Truck driver health advice to achieve long term permanent results. 10 easy to implement health tips designed especially for the trucker lifestyle
Being sick on the road as a truck driver isn’t much fun at all.
It’s important to know what to do, should the situation arise.
Some tips and rules to deal with illness when far away from home.
It’s vital for the trucker to be mindful of their physical and mental health.
Find tips for good mental health for truck drivers, when living on the road.
Trucker relationships and marriages present a unique set of challenges for couples.
7 habits of happy couples who make their trucking career relationship work.
Depression is truckers is prevalent, although not commonly discussed in the trucking community.
Since truckers spend a great deal of time alone, it can be an issue for some drivers.
It’s vital to know the signs of depression and how to handle it.
Ideas for healthy snacks for truckers. Snack ideas especially for the truck driver on the go, without extra prep time or inconvenience.
Truckers need vacations, perhaps more so than the average worker. In fact, they may need more time away from the job than most to stay alert and healthy.
If you ask any truck driver how much vacation time he or she takes over the course of a year, I’ll bet they’ll tell you ‘little or none’.
The 34 hour reset is not a vacation nor restful time off, unless it is spent at home. Babysitting company equipment when on the road is neither restful nor relaxing.
Trucker fatigue and driver burnout plague the trucking industry. It’s nothing new in trucking. A retired trucker shares a real life experience with serious burnout and fatigue.