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Depression Statistics

Deoression anxiety suicide statistics

    • 20 M people suffer from depression
      • There was an 18% increase in depression cases between 2005 and 2015
      • 100M of which are treatment resistant

Depression Statistics

      • 20 M people suffer from depression
        • There was an 18% increase in depression cases between 2005 and 2015
        • 100M of which are treatment resistant

Depression Statistics

      • Depression is the leading case of disability worldwide with an estimated $1 trillion in lost productivity

Depression Statistics

    • Anxiety affects 40 million people over age 18 in the US, this is equivalent to 18%+ of the population every year.
      • There was 36% increase in anxiety cases in the US between 2016 adn 2017

Depression Statistics

    • Anxiety is treatable, yet only a third receive treatment

Depression Statistics

    • Those with an anxiety disorder are 3-5 times more likely to go to the doctor
    • Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 15-44

Depression Statistics

  • Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 15-44

https://www.depressionalliance.org/depression-statistics/#6There is one death by suicide in the US every 12 minutes

Depression Statistics

  • 42,773 deaths by suicide in 2014 in the US

Depression Statistics

  • $210B in lost earnings per year due to serious mental illness

Depression Statistics

  • Depression is the top 3 workplace issues in the US, along with family crisis and stress

https://www.depressionalliance.org/depression-statistics/#10Treatment & Research Funding:

  • ⅔s of those living with depression do NOT actively seek or receive adequate treatment

Depression Statistics

  • Anxiety is treatable, yet only a third receive treatment

Depression Statistics

  • Depression only receive 1/100th of the funding that breast cancer research receives annually

Depression Statistics

    • 22 veterans die by suicide every day
      • Those ages 50-59 are the most likely to commit suicide

Depression Statistics

    • Veterans are 15 times more likely to suffer from PTSD than a civilian in the US

Depression Statistics

Sources:

  • National Institute of Mental Health
  • World Health Organization: Mental Health
  • Data Sources: WHO (2017 and 2018); OECD, Eurostat (2006); Global Market Insights, Inc. (2016); CDC (2017)
  • Data Sources: APA (2017); BCBC (2017); Blader, J. C, et al.. (2007); Koenen, K.C., et al. (2017); Sasson, Yehuda, et al. (1997); Steel, Zachary, et al. (2009); The Lancet (2015); Our World in Data (2016); Harvard Medical School (2007); *derived from life-time prevalence