According to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common illness in the U.S. affecting 18.1%of the population 18 years and older.
A 2018 survey of more than 2000 adults by the American Psychiatry Association revealed people aren't finding solace in family, friends, and co-workers. 48% reported feeling anxiety about their relationships. 36% reported they feel extremely anxious about keeping themselves and their families safe. Additionally, more than half reported being particularly anxious about health, safety, finances, and politics.
According to the Pew Research Study in 2016-2017, 20% of Americans feel overloaded by the many choices in our information-saturated world. Information overload breeds indecision.