Depression, well known to reduce workplace productivity, causes significantly greater productivity declines when accompanied by common co-occurring conditions such as fatigue, sleep problems or anxiety, according to a large new study presented recently at the American Psychiatric Association's 160th Annual Meeting in San Diego. The study also showed that co-occurring fatigue or sleep problems significantly increased depression-related healthcare costs.
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