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Headaches may be a symptom of depression

Experts warn that persistent headaches may be a symptom of untreated and undiagnosed depression. Other physical symptoms of depression may be muscle aches and stomach aches. Depression may be treated with good diet and exercise habits, stress management techniques and if necessary, drugs such as antidepressants and serotonin inhibitors.

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Date: 3 December 2004

Source: WYTV News


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