Tag: sleep deprivation

Caregiver’s Log, Thursday, May 24, 2018. When Alzheimer’s gets Angry Part 2

By Samra Jones Bufkins He's been home from the hospital for 10 days. His meds were radically adjusted (more on that in another blog). I've been walking on eggshells the whole time. He's grouchy, and the last 4 nights he's gotten up at least 2 times, usually more. When doesn't sleep, neither do I. Yesterday … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, Thursday, May 24, 2018. When Alzheimer’s gets Angry Part 2

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Caregiver’s Log, February 3, 2018, 6:15 am

Caregiver’s Log, February 3, 2018, 6:15 am

By Samra Jones Bufkins Things have calmed down in the past few days, but at 6:15 this morning, sound asleep, I felt a presence looking down on me. Bill was standing next to the bed with a scowl on his face. Pointing his finger he demanded "What are you doing?" Softly, I said "Sleeping. It's … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, February 3, 2018, 6:15 am

Caregiver’s Log, October 13, 2017

by Samra Jones Bufkins I’m going to start “Caregiver Logs” (inspired by Star Trek’s Captain’s Log) as part of this blog, describing incidents and behaviors we experience. For the first few posts I’ll be going back in recent time. I’ll venture into the TMI zone here, because people need to know that hostility, agitation and … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, October 13, 2017