Late Life Depression


Depression and other mood disorders are common among older people and are often under-diagnosed. Depression later in life is more challenging to treat than depression in young individuals. Late-onset depression may be related to cognitive impairment due to brain dysfunction. People with late-life depression may not respond as well to antidepressants as younger patients and may have other medical problems and take other medications that may complicate their treatment plan.

Learn more about geriatric psychiatry at: https://www.nyp.org/psychiatry/services/geriatric-psychiatry

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