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Want to Feel Better FAST? Shirley Meerson Says Morning Light Boosts Mood and Immune System, Lowers Stress and Helps You Sleep Better.

September 26th, 2022

By Shirley Meerson, CHWC, CBT ~ NABBW’s Ageless Wellness Lifestyle Associate A little sunshine goes a long way.  How would you like a natural mood boost combined with greater alertness? The happiness, the light, the cheerfulness, the joy and sparkles that comes via sunlight are so important for our mind and body. You might call it Self-Care 101! Indeed, the morning light is medicinal and magical. At this time in our lives – self-care is so important.  Shirley personally uses and recommends that a good dose of morning light should be an integral part of everyone’s ageless... Read More

Aromatherapy Gives You Quick Stress Relief

February 10th, 2020

By Shirley Meerson, CHWC ~NABBW’s Associate for an Ageless Wellness Lifestyle I know during certain times and days I can feel my cortisol revving much too high. Can you feel when you’re stressed? Believe it or not I know of a lot of people who aren’t in touch with their body and don’t know they are out of balance.  Until they’re flat-out sick, at the doctor’s office, or in the hospital. An overload of stress can give a person symptoms such as excessive craving for junk food, nervous stomach, poor sleep, weight gain, headaches, tanked sex drive, mood swings, and too many other... Read More

Never Underestimate The Power of a Hug

January 10th, 2014

Never Underestimate The Power of a Hug By Becky Feola NABBW\’s Associate for Assisted Living and Caregiving January 21st is National Hug Day, an unofficial event created by Rev. Kevin Zaborney in 1986.  Although it is not a public holiday, it is worthy of celebration.  The idea behind National Hug Day is to encourage people to reach out and hug a family member, friend, or maybe even a stranger more often.  No matter whom you decide to hug, the mental and physical health benefits are the same to all involved. Rev. Zaborney realized that after the holidays, many people suffered from low... Read More