Statistics Netherlands (CBS) came out recently with numbers based on newly released figures from the most recent Health Survey. This survey found that about 12 percent of the Dutch population ages 12 years and older have experienced mental health issues. Furthermore, this number has stayed consistent over the past four years, with a slight year-on-year increase in mental health issues.
In addition, mental health problems are more prevalent for people ages 18 to 39 compared to older and younger population groups. The groups that experienced the most mental health distress in the Netherlands were single people under 65 and single parents.
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Amersfoort is in the province of Utrecht, Netherlands. The city can be found on the eastern edge of the Randstad.
Here are some of the top sights and attractions:
Remains were found in the Amersfoort area from settlements that emerged around 1000 BC. However, the name Amersfoort, which comes from a ford in the Amer River currently known as the Eem, did not come until the 11th century.
Amersfoort was first fortified during the 12th century. It featured a medieval street pattern and some old walls, which remain today. It also still features the Koppelpoort, a water gate that goes back to 1400 and spans the Eem.
Since 2019, the municipality of Amersfoort has had a population of 156,286 residents. As a result, it is the second-largest province and the fifteenth-largest in the country.
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