… is what I teach my patients who come to my clinic debilitated by panic and worry — especially now. A study in the U.S. in April 2020 found that 13.6% of respondents reported feeling severe psychological distress. That’s a whopping 250% increase compared with 2018 when only 3.9% reported this level of woe.
Jud Brewer MD PhD
Professor I have a question,
Why do you thing that the numbers of people feeling severe anxiety increased so much this year in comparison with 2018?
I think it's important to point if this study was run during pandemic crisis.
Do you think that the high rhythm of electronics and internet have a big influence in this?