Nurses Duty To Work

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The doctors and physicians are big part of diagnosing and healing the illness but the healthcare industry’s backbone are the nurses who work tirelessly to serve and comfort the patients who are in pain. The nurses make sure that the patients are taking the medications as advised by the doctor and also that they are feeling relaxed. Nurses face a number of problems too while doing their job. Sometimes the patients are aggressive or are unwilling to take the medicine that is given by the doctor and it is indeed their duty to take care of the patients who are unable to take care of themselves. Nurses have a number of duties on the job and it is imperative that they do all of it without making mistakes. The exposure to chemicals and even electrical …show more content…
Human body is made to sleep at night and to work in day. Reversing this clock can cause both mental and physical health issues. Night shifts are extremely exhausting and people can’t get enough sleep during the day which makes them tired and unhappy. Nurses often feel annoyed and sometimes even feel angry because of this and it affects their work quality. Medical studies have revealed that taking breaks in night shifts helps the human body to work more effectively so it is imperative that a system is developed where nurses and other healthcare workers are given proper time to rest so they can work more effectively (Tweedy, …show more content…
These methods are used by the workers more specifically by the nurses as they try to escape from reality and want a place where they can no longer feel stressed or depressed. The reasons why nurses and healthcare workers are forced to use these methods are apparent and evident to anyone who’s researched or worked in a healthcare institute. The complications of maintaining their relations at both work and home cause them to feel even more stress. Most of the suicides are attempted by professionals who are in mid-career and have to manage a family alongside their job. At a point it gets extremely tough for them and they give up on life to take the easy way out. It has been noted that female nurses tend to commit suicide by ingesting harmful drugs while male workers tend to use more violent ways. The psychological issues faced by the nurses are unending and it has made their field an unhappy profession (SL & AD, 2003). The studies also show that even though dentists and other healthcare employees who don’t face the brunt of the work directly tend to commit suicide as well. It shows the fact that the nurses are much more exposed to emotional harm and are more likely to commit suicides since they’re not getting any mental support and aren’t even getting paid according to their job. Addiction to substances are some early indicators of depression which should be looked upon by their employer

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