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self-care Tag

We all want to provide the best care possible for our loved ones. Yet, sometimes we need to ask the question: Who is caring for the caregiver? Caregiver burnout is a legitimate concern for any family or person who provides ongoing service to physically or mentally dependent individuals. WebMD lists a few symptoms of Caregiver Burnout: Irritability Loss of interest in usual activities Withdrawal from friends and family Feeling blue, helpless, hopeless Change in sleep patterns Loss of

We all experience stress. It's an unavoidable part of life. Some stress is positive – like when we’re preparing for a party. Other stress is negative – such as dealing with loss of employment, natural disaster or debilitating illness. The normal human response to stressful events is emotional or physical tension. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) lists the following as common reactions to a stressful event. Disbelief and shock Tension and