Beware and Know the Signs of Caregiver Burnout
Caring for a loved one is a privilege and can be enjoyable and rewarding. However, over time, especially for the primary caregiver who is responsible for their loved one(s) from eight to 24 hours per day, it can take its toll on your health, relationships, and state of mind too. Caregiver burden can lead to anxiety, depression and finally caregiver burnout, especially if there is little hope of your loved one recovering and no end in sight. When you face caregiver burnout it can be disastrous for everyone—if you are tired and unable to care for your loved one, who will?
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