What increases my risk for masked depression?

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There are a number of factors that can increase your risk for masked depression. Experiencing a stressful event, particularly the loss of a loved one, can trigger the condition. A family history of depression, alcoholism, substance abuse, or suicide can also increase your risk for masked depression.

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