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More than 25% of adults in the United States face high levels of stress. Some face serious depression problems.

A survey by the American Psychological Association revealed that more than 25% of adults in the United States face high levels of stress, making it difficult for them to carry out their daily activities.

The wellness brand Komowa developed a ranking based on that study that classified the nation’s states according to the stress levels of their residents with four key factors: family, health, economy and work.

To prepare its ranking, data from organizations such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, among others, were used.

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The most stressed state

Tennessee was identified as the state with the most stressed residents in the United States. This state also ranks third nationally in terms of prevalence of depression, with 24.4% of its population affected. In addition, 15.5% of its inhabitants reported that their physical health is poor for more than 14 days a month.

Perhaps it has to do with the number of hours they work and the low salaries compared to other States. They have an average work week of 42.3, ranking third highest in the national average.

The average travel times to the workplace are also one of the longest, adding another factor that could negatively influence the quality of life of the inhabitants of this state.

Alabama came in second and says they work longer hours, earn below-average income and have one of the highest divorce rates in the country.

Oklahoma ranked third, leading in health stress, which is directly linked to the percentage of residents without access to health services. Additionally, this state showed a high prevalence of depression among its population.

Louisiana, Nevada, South Carolina, Georgia, Arizona, West Virginia and Indiana round out the top 10 states with the highest stress, matching indices for advancement prospects, credit card debt, ability to work from home and access to good health quality.

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