Musculoskeletal

Gradually loses its independence, reaching neglected herself: not taken time off for your leisure, abandons its hobbies, comes out with its friendships, etc. and just paralyzed, for long years, their life projects. CHANGES that are produced in your life when we are responsible for the care of a family member sick occur in our life a series of short and long-term changes: changes in family relations (new tasks, conflicts), changes in work and the economic situation (absenteeism, abandonment, increase in expenses,) changes in leisure time (decrease in time spent on leisure(, family, friends, ultimately, ourselves) changes in health (fatigue, sleep disorders), changes in the State of mood (guilt, concern, sadness, anxiety,) for the family: signs of the disorder it is important that family members and friends of the primary caregiver are aware of a number of symptoms that may be signs of the presence of the disorder: aggressiveness against the other tension against supporting carers (not serving the patient correctly) impatience with the patient denial of its actual state progressive isolation demotivation depression fatigue anxiety continued oppression psychosomatic disorders (feels overwhelmed by the situation) feelings of guilt. SYMPTOMS of physical symptoms disorder primary caregivers tend to have poorer health than the members of the family not caregivers and are at risk for increased incidence of organic and physiological problems such as (Gallant and Connell, 1998;) Schulz and cols, 1995; Webber and cols, 1994): 1 – disorders Musculoskeletal and associated headaches 2 – cardiovascular pathologies 3 – 4 gastrointestinal disorders – alterations of the immune system 5 – respiratory problems however, still suffering from these disorders, do not usually go to medical consultations. Likewise performed less care of own health behaviors, such as not getting enough sleep, eating improperly, not vaccinated, not exercise, abusing alcohol or tobacco, consume in excess anxiolytics and hypnotics, breaching medical treatments, etc. The psychological symptoms mental health of principal caregivers tends to be more affected than physical health: clinical problems (depression, anxiety, stress, hypochondriasis, etc) psychosomatic problems (headache, loss of appetite, tremor, gastric problems, palpitations, vertigo, unprompted allergies, insomnia, problems with memory and concentration, etc) emotional problems: Although the feelings are something natural in the caregiver are converted into something disturbingbecause a who can’t control them.

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