Yep. In general, our society seems to be highly stressful and traumatic in numerous ways. We have never had mass urbanization and population density at this level ever before. And it’s combined with industrial toxins and industrial diet, not to mention loss of green spaces, clean air and water, healthy ecosystems, etc. One of the most interesting is inequality. The US has the highest inequality in the world that has ever existed. And high inequality is strong associated with nearly every form of social and health problem. See the work of Kate Pickett, Richard Wilkinson, and Keith Payne. In high inequality societies, people aren’t only unhealthier in diverse ways but also become more aggressive, reactionary, paranoid, and bizarre. It’s entirely abnormal and we weren’t evolved for such conditions. And probably none of us escapes without any negative affect from it, even if for some of us it’s less apparent. Even the wealthy have higher rates of health problems in high inequality societies.