If you like numbers (and who doesn't), then check out this fascinating chart from the Economist.
According to a study published this week in European Neuropsychopharmacology, 38 percent of all Europeans suffered from a mental illness in 2010.
That works out to about 165 million people.
Which mental health afflictions do Europeans most commonly suffer?
Here's a quick rundown of the data, which came from a study of the 27 countries in the European Union, plus Norway, Switzerland and Iceland:
Depression tops the list. More than 30 million suffered from it in 2010, or 6.7 percent of the total.
Some 22 million people reported specific phobias such as fear of spiders, the Economist notes.
More than 20 million had somatoform disorders (hypochondrias, persistent pain disorders, etc.).
About 12 million people suffered from sleep apnea, 10 million had social phobias and 8 million had agoraphobia (a panic disorder related to the fear of outdoors, bridges and being outside alone).
Here's the full list:
Source: The Economist