Stress Facts


At Stress Made Simple we want you to know that Stress Proofing your life is possible.  We aren't trying to remove stress, we actually need it to thrive and be our best.   When you adopt our reZealiance method, you can achieve your life goals while keeping your mental and physical health intact, even in the midst of total chaos. It is possible to regain control and face the world with confidence so you can be your very best.


As you see by the chart above, stress comes at us from many sources and has many layers, some good and some not so good.  In order to reduce stress, you will need to learn to recognize them so you can find the most productive ways to manage them, moderate them, while keeping them in perspective, so you can live a longer and happier life. And don't we all deserve a shot at that?!!?

Some Frightening Statistics 

  • Stress in AmericaTM poll shows US at its highest stress level yet, November 2, 2017.
  • Nearly two-thirds of Americans (63 percent) say the future of the nation is a very or somewhat significant source of stress, slightly more than perennial stressors like money (62 percent) and work (61 percent), according to the American Psychological Association’s report, "Stress in America™: The State of Our Nation".
  • 75% of the general population experiences at least “some stress” every two weeks (National Health Interview Survey)
  • Half of those experience moderate or high levels of stress during the same two-week period.
  • Millions of Americans suffer from unhealthy levels of stress at work. (A study several years ago estimated the number to be 11 million–given events since that time, this number has certainly more than tripled–studies in Sweden, Canada, and other Westernized countries show similar trends.)
  • Worker’s compensation claims for “mental stress” in California rose 200-700% in the 1980s – 2000s (whereas all other causes remained stable or declined!)
  • Stress contributes to heart disease, high blood pressure, strokes, and other illnesses in many individuals.
  • Stress also affects the immune system, which protects us from many serious diseases.
  • Tranquilizers, antidepressants, and anti-anxiety medications account for one-fourth of all prescriptions written in the U.S. each year.
  • Stress also contributes to the development of alcoholism, obesity, suicide, drug addiction, cigarette addiction, and other harmful behaviors.
  • 54 percent of Americans are concerned about the level of stress in their everyday lives.
  • 62 percent of Americans say work has a significant impact on stress levels.
  • 73 percent of Americans name money as the number one factor that affects their stress level.
  • Increasing numbers of children, teenagers and college students report feeling under stress.


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