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Depression After Traumatic Brain Injury

      Feeling sad and “not yourself” are normal responses to the stresses of recovering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). But if these feelings interfere with your daily life and do not get better over time, you may have depression. This guide will discuss the definition, prevalence, causes, and treatment options for depression in individuals recovering from TBI.
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