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“Anxiety of the future, hinders the productivity of the present, adversely changing the preferred outcome of the future”. Mark Alexander

IN BRIEF Survey,”American Psychological Association” says: More Americans are seeking mental health treatment Nearly half of American households have had someone seek mental health treatment this year, but many still perceive cost and lack of insurance coverage as barriers to seeking help, according to a recent national poll by APA’s Practice Directorate. The poll–a telephone survey of 1,000 randomly selected Americans between the ages of 18 and 64–also shows that stigma about seeking mental health treatment is increasingly less of an obstacle to getting treatment. The Practice Directorate conducts such a poll every few years to gauge public sentiment about mental health care. Indeed, 48 percent of those polled reported a visit to a mental health professional by someone in their household this year, and more than nine out of 10–91 percent–said they would likely consult or recommend a mental health professional if they or a family member were experiencing a problem. “We’ve made progress in people’s attitudes toward getting mental health treatment or seeking it for their loved ones,” says Russ Newman, PhD, JD, APA’s executive director for professional practice. “But cost, lack of insurance and access still can be barriers for people in getting the help they need.” In fact, 87 percent of those polled pointed to lack of insurance coverage as a barrier to seeking treatment, and 81 percent pointed to cost concerns. “SAMHSA” In 2014, almost half (44.7 percent) of the 43.6 million American adults (aged 18 and older) who experienced a mental illness in the past year received mental health care according to a new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The percentage of adults receiving past year mental health treatment in 2014 was comparable to the 2013 level, which was higher than in past years. For youth who received inpatient or outpatient mental health services, over half reported that they sought mental health treatment due to feeling depressed. A Global Stress Epidemic The World Health Organization calls stress “the health epidemic of the 21st Century.” Global economic, environmental, and safety concerns abound, coupled with everyday financial, career, care-giving, relationship, and health worries. Add to this today’s “24/7 always on” lifestyle that increasingly blurs work and leisure time and you have the key ingredients for a stress epidemic at every rung of the economic spectrum. The human body’s stress response system evolved for short-lived, intense “fight or flight situations.” In these situations the adrenal glands release stress hormones such as adrenaline, cortisol, and norepinephrine to help you cope with the threat at hand. This stress response gives you quick access to energy to move and think rapidly. But, experiencing elevated stress levels on a chronic basis wears down your body and your brain. It’s much like flooring the gas pedal with your car in park. If you do it for a prolonged period, something in your engine will break. – Adam Perlman, M.D, Chief Medical Officer, equilibrium Fast forward to today and while most of us do not face the life-threatening circumstances of our distant ancestors, a majority of us do experience persistent, low-level stress at the least, with intermittent bursts of high-level stress. The overabundance of hormones produced by this ongoing stress state will ultimately cause problems with your mental and physical health” Prime Sources of Stress:
    • 71% Money
    • 69% Work
    • 55% Family
    • 51% Relationships
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