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The OECD ‘Health at a Glance 2015’ report has revealed the developed countries which consume the most antidepressants.
Statista has visualised the data, measured in 2013, with Iceland ranking the highest for consumption.
The UK ranked 6th out of 28 countries, while Chile was the lowest.
The countries which increased the most in terms of consumption since the turn of the millenium, were as follows:
Note: Only countries with data for both decades were included in the above chart.
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