The North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton area was the best spot in the nation for overall well-being in 2014, according to a survey by Gallup and Healthways. The Herald-Tribune reports the area was number one for physical, social and financial well-being. The survey of the 100 biggest metro areas across the country also included community and purpose categories. A spokesperson for the Gallup-Healthways Index says the large number of retirees contributed to the high ranking. They say that’s because retirees eat healthier, feel secure when it comes to their money, and also smoke less. They consume an average 3.6 drinks a week, which the index lists as the highest level of liquor consumption in the country.