By Marsha Kay Seff
April 1, 2013 (San Diego)--Caring for your parents is tough enough under any circumstances. Without a good night’s sleep, caregiving is an almost impossible task.
Being sleep-deprived not only drains energy but can drastically affect your health, mood and daily functioning. Adequate rest is vital to being able to handle your life, your family’s and your parents’.
Doctors say there are several things you can do to improve your sleep. Tell that to my “sleep center,” which never worked very well and went on permanent disability while I was caring for my parents.