Depressed People with Diabetes more likely to develop Serious Eye Disease

re1ndeer
By re1ndeer Latest Reply 2011-08-21 15:32:01 -0500
Started 2011-08-19 23:37:07 -0500

I was floating around the web, reading different articles when I came across this article.
Many of us get depressed from time to time but, some have a really hard time, relating to thsi disease - Diabetes.
I'm going to share this article with everyone, if you know someone who is having a hard time excepting their diagnosis have them read this article.

Here is the article : http://diabetesnews.com/


4 replies

realsis77
realsis77 2011-08-20 12:15:52 -0500 Report

Wow scarey. I have depression. I've had it for 20 years. Finally I found an antidepressant that worked for me after trying so many. It is prestique. It works not only with the sertoine in the brain but with the dopamine also. It was as if someone turned a light on! Most other antidepressants are the same all working ONLY with seratoine in the brain all basically the same. Some even made me more depressed! This pill was a God send for me! Giving me more energy and making me feel so much better! If you suffer with depression maybe its time to discuss your options with your doctor.PRESTIQUE has made a huge difference in my life!

re1ndeer
re1ndeer 2011-08-20 14:43:52 -0500 Report

Thanks so much for your response. I always seem to see so many people posting about depression that I thought I better post this. Maybe, it might help someone.

realsis77
realsis77 2011-08-21 11:07:45 -0500 Report

Yes! Thank you for your post! I understand depression as I've had it for over 20 years now. When I finally found something that actually helped I feel I must tell to possiably help another. So many times we try pill after pill all really being the same. When I finally found this prestique it was actually different! I just want to share with others who also might be suffering! :) hopefully it can help someone else so they don't have to wait 20 years like I did for something to work!

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