People struggling to pay loans are "three times more likely to have mental health problems"

The true cost of debt: People struggling to pay loans are 'three times more likely to have mental health problems'People with debt problems find stress and anxiety spills over into other areas of their livesMore severe mental health effects are found among people who are late with housing or rent paymentsIn parts of the country where bankruptcy and repossession are more common, the impact of debt on people’s mental health is less severe | UPDATED: 09:07 GMT, 13 September 2012 Hard-up people struggling to pay their debts are more than twice as likely to have mental health problems or suffer with severe anxiety, according to a study.