How Depression Affects Movement: Energy, Psychomotor Retardation & Leaden Paralysis — Mental Health @ Home


REBLOG: Please read this wonderful article by Ashley over at MH&H.

Depression is a mental illness that very often has physical effects. There are several ways that depression can affect movement, and this post will explore low energy, psychomotor retardation, and leaden paralysis. These symptoms can occur in both bipolar and unipolar depression. Low Energy Fatigue is one of the most commonly experienced symptoms of depressed. …

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