This list of Caregiver Rights will help you re-focus some time and energy on caring for yourself and let you know that it's not unusual to feel under-appreciated, frustrated, left out and even angry.
Physical activity is proven to improve both mental and physical health. It tackles anxiety, depression and anger. Read more about how you can rejuvenate yourself.
As a caregiver, you may think your first responsibility is to your loved one, but it's really to yourself. To do the best, you must be in the best possible health yourself.
Maintaining good nutrition habits is tough for anyone, but it's especially difficult for a caregiver. Often your loved one is on a special diet or has a particularly selective appetite, but your diet is also important.
Reality Check
As a caregiver, there are a lot of things you would like to control. However, you having a realistic outlook on what can and can't be controlled is important.
Reach Out
When your communication is clear, assertive and constructive, you're more likely to be heard and get the response you need. Get specific guidance on communicating with family, friends, healthcare professionals and more.
One of the most important things you can do for yourself and your loved one is to carve out time and space for yourself. This has to be a conscious action that you take every day.
These resources will help you better care for someone who has heart disease or who has had a heart attack, heart surgery or a stroke.

Healthy Living Resource Guide for All Seniors

Any person of any age can make healthy changes. Our Resource Guide and exercise infographic will help you make smart choices as you and your loved ones look to maintain health and wellness.
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