You have this huge cloud hanging over you while trying to be positive, but it is weighing you down and winning the battle despite your efforts because you really do not know how you will eliminate your stressful high interest debt.
The impact it is having on you is huge and you may not even be seeing all the signs. Here are some of the effects of how high interest debt can drastically deteriorate your health.
You lie awake thinking of all types of plans to rid yourself of this evil. By the time you come up with an idea it’s almost time to wake up. You never get enough sleep. What’s crazy is that you repeat this cycle nightly.
Raised Blood Pressure
Yes, your pressure will go up with the anxiety filled inside of you hoping to eliminate this bad 4 letter word which has been holding you back. There are many instances in which a person will need to control their pressure with medication.
You hurt everywhere because happiness has been stolen from you. Fatigue sets in making it difficult to get up and be active.
The rise of stress hormones brought on by financial debt can create a severe imbalance of chemicals in the brain. It is said that individuals with debt problems are 3x more likely to have mental health issues. This can lead to depression, as well as chronic anxiety and psychotic disorders.
Difficulty Fighting Illness
Your body is seriously out of whack because the cortisol and adrenaline in the body is ramped up thus robbing you of the necessary ability to maintain a healthy immune system. Your body then finds it very hard to fight infections.
Do you really want to do anything knowing that if you spend money, guilt takes over and manages to kill all the joy of hanging out with friends or family?
It’s embarrassing to know you have debt when everyone else appears to be just fine. Debt is like an STD (Sexual Transmitted Disease) - no one wants to talk about it.
Fights, screaming, crying, silence, frustration and break ups are all part and parcel because of debt.
Having to constantly think of debt and carry that burden can make special times very sour and decrease your sexual drive.
While some of these effects are in fact scientifically proven, I’m also speaking from personal experience! I have dealt with debt and bad credit myself. But I found a way to get out of it. I’m now a sought after financial speaker who has helped many people turn their debt situations around. If you’re going through any of this, please contact me so I can help fight for you.
Your Financial Fighter
Ian Webster's nearly two decades of recognized experience at several well-known financial organizations has given him the inside track on the upsell of products such as mortgages and mutual funds and allowed him to help clients with everything from lowering their taxes to developing profitable investment portfolios. His expertise has been featured in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, and Time. He has also been a featured financial speaker at many high-profile networking functions.
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