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It is a fact of life that everyone has times in their life when things are
not as good as they could be, times when people feel down and
miserable. For most of us however, times such as these are transient,
periods that we quickly come through before emerging from the dark
times and into the light of `normality’ once again.
For a significant (and growing) number of people, their reality is
unfortunately not like this. It is one where the dark times represent the
norm, because they suffer varying degrees of unhappiness and anguish
on an almost daily basis, and just getting through each day is a
significant challenge for them.
The degree to which people can feel this way differs from person to
person, but for those who suffer the most, genuine depression is the
reality of the life that they face every day.
There is no doubt that there are millions of people all over the world
who have a very serious problem with depression, and there is little
doubt that most of these people are taking pharmaceutical drugs to
deal with their problem. Indeed, according to this website, it is
estimated that nearly 10% of the population of the USA suffers from
depression, which equates to nearly 20 million adults, so both the scale
of the problem and the amount of pharmaceutical drugs being