U.S. teens and adults that report slight or no impact of stress on health 2013

This statistic displays the proportion of U.S. teenagers and adults that reported only slight or no impact of stress on their physical or mental health in 2013. Over half of teenagers, 54 percent, reported that stress had minimal or no impact on their physical health. However, stress can impact overall health despite a lack of awareness. High stress can weaken the immune system and cause exhaustion in the body. School is one of the most common sources of stress for teenagers.

Percentage of teens and adults in the U.S. who say stress has no or slight impact on health in 2013

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Source

Release date

February 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

August 3 to 31, 2013

Number of respondents

1,950 adults; 1,018 teens

Age group

13 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Original questions: "How much of an impact do you think your stress level has on your body/physical health?"
"How much of an impact do you think your stress level has on your mental health?"

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