More Swedish youngsters have pyschiatric problems
A new investigation for the government also shows schools are not preparing them for modern society.
The Swedish National Institute of Public Health says the number of youngsters with mental health problems has more than doubled since the 1980s.
The study’s chief researcher says explanations could include youth unemployment and difficulties in dealing with too many choices and an information over-load.
He also thinks improving the quality of schools is the one of first defences to counteract psychiatric problems.