During pandemic, we all have our own financial worries. Worrying about putting food on the table, worrying whether our job will be at risk, worrying if we will be unemployed overnight. It can get too much, overpowering us, causing anxiety and stress.
One of the posts I’ve come across sum it up perfectly with sound advice, check it out below:
Anxiety. We’ve all likely experienced feeling anxious at some point in our lives, after all it’s our body’s natural response to stress, and let’s face it, a life without stress is like a big night out without the hangover-pretty hard to come by.
What happens though when we allow that stress and anxiety to overwhelm us? Long-term anxiety increases the risk of physical illness and other mental health conditions such as depression. According to NICE , mixed anxiety and depression is the most common mental disorder in Britain -and that…
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