Alcohol Use Disorder Raises the Risk of Persistent, Recurrent Major Depression – Psychiatry Advisor

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Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a risk factor for the long term persistence or recurrence of major depression, according to a study published in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.

Recurrent depression may be linked to substance use disorders more broadly, and abstinence from alcohol or other addictive substances may play a role in the resolution of depressive symptoms..

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