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Caregivers and The Wall of Sound

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger
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March 2, 2022 3:30 am

Caregivers and The Wall of Sound

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger

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March 2, 2022 3:30 am

Noise bombards us every day. Traffic, 24-hour news, our mobile devices, and a host of other things forms a wall of sound that keeps many of us in a state of agitation.

For caregivers, taking a moment to sit quietly and settle our hearts down seems nearly impossible. But if we don’t take time for stillness, we’re going to have to make time for illness. The constant state of anxiety, stress, and sensory overload we experience as caregivers will eventually make us sick. Ask any health care professional about the long-term effects of stress. When’s the last time anyone ever touted the benefits of anxiety, high blood pressure, depression, skin rashes, or other stress-induced issues?

As caregivers, we modify our lifestyle to minimize the threat. We push back on stress by carving out time to be still and quiet. Prayer, meditation, or just clearing our racing thoughts helps re-boot our minds and hearts. Without any cost or even a prescription, regularly incorporating stillness in our lives allows us to be a little calmer – and a little healthier – in the caregiver storm we navigate.

The best cure for the body is a quiet mind. - Napoleon Bonaparte

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This is Peter Rosenberg. This is your caregiver minute noise bombards us every day. Traffic 24-hour news mobile devices and a host of other things forms a wall of noise that keeps many of us in the state of agitation for caregivers taking a moment to sit quietly and settle our hearts down seems nearly impossible. But if we don't take time for stillness really have to make time for illness.

The constant state of anxiety, stress, and sensory overload. We experience is caregivers will eventually make us sick. Ask any healthcare professional about the long-term effects of stress. When's the last time anyone ever touted the benefits of anxiety with high blood pressure, depression, skin rashes or other stress induced issues as caregivers, we modify our lifestyle to minimize the threat we push back on stress by carving out time to be still and quiet prayer, meditation, or just clearing a racing thoughts helps reboot our minds and hearts, without any cost or even a prescription regularly incorporating stillness in our lives allows us to be a little calmer and a little healthier in the caregiving storm we navigate and Napoleon Bonaparte said the best cure for the body is a quiet mind. This is been your caregiver minute with Peter Rosenberger brought you by standing with hope. A ministry for the wounded and those who care for them. There's more information@standingwithhope.com


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