Will the money be brought to the hospital?

Will the money be brought to the hospital?
Will the money be brought to the hospital?
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Anxiety and worries about money can take a toll on our he alth.

Will the money go to the hospital?

Anxiety and worries about money can take a toll on our he alth

Scientists have found that a third of people worry so much about the money issue that the resulting stress negatively affects their he alth and relationships with loved ones. In a study conducted by British experts, it turned out that 37% of citizens worry so much about money that it leads to depression, sleepless nights and arguments with loved ones.

One in five people polled by moneybasics.co.uk said they do not feel in control of their own finances, and another 12% consider money problems a real burden in their lives. A third of people experience stress because of money, 21% have insomnia, 19% have depression, and 16% have regular quarrels with partners.

10% eat too much and irregularly because they think about money all the time. 5% drink too much because of these problems. Another 4% lost their appetite, 3% lost weight, and 1% had broken relationships.

However, many people deliberately try not to think about money. 8% do not look at pen alty receipts, 2% do not specifically check their own bank account so as not to get upset, and 5% do not pay invoices sent at all until they receive the first serious warning.

38% have unsecured credit card and loan debt. As we can see, money is evil. But without them, people get even worse.

Source:The Daily Telegraph

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