Could your blood pressure pills be making YOU depressed? Common tablets 'double the risk of developing a mood disorder'



Taking common blood pressure tablets could increase the risk of depression, a study has warned. 
Globally, just over a fifth of adults aged 18 and over with raised blood pressure in 2014 with about ten million affected in the UK.
Dubbed the silent killer, the condition is often symptomless yet is a leading cause of stroke, which strikes around 150,000 Britons every year and kills 40,000. 
Now researchers have found patients on beta blockers and calcium channel blockers - used to stabilise blood pressure - were twice as likely to be hospitalised with mood disorders.
Meanwhile those on ACE... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Health, Views: 47
Source: Daily Mail
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