Whenever she gets stressed out, she smokes. And it is almost too easy to stress her out.
This line is from a sitcom called Brooklyn Nine-Nine
What does the marked phrase mean? I think ıt means she gets stressed out easily but it is somehow strange to me.
Don't we use "it is + too + adjective + to + do something" to imply that you can't do "something" because is too "adjective" ?
For example : Your handwriting is too small to read. (I can't read your handwriting because it is too small.)
I think in the quoted sentence, "almost" somehow make it right this usage.