cholesterol and depression
People with low cholesterol have more depression. People taking cholesterol lowering drugs, statins, can become more depressed. Studies in the last ten years show a connection between total low cholesterol and depression and impulsive behaviour including suicide and violence.
Study after study shows a connection between low cholesterol and depression. People with suicidal tendencies have been associated with ‘low serum cholesterol’. This is cholesterol levels of less than 160. These are 200 times more likely to attempt suicide. This also shows a connection to bipolar. Those with bipolar are much more likely to attempt suicide if they have low cholesterol.
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