As we usually discuss the advantages of better habits to improve health and overall well-being, it’s important to also acknowledge the people actually standing in the front line of better health.
Caregivers, whether they are doctors and nurses, assistants and students, wives, husbands, daughters, sons, brothers and sisters.
Neurodegenerative diseases can be presented with various symptoms, yet most of them include memory loss, which usually makes everything harder, especially for the patient’ family, who is commonly a dominant caregiver.
One of the base-line understandings about those diseases is that one can never know how long it will last. Therefore, the importance of maintaining a strong, reliable, and as-happy-as-possible environment should be prioritized.
The international day for raising awareness of Alzheimer’s disease is a great opportunity to remind you, the caregivers, to take care of yourselves, and to let you know you are not alone.