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Being a caregiver can be very stressful and demanding. It can even lead to caregiver burnout — a feeling of mental, physical and emotional exhaustion. Burnout can often lead to poor health and feelings of depression or anxiety. Caregivers may turn to unhealthy behaviors, like smoking or abusing alcohol, to cope with the pressures.
Learn the warning signs of caregiver burnout. The Cleveland Clinic says signs may include:
If you suffer from burnout, find ways to take care of yourself. Here are a few ways you can stay healthy:
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Originally published 5/5/2020; Revised 2022
I really get frustrated about my mom, cause I do take care of her and always doing for her. I get so frustrated at times I get a little angry. I have no help from my sisters. So that alone is frustrating. I need some guidance as to what I can do to keep from getting frustrated. Thank you for your co cern.
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