The ophthalmic fibril is a condition in which the vestibule, which is the upper part of the heart, contracts very quickly at very high speed, and the speed of heart increases suddenly, causing a sudden increase in heart rate. However, the risk of stroke increases when the frequency of thrombosis increases.
Researcher at the University of Aarhus University Morten Fanger-Grön, a public health professor at the University of Aarhus in Denmark, conducted an investigation of 785,254 medical records of depressed patients, who were prescribed against anti-migrants between 2000 and 2013, the online e-mail reporting May 21.
The effect of air pressure was 3.18 times higher in the first month after the prescribing of antidepressants than in the general population. However, the effect of air pressure was 7.65 times higher during the month before the antidepressant recipe.
However, the incidence of air pressure began to decrease gradually after one month of antidepressant treatment, falling 1.37 times in 2 to 6 months and 1.11 times in 6 to 12 months.
The results show that depressed patients have a high risk of atrial fiber, but the use of antidepressants will probably lower these risks, Fengger-Ghosn explained.
There is also evidence that counterparters themselves are not associated with perrila fibrillation.
This result also suggests a relationship between mind and heart.
Pengger-Gogh noted that the depression can increase the risk of coronary artery disease that nourishes myocardial blood and worsens the prognosis.
The study was published in the current issue of the European Journal of Prevented Cardiology.