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Health Tip: Managing Financial Stress


HealthDay News
Updated: Nov 15th 2019

(HealthDay News) -- More than three-quarters of Americans say money is a significant cause of stress for them, says the American Psychological Association.

To help manage financial stress, the association encourages people to:

  • Remain calm and stay focused.
  • Identify financial stressors and make a plan.
  • Recognize how you currently deal with stress related to money.
  • Turn challenging times into opportunities for growth and change.
  • Ask for professional support from financial planners and psychologists.