If you're stressed out, you might just find life a tad easier if you're in the right place.

Some places just ooze stress — whether it's on the streets or on the job. Personal finance site WalletHub reported that work-related stress alone causes more than $300 billion in annual health spending — and then there are all the other kinds of stress: Money, family and relationships.

And while stress is a double-edged sword — just the right amount can improve a person's well-being — push it beyond that point and it takes a heavy toll. In fact, it affects more than 100 million Americans. Going past that point of no return subjects people to chronic stress, which can bring its own stress: Health problems and loss of productivity among them.

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