GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Mental Illness Recovery Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"A research found that about 29% of 20-year-old respondents were in recovery, decreasing to 25% of 32-year-olds, and increasing to 58% of 65-year-olds."

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"A statistic shows that stigma of mental illness is a major barrier to mental health care, as 60% of adults with a mental health illness don’t receive care due to stigma."

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"A research found that about 29% of 20-year-old respondents were in recovery, decreasing to 25% of 32-year-olds, and increasing to 58% of 65-year-olds."

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"Mental health services should aim to foster recovery and well-being for people of all ages living with mental health problems and illnesses, and uphold their rights."

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"A study found that those recovering from psychosis had a higher fear of illness recurrence than those recovering from common mental health problems or healthy controls, but no other differences between the groups."

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"Depression and other mental illnesses can cause people to become accustomed to the symptoms and behaviors associated with them, making recovery feel uncomfortable and unfamiliar."

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"The rate of individuals aged 18 to 25 years old that reported symptoms consistent with major depression increased 63% from 2009 to 2017."

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"Mental and substance use disorders are very common, affecting around 1 in 7 people globally."

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"A study shows that 10 million individuals in the US suffer from Serious Mental Illness (SMI) in 2016, making it one of the leading causes of disability."

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"A statistic shows that stigma of mental illness is a major barrier to mental health care, as 60% of adults with a mental health illness don’t receive care due to stigma."

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