Total Cost to the World’s Economy

Almost 1 Billion People Worldwide Suffer from Mental Disorders

Almost 1 Billion People Worldwide Suffer from Mental Disorders

Lost productivity from two of the most common mental disorders, anxiety and depression, costs the global economy $1 trillion annually. Mental health issues in total cost the world economy approximately $2.5 trillion annually and are projected to rise to $6 trillion by 2030. (1)

Lost productivity from two of the most common mental disorders, anxiety and depression, costs the global economy $1 trillion annually. Mental health issues in total cost the world economy approximately $2.5 trillion annually and are projected to rise to $6 trillion by 2030. (1)

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Cognigenics has developed novel methods for treating a wide range of mental health challenges, from generalized anxiety and chronic depression to cognitive impairment. Our patent-pending technology precisely targets the neurological causes of mental health issues using cognitive neuroengineering techniques. We anticipate that this novel, targeted approach will deliver high efficacy with little or no side effects.

Cognigenics has developed novel methods for treating a wide range of mental health challenges, from generalized anxiety and chronic depression to cognitive impairment. Our patent-pending technology precisely targets the neurological causes of mental health issues using cognitive neuroengineering techniques. We anticipate that this novel, targeted approach will deliver high efficacy with little or no side effects.

Cognitive neuroengineering is the reversible genomic modulation of desirable cognitive traits such as focus, attention, relaxation, optimism and mental acuity. These cognitive assets can enhance human performance in normal individuals, or offset cognitive deficits in people suffering from debilitating mental health conditions such as chronic stress, anxiety and depression.

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(1) Mental health matters, The Lancet Global Health, November, 2020
DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(20)30432-0