With increased costs often comes greater stress; here’s how to cope this winter.
British people are increasingly worried about the cost-of-living crisis. Inflation is at an all-time high and our energy bills are increasing dramatically despite the government’s domestic price cap. Not only this, but the UK is now braced for a recession, which is set to hit households later in the year.
Not only are Brits worried but it seems that the cost-of-living crisis is actually the biggest cause of our stress right now too.
People are getting increasingly worried about the cost-of-living crisis.
Certainly, a big part of worry is the ‘unknown’ and we want to help reduce that. So, we’ve tackled important questions about the cost-of-living crisis head on in this article.
Read on to get your cost-of-living questions answered.
As we count down to December 25th, many people will be feeling the pressure of delivering a magical time when money is tight. But it can be overwhelming to create a picture perfect holiday filled with lavish gifts, food and happy family celebrations. Sadly, 41% of Brits have said they are worried a lack of funds would crush their seasonal plans this year.
Aside from financial stress due to the cost of living being a common concern right now, one of the stressors many of us seem to be facing this winter is managing our anxiety due to the soaring costs of energy.
Whilst we can’t control the energy prices, we can help with some ways to manage increased anxiety. Here are five ways to help you keep your cool at home as the energy prices soar:
British people are becoming more and more worried about the cost-of-living crisis. And sadly, it’s a worry that’s unlikely to go away anytime soon.
With this in mind, here are seven ways you can take back control and begin to manage your family’s financial wellbeing this winter.
Lucie Ironman, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner at Vita Health Group discusses worry and our mental health
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