“Things do not change; we change.” Henry David Thoreau. A Sigh and a sigh of relief. Lockdown, quarantine, isolation, co-morbidity, are the words to be awarded the words of the year 2020. We realize the dreadedness of the Corona Virus infection when someone close to us is infected and we know from them what they go through. June has been a shocking month. One of … Continue reading What You Need to Know – 1st hand COVID 19 Case Study
Chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes high blood pressure, arthritis, obesity, asthma are some of the draconian diseases many Indians are suffering from. Two things can easily save us from these diseases and resultant miserable life as we age. But we just don’t care. Don’t care about our body, suffer brutally, age as a pitiable person, & yet regular exercise and good nutritious diet both … Continue reading If You Don’t Exercise Today, You Are Staring At A Painful Future
More than 150 mn Indians suffer from knee problems and 40 mn would require knee replacement surgery. “Knee arthritis is expected to emerge as the fourth common cause of physical disability in Indian in the next decade. It will be difficult for the country to tackle this huge healthcare burden due to the healthcare infrastructure and orthopedic specialists.” Dr. Vikram Shah, Shalby Hospital. “The mistakes of … Continue reading How to Age Proof Your Knees Naturally & Feel Happy
“Dear Mango tree, you know that how people are crazy about you, you tempt everyone by your tasty mangoes, you have the power of love. You know what.. No one can hate you. You are the king of summer. You give us sweet mangoes. We enjoy tasty pickles. Our holidays become more special by you. Love you mangoes.” By, Preethi Gupta on Yourquote.in Fruits are … Continue reading Is Mango Good for Diabetics? The Answer is Sweet
“I am living proof that if you catch prostate cancer early, it can be reduced to a temporary inconvenience, and you can go back to a normal life.” Norman Schwarzkopf Prostate Health-Related Facts: Indian Journal Of Urology reports; Prostate cancer is primarily a disease of the elderly with more than three-quarters of the cases occurring in men above 65 years of age. This disease has … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Prostate Health
“One in ten children and young people has some form of clinically diagnosable mental health disorder” “The majority of adult mental health problems begin in childhood” “50 percent of adult mental health problems (excluding dementia) start before the age of 15” “And 75% of mental health problems in adult life (excluding dementia) start by the age of 18” The above alarming findings are from robust … Continue reading Mental Illness – A Hidden Minefield Waiting to Explode in Every Home
Recently a retired senior citizen left home in the morning and didn’t return home till the late evening. He neither fight with his wife and children or met with an accident. His wife was worried. The search was on. Finally, in the late evening, he was found by a taxi driver. The driver could reach someone known to him. He was brought home at night. This kind of behaviour in … Continue reading Brain Games, Exercise & Alzheimer – What You need to Know?
How many dealers did you visit before you last bought a car? Were you happy with the first quote you got for a painting job or kitchen renovation? When it comes to your finances, your house, clothes and jewellery, it makes sense to do your research, shop around and make sure you’re getting the best advice. This common sense and smartness are mostly missing when … Continue reading Why 2nd Opinion is MUST in some medical conditions?
“I know my music is going well when I don’t have insomnia.” Carly Rae Jepsen But unfortunately, most of us have problems with our music and we suffer from Insomnia. The following statistics from the National Sleep Foundation is alarming. More than 30% of the population suffers from insomnia. One in three people suffers from some form of insomnia during their lifetime. More than half … Continue reading How to deal with Insomnia without Medication
“Awareness about heart disease has got to be raised.” Vinnie Jones Heart disease is a gift of the modern day stress and thoughtless diet. This disease strikes sooner than expected these days. Age is no bar. As per the data, 4 to 10% of all heart disease occurs before the age of 45 years. What is the heart disease? As per the definition of the … Continue reading 10 symptoms of Heart Disease & How to Reverse it
Delhi pollution is in the news. Other cities are not far behind. Air pollution is rampant not only in India but all over the world. School can remain closed for a week, office goers and daily wagers don’t have that luxury. They have to travel in heavy pollution at the cost of the health of their lungs i.e. life. By the time Govt do anything … Continue reading How Yoga can protect your lungs from city air pollution?
Lazy parenting is responsible for the childhood obesity epidemic. No excuses, please. Pampering your child for various reasons and excuses is the result of the childhood obesity epidemic. Parents neither have time for their own health nor for the health of their children. They are just too busy either in their career making or their social indulgences and yet they have time to become parents. This … Continue reading How to deal with childhood Obesity?
“Life is not over because you have diabetes. Make the most of what you have, be grateful.” Dale Evans Know your disease to manage it better. Diabetes is an epidemic. This is a quick summary of every aspect of the dreaded disease. What is Diabetes? The encyclopedia of Britannica defines Diabetes asunder; Insulin is a hormone secreted by beta cells, which are located in clusters of cells … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Diabetes
The new era brings new disorder. More technology, gadgets, apps, and social media usage bring more and more anxiety. Many of us are suffering from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Syndrome) and FOMO like new disorders. Thanks to technological advancement we see daily around us. Today we are discussing FOMO. Many of the readers reading this may not know about this new disorder. FOMO: Fear of … Continue reading 14 symptoms you are suffering from FOMO
The word cancer is the most dreaded word. Believe it or not, the spread of cancer in recent years has been very rapid. For everyone, someone close to us is or were suffering from cancer is a reality. Most of us have experienced the disease very closely. I experienced it closely when my sister in law died a few years ago of Cervix cancer and … Continue reading Cancer – What You Need to Know?
Do you know before creating the Harry Potter series, JK Rowling was clinically depressed? Leading Indian actress Deepika Padukone was once a depression patient. Anuksha Sharma another leading actress was treated for her depression. She once tweeted. I have anxiety. And I’m treating my anxiety. I’m on medication for my anxiety. Why am I saying this? Because it’s a completely normal thing. It’s a biological … Continue reading Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone, and Mental Health