Saturday, May 14, 2011
Debt Can Affect Your Health
The Consumer Credit Counselling Service (CCCS) found nearly half of the respondents bear the adverse impact on health due to owe as suffering from a nervous breakdown, suffered hair loss, reduced ability to taste the taste and stopped menstruating, as quoted by the Guardian.co.uk, Friday (1 / 4 / 2011).
Unfortunately not many people realize the adverse effects of frequent debt. Adverse effects caused if often mengutang namely:
1. Emotional and mental health
Emotional and mental health can be easily influenced by the debt. Stress and pressure that comes when a person must fulfill its obligation to pay the debt can cause anxiety and depression.
2. Physical Health
Research has shown that feelings of anxiety and depression can cause side effects on physical health. The impact is a matter of heart and reduced immune response. In addition, the most immediate visible impact was the disturbing physical activity and poor diet can lead to other physical illnesses.
3. Cause a sense of shame and guilt
People who often mengutang also often feel a sense of shame and guilt, especially if this habit is known by many people. This also can affect one's social life.
4. Affect relations
Having debt also affect one's relationship with spouse and children. Surveys conducted of 372 people found the debt problems have affected its relationship with the partner by 37 percent and with children by 22 percent.