"...Concerns about financial matters can lead to elevated stress levels, particularly in times of great economic hardship. Cardrates.com spoke with psychiatrist Michael S. Ziffra of Northwestern University in Chicago and the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) to understand more about the connection between stress and finance, and how it can lead to more serious conditions. Ziffra explained that in times of uncertainty, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic, people can feel higher levels of stress about finances and simply not knowing what the future holds. Ziffra also discussed how to identify when it may be time to seek professional help...