caregivers need care, too.

Current CDC and WHO research shows that burdens placed on caregivers increase risk for cognitive decline. What's next? Pain, chronic stress, social isolation, depression, decreased sleep. And eating for convenience versus health. All this triggers a decline in caregiver health. 

How Many of These Signs of Burnout Do You Have?

  1. You feel increased irritation, frustration, or anger over small things.
  2. Your gentle, unhurried approach to providing care is disappearing or gone.
  3. You raise your voice at your loved one more often lately. Later, you feel upset and guilty.
  4. You often skip aspects of your loved one's care that are important to his or her well-being because they're just too difficult.
  5. Your own mental health is declining; perhaps you're struggling with increased anxiety, depression, or insomnia.
  6. Your own physical health is declining. For example, you've had to increase your high blood pressure medication or you've injured yourself when trying to transfer your loved one into a wheelchair.
  7. Your own family is experiencing dysfunction, and your care for your loved one is harming your family.


Change your life by getting help now. Access caregiver disease prevention in Greenville now. Refuel your emotional and physical energy. Our evidence-based protocols will improve your outlook and ability to care for your loved one.

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