A new study has that more and more people are mental health problems. Research from the University of Queensland and Harvard Medical School found that half of us will at least one mental health disorder by the time we 75. Professor John McGrath, lead author of the study, the most common issues mood disorders, such as depression or anxiety. He that "the risk of certain mental disorders differed by sex". The three most common mental health disorders among women depression, phobias that daily life more difficult and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). Men most from alcohol abuse, depression, and phobias.
The researchers at data from 32 mental health surveys from the WHO. Over 156,000 people in 29 countries questions about their lifestyle and mental well-being. The researchers the questionnaires to out when mental health problems first in people. They also assessed the risk of people experiencing 13 mental disorders. These panic attacks, anxiety, drug abuse and ADHD. An important finding of the study was that for many people, mental health disorders first in childhood or in teenage years. The study that young people more help in the "critical parts of their lives". They need services that find and their mental health problems.