Antidepressants apparently keep a lot of people functional, according to new data from the federal government.
The most recent statistics about antidepressant use in the United States, released Wednesday, show 11% of Americans ages 12 and older take the medication. Antidepressants are the most common prescription drug used by people ages 18 to 44. Almost one-quarter of all women ages 40 to 59 take antidepressants.
Click here to read the entire article. You will be stunned.
What if some disaster happened and drugs were suddenly unavailable? Where would that leave us? Our need for medication keeps us imprisoned. Sometimes this is unavoidable, and we deal with it.
But are 11% of all Americans over 12 years of age really clinically depressed?
I don’t think that’s part of God’s plan. Do you?
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P.S.S. In case you’re really interested in Sound Therapy specifically, Here are some links for sound therapy providers, but I think the right music on iTunes can be pretty effective 😉