On November 1 the APA released their national survey, the 2017 Stress in America.

According to the survey almost sixty-three percent of Americans state that a significant source of their stress comes from the future of the nation, sixty-two percent have stress about money, and sixty-one percent about work.

Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA's chief executive officer states, "We’re seeing significant stress transcending party lines. The uncertainty and unpredictability tied to the future of our nation is affecting the health and well-being of many Americans in a way that feels unique to this period in recent history."

Read the full report.

To read the full article, visit the The American Psychological Association's website.