By Andy Merrett
Sep 2, 2005
Men’s midlife crisis starts at 25, research suggests
The pressure to have a better job, better house, more holidays, more time for themselves, worrying about their health and to reduce their debt levels at the same time affects 1 in 5 men aged 25-34, research suggests. This increasing anxiety is likened to that of the mid-life crisis although clearly the triggers for their stress are somewhat different.
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