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Anyone that has experienced the stress and anxiety that comes with financial struggle knows how sickening it can really be. Simply saying it’s difficult isn’t doing it justice. When times are tough and mounting debt is weighing you down, just getting out of bed in the morning can seem impossible. Like any other kind of stress, financial stress can be bad for you health. If you are experiencing this type of struggle, it may be time to make a change.

High daily stress levels can lead to all sorts of bad health conditions. Just as with people in high stress jobs, heart attack, high blood pressure and ulcers can wreak havoc on your insides. Even if it takes a while to develop a chronic issue, constant financial stress can impact your sleep, eating and drinking habits and may even lead to developing new, even unhealthier ways of coping such as smoking.

If you have been struggling for an extended period of time, chances are you have already noticed the impact financial stress may have had on your health. People that are stressed out tend to eat more and unhealthier which leads to weight gain and possibly diabetes. Migraines and headaches can also be an effect of chronic financial stress. While it may be difficult to tell if your health issues are due to financial stress or another type of stress, identifying your stressful triggers and working to reduce them may be a good idea.

For individuals dealing with a high daily stress level due to financial struggle, it may be time to consider bankruptcy. For most individuals, bankruptcy is considered a last resort, but if your health is at risk because of your financial condition, bankruptcy may be considered a lifesaver. Consider speaking to a trusted bankruptcy attorney, and get your health and finances back on track.