Depression is a mental disorder that affects people of all ages. More than 264 million worldwide are suffering from depression. Although this is a mental disease, we know how interconnected the mind and the body are. Depression affects physical health negatively and causes vitally damaging physical illnesses. Let us take a look at the possible physical consequences of depression.
7. Kidney Functions
Whether the person suffering from depression has healthy kidneys or has chronic kidney disease, depression affects them regardless. If you are, unfortunately, developing the illness, depression speeds it up. Depression increases the inflammatory protein which triggers an autoimmune response. This could be one of the possible reasons why depression increases the chances of kidney diseases.