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Caregiver Burnout

Posted by HarborChase on Jan 1, 2018 8:00:00 AM | 3 minute read

It’s past noon and you haven’t had a chance to eat a full meal, finish that cup of coffee abandoned on the kitchen counter, or even respond to text messages you received yesterday from friends checking in on how you are doing. This is the life of a family caregiver well on their way to a condition known as ‘caregiver burnout’. Caring for a family member or loved one is an intense and demanding job, many times lasting 24-hours a day and seven days per week. Because of this, many caregivers eventually reach a level of mental and physical exhaustion that compromises their health.

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Topics: Health Habits, Care Partners

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