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Songs, news, TV, book portrayal Family Peers School ND and ED classes- separated Data National College Health Assessment Suicide= 8x greater at RU than other colleges, double the attempts to kill themselves at RU. RU has more students that have a depression/anxiety disorder that is NOT being TREATED Stress is #1 inhibitor of academic performance (caused by FINANCES) Academic Impacts of Mental Health Lower GPA Eating disorders=lower GPA Discontinuous enrollment Lapses in enrollment Classroom Disruption Crying in the classroom, being belligerent, asking too many questions (?!) National Mental Health Data 18.9% (46.6 million people) aged 18 or older have a MI 24% of these have a serious mental illness 7.6% (18.7) adults have a substance use disorder Depression
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Most COMMON MI disorder 17.3 million adults have had a major depressive episode (7.1% of USA) Mostly women- men are less likely to seek help Most with depression are 18-25 years old Anxiety 19.1% of US adults have had anxiety in the last year 31.1% of US adults have had an anxiety episode in their lives Direct & Indirect Costs Top 4 causes of death are lifestyle/preventative disorders! 1.7 trillion in indirect costs (loss in productivity, seeking care, going on disability) Direct costs are hospital stays, ect. Capital: Human potential/work Labor: Loss of work due to MORBIDITY (illness) or MORTALITY (dealth) Statistical Life: Intrinsic loss of motivation/potential Monitoring Mental Illness Developing nations do not experience mental illness as much Individuals do not adhere to their MI medications
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