It’s no secret that renting is horrible for our mental health.
Moving regularly, high agency fees and dodgy landlords all make renting a minefield – but with soaring house prices, millennials have little to no choice.
Now, new research from the Health Foundation suggests that it isn’t just our mental health that will suffer as a result of unstable living conditions, but our physical health, too.
The research, which looked at housing instability, financial hardship, and relationship difficulties among people in their 20s, suggests that we could be the first generation to have poorer health in middle age than our parents.
The increase in stress and… Read the full story