The surprising link between depression and memory

Exhaustion is a well-known aspect of depression—however, Thurston says there were other consequences of her depression that she was totally surprised by. She started struggling to remember things, even everyday events like going out to dinner with friends. “It felt like my brain and the sensors were kind of shut down, so [there was] not a lot of input to be saved related to the memory,” she says. From MSN.

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