Depression, or feeling sad, is a normal emotion. For most of us, over time we learn to overcome our troubles or accept changes in our lives. But for othesr, the depression can become so servere that it dominates their lives and prevents them from coping as they used to.
Both Type 2 diabetes and High blood pressure share common risks factors such as obesity, an unhealthy diet and physican inactivity. Having both high blood pressure and diabetes greatly increase your risks of having a heart attack, stroke, diabetic eye disease and kidney disease.