Depression and heart diseases are a two-way street. These are two common conditions and an individual may be afflicted with both the conditions together. In effect, people struggling with a heart disorder are twice more likely to suffer from depression as compared to the general population. On the other hand, depressed people also face a heightened risk of developing a heart disease.
While depression is one of the most common mental health issues in the U.S., heart ailments are also becoming one of the key reasons contributing to several fatalities not only here but worldwide. A review of the previously conducted […] Read more