Survey finds we're most stressed in life at the age of 36

Apparently, that's when most people really start "adulting."
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The average American is most stressed at the age of 36, this according to a new survey from SWNS Digital.

At that age, according to the survey, people are really being drilled into "adulting" with having a mortgage, family, and career. And because of all that, our 30s our the decade folks have the least amount of free time.

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Even though we're most stressed at 36, the survey also found that nearly two-thirds of people say they're better at managing stress than they were 10 years ago, though 18% of people say they feel stress "all the time."

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