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Indicator of mood and anxiety disorders (the higher the value, the greater the incidence of mood and anxiety disorders) (2010)

dark brown  > +0.47%

brown +0.2 - +0.47

mid brown -0.09 - +0.2

light brown -0.29 - -0.09

pale brown -0.53 - -0.29

very pale brown -0.85 - -0.53

white < -0.85

Areas with the highest levels of mood and anxiety disorders in England include large parts of northern west England especially Liverpool, Manchester, and Lancashire, the North East of England and Cumbria. Further south, Stoke-on-Trent, Sandwell, Lincoln, Kings Lynn, Norwich and parts of the south coast of England display high levels of mood and anxiety disorders.