We all know that an active lifestyle is important for good health. But finding the motivation to exercise can be tough. Even if you're active, you may have a loved one who doesn't exercise. Here's how you can help your loved one get up and get on the path to better fitness.
You're the caregiver for a family member or friend. You deal with pressures that most people don't understand. You've put your own life plans on hold. You may feel exhausted, overwhelmed and even frustrated or angry. But it's important to remember to take care of yourself, too. Here are some simple things that can make a difference.
More than 22 million Americans are involved in some form of helping elderly family members or friends with their daily routines. If you're part of this group, whether you call yourself a caregiver, or simply a good daughter or son, you know that caring for an aging parent or friend has its rewards and its trials.