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Brain Inflammation & Depression: The New Link to Better Health


Published December 8, 2017

Depression has long been a deeply individual and personalized issue for whoever suffers from it. It rarely affects two people in the exact same way. Many people will suffer from mild symptoms, while others struggle with deeply debilitating symptoms that severely limit daily functioning. It can be chronic or periodic. For these reasons and many others, treating depression can be a frustrating battle for many to contend with. One treatment method (or combination of methods) that may work well for one patient could be vastly different from what is needed to help another. However, new research has uncovered a link to inflammation in the body, and specifically the brain, which may help to explain why many conventional treatments have failed for people with depression in the past. This new link can also help provide better understanding for healthcare practitioners to holistically treat patients. Read more…

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