Exploring the connection between your physical and mental health and your financial wellbeing
Health and wellbeing is intrinsically connected to mental and physical wellbeing. Find out how and why it's important to look after them all (we have some suggestions!).
Financial stress can have a significant impact on our physical and mental health, creating a three-way link that affects our overall sense of wellness. Studies have highlighted a series of cycles surrounding these three factors that, if not slowed or broken, can cause our wellbeing to spiral downwards.
While it may be difficult to see a direct link between, for example, financial stress and poor physical health, these cycles show just how easily one can impact the other. This article explores why understanding these physical, mental and financial health cycles is so essential to our overall wellbeing.
It seems every time we check our phone, open our computer or watch TV we’re hit with economic news. Interest rate rises, cost of living pressures, inflation and house prices dominate the newsfeed. But do these things really affect how you measure up on the financial scale? And what do they mean for your financial wellbeing? Despite the economic climate affecting us all, we each have unique financial situations, goals and perceptions – where you fit on the financial scale and where you think you fit could be very different.
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In today’s online world, consumerism is everywhere. On social media, we are bombarded with images of celebrities and friends who seem to have it all, we are constantly being sold something and encouraged to buy now. And as we become an increasingly cashless society, our awareness of what we’re spending and why is fading.
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