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    Physical effects of depression
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    maydog posted:
    I find that I have a very strong physical response to my depression. All of the major muscles groups in my body become incredibly sore, and it's frankly a struggle to get up to use the bathroom. I know that it's related to my mind because when I go to work, I become so submerged in my work (distracted from my mind) that the physical symptoms go away for that time. When I get home, they all come back and all movement feels like I'm pushing through and ocean of sand. I wish I could work out, I know it would help me, I just am in so much pain. I'm not sure if anyone else has this symptom or any suggestions on how to help. Thanks.
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