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Table 2 Weighted prevalence of common mental disorders and risky substance use by sex and nationality (n = 3840)

From: Mind the treatment gap: the prevalence of common mental disorder symptoms, risky substance use and service utilization among young Swiss adults

  Total Male Female Swiss Non-Swiss
% (95% CI) % (95% CI) % (95% CI) % (95% CI) % (95% CI)
ADHD, anxiety, or depressiona,b 24.7% (23.3–26.1) 18.8% (16.9–20.8) 30.7% (28.8–32.7) 23.6% (22.1–25.2) 29.5% (26.2–32.7)
ADHD 8.7% (7.7–9.6) 7.4% (6.1–8.8) 9.9% (8.6–11.2) 8.1% (7.1–9.0) 11.2% (9.0–13.5)
Anxietya 13.2% (12.1–14.2) 9.1% (7.7–10.6) 17.3% (15.7–18.9) 12.4% (11.2–13.6) 16.5% (13.9–19.1)
Depressiona,b 17.7% (16.5–18.9) 11.5% (9.9–13.1) 23.9% (22.1–25.8) 16.4% (15.1–17.7) 23.1% (20.2–26.1)
Risky alcohol useb (at least monthly) 36.2% (34.7–37.8) 37.6% (35.2–40.0) 34.8% (32.8–36.8) 39.6% (37.8–41.4) 21.7% (18.8–24.6)
Risky alcohol usea,b (at least weekly) 11.2% (10.1–12.2) 13.0% (11.4–14.7) 9.3% (8.1–10.5) 12.3% (11.1–13.5) 6.5% (4.7–8.3)
Risky cannabis usea 6.2% (5.4–7.0) 8.5% (7.1–9.9) 3.9% (3.0–4.7) 6.5% (5.5–7.4) 5.1% (3.5–6.7)
Risky illicit drug usea 3.8% (3.2–4.4) 4.8% (3.8–5.9) 2.8% (2.0–3.5) 4.0% (3.3–4.8) 2.8% (1.6–4.0)
Risky non-prescribed prescription drug usea 9.7% (8.8–10.7) 7.7% (6.4–9.1) 11.8% (10.4–13.2) 9.8% (8.7–10.9) 9.5% (7.5–11.6)
  1. aSignificantly different between male and female; b Significantly different between Swiss and non-Swiss