According to the United States Census Bureau, more than a third of the adult population in America shows signs of clinical depression or anxiety. These mental conditions have increased dramatically during the pandemic. There are many elements of the pandemic that directly correlate to some of the perceived causes of anxiety and depression. For example, the pandemic has required many to stay home for extended periods of time, this forced social isolation could increase the risk of depression. Additionally, increased fear of the virus can lead to heightened anxiety.
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