Menstruation Leave Is Now A Thing: Here’s How You Can Beat Period Pain Naturally

Menstruation Leave Is Now A Thing: Here’s How You Can Beat Period Pain Naturally

Undeniably, menstruation brings some of the most dreaded days in a woman’s routine. While some are lucky to breeze through them with much ease, others may experience severe abdominal pain, cramps, lower back pain, fatigue and weakness, nausea and vomiting among many other symptoms. Most women opt for medication to tackle the pain , others choose to stay in with some comforting food and a hot water bottle tucked in. Almost every woman must have skipped school or work at some point in her life owing to the excruciating period. While an Indian…

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Beat the heat with cool planting ideas at your place!

Beat the heat with cool planting ideas at your place!

There are various plants that do not require much water and release freshness to keep your place cool. Planting more trees around you will help in blocking the direct penetration of ultraviolet harmful rays of the sun. It will also increase the inflow of oxygen in the environment and will reduce the need for air conditioners. So, adopt a plant and beat the heat this summer with these cool and easy ideas: 1.Plant more pots at schools and offices Keep your most engaging or working place much green as you…

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Beat Menstrual Disorder by Practicing Yoga Regularly: Study

Beat Menstrual Disorder by Practicing Yoga Regularly: Study

While every woman responds differently to the monthly cycle of menstruation, most will agree on the fact that it isn’t quite a pleasant experience. Some women are able breeze through those otherwise dreadful 5 days, while others may feel their life coming to a standstill. Dysmenorrhea, or sever menstrual pain interferes with a woman’s regular routine and can also make her feel excessively ill. It may come accompanied with cramping, bloating, lower back pain, heavy bleeding, fatigue, and of course, intolerable pain. Research explains that for some women the pain…

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World Health Day: 7 Foods to Beat Depression & Mood Swings

World Health Day: 7 Foods to Beat Depression & Mood Swings

World Health Day is commemorated every year on 7th April to spread awareness on a particular disease that has become a public health concern globally.  This year, they will be highlighting a pressing problem that been plaguing everyone – from the young to the elderly. Depression is considered to be one of the biggest causes of several ailments. It messes with your mental health, disrupts your daily chores and in extreme cases, makes people give on their lives. While mental health problems have been considered a tabooin our country, given…

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Prebiotics May Help You Beat Stress and Get Good Sleep

Prebiotics May Help You Beat Stress and Get Good Sleep

What are prebiotic really? Are they a food fad? While people were just about warming up to the concept of probiotics, there suddenly came in prebiotics claiming to be better than the other. Gut bacteria or probiotics need to feed on certain fibers in order to perform better and help improve your gut environment so as various metabolic processes can be carried out efficiently by the body. But the acidic content of our stomach most often hampers the growth of these microorganisms, along with our habits such as drinking hot…

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10 Foods That Help Beat Insomnia

10 Foods That Help Beat Insomnia

When too many nights spent tossing and turning cause you to dread your bedroom, instead of looking forward to slipping between the sheets, there’s no need to automatically reach for a sleeping pill. Instead, change your bedtime snack to a food known for its sleep-enhancing properties, and you’ll soon be visiting the land of Nod. While it’s true that sleep-inducing foods are not as powerful as prescription medications, they are free of side effects and require no prescription. So next time the late-night urge to nosh strikes, fill your plate with…

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Brighten up your house to beat the gloomy monsoon

Brighten up your house to beat the gloomy monsoon

  Revamp your house with neon colours, sheer curtains this monsoon Add a dash of neon to pep up the mood at your home in the gloomy monsoon season, and use some chimes to get a soothing tune while they sway in the breeze, an expert suggests. According to Navneet Malhotra, Co-founder of Renomania, an online home decor platform, you can beat the dark and gloomy monsoon days by getting rid of heavy blinds and curtains and replacing them with colourful curtains, bright cushions and assorted chairs to brighten up…

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Ever tried yoga to beat Monday blues? Here’s how

Ever tried yoga to beat Monday blues? Here’s how

This will charge you and make you strong to the face the long week ahead. (Felixhug/Getty Images) Monday mornings are not the usual. Most of us lack passion and motivation. We get unexplained bouts of emotions such as anxiety, stress and sadness. It is interesting to see that Monday blues are so common that it’s almost become a phenomenon now. Unless it has some serious ground that is crying for your attention, you can ward off Monday blues with these four yoga asanas. Yes, it’s that easy. This will charge…

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Beat the flab with these healthy alternatives

Beat the flab with these healthy alternatives

Beat the flab with these healthy alternatives Now that the Kerala government has imposed a 14.5% fat tax on unhealthy food items sold in food chains to raise awareness as well as money for preventive healthcare; here are a few healthier substitutes for all the foodies to keep your weight in control, while giving you all the pleasures of a sumptuous and delicious meal. So, why wait until the fat tax on junk food becomes an official mandate in Telangana and burn a hole in your pocket? Fatty is not…

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Indulge in healthy, fruity delights to beat the heat

Indulge in healthy, fruity delights to beat the heat

As the mercury continues to soar in the capital, food aficionados can now indulge in fruity delights with a specially crafted menu boasting of savoury desserts and coolers that aim to “encourage healthy eating”. Curated by chef Namrata Sanwal of luxury boutique hotel The Park, the menu boasts of delicious desserts like the Honey and Melon Parafait, Jamun Brule and Litchi Mousse among others. The desserts will be finalised and will be included in the menu of Cha Bar cafe here by next month. If you are looking to incorporate…

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