Nearly three-quarters of the consumers (74%) reported having at least one of 11 medical conditions listed in the survey, with high cholesterol (36%) and high blood pressure (34%) being the most common. Twenty-three percent reported having diabetes. However, in response to a survey item about whether their psychiatrist had asked them about these health conditions, only 40% reported being asked about cholesterol, 42% about diabetes and blood sugar levels, and 49% about blood pressure. When psychiatrists were asked whether they routinely discussed these health conditions with patients, their responses showed some disparities: 82% reported routinely asking about cholesterol, 88% about diabetes and blood sugar levels, and 75% about blood pressure. Nearly 90% of psychiatrists reported routine discussions with patients about "tips to live a healthier lifestyle," but 63% of consumers reported having such discussions with their psychiatrist.