Depression Therapy: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in two Americans will suffer a mental health disorder in their lifetime. In fact, depression, schizophrenia, and addiction are among the World Health Organization’s five most common illnesses in adults between 18 and 44. Many mental illnesses, however, bear social stigmas not shared by physical disorders. For example, depression is not likely to inspire the same sympathy as a heart disease despite the American Heart Association reporting that one in five heart attack patients also suffer from depression. Not only that, but a patient with symptoms of depression who suffers a heart attack is six times more likely to die in the following months. Depression therapy helps save lives!
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