Study: The Average American Has 60 Bad Days Per Year

Everybody has a bad day once in a while. Now a new study finds the average American has 60 bad days per year. Fitness app Freeletics surveyed 2,000 working Americans to determine what exactly makes a day “bad,” and see the effect such a day has on our health. The found the average respondent blames work for four out of five bad days they experience in a typical month. Also, not getting enough sleep was the biggest contributing factor to having a bad day (67 percent said so.) Other big causes of bad days: feeling sick, being worried about finances, and work-related stress. So how do people deal with their stress? Among those who exercise, 95 percent said working out after a bad day makes them feel better. (Fox