18 Jul '11, 4pm

What Countries Produce the World's Most Stressed Out Women?

What Countries Produce the World's Most Stressed Out Women?

While women in developing nations feel hopeful for the future, they also feel stressed-out in a big way. In fact, women in India were the most stressed out in the world with 87 percent saying that they feel stressed out most of the time and 82 percent saying that they had little time to relax during the day, according to Reuters . Nielson surveyed 21 developed and emerging nations, covering nearly 6,500 women in all. After India, came Mexico with 74 percent women feeling constantly stressed, then Russia (69 percent), Brazil (67 percent), Spain (66 percent), and France (65 percent). According to Reuters : [T]he survey [was] blamed partly on the intense pace of social change, with what took half a century to evolve in developed countries compressed into five for their emerging cousins. The U.S. was number 12 on the list with 53 percent of women claiming undue stress although...

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