Preventing Depression After Brain Injury: A Reason for Hope

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On “Psychology Behind the Headlines”, hosts Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest Dr. Jude Black discuss on the new research on brain injury and mental health.

Brain Injuries Can Trigger Depression

TBI creates physical changes in the brain, sometimes leading to depression and other mental health challenges.

Prevention Is Key

This study suggests that early treatment with antidepressants might ‘reset’ the brain, reducing the risk of depression later on.

Boosting Brain Power

Antidepressants work by increasing the brain’s ability to change and heal itself. This can aid recovery after a TBI.

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