By Layla McCay

March 17, 2017

 

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 People who reside in cities are more likely to develop depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia than those

living in the countryside. No matter where you live, at least

 one in four

people will have a mental illness in their lifetime, and everyone suffers

from mental-health problems such as low mood, loneliness, stress, and

anxiety at some time or another. These kinds of problems can affect

everything from our relationships and housing to our social capital and

resilience.