Common mental health disorders

The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey (APMS 2007) provided estimates of the prevalence of common mental health conditions by age and gender. Common mental health conditions include mood and anxiety disorders (e.g. generalised anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder), and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

The table below presents estimates of the number of people in Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG who have a common mental health problem. These are presented by age and gender. These figures have been calculated by applying the prevalence estimates from the APMS 2007 to the 2014 CCG population estimates devised by the ONS.

Note. as some people may have more than one mental health problem (comorbidity) the total does not equal the sum of all specific mental health problems. These estimates reflect the adult (16+) population, and do not include estimates of childhood mental health conditions.

Prevalence of Common Mental Health Disorders: Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG

Mixed anxiety and depressive disorder880890111014309304303206120
Generalised anxiety disorder2104907107203703201903020
Depressive episode16032039046020040401690
All phobias301802301208030<5710
Obessive compulsive disorder170180180120502030800
Panic disorder1501102001408011030890
Any CMD1400176022502560145083053011090
Mixed anxiety and depressive disorder12401760156025801260104088010460
Generalised anxiety disorder54054095014507704403505040
Depressive episode2902105208903101902602660
All phobias27030044040031050201900
Obessive compulsive disorder30019016029010050601240
Panic disorder8029023020020010701140
Any CMD224028703140455024701620149018740
Mixed anxiety and depressive disorder213026502650400022101490122016550
Generalised anxiety disorder75010301650218011307705408090
Depressive episode46054090013205302303104230
All phobias31047065054039070202570
Obessive compulsive disorder48037034039014070802020
Panic disorder2303904003202801201002020
Any CMD366046105390711039002460205029780
Source: Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey (2007)
Note: Prevalence estimates by age and gender from the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey (2007) were applied to the CCG population (ONS Mid-Year Estimates 2014 (built up from LSOAs)) to produce these values. Figures are rounded to the nearest 10 so may not sum. As some people may have more than one problem the "any CMD" does not equate to the total of all specific problems.