3 Tips to Help Beat the Winter Blahs for Caregivers

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Caregivers spend most of their time indoors caring for their loved ones where it is dry and warm. They also must take time to care of themselves and not feel isolated, stressed, burnt out. Here are three winter survival tips.
1.) Stay Active:
Accept a friend’s request to sit with your loved one so you can go out and do errands, or take sometime to walk in nature and meditate on the calming yet invigorating effects of just breathing fresh air!
2) Stay Hydrated:
Staying indoors in a warm dry climate can be very drying and to maintain optimal health you must consume water it is a huge benefit for your body’s cells, tissues and organs.
Most rule of them suggest you should drink at least half of your body weight in ounces each day. Consume quality filtered or bottled water.
3) Steal a “Me Day”
Take time to treat yourself by doing a social activity that you enjoy or a day of pampering or attend an event that is especially designed for the caregiver in mine to help you restore and regroup
Whatever you do take the the time for YOU!  Join our Facebook page Caregivers Network to Restore and Regroup:
https://m.facebook.com/groups/4caregivers/ 
Karen Carter, MS, HHC
Holistic Health Coach, Yoga Teacher, Social Wellness Advocate
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Karen Carter
Karen Carter, MS, HHC, Is a Board Certified Holistic Health and Wellness Coach, 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Essential Oil Wellness Coach, Online Health Merchant of kchealthstore.gpdb.com, and member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She received training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she studied over 100 different dietary theories, coaching techniques and methods with some of the world’s top nutrition and lifestyle experts such as Deepak Chopra, Dr. Weil, and Iyanla Vazant. Acquired her Master’s of Science degree in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health and completed her Traditional Naturopathic Practitioner Diploma from Sandy Hill Institute for Natural Sciences. Her mission is to teach how a holistic approach to health and wellness is an effective lifestyle tool to a happy, healthy and balanced life. Karen is also a Social Wellness Advocate and Co-Founder of Phenomenal Women Empowerment Connections, a social networking organization inspiring and supporting women and caregivers

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