As the spring weather makes it much-awaited return and the temperatures outside gradually increase, many people are looking for ways to increase their activity and get them out into the fresh air so that they can enjoy the milder weather and the beauty of nature springing back to life after the long, cold winter months.
One of the challenges of being a family caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is that you can find yourself dealing with unexpected issues, such as bathing. Some days may be easier than others, but these tips can help.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a type of depression that mainly affects people who live in colder climates far from the equator. In these areas of the country, there isn’t much sunlight during the winter months, which is most likely the main cause of SAD.