Depression and Morbid Obesity

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Depression caused by social ill-treatment is a common psychosocial effect of severe or morbid obesity. The social response to and treatment of obese individuals is frequently based on prejudice and ill-informed opinion. Studies even show that doctors and nurses are unsympathetic towards patients suffering from severe overweight. A survey of severely obese patients found that nearly 80 percent reported being treated disrespectfully by the medical profession.

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Negative social attitudes towards obese people can promote psychological distress and increase the risk of the morbidly obese person developing a psychological disorder like clinical depression. Alternatively, the social stigma attached to morbid obesity can lead to increased overeating as well as substance abuse.

Anti-Depression Drugs Can Cause Weight Gain

Health studies as well as anecdotal evidence indicate that anti-depression medications lead to weight gain. Given the association between obesity and depression, anti-depression drug treatment requires careful monitoring and follow-up.

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