Study on Link Between Heart Attacks in Women with Depression



The Heart Attack and Depression Link

Current Depression and Heart Attack

Heart-Attack-Depression-Image-2One 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

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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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