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Caregiving for a loved one with dementia can consume your life. But when everything revolves around that person, no time or energy is left to take care of yourself.
That’s bad for both of you, said UC San Diego neuropsychologist Guerry (pronounced “Gary”) M. Peavy. An exhausted person won’t be able to provide the best care, she said. Worse, the caregiver’s own health becomes at risk, raising the chance of cardiovascular disease or even dementia.
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