Recognizing any signs of caregiver burnout early can help you take care better care of your loved one and you.Quoted From: https://www.visitingangels.com/albanyor/articles/recognize-the-signs-of-caregiver-stress-burnout/113
"Caring for an aging loved one is an important responsibility, but it can also be overwhelming. Managing their needs while focusing on other family and work obligations can potentially lead to caregiver burnout.Sometimes, you may not realize when your caregiving duties are having an adverse effectboth physically and mentallyon yourself. Often, friends and family are the first ones to notice.
Recognizing any signs of stress and emotional strain early before you experience the negative effects can help prevent caregiver burnout.If you are the primary support for an elderly or disabled family member, you should understand the signs when you are becoming overwhelmed. Trying to push through continuous stress and anxiety can have serious consequences potentially affecting your mental health, relationships, and ability to care for your loved one.lthough it might feel counterintuitive, taking time for yourself is actually the best thing you can do for everyone."