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What do I need to know about caring for someone with toxic anoxia?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Caring for someone recovering from toxic anoxia can be as difficult on you as it is on your loved one. It's important to remain positive and supportive throughout the recovery process. Help your loved one as they work with various therapists and specialists, and remember that results may not be immediate. Stay informed about the role of each specialist and about the progress being made. Since recovery can be very difficult, it's crucial that you provide both physical and emotional support for your loved one.

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