Along with work and other responsibilities, health problems play role in stress
Sources: NPR, Robert Wood Johnson Found., Harvard School of Public Health
Overall, people in the United States cite too many responsibilities, work and money as leading causes of stress. But health concerns, one’s own or a family member’s, are also stressful. Sixty percent of people who described themselves as in “poor health condition” also reported “a great deal of stress,” according to a survey of more than 2,500 adults.
The burden of stress in America. NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health. Published online July 7, 2014.