Depression has been identified as a symptom of dementia

May 27, 2019 Erica Albright 0

Depression is considered to be a factor of dementia. The person with depression is more likely to have dementia. Some experts have the opinion that this is because depression has many changes in the brain, and vascular or pulse problems, and due to these changes, dementia is more likely. People with depression will not have dementia, but in them, the probability of dementia is higher than others.