Do you know you can improve your gut health by changing your eating habits? Gut health refers to the physical state and physiologic function of the many parts of the gastrointestinal tract. Many people experience frequent digestive problems such as bloating, loose stools, abdominal pain, constipation, heartburn, nausea or vomiting. Most times, they give a common name ‘gas problem’ for all these symptoms and do some self-treatment. They identify the problem is with their food choices, but most times they are unable to control their eating habit. It is true that our food choices are common causes of digestive problems, heartburn, bloating and constipation.
Do you know masks are a key measure to suppress transmission of COVID-19 and save lives? As you know wearing a face mask helps prevent the spread of COVID-19, but only if worn properly, covering both your nose and mouth. This article and the video from health experts explaining mask-wearing tips to get the maximum protection for yourself and others.
Find FAQs surrounding COVID-19 vaccine to clear your doubts about COVID-19 vaccines. If you are not yet vaccinated, find a COVID-19 vaccination centre near your home, get vaccinated. Stay safe at home, avoid unnecessary travel or visiting neighbours. Use mask and hand sanitisers, wash your hands with soap and water. Ensure self-protection from COVID-19 and family members. Help to control the spreading of the COVID-19 virus.
Is COVID vaccine second dose so important? Many people have this doubt in their minds. They think one dose is enough for protection. Others ignore the second dose because they might have experienced mild fever and other health problems after taking the first dose. And some others think what is the benefit of taking the COVID vaccine because the experts say taking the vaccine does not guarantee that the vaccinated person will not get an infection of COVID19. This article and video will clear your doubts.
People having mild symptoms of COVID19 or not having any serious sickness or breathing problems have to follow home care for COVID19 patients as per the directions from the health departments. It is estimated that almost 70% to 80% of people with COVID19 will have mild illness and can be managed at home with guidance from the healthcare provider and symptomatic treatments. This article and the video cover the basic points on how to care for people with COVID-19 at home.
In the present world, many parents spend a lot of money on the birthday party of their children every year. Not only the birthday of children but also the birthdays of parents. Not just birthday celebrations, we spend a lot of money on other celebrations. When you spend a lot of money on these celebrations your workers, neighbors, relatives, friends may be struggling to feed their children, educate them and even buy a simple dress or uniform. There is a saying that “parents are the first and best teachers for their children.” It is very true. Children learn many things from their parents, family, and relatives.
Have you heard about Remya Ganesh wheelchair model and dancer? She is always in a wheelchair, but today she is a wheelchair model, dancer, and also motivational speaker. Remya Ganesh proves that if you have self-confidence, a positive attitude, courage, and support from others, no power in the world can stop you from achieving success.
Today we are going to be talking about none other than water. How do you drink your water? Shaken not stirred? Did you know that up to 60 percent of our body is made of water? Every single cell in our body needs water to survive whether it’s our digestion, lungs, heart, or lymphatic system, everything needs water. Many times if we’re feeling tired, lethargic, if we feel a bit groggy, if we have a headache when our muscles feel tight, a lot of the times it’s actually simply because we are dehydrated. It’s actually also a key component when it comes to our immunity. Our lymph system which is a system that carries around all of our immune cells like our white blood cells is actually based on water. And so to keep our lymph system and our immunity high, we have to keep our body hydrated and water only is the thing that’s going to do that.
Do you know healthy food is important for healthy hair? Do you like to know more about food for healthy hair? Remember that everyone is absolutely unique and hence healthy hair will look different for each person. So don’t compare your hair to anyone else. You just have to get to know your hair so that you are able to nourish it in the best way possible. Let’s talk about the foods that you need for good strong healthy hair. Are you worried about what to eat for strong healthy hair? In this article, you can find some of the natural wonders that you can not only eat but also use topically to nourish your hair.