Research shows the average person makes four or five decisions per hour. The vast majority of these decisions require little forethought, but a person with depression can find even the smallest decisions difficult when normal thought processes are interrupted. Depression can also make individuals more forgetful and cause problems with concentration. Medications used to treat depression can also cause memory problems.
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