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Can Hypocalcemia cause depression?


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Hypocalcemia can cause depression


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Deffinately. It depends greatly on how low your actual calcium is but I suffer from hypocalcemia and my bones ache alot along with muscle cramps and tetany.

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The ECG of a patient with hypocalcemia will show q number of different distinct patterns. The ECG will show a T wave that is inverted and flattened, a prolongation of the QT interval, a narrowing of the QRS complex, a prolonged ST and ST depression, a reduction in the PR interval, and a prominent U wave.

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no there were many other long term cause which helped cause the great depression. the wall street crash was a cataylst that sped up the depression. if the wall street crash never happened the long term cause would have cause the depression on their own eg overproduction, tariffs etc

The actual music probably can't cause depression. Sure, there are songs that can move people but it isn't likely to cause depression. Perhaps some songs can remind you of things that can make you feel upset, and over time it could lead to depression.

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