Sunday, June 18, 2006

Now That's Just Sad

No one likes feeling down. But down and like a dim bulb? That's just adding insult to injury. Yet new research suggests this may be exactly what happens to some people. When depression -- even moderate depression -- is combined with aging, it increases the risk of mild cognitive decline in just a few years. And half the cases of mild cognitive decline develop into full-blown dementia. Which underscores why persistently feeling "just a little down" should always be treated, not shrugged off.RealAge Benefit: Taking care of your emotional health and well-being can make your RealAge up to 16 years younger.

Originally published on 06/18/2006.
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