Study on Link Between Heart Attacks in Women with Depression
The Heart Attack and Depression Link
Current Depression and Heart Attack
One in 10 American adults said they currently have depression or are on depression treatment. Whether or not they have had a heart attack dramatically increased their depression risk:
- 8 percent is the current depression rate for people who have never had a heart attack.
- 17 percent is the rate for people who have had a heart attack.
Heart Attack and Lifetime Depression Risk
Almost one in five U.S. adults surveyed said they had been diagnosed with depression at some point. Lifelong rates of depression rose much higher for those who had experienced a heart attack:
- 15 percent is the lifetime depression rate for people who have never had a heart attack.
- 30 percent is the rate for people who have had a heart attack.
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