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Table 3 Relationship between screening positive for common mental disorders and other health-related outcomes (n = 3840, weighted analysis)

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

  Prevalence of current suicidal ideation Prevalence of lifetime suicide attempt Mental health-related quality of life
% (95% CI) % (95% CI) Mean (95% CI)
No diagnosis 5.1% (4.3–6.0) 2.1% (1.5–2.6) 56.6 (56.3–57.0)
ADHD alone 6.4% (1.9–10.8) 3.9% (0.0–7.4) 51.1 (48.9–53.4)
Anxiety alone 17.1% (10.1–24.2) 5.3% (1.4–9.3) 44.6 (42.7–46.6)
Depression alone 41.9% (35.6–48.1) 10.7% (6.7–14.7) 39.9 (38.3–41.5)
Anxiety and ADHD 23.4% (3.4–43.5) b 43.4 (38.4–48.4)
Depression and ADHD 39.1% (25.9–52.3) 5.3% (0.0-11.4)a 40.6 (37.0–44.3)
Anxiety and depression 51.0% (44.6–57.5) 19.6% (14.5–24.8) 34.9 (33.5–36.4)
ADHD, anxiety, and depression 63.2% (54.8–71.7) 28.0% (20.0–36.1) 30.7 (28.8–32.6)
Anxiety, depression, or ADHD 38.6% (35.4–41.8) 13.0% (10.8–15.2) 39.7 (38.8–40.6)
  1. aConfidence interval rounded to stay within possible values bno estimate