New Research Says Depression Is Not A Choice, It's A Form Of Brain Damage
A study conducted by the ENIGMA MDD Working group has broken many notions of how depression affects the brain.
It has been believed for a number of years that brain damage caused or worsened chances of chronic depression.
This study provided impressive data that shows that persistent depression causes physiological damage to the brain.
This gives everyone more reason to try to be positive and happy.
Published in Molecular Psychology, the study surveyed an unprecedented 9,000 individual samples.
The relationship between depression and damage is specifically revealed in the health of the hippocampus.