As a caregiver, how do you manage your family member's heart disease?
To answer your question about caring for a member with heart disease. I would without a doubt try to give them as much support and attention as I possibly could. Let them know you are there 100% of the time for them, and will do whatever it takes to help them. But remember you are human as well, and do have a life, so do not forget about yourself either. Family comes first however, no matter what other obstacles get in the way. Also establishing a good working relationship with a cardiologist will also assist during these trying times. Not just to provide medical treatment for your family member, but also to provide useful feedback to help you cope. I hope that I had helped somewhat in providing feedback in reference to the health issue; you are going through with this family member.
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