Bay Healthstyles: Your Whole Health
Bay HealthStyles is dedicated to the health of your entire family, even your finances and pets! Our articles encourage a ‘whole health’ approach to living — getting back to life’s important things: spending time with family, spiritual wellness, eating right, sleeping well, exercise and just pampering yourself. Click the image to the right to download the PDF.
Sometimes Carole Davidson and her husband, Jim, push aside the furniture, roll the carpet back and just dance. “We dance through the house,” said Carole with a giggle. “And to be married 27 years and dance around the house, that’s something.” Carole and Jim are ballroom dance enthusiasts, joining countless couples nationwide who want to command the dance floor like Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire in part because of popular hit shows like “Dancing with the Stars” and “Shall we Dance?”
02.26.2010Refresh your mind & body with a simple technique
In school you learned a bunch of things. But did you learn to control your nerves? Probably not. There is a is a simple technique that will help you relax and refresh in minutes. The word “meditate” brings up thoughts of candles, incense and chanting. Forget about them. I prefer to say I’m “collecting my thoughts.” All you need is a quiet place and about 15 minutes. After which you’ll feel like it’s a new day.
02.26.2010Facebook: A way all ages can keep in touch
Facebook is an online social networking website that has become popular with senior citizens. More than 200 million people are active users worldwide and it is one of the fastest growing sites on the internet today.
02.26.2010To save money: Take control of your health care
Health insurance premiums have increased at more than three times the rate of inflation for 10 years. Medical bills cost the average household $2,976 last year, according to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.