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Treating Anxiety, Depression & InsomniaTreating Anxiety, Depression & Insomnia

20 August, 2014

<p>In a day and age where lives are becoming more and more complicated, stressful and hectic, psychological distress has become commonplace. However, it is important to understand the day-to-day distress one feels is not the same as ‘mental disord...


Difficulty Sleeping? It Might Be InsomniaDifficulty Sleeping? It Might Be Insomnia

27 March, 2014

<p>What is insomnia? Insomnia is defined as a disorder that makes it difficult to initiate or maintain sleep, or both, despite adequate time and opportunity for a good sleep. Poor quality of sleep because of insomnia leads to a person waking up th...


Parkinson’s Disease Meaning, Causes and SymptomsParkinson’s Disease Meaning, Causes and Symptoms

17 August, 2017

<p>Parkinson’s diseases meaning is described as both a chronic and a progressive movement disorder, meaning that once it occurs the symptoms continue and worsen over time. It is named after Dr. James Parkinson, the doctor that first identified the...


Alzheimer’s Disease Causes, Stages and TreatmentAlzheimer’s Disease Causes, Stages and Treatment

16 August, 2017

<p>Alzheimer&#8217;s disease causes the slow progressive neurological disorder which impacts the memory and other cognitive mental functions like thinking and reasoning skills. It is the most common form of neurodegenerative dementia which starts ...


Menopause & Heart Disease – Is there a relation?Menopause & Heart Disease – Is there a relation?

16 January, 2017

<p>Menopause is usually considered synonymous with hot flashes, insomnia and night sweats, but you should know that it may also be one of the risk factors for having a heart disease. Women bear the same probability of getting heart diseases as men...


Essential Tips On Stress Management In The WorkplaceEssential Tips On Stress Management In The Workplace

24 October, 2016

<p>Any job brings some pressure on its employees. Everyone who has done a job has felt and been through the pressure in their workplace. No matter if you love your job or not, the stress is something that you will experience for sure: be it the pr...


Warning: 5 Foods to Avoid if you Suffer from MigraineWarning: 5 Foods to Avoid if you Suffer from Migraine

11 July, 2016

<p>Are you or anyone around you struggling with migraine headaches? Do you know that your favorite foods, for which you are a glutton, could be the culprit? If not, this blog reveals five must-avoid foods that can activate severe pain in your head...


10 Signs of Unhealthy Body10 Signs of Unhealthy Body

20 June, 2016

Long before that trip to the hospital becomes an absolute necessity with a threatening illness, the body gives out a number of indications that it is not in the best of health. Pay attention to the following 10 signs of unhealthy body, to know if something is not right and control these symptoms from becoming a major …


Coronary Artery Disease & Familial Heart Disease: What you should know?Coronary Artery Disease & Familial Heart Disease: What you should know?

24 May, 2016

<p>What is Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)? Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a condition in which plaque builds up and sticks to one&#8217;s artery, preventing the blood flow and resulting in chest pain. If left unattended, CAD can lead to a heart a...


Mobiles are ruining your sleepMobiles are ruining your sleep

2 February, 2015

It’s been a decade since Dr. Greene, a sleep specialist based in the UK, has been leaving his cell phone in his basement before turning in for the night. A high flying doctor with his cell phone buzzing practically all day, the last thing he wants is a disturbed sleep cycle because of a vibrating gizmo, …


Sleep Study FAQSleep Study FAQ

17 November, 2014

Q1 What is sleep study? Sleep study, also called as polysomnography, refers to the painless, non-invasive test to study body’s activity during sleep to identify sleep disorders. It monitors & evaluates sleep cycle & stages. Q2 Who should get tested for sleep study? What are the indications for it? You should go for sleep study if …


Get Rid of Dark Circles NaturallyGet Rid of Dark Circles Naturally

28 August, 2014

Your eyes speak for you and convey your mood. Those sometimes inevitable dark circles steal the glow from your face. Snub cosmetic treatment. You can exorcise the ghostly under-eye look by treading the natural way. Exercise Releases Stress That dark discoloration under your eyes could be mainly due to stress and worry. So walking in …


Do Sleeping Pills Help with Sleep Disorders?Do Sleeping Pills Help with Sleep Disorders?

19 August, 2014

<p>When you wake up, the problem might be deeper than you think. A majority of people who suffer from sleep disorders don’t even realize that they have a problem. They chalk it down to stress, tension, work pressure and even bad diet, not realizin...


Why A Good Night’s Sleep Must Be Your PriorityWhy A Good Night’s Sleep Must Be Your Priority

22 May, 2014

<p>Do you feel tired and worn out during the day? Or irritable lately? Perhaps it is time you have a look at your sleeping habits. How well you feel during the day is a direct result of how well you slept the past night. Quality sleep is essential...


Dealing with Depression: Everything you need to knowDealing with Depression: Everything you need to know

28 March, 2014

<p>What is depression? Feeling sad or depressed at times is a normal reaction to loss or life’s struggles. However, when intense sadness envelops a person, involving feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness and helplessness, which last from days to...


Menopause: Don’t Let This Milestone Beat Your Enthusiasm For LifeMenopause: Don’t Let This Milestone Beat Your Enthusiasm For Life

19 March, 2014

<p>When Shalini Thakur (now 52) recalled how when she reached her menopause about five years ago, she suffered from insomnia, anxiety, irritability, hot flushes and fatigue. Known for her vitality and cheerfulness, she used to get touchy on even s...


Drug Addition & Substance Abuse: Symptoms & TreatmentDrug Addition & Substance Abuse: Symptoms & Treatment

12 March, 2014

<p>What is addiction/substance abuse? Initially, consumption of drugs is voluntary for most people, but its use over time makes changes in the brain that challenge your self-control and inhibit your ability to resist strong impulses to take more d...


PCOS: What it does to a woman’s bodyPCOS: What it does to a woman’s body

11 March, 2014

<p>Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) was termed after the visible change that the disorder brings in the ovaries of women affected by it, i.e. ovaries look like cysts. PCOS actually brings about a host of metabolic and endocrine changes in the body...


BMI: Risks of being underweight & overweightBMI: Risks of being underweight & overweight

10 March, 2014

<p>About BMI The Body Mass Index (BMI), or Quetelet Index, is a measure of the human body shape, based on mass and height. To calculate BMI, divide the body mass by the square of his height. The result derived is in units of kg/m2 or lb/in2. BMI c...


10 Diseases pets can transmit to humans10 Diseases pets can transmit to humans

19 November, 2013

<p>Zoonoses or Zoonotic Illnesses are the diseases that animals transmit to humans. There are more than 39 such diseases which animals directly transmit to humans, more than 48 diseases which humans get from bug bites that feasted on an infected a...

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