Uhhhhh, is it your contention that the lockdowns and restrictions since March have not caused significant psychological impacts to people around the country, particularly younger people, resulting in a variety of "unintended consequences" among the younger generation in particular? No increase at all in suicide, depression, alcohol and drug use, domestic violence, et al?
This should be good...
No, that's not my contention. As I said above, you can't paint everyone doing more drugs with an overdose/suicide brush - which is what your post implied. Just like there might be more people drinking, but that doesn't mean everyone turned into an alcoholic or has a drinking problem. Consumption might be up, but not all (or most) of consumption is that with negative results. You're just highlighting the negative outcome.
I know plenty of people who have experimented with ketamine and hallucinogens during this time and have found that it actually had a POSITIVE effect and greatly improved their mental state and outlook on the future. So...what about those outcomes?