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Scientists: Your voice can reveal a deadly mental illness before it’s even diagnosed

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Experts have found that those who have a monotonous and sullen voice are more likely to suffer from depression.

German researchers found that people with a wider vocal range were more open and satisfied with life. While those who had a monotonous voice were more prone to depression.

According to the Depression Support Alliance and Biploar, those who suffer from depression are 20% more likely to commit suicide than those who do not have the disease.

In a study published in the Journal of Voice, the team analyzed the voices of more than 2,000 people aged 19 to 80 to find out what their voices said about their physical and mental health.

The researchers found that voice can be a strong predictor of mental health, and people with a “significantly” lower vocal range are more likely to be unhappy.

But they also found that a person’s voice says very little about their physical health.

Source: Sun

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