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Following the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, you would think that Texas and Florida are two of the most-stressed states, but overall they’re not even in the top ten. Neither is South Carolina, although the Palmetto State is close at #11. North Carolina is a little more relaxed at #16.

What stresses you out? Personal finance site WalletHub.com ranked the stress levels of all fifty states and the District of Columbia based on factors such as:

– Divorce rate
– Job security
– Hours worked per week
– Personal bankruptcy rate
– Credit scores
– Hours of sleep per night
– Crime rate

If you’re looking for a less stressful life, you’ll have to move west. Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa, South Dakota, and Utah are where the most chill Americans live. Here are the most-stressed states:

10. Arkansas

9. Tennessee

8. Georgia

7. Nevada

6. New Mexico

5. Kentucky

4. West Virginia

3. Mississippi

2. Louisiana

1. Alabama