Having little or no money to spend can be a problem that leads to other problems if you worry too much about it.

Financial worryis a shortcut to stress, lack of sleep and anxiety. If you let it get the better of you it 'll deny you a healthy and quality life.

Here are the harmful effects money worry can have on your health.

1. It wastes your time thinking on the negatives

Worrying about money gets you to preoccupy your mind with negative outcomes, and this gives you less time to think about and focus on more productive things. In fact, this only leads to more worry because it won't let you accomplish other positives you want to achieve.

2. Denies you life's enjoyment

Don't make financial choices you might regret
Don't make financial choices you might regret

When you are worried about something,especially if it is money related, you'll hardly have a moment to enjoy yourself. For instance, worrying about your budget that is not working might discourage you from playing around or have some fun because you don't know how to sustain yourself till you get the next paycheck.


3. Gives you sleepless night

There is nothing worse than having a long, tiring day and then get home at night and still not be able to sleep. This happens when you let your mind focus too much on financial burdens. The fear and anxiety you nurse about money won't solve the problem. Instead, it'll only deny you the needed rest at night and stare at you in the face the next morning.

4. Makes you unhealthy

Stressing over money could give you muscle tension, ulcers, chest pain, high blood pressure and headache. And the truth is, these health problems could end up costing more money

5 Could lead to behavioural issues

Investment moves you need to start making
Investment moves you need to start making

People react to stress in different ways. In a bid to calm their nerves, some smoke, some find solace in alcohol, and others have eating disorder. In fact, some people might withdraw from social situations. All these could happen if you let your financial plights get the better of you.