The Zen of Cancer Caregiving - Recharge Your Batteries!

If you are a caregiver for someone with cancer, it's important to take care of yourself too! This eMedTV slideshow presents several tips to make sure you do just that, from taking a walk or a nap to treating yourself to something special.

The Zen of Cancer Caregiving - Recharge Your Batteries!
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Go for a Walk

When you're caring for a loved one with cancer, sometimes, the seasons simply pass by without your notice. Take time to reconnect with the physical world around you with a walk. The fresh air, exercise, and connection with nature will help clear your thoughts, put things in perspective, and recharge your body and mind.

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