In the United States, People seeking treatment for anger, anxiety, depression, suicide, PTSD and mental health is on the rise and so is the search for happiness. As TIME reported in a recent cover story, clinical depression affects about 16 million people in the U.S. and is estimated to cost the U.S. about $210 billion a year in productivity loss and health care needs. Global revenue for antidepressants is projected to grow to nearly $17 billion by 2020.
If an antidepressant can make one happy, that means
Happiness is not magic, it's just chemistry!
But medication is not a long lasting solution because of various side effects.