Other reports include behavioral therapy interventions that are designed to reduce or eliminate anxiety or depression. These interventions may involve learning more slowly, increasing attention/body awareness and helping students develop self-confidence and development, and include self healing efforts such as counseling (3). An estimated 7% of students admitted to public schools do not have the ability to change their behavior. A second, more positive, study was conducted by the National Institutes of Health. In 2012, the study found that 8 percent of students with depression are using illicit drugs and 4.5 percent reported using marijuana heavily. In California, marijuana use in the past six years increased by 1.9 percent from a year earlier. The rate increased in Arizona, where more than 3.5 million residents reported illegal drug use in the past six years. The rate increased in Texas and the District. While many states have had rates of marijuana use rising steadily, there are differences in what data is available regarding the rate of marijuana use, and if we don't, the data is difficult to compare. Here are 3 recommendations. Our initial study identified that people who reported an actual anxiety attack or other mental health problem had significantly lower rates of anxiety and symptoms of depression compared with those who experienced no mental attack or other mental health problem. Our next study investigated the relationship between workplace stressors and workplace anxiety. The initial objective of the current study was to detect whether exposure to workplace stressors and workplace anxiety led to a rise in working stressors, including anxiety, in individuals with or without anxiety disorders. We hypothesized that exposure to stressful stressors increased levels of stressors and associated anxiety and related symptoms in the workplace, with higher levels of anxiety following those exposure. We hypothesized that exposure to stressful stressors correlated significantly with the rate of depression, anxiety, and depression in the workplace, and these two variables were important predictors of work stressors in the long-term and long-term outcome outcomes. Further, our objective was to extend our understanding of workplace and workplace stressors for workers.