Menopause, family caregiver plus job responsibilities, may result in feeling like a hot flushing, night sweating, sleep deprived juggler.
November is National Family Caregivers Month in the United States. In Caregiver Stress: What Is A Caregiver? the Office on Women’s Health, United States Department of Health and Human Services Womenshealth.gov elaborate on:
In Caregiver Stress: Who Are Caregivers? the Womenshealth.gov note:
In I Have a Job And I’m The Caregiver for My Loved One the (United States) Caregiver Action Network elaborate on:
- “Seek support from other caregivers. You are not alone!
- Take care of your own health so that you can be strong enough to take care of your loved one
- Accept offers of help and suggest specific things people can do to help you
- Learn how to communicate effectively with doctors
- Caregiving is hard work so take respite breaks often
- Watch out for signs of depression and don’t delay getting professional help when you need it
- Be open to new technologies that can help you care for your loved one
- Organize medical information so it’s up to date and easy to find
- Make sure legal documents are in order
- Give yourself credit for doing the best you can in one of the toughest jobs there is!”
Depending on the Country, unpaid leave may be available. In Stress Management: In-Depth – Caregiver Stress: Tips for Taking Care of Yourself – The Caregiver Who Works Outside the Home the (United States) Clinic note:
Health Topics A-Z
Where may I find Health Topics related to Meno Martha, Menopause, Family Caregiver?
In Health Topics A-Z you may find:
Where may I find Links related to Meno Martha, Menopause, Family Caregiver?
Your Country may have Links similar to: