Depression is one of the most conventional mental health illnesses in the world. Approximately 280 million people suffer from this condition every day. Depression is different from a sudden mood swing or a short-lived reaction to the challenges of daily life. Especially when it is repetitive with differing intensities, depression can become a severe medical condition. It causes the affected person great suffering and inability to function at work, school, and even with family. At its unhealthiest, depression can lead to death; according to the World Health Organization (WHO), 700,000 people die from suicide annually, and it is the 4th major cause of death in people aged 15-29.
There are many known treatments for depression, but more than 75% of people in low - middle-income countries receive little to no treatment. A lot of stigma