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There are many of us who, at this time, are feeling the pinch of the recession.  For a large number of people, things seem like a constant struggle as people work hard to earn money and yet still seem to have none.  But although many organisations are trying to offer support and ideas to help reduce the strain a little, there are still many of us, who feel that due to money worries our lives are spiraling out of control, and there are serious health implications when this feeling occurs.

Some healthcare companies who help people with mental health difficulties are now warning of the damage that depression can have on our mental health, and are trying to make people aware of what strategies they can adopt to try and reduce this strain (The Priory).

One of the greatest risks that the recession poses to our mental health is the risk of depression (The Priory).  Having constant worries on your mind about how you are going to feed your family can have a very damaging impact, and can lead to some very serious consequences.  The trouble is that those who feel these extreme feelings can often turn to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to try and combat them, and this can lead to even more severe outcomes, and worse mental and physical health than before. 

It is for this reason that individuals who are feeling severely depressed or are aware that they have been misusing substances may be advised to access rehab therapy to help them cope with these negative feelings, and help them regain control of their lives.  Although rehab or therapy may not be able to fix the problems that contribute to these mental health difficulties, they can do a lot to help people develop better ways to cope, and in some cases it can save lives, but helping people see the positives and make efforts to improve their health.


The Priory.  Priory warns of 'recession-depression' escalation.  Sourced from:

Published by on 31/07/2020.

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