Osteoporosis is a rising lifestyle disease that Indian women are facing. But, it can be easily prevented, and most importantly it can also be reversed!
March is the month celebrating women all over the world. And rightfully so. The woman deserves to be celebrated. But sometimes I wonder if this is a superficial notion. Does the world truly understand her value? Leave alone that, does the woman herself understand her value? Having lived for several years in the US and now in Mumbai…
The modern man or woman today is more married to their laptop than to their spouse! Jokes apart, people do spend enormous amounts of time with their laptops, and usually in awkward postures. When laptops were invented they were meant to differentiate a portable class of PC from desktops and hence got termed laptops. But the term laptop is really a misnomer! The laptop is not really meant to be used on the lap for a variety of reasons.
Many people suffer from fatigue and low motivation to carry on through the day and may be wondering why. Sometimes it could be due to some medical problems like diabetes, thyroid, blood pressure variations and others but more often than not it is just pure lifestyle! There are simple ways to keep yourself energized through the day- just by keeping your metabolism up. A few simple tricks about how you move and what you eat can completely alter how you feel. So go ahead and try some of these.
More and more women now understand the value of fitness and weight training. However, once they become pregnant they undergo a state of confusion whether to continue with their normal gym routine or not. Most pregnant women are fearful of exercising at all because of the conflicting information they get.
As one crosses the threshold of 40 various things start to happen. The first one might be your friends making fun of you for being on the ‘wrong side of 40’ but more importantly, you might start to feel not as vitalized or energized as before. This happens not only because of the physical aspects …