…If we’re healthy and someone walks up to one of us and says “You look sick,” that’s OK. It’s stressful; but, we can brush it off.
If 3 more people do the same thing, our bodies are likely to get sick, no matter how well we were before we were told we don’t look too well.
There are many causes of stress that we can overcome with money.
Politicians devour money and they are always hungry for more.
Whenever there’s poverty, it’s because the excess that we create daily is being eaten by lunatics along with that which we need to survive.
When we get a bill, need a car repair, get a tax notice, miss a day at work, or any event linked to money, it creates stress.
If we have savings we can tap into those and our body can deal with the inconvenience…
If we don’t have money saved for a rainy day; we need to spend time learning and using techniques to counteract stress; like, meditation, EFT, NLP, THC, PIP’s, nutrition, massage, or some other method we have discovered that works for us.
Stress starts a cascade of negative energy we can do without. Learn more about how to transform stress.
Stress, Portrait of a Killer – Full Documentary (2008)
Stress in America Caused by Money
By Dr. Mercola
The American Psychological Association (APA) has released its latest “Stress in America” report, with some good news to report. Overall, average stress levels in the US are trending downward.
On a 10-point scale, with 1 being “little or no stress” and 10 being “a great deal of stress,” the average stress level was 4.9 in 2014, compared to over 6 in 2007.1
That being said, many are still reporting high levels of stress, especially when it comes to one major factor: money.
Money and Financial Pressures Are Stressing Americans Out
Money topped the list of stressors to Americans, beating out work, family responsibilities, and health concerns.
Close to three-quarters of Americans (72 percent) said they feel stressed about money at least some of the time, and close to one-quarter (22 percent) said they experience extreme stress about money.
In the last year, most Americans have taken steps to cut back on their expenses, including using coupons, cooking more at home, and cutting back on non-essentials.
Despite these steps, 54 percent of Americans say they have “just enough” or “not enough” money to make ends meet at the end of the month.
What’s more, 32 percent of Americans said their lack of money prevents them from living a healthy lifestyle, while one in five have skipped (or considered skipping) needed doctor’s visits due to financial concerns.
It’s a vicious cycle, because both stress and financial pressure can take a toll on your health, which in turn may create more stress and money trouble. According to the APA report:2
“These findings stand against a backdrop of research that shows the profound effects of stress on health status and longevity.
Research also shows that financial struggles strain individuals’ cognitive abilities, which could lead to poor decision-making and may perpetuate their unfavorable financial and health situations.”
Health Care Costs Are a Leading Source of Financial Stress…
When you follow the link to the article source, towards the end you are provided a free video training to get you started using EFT for stress. It is very helpful.