The National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) states that 21% of American adults, or 52.9 million people, suffer from mental illness each year. Among them, less than half (46.2%) usually receive treatment. A 40% higher risk of developing cardiovascular or metabolic disease exists for those who suffer from depression.
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