Stress remains a constant companion in our lives.
Stress is what keeps life adventuresome.
Yet, caregivers are especially vulnerable to the damaging health-effects of ongoing stress.
Life today moves at a fast pace for many of us. We’re racing from one thing to the next while churning the day’s activities in our minds. We try hard not to forget something, so we can keep up in the fast lane.
Sometimes, the fast lane backs up and we need to change lanes to de-stress.
Recently, I was invited to contribute to Caring.com’s EXPERTS weigh in on a topic–What can a caregiver do to de-stress?
Read brief tips ranging from losing yourself in music, focused breathing, more sleep, and the five-minute respite from a medical doctor, an occupational therapist, a dermatologist, and yours truly.