Wed, Oct 28, 2020

Wellbeing News
  • Sleep disorders related to life in lockdown Sleep disorders related to life in lockdown

    The lockdowns imposed to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, have led to significant behavioral changes and adaptations to help individuals optimise their productivity, which in...

  • Hair care regime for winters Hair care regime for winters

    Winter dries out the moisture from your hair, and it becomes prone to dilemmas, including an increase in dandruff, breakage, split ends, and dryness. Therefore, you need to tweak your hair care...

  • Experts suggest simple ways to overcome Covid fear, anxiety Experts suggest simple ways to overcome Covid fear, anxiety

    The World Mental Health Day this year is being celebrated at a time when the world is in the grip of the pandemic, which is affecting mental health of millions of people.

  • Nourish yourself with these 'fruitful' nutrients Nourish yourself with these 'fruitful' nutrients

    With the COVID - 19 cases on the rise, good nutrition is critical for ones survival and for maintaining a better quality of life. National Nutrition Month 2020, aims at throwing light on the...

  • Enhancing blood sugar control boosts brain health in diabetic patients: Study Enhancing blood sugar control boosts brain health in diabetic patients: Study

    Controlling blood sugar levels improved the ability to clearly think, learn and remember among people with type 2 diabetes who were overweight, say researchers.

  • Excess belly fat linked to higher early death risk Excess belly fat linked to higher early death risk

    Researchers have found that excess fat stored around the abdomen is associated with a higher risk of early death from any cause, regardless of overall body fat, whereas larger hips and thighs are...

  • 8 risk factors that can lead to heart failure 8 risk factors that can lead to heart failure

    There is lot of ambiguity when it comes to understanding heart failure. The disease is often confused with heart attack, or its symptoms are ignored as signs of old age or other diseases. Currently,...

  • Prepping children to help during a medical emergency Prepping children to help during a medical emergency

    A little training and understanding of emergency situations will help minimise the impact of an emergency on the entire family, whether at home or outdoors.

  • Decoding 'Post Covid-19 Syndrome' Decoding 'Post Covid-19 Syndrome'

    There is significant evidence that some people with relatively mild symptoms, who were treated at home, may also have a prolonged sickness, even after beating the infection.

  • Nutrition for men in their 40's Nutrition for men in their 40's

    Mid-life health issues if addressed early can lead to very healthy 50s, 60s and 70s.