The inflation rate spiked, the rise in prices on everyday necessities decreased the value of money.
The Romans were having to trade with exterior partners for items that could not be produced.
During the Pax Romana, the Romans had 200 years of peace and good ruling by level headed dictators and emperors.
Despite Rome’s greatness in all of these areas, Rome would eventually fall.
Seeing political and economic corruption destroy the organization of the empire.
Imagine your ferocious empire just crumbling to the attack of foreign invasions.
Think about having lived in what was thought to be the mightiest of all empires.
Now, think about watching your once powerful empire become weakened by deadly plagues and natural disasters.
This lack of people make it even easier for the already brutally superior Huns to overthrow the “almighty” Rome.
If Rome had not been affected by such strong disasters and disease more soldiers would have been able to contribute to fighting the Huns.