You may no longer be a carer for a number of different reasons. The person you cared for may have recovered and no longer need your support. Or they may be in hospital or a care home. Even so, you will still be providing some care. You could still be regularly visiting them, or be involved in decisions about their care.
You may no longer be a carer because the person you care for has died. Even if you felt prepared for this, you may still feel shocked and numb. It is common to have many different feelings, and sometimes physical symptoms. You may be deeply upset, and at the same time feel relieved. These are all natural and normal feelings to have. Coping with bereavement is a slow process.