The study, which covers 30 countries including the UK, found 38.2 per cent of people are suffering with mental disorders, often without the right treatment.
The study, published by the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP), covered 514 million people.
All major mental health disorders were included, including depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, insomnia, addiction and schizophrenia.
Neurological disorders, such as stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis, were also included.
The most frequent disorders seen in people were anxiety disorders (14 per cent), insomnia (seven per cent) and major depression (6.9 per cent).
Attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorders in young people accounted for 5% while dementia accounted for 1% of those aged 60 to 65 and 30% of those aged 85 and over.
Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, said: 'This study demonstrates that the treatment and management of mental health problems and neurological disorders is the biggest issue currently facing healthcare provision across Europe.
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The more shït Big Pharma makes up the more people are going to be diagnosed