Volume 20 No 5 (2022)
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CAREGIVERS STRESS SYNDROME: AN UNDER DIAGNOSED CONDITION
Ms. S. Sumiya, Mrs. Anjani Devi Nelavala, Ms. Kesani Vanaja Lakshmi Durga Bhavani, Ms. Toijam Monika Devi, Ms. Akurathi Mary Madhuri
Abstract
In this review article author explained the caregivers stress syndrome and coping mechanism. Caregivers stress is typically chronic and a challenging task. However, it is often recognized as a problem when they exhibit stress symptoms such as irritability, anxiety, fatigue, disturbed sleep, various medical health problems, depression, neglected personal care and responsibilities, exhaustive etc. The caregivers also may show their stress as drinking alcohol and smoking. There is need to aware to cope-up with stress among caregivers through identification of under diagnosed conditions or to prevent unwanted consequences. The author pointed out positive aspects of care giving while taking care of their ill relatives, the positive aspects were associated with better quality of life as steps to deal with caregiver stress and burnout.
Keywords
caregiver, stress syndrome, burnout, cope-up.
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