- You begin to withdraw socially, curtailing visits and phone calls with close friends
- You have given up hobbies and activities that you have enjoyed for years, being too exhausted to get even daily tasks completed.
- You are developing stress-related issues such as back pain, headaches, chronic feelings of fatigue and depression.
- You have more health issues, coming down with colds, flu and other illnesses more than usual.
- You have a short temper, finding yourself getting mad in the checkout line, in traffic, and at family and friends.
- You have outbursts of anger at your loved one living with the disease; because there is no cure, or because he/she doesn't understand his/her behavior is erratic or difficult.
- You have gained or lost weight unintentionally.
- You have greater anxiety, an unshakable feeling of despair or pessimism.
- You cry “for no reason” or over minor issues.
- You experience sleeplessness or chronic insomnia caused by a never-ending list of concerns.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please feel free to give us a call at 888-478-2410.
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* Adapted from 2014 Alzheimer’s Association.