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I’m on an antidepressant called Dom-Citalopram. Does it increase my risk of getting Alzheimer’s?

Antidepressants can affect concentration more than memory, but the effect is caused by the medication itself rather than by a deterioration of the nerve cells, which is what happens in Alzheimer’s disease. Usually, once you stop taking antidepressants, the problem goes away, which can’t be said for Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease appears to be linked to a very high level of toxemia and in particular to the accumulation of heavy metals. 

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