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Here’s Why Women Love The Missionary Position

You’ll be surprised how many women will love point number 4, and men will be thankful for number 6!

Sexting Too Much? The Pros and Cons of Sexting

Sexting may go a long way in keeping the fire alive between couples, but before you go digital, make sure you completely know what you’re getting into.

I’m Highly ‘Experienced’: Why Men Slut-Shame Sexually Experienced Women

Being sexually active and experienced is every woman’s right, just as much as it’s any man’s right. If a man is slut-shaming you for living your life, discovering yourself, and being open with what you want, just walk away.

10 People Ask The Explicit Questions You’re Too Embarrassed To Ask

Are you a curious soul? Have you always harboured questions inside that you were too embarrassed to ask? This is just the place for you. Read on.

The Secret To Happiness Is In Feeling All The Emotions, Including The Unpleasant Ones

Unlike what people will have you believe, the power to feel everything - something that differentiates us from most animals, is a good thing. If you are looking for happiness, then you’ll have to begin from within yourself.

Scientists Prove That The ‘Once A Cheater, Always A Cheater’ Rule Is True

Scientists who worked on this experiment for 5 years found evidence that people who cheated in their first relationship were 3 times more likely to cheat on their next companion, than those who stayed faithful.

Pop Sensation Selena Gomez Just Had A Kidney Transplant, And You Won't Believe Who The Donor Is!

Aww! If this doesn’t melt your heart, then I don’t know what will. Let’s hope they remain best friends forever!

India Ranks Lowest In Breastfeeding Practices In South-East Asia

The second most populated country in the world, and we still cannot match the breastfeeding practices in other much smaller countries? This is disappointing!

Kyrgyzstan President's Daughter Fights Stigma Around Breastfeeding With A Controversial Photo

The Kyrgyz president’s daughter, Aliya Shagieva, has been at the receiving end of a lot of criticism after she posted a picture of herself feeding her 1-month-old.

Research Suggests That Looking At Photos Of Puppies Increases Loving Feelings

Those loving feelings you get when you look at puppies in photos, well scientists say you’re not the only one to feel it. If research is to be believed, then you should check out puppy photos the next time you’re feeling rather negative.

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Do You Live In A City? Then You Are Automatically At High Risk Of Cardiac Disease Anjali Nayyar
24 Jul 2017Array min read

Being a city-bee may not be all that good.

If you are a city dweller and like the hustle and bustle, beware! A research carried out at Nottingham Trent University, UK, revealed that noise fluctuation in cities, irrespective of the decibel level, can disrupt the normal cardiac rhythms. The study was conducted with participants wearing mobile body sensors that monitored their heart rate, as they shopped about in Nottingham city.  

“We found that rapid changes in noise resulted in rapid disturbance to the normal rhythm of participants’ hearts,” said researcher Dr. Eiman Kanjo of Nottingham Trent’s School of Science and Technology. If such stimulation continues, cardiovascular problems are inevitable, stresses Kanjo. The study revealed that air pressure affected heart rate and body temperature. Environmental data, including light, air pressure, and noise, was compared with physical data, that is, heartbeat, body temperature, movement, and changes in the electrodermal activities of the skin.  

The finding under discussion is validated via our day-to-day experiences – don’t we feel better when we are out holidaying, away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Nature, small towns, and the countryside slow down our body tempo and soothe our nerves. Why? Because these places are far removed from noise pollution and the incessant humming of machines. We feel relaxed, and our hearts get down to a regular rhythm.  

However, the reality is that we spend most of our lives in the city, amidst its continuous hum and chatter. What can we do then? How do we protect ourselves, and soothe our hearts and minds into a peaceful tempo?

  • Stay away from over-crowded main roads as much as you can.
  • If your home is near a bustling area, use soundproof glass for doors and windows.
  • I suggest meditation – sit in a quiet place (as quiet as it can get), relax with soothing music, and calm your mind.

Ultimately, mind rules over matter, and if you can control your mind, you will be able to control your heart, in spite of the incessant urban chatter.

Do You Live In A City? Then You Are Automatically At High Risk Of Cardiac Disease
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This Sweet, Christmas-ey Spice Has Side-Effects You Never Knew About Lakshmi Devan
11 Aug 2017Array min read

Cinnamon this, cinnamon that. Yes, of course cinnamon makes everything nicer, but a coin has two sides.

Cinnamon rolls, bread, tea, cookies, waffles, lattes, and puddings; biryani, and shahi pulao – the best of food across the world has cinnamon, and why shouldn’t it? Cinnamon is not only fragrant and flavourful; it’s also known to be good for health. Here’s how cinnamon is beneficial for you:

  • Loaded with antioxidants.
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Helps lower blood sugar levels.
  • Helps fight bacterial and fungal infections.
  • Has anti-ageing properties.
  • Is good for teeth and gums.
  • Boosts alertness and memory.
  • Helps ease PMS in women.

But as in every story, this little cinnamon-story also comes with a twist – a condition. Noted experts recommend an intake of not more than 5 grams per day. Along with flavonoids and cinnamaldehyde (which are the good health-promoting contents of cinnamon), cinnamon also contains coumarin, which is known to be toxic in relatively high doses. Here’s why your favourite dalchini may not seem so nice anymore:

  • Toxicity – A continuous cinnamon usage for over 6 months will cause a build-up of coumarin and other toxins in the body. In fact, doctors suggest taking a 1 month break from regular cinnamon use every 6 weeks. This will allow your body time to void itself of these toxins, and rejuvenate.
  • Premature labour – Cinnamon is known to induce uterine contractions and premature labour in pregnant women. So while cinnamon provides great relief from uterine cramps during menstruation, cinnamon oils and teas are believed to be better avoided during gestation.
  • Allergies – A lot of people remain allergic to cinnamon without realising it. For people who are allergic, a slightly higher intake of cinnamon can cause symptoms such as a runny nose, watery eyes, upset stomach, swelling in the hands, or even anaphylactic shock. But to be fair, these are possible reactions of any allergy; this point is just to state that cinnamon can cause it too.
  • Skin irritation – Cinnamon isn’t only used as a spice. In fact, another popular derivative of it is cinnamon oil, which is equally favourable for a number of reasons.  But when used in a concentrated quantity, it can cause an acute burning sensation, much like chilli powder. It is advisable to wear gloves while using cinnamon oil.
  • Increased heart rate – Too much cinnamon can be fatal for heart patients, as it is known to increase the heart rate and thin the blood. But this danger only exists when the usage is in more than a 2 per cent concentration.
  • Body heat – Cinnamon is great for winters, as it is known to increase body temperature, just like alcohol, black pepper, lobster, coffee, garlic, and ginger. But it is better avoided in women going through menopause, and in extremely hot weather.

The take home message here is that as long as you’re not overdoing it, you can happily enjoy an occasional cup of cinnamon tea or a roll without worrying, and absorb its benefits.

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One Way To Buy Happiness – Spend Money On That Which Saves You Time Team healthhunt
17 Aug 2017Array min read

Who said you can’t buy happiness? Research seems to disagree. When participants were asked to spend money on materialistic things one weekend and on hiring a help to save them some time for themselves the next weekend, the latter scenario was seen to cause...

The old ‘money can’t buy you happiness’ claim seems to have taken a serious drubbing after a recent study that suggests that if you have money and are smart enough to spend it on the right things, it could positively impact your happiness quotient.

The research, which was carried out by a team of international experts led by Dr Ashley Whillans and Michael Norton, professors at Harvard Business School, spanned 4 countries (Unites States, Canada, Denmark, and Netherlands) and studied over 6,000 people. As part of this study, almost 60 individuals were given $40 over 2 successive weekends. The first weekend, they had to spend on material buys, and the next weekend, on engaging the services of someone who would do their odd jobs or things they disliked doing, which freed up time for these individuals to do other things. It was found that those who bought themselves additional time turned out to be much happier than those who did not.

Given the frenzied lives we lead, having any additional time is a real boon, and if people actually spend their money on getting someone to do their drudge work, the results could be brilliant. Whether it’s a gardener who is getting paid to come in and mow your lawn, a babysitter who allows you to go out for date night free of guilt, or a housekeeper who does the dishes and the laundry, spending money on these chores means you have more time to do more enjoyable things and are, as a result, happier. According to the lead researcher, “People who hire a housecleaner or pay the kid next door to mow the lawn might feel like they're being lazy, but our results suggest that buying time has similar benefits for happiness as having more money."

The study also found that spending money on experiences rather than on material things was likely to make you smile longer, as was being generous and spending money on someone else, rather than just on yourself.

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One Way To Buy Happiness – Spend Money On That Which Saves You Time
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Today, what we all need most is peace of mind, and mind you, it doesn’t come easy. To find tranquility, you must let go, and to learn to do that, you must embark on a journey for your own sake. We know that being healthy means so much more than just a healthy body. It means a healthy mind – a state of complete mental wellbeing. We welcome personal experiences, expert views, meditation techniques, and other holistic ways of achieving mindfulness.


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