Cushing’s Found to Cause ‘Persistent Mental Health Problems’ in Patients

Cushing’s Found to Cause ‘Persistent Mental Health Problems’ in Patients

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Cushing’s Found to Cause ‘Persistent Mental Health Problems’ in Patients

For years before and after their diagnosis, people with Cushing’s disease use more psychotropic medications — those that affect mood, thoughts, or perception — for mental health problems than their healthy peers, a study in Sweden found. Notably, patients experiencing long-term disease remission still showed higher use of antidepressants and sleeping pills than healthy individuals. These findings highlight Cushing’s persistent negative effects on mental health, according to researchers. Additionally, the results of this study, based…

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