Depression, Celiac Disea
Suffering from Anxity, Depression, Hypertension, Diabities Type-II, Celiac Disease, Insomania, GERD, IBS, Spondilasisy, Back-ache, Fatty Liver, Obesity, High Chlostrol, Abdominal Pain, Body Pains, Flat Feet, Restless leg syndrom, carpol syndrom, mood swings, negative thoughts, Vision Loss, Acute Gastrotites, Acid Reflux, Scitica, Nerves Weakness
Doctor Answers (1) on Depression, Celiac Disea
Hello. It can be severely impairing to suffer from so many illnesses. Diabetes, hypertension cause depression and anxiety not just because of physical limitations but they are also related with a biological causation. Chronic pain is one of the most frequently associated Como Rabidity with depression and anxiety. Howsoever, it is even more important to know that depression and anxiety not just affect your mental health but also negatively impair your diabetic and hypertensive control by reducing your motivation to take medicines on time, regulating your diet etc and also by reducing your energy to make the extremely important lifestyle modifications to keep yourself healthy. The perception of pain threshold too reduces in depression and anxiety. Even though you are on antidepressant nexito, you would require a modification of dose or addition of some other medication for adequate control of your symptoms. You should also seek regular counseling to help you deal effectively with the day to day problems you face, which would help you control your physical and mental difficulties effectively. Good luck.
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