- Author:Toni Battison
- Publisher:Age Concern Books; 2nd edition (October 16, 2003)
- Pages:200 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
- FB2 format1559 kb
- ePUB format1350 kb
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I watched the nurses care for her as she slowly died, and I realized that I. .Sometimes the symptoms of serious illnesses like cancer and diabetes are weak.
I watched the nurses care for her as she slowly died, and I realized that I wanted to be like them. One example of referred pain is when someone suffering a heart attack feels pain in their left shoulder, arm or hand. c pain is important to people. They stay weak for a long time and the illness remains undiagnosed. Many illnesses have the same symptoms.
This book will also teach you how to effectively manage common day-to-day situations, which change as the disease and the treatment progress. Inside, you'll find tools and support for your caregiving journey, including: Planning checklists Easy-to-understand medical information (supplied and validated by a Medical Advisory Board of more than 30 degreed professionals) Phrases to communicate with medical professionals Recommendations from fellow caregivers and patients Strategies to care for yourself.
I wish I had this book seven years ago when my husband was first diagnosed with cancer. Diana B. Denholm was the caregiver for her husband and she understands everything that a wife goes through during the caregiving process. I was in tears, reading the first chapter because I could relate to almost everything she and her fellow widows and caregiving wives were talking about.
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Take Care of Yourself. When caring for someone with bladder cancer, it's easy to become consumed with the management of their disease. You may find that any extra moments in your day are filled with reading the condition, scheduling and attending appointments, or tending to your loved one's recovery from chemotherapy or surgery. It is important to understand that depression and anxiety are common in caregivers. If you find yourself being all-consumed by your loved one's cancer diagnosis and treatment and/or are experiencing symptoms of depression or debilitating anxiety, please seek help from your primary care physician or from a mental health professional.
Support for Cancer Caregivers. Caring for the Caregiver. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) booklet, When Someone You Love Is Being Treated for Cancer, contains more detailed information for caregivers. For more information call the NCI at 1-800-4-CANCER (1-800-422-6237). You need to learn ways to take care of yourself. 8. Going With Your Loved One to Medical Visits.