Hello my healthy readers …. Came with a very informative post today. Hope you all will spread awareness on this issue. Participate with me to make a healthy community and share it with your family and friends. The post most importantly focuses on the women who are smokers and can’t quit their smoking during pregnancies. Women should put priority to quit smoking during pregnancy. Women … Continue reading Do you Know How Vitamin C can protect your Newborn Babies?
Hello my healthy readers, I hope you all are fine. After long time sharing a recipe of quick protein snack which I ate today. I used to have it frequently but sharing it just now. Many of you may be love to eat this snack. It about Moong. Actually It is made from the leftover sabji of moong. We used to eat a dry subji … Continue reading Quick Protein Snack
Hello , My healthy community. What do you think about post through the title? Looking Hot makes you healthy? Really? No way I am not at all talking about looking Hot, I am just talking about to be Hot ( body temperature). Not telling to get fever, lol. We usually have the normal body temperature of 37 degree. When we get some injury/ infection we … Continue reading Stay Hot, Stay Healthy.
“Anger is an emotion that calls the person feeling it to respond.” I know for anger management there are so many ways I mean different types of therapies are there, but here I am going to discuss some important things about Anger and How I overcome my angriness through my life. When I was in school in 7th – 8th grade at that time I … Continue reading Anger Management with Reiki
What is fiber? Dietary fiber is the indigestible portion of food derived from plants. There are two types of fiber – Soluble fiber which dissolves in water, it slows down digestion & Insoluble fiber helps in smooth and ease defecation. Usually we should consume foods which are high in fiber daily. So that we can prevent any health problems related to constipation, indigestion and all. … Continue reading Fiber Rich Foods For Daily Consumption.
I came across this useful information about Heart-Health through one of my professor’s Facebook page , thus I thought I should share it with you all guys. Just go through it, it is very beneficial. A chat with Dr. Devi Shetty, Narayana Hrudayalaya (Famous Heart Specialist) Bangalore, was arranged by WIPRO for its employees. The transcript of the chat is given below. Useful for everyone. … Continue reading Q & A about your Heart
An estimated 19.5 million infants worldwide are still missing out on basic vaccines. So we are going to take some knowledge on immunization – vaccines today. World Health Organization held the campaign this year in relation of Immunization week. They also have a Quiz section on their website – You can get some more detailed knowledge about vaccines, how it works, in which disease it … Continue reading Immunization Week #vaccinesWork
Night owl – A person who is habitually active or wakeful at night.
Lark – A person who habitually gets up early and feels energetic early in the day.
We all know that sleeping at late night causes lots of disadvantages. And that disadvantages are not temporary what we feel on next day morning. But that affect through out your life. Ayurveda has given ideal time for sleep i.e. 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. which is best for your body and mind. Medical Science has also proven that late night sleeping is associated with many diseases and disorders.
In today’s generation it is most common thing, I don’t think we should mention it as a problem cause It has became a habit now (by choice). Reasons behind that vary on what type of person you are , Students have to be awake for studies – exams , same way job workers has also some deadlines for completion of work , some people just spend time on social media till late night. Eveningness is also associated with unhealthy diet habits (more fat intake) which leads to increase risk of cardiometabolic diseases. In geriatrics eveningness is associated with depression and mood disorders.
Late night persons also experience greater “social jetlag”, which is caused by going to bed and waking up later on non-working days compared to working days. Greater social jetlag is also associated with overweight.
People who wake up late have an internal biological clock that doesn’t match their external environment. Ultimately it may results in to long term problems – increase prevalence of wide variety of diseases or disorders, including diabetes, psychological, neurological, respiratory and gastrointestinal/abdominal disorders.
Night owls have 10% higher risk of dying sooner than larks according to a study from Northwestern Medicine and University of Survey in UK.
Walk on the grass when sun just wakes up Take all the energy and drink your green cup Let the sweat droplets fall like rain Give away comfort and take some pain Eat white and green and red Less oil and more crystals Balance the work and get up from the bed Paint life with healthy pastels…!!! This is the first guest post in response … Continue reading Healthy Pastels
HI, everyone. How are you all? How many of you go to the Office ? Most of you, I think….. therefore I have some super quick exercise options for you while working in the office. We generally thinks that table work is best to earn money than doing physical hard-work, Right? I know every one is doing hard-work up to their capacities, but that became … Continue reading 5 MUST DO EXERCISES FOR OFFICE WORKERS