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How to Be a Caregiver Without Forgetting to Take Care of Yourself

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  • Signs That You Need a Break

    New health problems are often the first warning that caregiving is taking a serious toll. Red flags that you should see a doctor include headaches, back pain, constant fatigue, substantial weight loss or weight gain, an increase in blood pressure, sleeplessness and repetitive colds or viruses. Signs of depression that call for a visit to a mental health professional include a change in sleep and appetite; feelings of hopelessness and helplessness; pervasive feelings of guilt; an inability to enjoy any activities; regular feelings of nervousness, nausea, or shortness of breath; and thoughts of suicide.

Self Help
How to Be a Caregiver Without Forgetting to Take Care of Yourself
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