James Kingsland | Medical News Today
A study from the University of California people experienced stress, depression and problems with emotions during the elections.
According a survey the diagnoses of depression in Clinton states start to increase 2.1% compare with October 2016. Meanwhile in Trump states increase 1.8% compare with October 2016.
“The pandemic, as well as the economic downturn, are resulting in more isolation and loneliness […] Americans are worried about disease spread, and they have heightened fears about job security, keeping a roof over their heads, and ensuring their children are keeping up at school.”