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A large number of people with Alzheimer's disease also have depression. Treating this depression is important because it may make it easier to deal with the changes occurring due to Alzheimer's. Treatment options include antidepressants, physical exercise, support groups, counseling, and reducing social isolation.
quality of life, symptoms, loss of interest , social withdrawal, memory problems, impaired concentration, antidepressants, exercise , physical activity , support groups , counseling
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