Psychiatric disorders in teenage years associated with social exclusion in later life. Adolescents who had received a mental health disorder diagnosis were often excluded from the labor market and education as young adults. This particularly applied to adolescents who had been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder or psychosis. The results were found out in a birth cohort study of people born in Finland in 1987. Source 4q.
The most frequent problems in children and adolescents are anxiety, depression, insomnia, conduct disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.