase in depression with reduced sunlight.

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If part of this increase is due to the fact that people admit more readily to being depressed today than they did in the past, “the increase in the prevalence of depression appears to be an established fact …

“Weariness of the Self: Diagnosing the History of Depression in the Contemporary Age” by Alain Ehrenberg
from Weariness of the Self: Diagnosing the History of Depression in the Contemporary Age
by Alain Ehrenberg
McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2009

Similar rates of depression have also been reported by a range of subsequent researchers.

“The Psychology of Eating: From Healthy to Disordered Behavior” by Jane Ogden
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This “downward drift hypothesis” appears to hold true for depression as well.

“The Noonday Demon: An Atlas Of Depression” by Andrew Solomon
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Statistics show that depression affects about 17 million Americans, with 25 percent of the population likely to suffer diagnosable depression during their lifetime.

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  • As a depressed person, I know the problem is that there’s a chasm, a tiny little chasm, I’m somehow unable to bridge.

    The talk about “depressive realism” just makes me say “dude, if I told you that you should always just expect to be disappointed, well, you would hardly call me the greatest thinker ever, now would you? I mean, you never should expect you to always be number one? Makes sense, no?” Now there’s a dose of coldly depressed philosophy for you! (dodges rotten tomatoes) what did I tell you. Nobody listens.

    If anything, the only superpower depression gives you is that it’s easier to adopt a stoic worldview, because frankly it’s one of the known ways to stay sane in this world.

  • Moving is so important. With this technology people are killing themselves in front of their screens for hours at a time. Looking good, Grandma.

  • My Toronto grandparents had a garden, and were bootleggers reselling beer out their backdoor and holding poker parties from Friday night all the way through to early Sunday morning. Nana would take a nickle from each pot and serve beer/sandwiches. Everything was used up to the nth degree and then another use would be found. Granddad had chickens. He was from Glasgow and came over before WWI. They were very very poor, unbelievable poverty, but somehow they got on that ship and sailed to Canada. You got to have guts!!!!!

  • I’m only 30, right, so I have no real experience with aging thus far, but when I was 20, I thought I’d be dead by 25, then 30. Now, I’m back to school and I wouldn’t even THINK of trading my 30s for being 20 again lol! I’m still 20, but with 10 years of experience. XD

    It’s kinda sad that people fear aging though. It’s not like you can control it and, oddly enough, aging is not determined by the time that passes by but by your biology. My mom’s trying to scare me telling me I’ll be 40 in 10 years. I’m like “It won’t be the case for another 10 years, so why bother with it? I’ll have 10 more years of stories to tell if I do things right by that time. Why be afraid of it?”

  • Sorry I had to go. I would have loved to just hear her talk and talk and talk and I hear the dude interrupting her with his loud voice.

  • Hi. Very good videos. I am taking advanced research lithium orotate one tablet at night (4.6mg) for unipolar resistant depression. I found that it is causing some sort of somnolence and lethargy. Is that a common side efect? I am not suffering anxiety or depression for now. I dont know if I should stop the lithium. What do you suggest? Is it possible that this side effects diminish over time?

  • I think depressions, well is depressing but also makes me slow down and wait before thinking I know everything, the sad truth is we know very little overall

  • Hello. After watching your video and a lot of research, I’ve decided to put my mother on a supplement protocol including Lithium Orotate. She is a rapid cycler and is taking a very small dose of Wellbutrin which, I believe, is only helping her with some OCD issues. She also takes Temazepam for sleep.

    I am going to put her on a protocol for her mania and then a different one for her depression. Right now, I believe she is going to a depressive phase because she has been manic and several days ago had angry and inappropriate outbursts.

    Which part do I start her on and when? If she is manic right now, do I start her on the supplements for mania? When do I know to start her on the depression only meds? There’s a timing thing I’m missing I guess. Also, I know not to put her on NAC or L-Theanine while manic. But when depressed, does she continue the mania supplements along with the depressive supplements? For mania, I will have her take lithium, zinc, magnesium, omega 3, vitamin c, B12. For depression NAC Cysteine and L-Theanine. In mania, she will not take the NAC and L-Theanine. However, does she continue to take the mania protocol while taking the depression protocol? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

  • It’s doesn’t feel good to be depressed. Every single I try to do something, I just don’t because negative thoughts flood your mind.

  • Stress is an overload of energy.

    People who have an outlet, excercise regularly and tire themselves out creatively rarely suffer from stress.

  • WOW!!! Truly facinating work. I would really like to learn more on this subject. It answered a lot of questions, that have plagued me since I was Dx with depression.

  • I have social depression but I can’t compare my depression to someone else who has social depression. All types of depression are an individual illness. No two types of depression are exactly the same, So there isn’t any experiment in depressive objectiveness that can be accurate. We all interpret the world in our own way. Some people with depression may be more objective, While some may see the worst case scenario in everything. What would be more of an accurate experiment would be what traits cause a person to be more depressively objective.

  • Hi, I have trd, severe anxiety and cptsd…I’ve just finished ketamine infusion therapy 6 doses and am feeling better. My new Dr has been pushing lithium or depakote out to me in the 2 very brief conversations we’ve had. He doesn’t really know me at all and this bothers me. I have lithium o and nac and very much want to do all natural as much as possible. I had bad experiences with psych meds, thus the ketamine trial. I have very high stress and am just really wanting to feel ok and not crash down from the ketamine, but also calm. I meditate and take most of the vitamins you mentioned, plus turmeric. I wasn’t sure about ltyrosine and the max again. Thanks so much!!!

  • Grandma is so lovely! You are so fortunate to have her. My grandmother was a firecracker…I would have loved to have interviewed her on camera.

  • You need to research the federal reserve and money is debt to learn how the great depression was orchestrated by the cartel. Inflation is nothing but the Fed pumping more currency into the economy. Rising prices are only the symptom. As long as the Fed is in control depressions, recessions, booms, busts, and bubbles will exist.