They say, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Only if it were as easy as that. Most of us find it hard to source the missing ingredient–positivity. Here is a healthy dose of some to keep you charged and going. Read this inspiring piece by Sangeeta Relan for more.
Your Skin Reacts To Your Mental Health
The relationship between your skin and mental health is more than skin-deep.Experts say that treating psychological problems can also help with improving your skin. Emerging skin problems such as acne, itching, dryness or irritation could mean more than changing up your skincare products or hydrating more. Issues with your skin could mean psychological burden, or burnout and can be telling of changes in your lifestyle.
13 Signs Your Child May Be Experiencing Anxiety
COVID-19 has completely altered our lifestyles. But the highest impact can be seen in children. There are many ways that children learn of health problems, and are exposed to it in their environments. If their mother or father is affected by an illness, anxiety can be triggered within the child. Read to know more about signs and symptoms, and how to help a child who may be harbouring fears feel safe.
7 Life Lessons From Bollywood
We all feel kicked down by life sometimes. It happens to the best of us! In these moments, it makes a whole lot of difference to look at our problems from a different perspective. Here’s some wholesome advice to keep in your backpocket, from none other than our favourite Bollywood dialogues.
Caring For Mental Health Can Save You From A Second Heart Attack
Poor heart health is often associated with mental distress. This clinical study proves that depression and anxiety can increase the chances for a second bout of heart failure. Read this informative research study by The American College of Cardiology to stay informed.
To Calm Your Mind, Listen To The Yogis
It has long been claimed by Yogis and Buddhists that meditation and ancient breath-focused practices, such as pranayama, strengthen our ability to focus on tasks.
The Emotional Rollercoaster Of An Autoimmune Warrior
March is Autoimmune Diseases Awareness Month, and as we bring awareness to these conditions, it’s crucial to highlight the importance of emotional support for those living with autoimmune diseases. In this article, I’ll be sharing my personal journey with ulcerative colitis and the emotional struggles that come with it. I’ll also be discussing the significance of social support, accessing professional help, self-care strategies, and advocating for better emotional support in the healthcare system.
PTSD Linked With Increased Lupus Risk
In a study published in Arthritis & Rheumatology, trauma exposure and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in civilian women were strongly associated with increased risk of developing lupus, an autoimmune disease.
How To Avoid An Ugggh PCOS Flare Up Post Vacays
Hey I am a cyster and I am sure so are you. Yes we are PCOS warriors. I love travelling, eating out and doing everything that can derail my hormones. I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 18 years old and it took a lot of work on me through nutrition, yoga and nurturing my mental and emotional health to get me here to help other cysters. So here’s one for making our holidays fun, and not facing that uggggh flare up once back. I do this and keep it down. And so can you.
Equity Means I Get The Shoe That Fits
Mumbai, March 13: March is International Women’s Month. Yesterday, on March 13, RachnaRestores™️ organised a women’s conclave titled Equity, not Equality. Senior women leaders from
This Lawyer Shares LGBTQI Rights You Need To Know
Hello, I am Aathira and am a lawyer by profession. I would like to share my two cents on the importance of knowing your rights as a member of the LGBTQI community in India.
Returning To Work After A Baby? Check For Postpartum
Up to 1 in 5 women in the postpartum period will experience a mental health disorder like postpartum depression or generalized anxiety disorder.
Women Can Prevent Eyes And Memory Decline With These
New research suggests that higher rates of illness can be improved by a better diet, one that is high in pigmented carotenoids such as yams, kale, spinach, watermelon, bell peppers, tomatoes, oranges and carrots particularly important in preventing visual and cognitive loss.
Pregnant Women Should Avoid This In Cosmetics
Parabens are used as preservatives in cosmetics. If pregnant women use cosmetics containing parabens that remain on the skin for protracted periods, this may have consequences for their child’s subsequent weight development.
Don’t Hurry The Healing
Everything suddenly halted in a sense with me still doing the the essential work painfully and slowly. But my current healing differed significantly.