Due to high dependence level of their relatives with Alzheimer's or Dementia, caregivers are often subjected to assistance-related physical and emotional burden Corrêa, M., Bromberg, 2016.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau 11 million, or 28% of people aged 65 and older, lived alone at the time of the census. These adults 52 and older, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, that are both socially isolated and alone have a higher risk of mortality.
The scores of general health of the mothers showed that majority (88.89%)of mothers reported social dysfunction and half (59.26%) of them showed symptoms of anxiety/insomnia and around (29.63%) stated to have somatic symptoms, according to Kaur, 2016.
With new moms studies show that crying in infants is a
normal physiological response; however, prolonged crying can produce a great
deal of frustration and stress for new parents and has been
found to be related to shaken baby syndrome Stadtlander, L, 2016.