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So, you have opted to take care of your loved one with Alzheimer’s, or another debilitating disease, yourself. Very noble and loving, also very stressful. This poster shows some easy things to do to help manage stress, always remember, the caregiver needs loving care as well.

The stress of family #caregiving doesn't have to overtake your day to day life. For tips to reduce stress as a family caregiver visit:

Over 40 million Americans serve as family caregivers to provide unpaid help to support an adult family member. To help ease this burden, the Philips CarePartners Mobile app allows caregivers to track and coordinate their tasks with a private network of caregivers. With CarePartners Mobile, caregivers can spend more time caring for their loved ones and less time figuring out what needs to be done.

"There are only four kinds of people in the world - Those who have been caregivers, Those who are currently caregivers, Those who will be caregivers, And those who will need caregivers." Rosalyn Carter

Caregiver Stress

These are great tips for relieving #stress! Try these and more by clicking on the infographic.

Caregiver Stress Control : Taking care of a loved one can be stressful. These tips are to help caregivers manage their stress and maintain their own health. > infographicsmania...

A very informative infographic showing how to manage caregiving stress.

What Is Caregiver Stress Syndrome?

Wonderful article on caregiver stress syndrome

Studies have shown that increased caregiver stress in Alzheimer's family caregivers increases the aging process of their brains, shrinks their brain tissue, increases risk for many inflammatory disease as well as increases their risk of developing dementia. On their loved one's side, this also translates into their inability to give their loved one good care. Read's blog on this by clicking on the photo. #Alzheimer'sCargiving

The Effects of #Stress ... this seems to be a recurring theme for me!