GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Male Depression Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"Men make up over 75% of suicide victims in the United States, with one man killing himself every 20 minutes."

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"Five percent of men in the U.S. report experiencing daily feelings of depression or anxiety."

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"Depression rates are slightly higher among working-age men (7%) than among teenage boys (5%)."

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"While 9% of men in the U.S. have daily feelings of anxiety or depression, only 41% of those men take medication for those feelings."

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"Just over 30% of men who report daily feelings of anxiety or depression have spoken to a mental health professional."

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"Men are four times more likely to complete suicide than women, even though women make more attempts."

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"The male suicide rate is highest among men aged 75 and older, at 39.7 per 100,000."

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"Unemployed men are more than twice as likely to commit suicide as those with jobs."

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"Men with depression are more than twice as likely to abuse or become dependent on alcohol."

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"About 6 million men suffer from depression every year in United States."

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"A significant number of men, nearly 19 million, are affected by depression annually, worldwide."

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"Many men do not recognize, acknowledge, or seek help for their depression, with an estimated 50% of individuals with major depression not receiving treatment."

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"Despite the higher rate of depression among women, the suicide rate for men is 3 to 5 times higher."

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"About 30 percent of all men who are depressed abuse substances."

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"Depression increases the risk of diabetes by 60 percent in men."

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"Men are less likely to recognize that they are depressed or seek help for depression, with more than 70% avoiding seeking help from mental health professionals."

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"Men are more likely to report fatigue, irritability, loss of interest in work/hobbies, and sleep disturbances as symptoms of depression."

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"Men have higher rates of alcohol and other substance addictions, which are often related to depression."

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