According to Mayo Clinic, about one in three adults in the United States provides care to other adults as informal caregivers. A caregiver is defined as anyone who is providing help to another person in need. This includes an ill spouse, partner, disabled child, or an aging relative. Unfortunately, being a caregiver is not an easy thing and many will experience an emotional or physical stress related to care giving.
Being a caregiver is a tough and can take a toll on your physical and mental health, it can be a difficult task for even the strongest people. It is a time-consuming job and it may time away from your ability to do other things. However, making sure that exercise remains a priority in your life is important for maintaining your own personal health.