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  • 14 Best Home Remedies for Cold & Flu

    14 Best Home Remedies for Cold & Flu

    A weak immune system communicates health through infections like colds. Cold is a highly infectious disease caused by viruses. It affects the nose, sinuses (hollow regions or spaces in the facial/skull region), throat, and bronchi. It is a self-limiting disease that would be gone naturally in 7-10 days. As viral infection can not be treated…

  • Padmasana (Lotus Position): Types, Step-by-Step Guide, Benefits and Precautions

    What is Padmasan? Padmasana, also known as Lotus Position in Sanskrit (पद्मासन), for tranquility and mindfulness., is a seated yoga posture where we sit cross-legged with feet resting on opposite thighs. In simple terms, Lotus Position is the stance in yoga where we sit comfortably, cross our legs, and place each foot on the opposite…

  • Unlocking the Power of Jamun: Uses, Benefits, Nutrition, and Side Effects Explained

    Unlocking the Power of Jamun: Uses, Benefits, Nutrition, and Side Effects Explained

    Introduction Dig into the fascinating world of Jamun, where every bite unfolds a treasure of Jamun uses, benefits, nutrition, and side effects. This small, purple fruit, also known as Java Plum, packs a punch of flavours and health perks. As we unravel the secrets of Jamun, you’ll discover its versatile applications, explore the nutritional riches…

  • Revitalise Health: Learn How to Increase Testosterone Naturally

    Introduction Starting a journey to boost your vitality? Look no further! This blog is your friendly companion to unlocking energy by exploring simple and practical tips on increasing testosterone levels naturally. Understanding how to enhance this vital hormone can have a significant effect on your overall well-being, influencing energy levels, muscle mass, and even mood.…

  • Ash Gourd Juice: Uses, Benefits, Side Effects and More!

    Ash Gourd Juice: Uses, Benefits, Side Effects and More!

    What is Ash Gourd (Winter Melon)?   Ash gourd, known as winter melon or petha in India, is a large fruit with pale green, smooth skin and an elongated shape. In India, ash gourd is commonly used in various culinary preparations, particularly in North Indian cuisine. One of the most popular ways to enjoy ash gourd…

  • Things to Remember While Preventing Stroke

    When an area of the brain experiences an interruption in its blood supply, the result is a stroke. Typically, this is caused by an obstruction of the arteries, such as a clot, that prevents oxygen-rich blood from reaching the brain cells. These are referred to as ischemic strokes. As you age and possess a family…

  • Bhramari Pranayama (Bee Breath): Benefits and Steps

    What is Bhramari Pranayama? Bhramari Pranayama, is derived from the Sanskrit word “Bramara”, meaning ‘humming big black bee,’. It is a soothing yoga breathing exercise that produces a humming sound similar to a bee or bee breath. This yoga practice effectively relieves stress, pain, anger, anxiety, and restlessness by producing a gentle humming sound. It…

  • Dark Circles: Causes, Types, And Home Remedies

    Dark Circles: Causes, Types, And Home Remedies

    Dark circles are a major beauty issue impacting men and women of all ages. These bothersome shadows under the eyes can make you look tired, older, and dull. Though typically harmless, they often cause self-consciousness. Keep reading to know what causes dark circles, its types and effective home remedies on how to remove dark circles…

  • 3 Risk Factors for Developing Chloasmas

    What is chloasma? Chloasma, more commonly known as melasma, is an acquired pigmentation disorder of the skin characterised by areas of discolouration known as hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation means the darkening of natural skin colour due to an increased melanin deposition, which determines a person’s eye, skin, and hair colour. Chloasma appears equally on both sides of…

  • What Are Normal Blood Sugar Levels in Diabetes?

    Diabetes occurs when our bodies are unable to regulate blood sugar levels. There are 3 main types of diabetes. Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes.  In  type, type 1 diabetes, the body’s immune system attacks and destroys pancreatic insulin-producing cells. Without insulin, sugar can’t enter cells for energy, causing blood sugar levels…

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