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Coming to terms with the diagnosis of an asbestos-related illness

On Behalf of | Apr 18, 2019 | Asbestos-Related Deaths

After working around asbestos for years, some Ohio residents hoped they would escape the repercussions. Sadly, far too many people still suffer from medical conditions related to this toxic substance. One illness that rarely comes with a good prognosis is mesothelioma. Coming to terms with such a diagnosis is not easy.

The stress involved in knowing that this condition has no cure and is often terminal must be overwhelming. An Ohio resident suffering from mesothelioma could experience depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and more. Lowering that stress ought to be a priority since it can affect a person’s physical condition as well as his or her mental condition. The use of techniques such as yoga, meditation and other stress-reducing activities may help.

However, part of the problem is that many who suffer from this condition feel alone even when surrounded by friends and family. They may need the assistance of people who better understand what they are going through as the disease progresses. Hospice care can provide this to the person suffering from mesothelioma while also giving otherwise dedicated friends and family a much needed break.

In the meantime, someone suffering from this illness may need legal assistance as well. As he or she contemplates the end of life, providing support for surviving family members could become a preoccupation. Part of this endeavor could involve seeking restitution for contracting mesothelioma due to asbestos exposure. Such a claim may begin while the afflicted family member remains alive and, if still unresolved, can continue after he or she passes away.


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