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Social Anxiety: Learning To Cope With It Sumiran Annamaria Kashyap
21 Jun 2017Array min read

“Nobody realises that some people expend tremendous amounts of energy, just to appear normal.”

Awkwardness, discomfort, and downright fear of social interactions takes various forms: shyness, taciturn attitudes, stage-fright, clumsy behaviour, and, on the extreme end – full-blown social paranoia, and a persistent desire for reclusiveness.

The most intense forms are often deemed relevant for therapy/clinical interventions. However, we tend to ignore the quieter, more hidden manifestations. They may appear less serious, but may actually be more threatening. Their subtle nature is simply an indication of how deeply ingrained they are, in the psyche of the individual suffering from it. Here are a few helpful suggestions on how to combat social anxiety:

  • Understand social contexts for what they truly are – In your own time, mentally run through the social situations you have to deal with most often. Think of the people and activities involved. Is there really something to be afraid of amongst family, friends, classmates, or colleagues? This exercise will help you prepare better, before you enter those situations. If you identify and accept that there aren't going to be any triggers setting off your anxiety, you're less likely to avoid them.
  • Accept existing fears. Don't think you're alone – Say you can think of anxiety triggers in the above mentioned exercise. Firstly, accept that they make you uncomfortable, then think about why. Is it the intimidating personality of another? Is there a requirement to be in the spotlight that's beyond your comfort zone, and you can't put your foot down? Once you know exactly what's troubling you, approach a close friend/family member who understands you best. Discuss your inhibitions, and describe your ideal outcome. When you realise you have support, even in one other person, the obstacle doesn't seem so impossible.
  • Be open to tough love (yes, you must) – There’s at least one advocate of tough love in any support system. Their first, and only, piece of advice to you would be to face your fear head on. Depending on the severity of your social phobia, this method shows its effects, sooner or later – for the better. You may not succeed in the first attempt; you might feel that facing the issue only magnifies your anxiety further. If you stop to think about it, you'll realise it only seems magnified because you haven't stared it in the face before. The more you familiarise yourself with the depth of your anxiety, the closer you'll come to finding the ‘weak spot’ in this ‘monster’ that cripples you. That's usually the key to killing it!
  • Consider the downside of being lost in the crowd – The basic instinct of a socially anxious person is to not stand out, and to avoid avenues where this may happen. If you feel you're comfortable with this, think about what your aspirations stand to lose. Surely, you have dreams about success, and desires for fulfilling friendships/intimate relationships? Your social anxiety may prevent your feathers from getting ruffled, but is that complacency getting in the way of things that excite you/make you happy? And if so, isn't the trouble you'd go through to rid yourself of your anxiety, worth it?
  • One step at a time – Different people have different rates of progress when it comes to solving an issue of social anxiety. Facing one manageable dose of the anxiety trigger at a time with a positive, rational outlook is the simple, everyday way to go about it. Reward yourself when you overpower each dose. Make affirmative statements to yourself about how you are worth it, and how you're self-assured, and loved. Don't retreat into your shell to celebrate, and extend your happiness to those who care about you.

One fine day, you'll realise you've made it a habit to be community-oriented when it comes to sharing your accomplishments. That's not the signature of a socially anxious person, is it? You’ve won!

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8 Amazing Herbs And Spices That Will Help You Burn Belly Fat Dr. Khoobsurat Najma
27 Oct 2017Array min read

Most of the herbs and spices that we add to our daily cooking are potential fat-burning spices, when used right.

Herbs and spices have been used for centuries to add that zest, flavour, and aroma to cooking. Many of them have therapeutic benefits, and are of medicinal value. One of the integral aspects of our rich culture and heritage is the generous use of these herbs and spices in our daily diet. India is known the world over for the use of aromatic herbs and spices that add an array of flavour and richness to the food that is consumed as staple diet across the country. What is amazing about these herbs and spices is the fact that it is not just the flavour that makes them stand tall, but also that they are packed with countless health benefits, ranging from improved immunity, fat-burning benefits, weight loss, anti-inflammatory benefits, and improved health and wellbeing. Most of the herbs and spices that we add to our daily cooking are potential fat-burning spices, when used right. Here are some commonly used herbs and spices that will help you lose weight, and are excellent for reducing belly fat:

Herbs and spices that are excellent for burning belly fat:

Cinnamon

Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon is a wonderful spice that lends its warm and delicious aroma to whichever food it is added. But did you know that it is excellent for boosting your metabolism as well? Studies have shown that cinnamon may also help in keeping blood sugar levels in check and improve insulin resistance in people with type 2 diabetes. This is because cinnamon helps to activate the insulin receptors and stimulate certain essential enzyme systems that are involved in carbohydrate metabolism. All these properties of cinnamon make it one of the best fat-burning spices. However, the excess use of cinnamon can have some side-effects, so be careful of your dosage.

Ways to use cinnamon as a fat-burning spice:
  • One of the easiest ways to consume cinnamon is having it in its powdered form. Simply sprinkle it over salads, smoothies, breakfast cereals, or coffee.
  • You can also have cinnamon by mixing 1 teaspoon of powdered cinnamon with 1 spoonful of honey to a cup of warm water. Take this drink half an hour before breakfast, daily.

Ginger

Ginger Juice

 We Indians have been using ginger since time immemorial, to treat a wide range of health problems. Owing to its digestive properties, this herb is a must for our daily cooking. Studies have shown that ginger has thermogenic properties, which means that it increases the temperature of the body by burning body fat. This property of ginger makes it a must have herb for weight loss! Research also suggests that ginger has satiating properties, which means that you will feel less hungry and will be less tempted to reach out for a bag of crisps or that bar of chocolate. All these amazing properties put ginger on the list of the perfect fat-burning herbs and spices. Ginger also boosts insulin sensitivity, which is due to its anti-inflammatory properties, while reducing fatty acids, and promoting weight stability.

Ways to use ginger as a fat-burning spice:
  • Make it a habit to have half a teaspoon of powdered ginger with warm water every day. Just make sure you let the water cool down before having it.
  • Another option is to add 1 teaspoon each of ginger and cinnamon to water, and boil the mixture for 1-2 minutes. Drink it when it cools down.
  • Also, you can add freshly grated or chopped ginger to your daily cooking for additional health benefits.

Cardamom

cardamom

Cardamom is referred to as the ‘Queen of Spices’ in our country, and is one of the most expensive spices available. Yet, you will find yourself adding this refreshing spice to your daily cuppa. Just like ginger, cardamom has thermogenic properties too. It also helps boost the metabolism, which, in turn, burns more belly fat in the body. It also helps in relieving bloating and improves digestion. Studies show, in addition, that this wonder spice has dozens of other health benefits such as antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, improved digestive health, flu-fighting properties, and fighting bad breath. In ayurveda, this spice is described as having diuretic properties. This means that cardamom helps in getting rid of excess water (which presents itself in the form of water retention), as well as in relieving colic, loose motions, and constipation. It can also help in maintaining the balance of healthy gut bacteria that, in turn, help in promoting healthy digestion.

Ways to use cardamom as a fat-burning spice:
  • Cardamom tea is the best way to consume cardamom for burning fat. Take the seeds out of the cardamom pod, and powder them roughly. Add a pinch of this crushed cardamom to your tea. Make sure you do not add sugar or cream. A light refreshing tea, using no milk, is ideal.

Mustard seeds

mustard seeds

 Mustard seeds are excellent for speeding up your metabolism and for burning body fat. Recent studies suggest that by having 1 teaspoon of mustard, your metabolism can speed up by 25 per cent! Mustard can also enhance your weight loss by up to 30 per cent. These fat-burning and weight-loss properties of mustard seeds are due to the presence of certain phytochemicals called allyl isothiocyanates.

Ways to use mustard seeds as a fat-burning spice:
  • Have 2-4 teaspoons of mustard seeds every day. This will help you burn around 50 additional calories per hour.
  • You can also sprinkle mustard seeds on your salads, soups, cut fruits etc.

Chili powder

chili powder

 The active ingredient in chili powder is a compound called capsaicin. This compound helps in boosting your energy levels and also helps you eat slower, which, in turn, will make you eat less. Also, if you add chili powder to your diet regimen, you will be inclined to opt for healthy plant-based foods like salads, instead of going for an extra slice of bread or a helping of rice. Capsaicin also stimulates brown fat, a type of fat that generates heat by helping you burn calories, which is why it's being explored as a tool for weight loss, healthy metabolism, and more.

Ways to use chili powder as a fat-burning spice:
  • You can sprinkle chill powder on your salad, or add it to your daily cooking and have it with lentils, soups, cooked sabzi etc.

Black pepper

Black Pepper

Black pepper contains a compound called piperine. Piperne helps in stopping new fat cells from forming (known as adipogenesis), helps keep your waist line in check, lowers your body fat percentage, and also helps keep your cholesterol levels in check.

Ways to use black pepper as a fat-burning spice:
  • You can have black pepper in the form of black pepper tea for best results. Black pepper tea is recommended by nutritionists as one of the most ideal ways to use black pepper for weight loss. Add ginger, lemon, honey, tulsi, cinnamon, or green tea bags to prepare this tea. Add ½ – 1 teaspoon of freshly ground black pepper, and drink it before breakfast, daily.
  • Or else, add 1 spoon of black pepper powder and honey to a mixture of half a lemon and warm water. Now mix it well, and have it on an empty stomach.

Cumin

Cumin

Cumin is known for its choleretic properties, which means that cumin reduces the reabsorption of cholesterol, especially bad cholesterol (LDL), when the food reaches the small intestine. It also helps to decrease the synthesis of cholesterol. Cumin boosts metabolism, which helps burn body fat. It also helps in digestion, by stimulating certain glands in the stomach and intestines. Recent studies suggest that cumin also helps to keep blood sugar levels in check.

Ways to use cumin as a fat-burning spice:
  • Soak 2 teaspoons of cumin seeds in 2 cups of water, for about 8 hours. Strain the mixture. Add honey and lemon as per taste, and drink.
  • You can also add 1 teaspoon of cumin powder to a small bowl of curd, and have it as a mid-day weight-loss snack.

Ginseng

Ginseng

 Ginseng is a wonder herb, and is known the world over for speeding up metabolism and increasing energy levels. This, in turn, helps in burning body fat and boosts weight loss. Also, ginseng (the Siberian variety) is an adaptogen. Adaptogens are herbs or spices that possess healing properties, and help fight stress and boost overall health. They help balance, restore, and protect the body during stressful conditions. Adaptogens are known to counter the physical and chemical effects of stress by keeping cortisol levels in check (cortisol is a hormone that is released in the body under stressful conditions).

Ways to use ginseng as a fat-burning spice:
  • The most common way to have ginseng is in the form of ginseng powder. Have about a quarter teaspoon of ginseng powder daily for 2-3 weeks to get optimal benefits from this herb.
  • It is best to have ginseng in short cycles of 2-3 weeks, unless your doctor advices otherwise.

So the next time you go grocery shopping, make sure you add these aromatic herbs and spices to your basket. Include these amazing herbs and spices to your daily diet in a regulated way, and see that stubborn belly fat gradually melt away over the next couple of months. But make sure that you eat right, stay active, and drink 2-3 litres of water daily, so that you lose weight in a healthy and safe way.

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Why You Should Consider A Digital Detox, And How You Can Go About It Sakshi Talwar
01 Nov 2017Array min read

Digital detox sounds like more of a fad to most people, and they cease to comprehend the underlying meaning of the same. Say the words ‘digital detox’ and it’s like one has said ‘holocaust’.

“Connection is inevitable. Distraction is a choice.” — Alex Soojung-Kim Pang

In today’s times of being connected to modernistic devices, constantly being updated on a real-time basis, and overloading your organ of soft nervous tissue contained in the skull of vertebrates with information galore, which might not even be important to you otherwise, it certainly seems like the future is only going to get worse.

Being a social media maven myself, more for work-related stuff that involves marketing and advertising activities, I often wonder if growing up in the 90s was more of a boon than a bane. Our lives involved outdoor activities, reading, communicating in person, and there was no need for words such as ‘digital detox’. However, those were times which no future generation in the world will ever experience now, considering how digital the world is becoming, and how being detached from the same makes one crippling enough to catch up on lost time on social media.

Digital detox sounds like more of a fad to most people, and they cease to comprehend the underlying meaning of the same.

Say the words ‘digital detox’ and it’s like one has said ‘holocaust’. People do not realise that the ‘art of unplugging’ once in a while is definitely not a curse, or detrimental to them in any possible way. There comes a point in life where one feels fidgety and lacks the ability to focus or concentrate on anything beyond being connected electronically. It is then that the issue really becomes a struggle and a digital detox becomes essential. It might seem extremely arduous for a layman who is a social media addict or an electronic addict to disassociate himself and put this practice to use, but honestly, out of personal experience, a digital detox is really not as daunting as it may seem.

It is very crucial to understand that detoxing yourself from gadgets does not suggest abandoning yourself from technology in its entirety or on a permanent basis. That would be a complete loss and would transport one back to the primitive ages. What is important is to strike a balance between the same in today’s new age of constant touch, tap, or swipe.

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There was a time, whilst starting my ecommerce venture http://rugsandbeyond.com/, that I would constantly be glued to the screen and be addicted to reading just about everything online. I almost forgot that there existed a real world out of my MacBook Air. It became addictive to the extent that I would wake up and log on to Google analytics in the middle of the night or even track online orders at the same time. It was a battle for me to disconnect myself, and a digital detox seemed like a formidable task. I gradually started reading real books as opposed to on Kindle, immersing myself amidst nature, and connecting with people in person rather than via phone or text.

According to a recent research, “Each time we receive a new message or alert, our brains get a hit of dopamine – the novelty is addictive”. As vague as it sounds, one doesn’t realise the long-term effects of such an addiction.

Due to a childhood passion, being involved in the local theater, and getting acquainted with the craft of being on stage, I enrolled myself for an acting course at http://www.stellaadler.la/ last summer. Our very first class restricted the use of cell phones anytime during the class. It did seem a bit odd at first that all of us were asked to put our cell phones away in a box and completely turn them off. This restriction seemed to be worse than ‘embargo’ in the 1990s.

Moreover, our daily exercise involved the observance of one unique thing in a room that we took notice of, and nobody else did. This was the ‘art of being present in the moment’.

One day, I asked Laura, a method acting guru, just when she advised all of us to not use a GPS while getting from point A to B, “But how would one commute without a GPS, especially if one is new to the city?”. She sternly replied, “Print out directions from Google map or write down the same on a piece of paper beforehand”. Well, I am yet to try the same, and shall share my experience in due course.

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As difficult as it might seem, I personally feel that one should digitally detox every now and then, and should connect with the real world, just like the good, old-fangled times. The interesting part is that one might not realise that they are addicted to technology, considering it is so deeply ingrained in our lives. However, there are a number of ways to practice unplugging which can actually make you feel the difference, because after all, being incommunicado once in a while doesn’t hurt. You really are not answerable to anyone for your absenteeism for a short period of time, barring certain exceptions that might arise thereof.

  • Vacation without a phone – Technology has become way too pervasive these days. What one needs is a rebalance in life. With the influx of travel tips, recommendations, bookings, and just about everything else online, it might seem like mission impossible to vacation sans gadgets. However, the best way would be to plan a getaway ahead of time. Your holiday might comprise of Instagram-worthy picturesque trips or barbecues and exclusive Facebook check-ins. But the key is to be strict with yourself and practice restraint, live in the moment, and enjoy your vacation without external disturbances. Although it is recommended that you leave your hotel contact details with your close ones, incase of any urgent circumstances. Your digital detox was never more important.
  • Read actual newspapers – How many of you have stopped subscribing to a physical newspaper just because “everything is available online”? It’s 2017, and there’s still nothing like catching up on news and current affairs over a big cup of joe. Reading online shall not only strain your eyes, but also bereave you from being present in the moment.
  • Experience life – When was the last time you actually inhaled that fresh air while observing the melancholy of the tiny birds chirping in unison? Do you still remember the sounds of Team A winning in an outdoor activity as opposed to on the PlayStation? My father is an avid walker, and each time I have insisted on him taking his cell phone along in the morning, he absolutely refuses to do so. He fears being inundated with texts, alerts, or calls during his special time of connecting with Mother Nature. This is his special digital detox time. But one must wonder, what if something urgent comes up? He simply replied, “We didn’t have phones or any other means of communication back in the day and life still went on, so disconnecting for a few hours daily is certainly not an unattainable task”.
  • Digital diet – Being in continual touch with gadgets not only disarms a person in his connection to real life, but also deprives him of a certain type of experience he might not have otherwise. In today’s tech-paced world, one feels immobilised to a large extent, if their devices are not with them. This is the cognitive cost of distraction. A digital diet would assist you to break your tech addiction, and help regain balance.

The rate at which technology is infused into our lives shall only accelerate in the coming years. It is time to reshuffle our reliance on these gadgets and attain equilibrium. On an average, most of us wake up staring at our screens and scrolling down through our fancy devices. This not only ruins the eyesight, but also has a negative psychological impact on our lives. In short, our tech-tethered lives are having an irreversible effect on us, which we most likely are not aware of. This certainly needs to change and a digital detox is the surest way to do it.

Our ability to stay balanced in this day and age of exponential technology proliferation shall assist us in connecting to more things real and being present in the moment. The idea is not to become arcane, or to completely disconnect with the tech space, but to create an equilibrium in life.

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