A carer must also find time for themselves

A carer must also find time for themselves
 

0 Have your say In the previous article, we looked at the many causes of stress when we care for a loved one.
How do we know when the stress is becoming too much and what can we do to address this?
You may find you don’t get out much as all your time is focused on care. You may argue with the person, and conflict with other family members becomes more common.
You feel restless and lack energy, but also anxious, worried or angry. This can be accompanied by heartburn, upset stomach, headaches or palpitations. Concentrating becomes harder and you become forgetful. Sleep becomes affected, and... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 32
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