Diagnoses of serious psychological and psychiatric disorders have skyrocketed alongside the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders' expanding list of what constitutes mental illness. Example: The frequency of bipolar disorder in children, which has jumped 40-fold in the last two decades - though you could also get similar results for ADD and even being 'on the spectrum' of autism as those caught media attention.
Obviously for real illnesses, you don't want people convinced yoga and meditation will cure them, but a growing movement is fighting back against the medication culture in psychiatry and just saying no to antidepressants and sleeping pills.
Are we over-diagnosing mental illness? By Katti Gray, CNN