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3 Important Signs That An Alzheimer’s Caregiver Needs A Break

3 Important Signs That An Alzheimer’s Caregiver Needs A Break

If you are caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, you must know the many challenges that comes with providing their care. This is where our caregivers at Home With Help comes in. At Home With Help, we have professional caregivers who can help you – whether you need respite care or for someone else to be the primary care provider, we are here for you.

Asking for help is not a sign of weakness; in fact, there comes a time when it becomes the best choice – both for you and your loved one. As a concerned provider of personal care services in the greater Scottsdale, Phoenix AZ, we care greatly for you. That is why we have compiled these list of signs indicating that you need our help today.

  • Experiencing sleep issues.

    Some Alzheimer’s patients may have disrupted sleep and they might end up wandering around at night – this causes you to lose sleep as well since you have the task of watching over them. This routine eventually causes your own sleeping patterns to be disrupted. However, you have to remember that you can’t go on without proper rest. So, allow us to help you by taking over for at least a night so that you can get some undisrupted sleep.

  • Increased irritation and anger.

    Do you find yourself easily getting irritated and angry with your loved one? If you feel yourself getting increasingly short-tempered with your family, it is a sign that you are experiencing caregiver burnout. You might end up lashing out at your loved ones, and you might end up doing or saying things that you don’t mean. Before it gets to this point, allow our caregivers at Home With Help to help you.

  • Getting sick more frequently.

    Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be tough – both physically and mentally. This is why you need to make sure that you remain healthy; after all, how would you take care of someone else if you’re sick as well? So, if you find yourself getting sick more frequently (more headaches, constantly catching colds, developing chronic neck and back pains, etc.), it’s time that you reach out to somebody else for help.

Everyone needs help sometimes, and it is important for you to identify the signs indicating that you can no longer do it yourself. Make sure to remember the tips mentioned above and give us a call at 480-941-0200 to enjoy our services today.

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