According to the CDC, 61 Million Americans, or 26% of the adult American population are curre at least one disability.
A disability is defined as any condition of the body or mind causing impairment resulting in more difficulties for the person with regards to engagement in everyday activities.
A closer look at the 61 million adult Americans with disabilities:
Approximately 6.5 million are experiencing serious difficulties with concentration remembering, and decision making.
- 1 in 3 have an unmet healthcare need due to monetary costs incurred in the past year -
- 1 in 3 do not have a regular healthcare provider -
- 1 in 4 did not have a routine check up in the past year -
Microbiome sequencing & testing empowers you with data points to understand how imbalances in the microbiome can affect your mood, cognition, energy levels, and decision making abilities.
Other issues related to an imbalanced microbiome can include:
- attentional problems
- brain fog
- reduced immune responses
Testing is a fundamental first step to gain into identifying the exact probiotics that your body requires to restore health and balance.
Taking action and caring for yourself empowers you with a life long skill set to reduce the occurrences of ongoing mental health issues.
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In 2019, 61 Million Americans reported having a mental illness and 19 million Americans reported suffering from depression (SAMHSA, 2020).
By September of 2020, JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), estimated that the number of adults in America suffering from depression had tripled from around 19 million to approximately 58 million.
It is estimated that antidepressant treatment medications are effective at reducing symptoms in around 66% of adults.
While a 66% rate of efficacy is impressive, the remaining 34% still suffer, or approximately 19 million people, require other treatment options.
These options include, combination medication treatments, behavioral and cognitive therapies, mindfulness and meditation therapies, along with other non-pharmacological treatments.
As of now, researchers are continuing to identify new treatments for depression and PTSD.