Cash crisis in the nation is affecting mental health
According to a report, people are not only suffering from panic attacks, but are also suffering from irritable syndrome a psychiatrist has revealed. Cash crisis in the nation is affecting mental health of the people.
Centre’s decision of demonetization is taking toll on the mental health of many cash strapped businessmen. According to psychiatrists, a lot people are approaching them, who are suffering from mental stress after centre’s move to demonetize Rs500 and Rs 1000 currency notes.
Notes of 500 and 1000 were scrapped on November 8th and since then common people are going through a lot of problems. Scrapping notes have also caused problems for the existing patients also as they are now finding it difficult to keep their appointments as they have very little cash, according to reports.
Notably, besides medicines psychiatric patients are being prescribed relaxation therapy and distraction techniques to cope with the situation.
Notably, people who are approaching psychiatrists are mostly from middle and upper- middle class. Decision of banning the notes of 500 and 1000 is seen as Modi’s biggest step to combat black money, but it has badly affected the working class also.
Centre’s move has been criticized by many, but the government is no mood to roll back its decision. And the government has also assured people that condition will soon come back to normal.
The government is trying its level best to tackle the problem of cash crunch in the country. From today onwards one would be able to withdraw Rs.2000 cash at Petrol Pump.
Cash crunch across the nation has really created a fuss among people. And a lot of people are approaching psychiatrists to seek help as their mental health has been adversely affected.