Wellness and health professionals
These triggers can lead to compassion fatigue which contributes to detrimental symptoms in professionals. These signs may be all encompassing as they can impact a health professional physically, spiritually, emotionally and in their careers. Emotionally they may have a sense of enjoyment in their work. Spiritually they may also feel cynical and develop a negative outlook in their life. In their tasks caregiver may postpone or postpone their responsibilities. These symptoms in conjunction with each other may be damaging to the health professional leaving them incapable of performing their job.
Caring for other people can be a difficult task since it takes an individual to become fully capable in order to look after those who do not have their full skills. So as to effectively complete these tasks caregivers must have their spiritual, physical and psychological needs be met. Spiritually a caregiver should have some kind of religion in what they do. They must feel as if they are making a difference or all their effort is moving towards a worthwhile objective.
With no feelings that a caregiver could be discouraged from their functions. Physically a caregiver needs to have sufficient sleep, energy and food to be able to complete the tasks of their position. If a health professional is physically weak they will not have the ability to care for another person. Emotionally a caregiver should feel content and secure in their own position. Caregivers must receive some form of satisfaction from their job or they will not have any desire to finish their responsibilities. A caregiver who takes care of these and their needs can provide improved care to their patients.