The Randoms-Avg Person Swears around This time of Day & More

Do you workout to be fit … or to eat? A new British survey found that almost 40 percent of women admit they exercise just so they can eat whatever they want. Yep, they hit the gym so they can earn the right to eat their favorite foods and indulge in their favorite drinks. But it's not just women. According to the survey, just over a third of men also admit to going to the gym just so they can eat and drink their favorite stuff. (SWNS Digital)  

Have you heard of eco-anxiety? Apparently72 percent of Millennials suffer from it. "Eco-anxiety" is apparently the stress and uneasiness felt when watching, hearing and/or reading negative news stories about the environment. According to a recent survey, eco-anxiety can cause such stress-related conditions as insomnia and racing thoughts. But the news isn’t all bad. It seems this eco-anxiety is causing young adults to convert that anxiety into action in their day-to-day lives to help protect the environment. (PRNewswire)  

Mean girls … According to a new study, women are treated most rudely in the workplace … by other women. University of Arizona professor Allison Gabriel says, "… We found consistent evidence that women reported higher levels of incivility from other women than their male counterparts. In other words, women are ruder to each other than they are to men, or than men are to women." C'mon, ladies! (University of Arizona)   

Do you curse to relieve stress? You're not alone. According to a new survey, swearing is the most common way to deal with stress, with 63 percent saying they swear to express their frustration. The average American says their first curse word of the day around 11 a.m. 1 in 4 can't wait that long and curse before 9 a.m.

According to the survey, conducted by 9Round Kickbox Fitness, these are the Top 10 causes of stress and frustration for Americans:

  • Finances – 52 percent
  • Not getting enough sleep – 36 percent
  • Health concerns – 35 percent
  • Work – 29 percent
  • Spouse/partner – 26 percent
  • Children – 25 percent
  • Home life – 24 percent
  • Family responsibilities – 23 percent
  • The news – 21 percent
  • Politics – 17 percent
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