Anxiety among those who served/not in U.S. military 2015-2016, by gender

This statistic shows the percentage of those who have served/not served in the U.S. military who reported being told by a health professional that they had an anxiety disorder, as of 2015-2016, by gender. It was found that those who had served in the military were more likely to have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder than those who had not served.

Percentage of Americans diagnosed with an anxiety disorder in 2015-2016, by military service and gender

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Release date

October 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

2015 and 2016

Number of respondents

around 400,000

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

Data do not distinguish between those currently serving and those who have been discharged, the nature of discharges, involvement in active combat, or the era in which one served.
Percentage who reported ever being told by a health professional that they have an anxiety disorder.

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