You'd think one of the coldest states in the U.S. would also be one of the most stressful. It's hard to relax when you're six seconds away from frostbite.
But according to a new study, Minnesota is the LEAST stressed-out state in America.
Researchers looked at 33 different factors, including financial stability . . . work hours . . . divorce rates . . . how healthy people are . . . and how much sleep they get.
The ten LEAST stressed-out states are Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa, South Dakota, Utah, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Vermont, Colorado, and Wisconsin.
The ten states with the MOST stress are Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, West Virginia, Kentucky, New Mexico, Nevada, Georgia, Tennessee, and Arkansas.
Alaska is the worst state for work-related stress . . . people in Mississippi are more likely to stress about money than any other state . . . and people in Nevada have the most family-related stress.
And another study found that about 25% of us feel stressed out on a daily basis.
(Check out the rankings for all 50 states here.)