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Mood Management

Reviewed by Benedict Albensi, PhD, BCMAS, CRQM

It's normal for both the person with Alzheimer's disease and their family caregivers to experience feelings of loss, depression and anxiety. Spending time doing things you enjoy and socializing with people you love can help improve mood. Seeking therapeutic support from a counselor (licensed clinical social worker or psychologist) with expertise in aging, memory disorders or caregiving issues can help you process your emotions and reduce some of the stress or negative feelings you may experience.

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