Research spotlights draining tolls taken on caregivers’ health

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November is “National Family Caregivers Month” – which recognizes all of the selfless people who help care for their loved ones.

Research shows that caregiving can take a significant emotional, physical, and financial toll on a person.

According to a recent survey, 36% of caregivers suffer from depression and anxiety, which is 114% more than non-caregivers.

In addition, 56% of caregivers say it’s not realistic for them to take a day off for their emotional and mental health.

A psychologist with the Cleveland Clinic says its important caregivers get time for themselves.

While it may not always be feasible, there are little things that can help.

Learn about what some of them are by watching the video.