Having obligation affects mental health
Having debts affects mental health - A new study from University of United State of America reveals that individuals who maintain economic debts are three times more likely to suffer mental health problems than those who are indebted.
Its work, based on 34,000 subjects and published in Clinical Psychology Review analyzed how it affects humans economic debts either deferred payments with credit cards, loans or mortgages.
The results showed that one quarter of participants with debts suffered mental problems, especially depression, drug dependence and psychosis , as well as being more prone to suicide. However, among people who had their healthy economy and had no money, the incidence of mental illness did not reach nine percent.
Thomas Richardson, co-author of the study, says that this is a result that mental health professionals should have into account when treating patients as if they problems obligation and are not resolved, the conditions may be aggravated.
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