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These Foods Can Greatly Increase Your Risk of Depression

A racing heartbeat, tightness in the chest, rapid breathing, irritability, negative thoughts, persistent feelings of sadness-do any of these sound familiar? If so, you may be one of the 40 million Americans affected by depression and anxiety. This number may be even higher today, considering the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that COVID caused a 25 percent increase in depression and anxiety disorders globally.

Of course, many other factors could be to blame for our declining mental health, such as overuse of social media, isolation, and escalating stress from our hectic work, family, and social lives. Read more…

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