Apparently since 2005 there has been a huge rise in mental health problems. It's like a staggering percent how much mental health issues have increased just since 2005. Another thing we are seeing is a huge rise in children literally suffering with depression and anxiety. The percentage of children suffering with anxiety and depression through out history has always remained a relatively low percentage. Yet these days a lot of children suffer with mental health problems. So what has changed all that much since 2005 that could possibly cause this huge rise in mental health problems. Junk food was around before 2005, alcohol was around before 2005, drugs were around before 2005, poverty was around before 2005, stress was around before 2005. The internet and technology has drastically changed sine 2005. As far as I am concerned the rise in the internet and technology is the cause of the huge rise in mental health problems. I realise humans are getting more intelligent and creating things. But it is quite frustrating when we are creating things that are actually very very bad for us. I get no one would want to do without high speed internet, smart phones and these more advanced gaming consoles. But when you logically think about it are they really all worth it if they are causing all these problems we see today? It almost makes me think it would of been better to grow up in the 60s, 70s, 80s ext. It's concerning that mental health statistics were much better back then, and especially children mental health statistics were much better back then. We should be moving forward with this sort of stuff, not taking a huge step backwards because of the things that people them selves are creating.