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Updated: Jan 1




Caregiver burnout is a state of physical, emotional and mental exhaustion. Stressed caregivers may experience fatigue, anxiety and depression. Some ways to prevent burnout include joining a caregiver support group and using respite care services.


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Updated: Jan 1



According to a recent Harvard report, physician burnout is “a public health crisis that urgently demands action.”


Out of love, out of obligation, maybe out of a sense of just doing what’s right, you might be one of more than 40 million adults in North America taking care of an elderly, chronically ill or disabled loved one, according to Pew Research Center.

In fact, 70 percent of family caretakers take care of one person over 65, while 22 percent help two people and 7 percent care for three or more people. Thirty-two percent (32 percent) of caregivers describe the experience as stressful.

Sound familiar?

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The pandemic posed a Herculean challenge for the women-dominated healthcare industry, which is the largest single employment sector in America. Thousands of healthcare workers died. And still more carry immense psychological wounds in an industry where a third of workers say burnout is driving them out.


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