Health Tips in Hindi for Women
Health Tips in hindi for Women
Insomnia and ageing
We have heard that lack of sleep double the signs of ageing. As we age, our sleep patterns tend to change. So, getting uninterrupted good sleep of about 7-8 hours seems imposible. This keeps many older adults, not all though, awake at night or spend more time in the lighter stages of sleep than in deep sleep.Sleeping well is important for a person’s physical health and emotional well-being no matter what a person’s age is. Ageing, as we all know, is a natural process and nobody can stop it.
Following a few tricks can improve sleep. Here are a few tips to help you overcome age-related sleep problems and enjoy a good night’s rest:
Regular bedtime routine :
Maintain a consistent schedule – go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. Also, avoid staying up late as this can hamper the body’s natural clock and prevent you from getting a good sleep.
Identify underlying problems :
While emotional issues such as stress, anxiety and depression can lead to insomnia, poor sleep habits, including poor sleep environment and poor daytime habits can be the main culprits. Identifying all possible causes can help restore peaceful sleep.
Avoid taking afternoon naps :
Daytime napping can cause you to wake up during the night. If napping is necessary, restrict your nap to 15 to 20 minutes in the early afternoon.
Practicing a healthy lifestyle such as eating the right foods, exercising and knowing how to manage stress can help prevent sleep problems.
Include plenty of vegetables, lean proteins, healthy fats while cutting back on sugary and processed foods. Avoid caffeine late in the day as it stays in the body for up to 12 hours. Do not take alcohol after dinner as it can impair the quality of sleep.
Exercise regularly, but make sure that it’s not too close to bedtime. During exercise, your body release endorphins that boosts your mood and reduces stress, depression, and anxiety.
Seek medical help :
If you still have trouble sleeping after trying out the above tips, seek help from a doctor or sleep specialist. It is possible that you have other health issues that may disrupt your sleep cycle.
Asthma attack without an inhaler : First Aid Tips –
An asthma attack can be a terrifying experience. During an assthma attack, your airways constrict or become clogged with mucus, making each breath a frightening struggle.
Sleeping trouble? Now, sleep like a baby with Banana tea !
People complaining of sleeplessness or problems related to their sleep cycle are not unheard of.Stress, anxiety, nervousness, insomnia, etc., can all result in you experiencing sleep deprivation and/or lack of proper sleep.
Tossing and turning, trying to find a comfortable position to sleep in, you’ve tried it all, but in vain.However, we came across a new concoction that swears to rid you of your sleeping woes – Banana tea!Sounds weird, doesn’t it? Especially knowing as how a fair number of people don’t like the flavour of banana much. But, it’s always better to have a solution than suffer and be restless the entire day, right?
3. Dash of cinnamon (if desired)
How to make
Take a fresh banana and cut off a little bit from both sides. Do not peel. Put the banana in a pot of a cup or two of water and bring to boil.
Once boiled, drain the water in a mug with the help of a sieve and drink it hot! For better effect, you can eat the boiled banana along with the peel.
It sounds even stranger, now, we know. Many of you are probably shuddering at the thought of eating a boiled banana, but if it guarantees a good and improved sleep cycle, then why not?
You might be wondering how it happens, though. Well, the explanation lies in the peel of a banana. A banana peel contains a large amount of magnesium, which is known as a calming and relaxing agent. Do try this out!
Give your skin a tomato spa this summer with a DIY scrub!
Looks like summer season is here to stay and so are all sorts of skin problems related to it.The scorching sun grows hotter yet and there’s nothing we can do about it, except tell you how you can prevent and/or reduce these skin problems
Acne, tan, freckles, blackheads, oily skin, redness, itching, dark spots, wrinkles, etc., are all part of the summer game and this is why it’s time to make red juicy Tomatoes your best friends!
Yes, you heard that right! A tomato skin spa is one of the most beneficial treatments you’ll probably come across and you’ll simply need a few more ingredients to go along with tomatoes to give you that soft and supple skin.
The video you are about to watch, will tell you how to use tomato as a facial scrub along with its benefits like pore cleansing, reduction or removal of dark spots and wrinkles, etc.
Lifestyle, self-care, diet tips to deal with asthma!
Global asthma rates are on the rise with 250,000 annual deaths attributed to the disease. Estimates suggest that 300 million people worldwide suffer from asthma. What’s even worse is that almost 10 percent of this number comes from India. As per the Asthma Society of India, at present 25% of Indian population suffers from allergy and 5% of them are suffering from asthma.
Reasons why you should meditate – Watch!
Yes, we hear it all the time! Meditation has a lots of health benefits – from lowering stress levels to keeping diseases at bay. But to reap the benefits of meditation, one needs to practice it regularly.
One might think that it’s hard to put into practice, but once imbibed into the daily routine, meditation becomes a part of your life. It takes only a few minutes every day.
Heat wave in India : Useful tips and safety guidelines!
With the temperatures recording significantly above normal in the first three months of 2016 across India, the country is reeling under intense heat wave claiming over hundred of lives.
The most affected being the southern state of Telangana, followed by Odisha. And the situation could get worse in the upcoming days. The Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) has also preicted that 2016 would be harsher than 2015, the hottest year ever recorded.
The health impacts of heat wave can be dangerous as it leads to dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and/or heat stroke.
Here are a few tips to keep you safe and healthy from the harsh summer sun :
Avoid going out in the sun or strenuous activities, particulry between 11am and 3pm, which is the hottest part of the day.
Use protective goggles, umbrella/hat, shoes or chappals while going out in sun.Drink plenty of water, even if not thirsty. Other fluids such as ORS, lassi, lemon water, buttermilk, etc. help re-hydrate the body.Avoid tea, coffee and alcohol as they dehydrate the body.Eat small meals while avoiding high-protein food.Always carry water while travelling.Take cool showers or baths, especially before bed s this helps cool the body temperature.Wear lightweight, light-coloured, loose, and porous cotton clothes.Keep your rooms cool by using shades or curtains, open windows at night.If you have a medical condition, make sure that you ask your doctor for advice about what to do during a heatwave.seek medical help if symptoms such as breathlessness, chest pain, confusion, weakness, dizziness or cramps persist and don’t go away.
Stay tuned to local weather forecast on TV, radio or on the Met official website.
A heat wave is a very hot weather, often accompanied by high humidity. As per National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), heat waves should be declared when actual maximum temperature remains 45*C or more irrespective of normal maximum temperature.
Top 10 incredible health benefits of pineapples!
Pineapples are normally deemed unhealthy by health professionals and diet experts, due to the high levels of sugar in the tropical fruit.
Highly perishable (should be consumed within two days if stored at room temperature and within about a week if refrigerated), the fruit has surprising varied nutritional and health benefits!
Because of the high sugar levels, pineapples can be consumed in the form of juice to avail its benefits without adding extra sugar to it.
Did you know? Bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme contained in pineapples, has been shown to be an effective anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant and digestive aid.
It also includes chemicals that interfere with the growth of tumor cells, making pineapple a good food to prevent cancer.
The video you are about to watch, tells you the top 10 reasons explaining why and how drinking pineapple juice on a daily basis can be good for you.
The miracle cure for puffy eyes and dark circles – Coffee!
Coffee, for most people around the globe, is an essential apparatus to help kickstart the day. It is a cup for all seasons and without their favourite brew, their day seems incomplete.
However, it might be news for many, that their beloved beverage carries certain properties that can help with minor skin issues as well!For that, you don’t need to consume extra cups of coffee, but apply it on your skin. It is especially good for dark circles and puffy eyes.
Coffee, and caffeine in particular, has been used in a number of at-home beauty and personal care treatments. It has also been believed to work well at reducing the appearance of cellulite because of the fact that caffeine can temporarily help to tone and tighten skin. That’s why many body scrubs and lotions that promise to do so much contain and list it as an active ingredient.
The video you are about to watch, gives you a detailed explanation about the minerals and nutrients that coffee contains and how they help your skin.
This is how you can help protect yourself, your family from malaria – Watch!
Malaria is a life-threatening disease, caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes.