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Diwali has become synonymous with pollution and despite the Supreme Court judgement banning sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR, the air quality is still expected to deteriorate.

Look Your Glowing Best During Diwali 2017 With These Skincare Tips

Take a few spoons of homemade yoghurt, mix enough coffee powder in it to make the mixture brown, and apply on to your face.

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The key is to enjoy Diwali and forget everything that people have told you about mithai, ghee, dry fruits, and laddoos. So if you\'ve been on the lookout for exotic, healthy Diwali recipes, then quit. This guide is all you need.

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Tooth decay and gum disease are the most prevalent dental diseases amongst both children and adults. Learn the various techniques you can use in your daily life to avoid tooth decay.

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Study Shows That Just 248 Grams Of Magnesium Every Day Is More Effective Than Most Antidepressants

Who thought the humble magnesium could have such powerful effects on our health and wellbeing? Never underestimate the power of good nutrition again!

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Study Shows That Just 248 Grams Of Magnesium Every Day Is More Effective Than Most Antidepressants Parul Gupta
11 Oct 2017Array min read

Who thought the humble magnesium could have such powerful effects on our health and wellbeing? Never underestimate the power of good nutrition again!

Do you know that 7.5 per cent of Indians suffer from depression, and that our country is the worst hit by depression? Worldwide, this rate has increased by 18 per cent in just 10 years. That’s worrying, to say the least. Adults and children are both being prescribed antidepressants to combat this disorder, which come with their share of side-effects.

Depression and anxiety disorders are rampant in today’s day, given the high stress levels experienced on the work front, social front, and personal front. What’s alarming are the number of children who are dealing with stress and depression. Therapists have reported a high increase in patients who are school-going children. They’re prescribing them antidepressants to deal with their mental health issues.

A breakthrough study, conducted at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, has published that instead of taking antidepressants, people should be taking magnesium.

Magnesium, an inexpensive and safe mineral, has the ability to reverse the symptoms of depression. 248 grams of magnesium, taken every day, is all you need to get rid of depression and anxiety disorders.

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Study Shows That Just 248 Grams Of Magnesium Every Day Is More Effective Than Most Antidepressants
Who thought the humble magnesium could have such powerful effects on our health and wellbeing? Never underestimate the power of good nutrition again!
Can’t Part With Your Phone Even For A Second? Better Bid Goodbye To Love Team healthhunt
27 Jul 2017Array min read

On one side, there is your phone, and on the other, there’s love, family, friendship. This is the time to choose.

Picture this. A young couple is sitting at a restaurant, yet there is no conversation between them. Every few minutes, one of them picks up the mobile phone to check how many likes he or she has got on their latest Instagram post, or to send a quick WhatsApp message. This is a scene played out every minute of every day across countries as individuals choose the phone over their friends, family, and partners in what is aptly termed ‘phubbing’ or using the phone to snub someone, aka phone snubbing.  

The term first came into play in mid 2012 when the Australian Macquarie Dictionary and McCann advertising agency coined the term and described it as, "the act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention". In the years since, it has become such a global phenomenon that it is now being used the world over.  

How it impacts relationships 

A recent study, done by Naylor University, reported that most individuals check their phones at least 150 times a day, and often, at the cost of a healthy relationship, which is being put on the backburner as one discreetly, or overtly, swipes their phone to stay in sync with what’s happening in the world of social media. When one obsessively checks his or her phone while trying to spend quality time with another (it could be your colleague, friend, partner, husband, or even children), you know trouble is calling, as it sends out a message that what’s on the device is way more important and engaging than the person in front of you.

The sample size of 450 people saw more than 46 per cent admitting to phubbing or being phubbed by their partner at some point in time. Of these, 143 people, who were in a romantic relationship, were questioned and more than 70 per cent of those surveyed said that their phones interfered with their relationship in one way or the other, and often led to accusations and arguments between the partners.  

How to curb phubbing

Experts suggest that couples give the phone a break, when they are trying to spend quality time together. One way of doing this is to put the device away when you want to focus on the person in front of you. By setting boundaries and restricting the urge to constantly check your phone, you are likely to realise that the world does not fall apart when you go offline for a bit. On the flip side, you end up making the person opposite you feel important and relevant, and this goes a long way in enhancing the relationship, as it conveys a sense of respect for each other.

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Can’t Part With Your Phone Even For A Second? Better Bid Goodbye To Love
On one side, there is your phone, and on the other, there’s love, family, friendship. This is the time to choose.
Air-Pocalypse: How To Protect Yourself From Air Pollution Lakshmi Devan
07 Nov 2016Array min read

An average person can survive for about 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food, and only 3 minutes without air.

An average person can survive for about 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food, and only 3 minutes without air.

The air quality in North India deteriorated severely this week, becoming alarmingly more polluted than the safe standards set by the World Health Organization. The SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research) reported SPM 2.5 (suspended particulate matter of a diameter less than 2.5 microns) levels at 883 μg/m3 (micrograms per cubic metre), and SPM 10 at 1,680 μg/m3, roughly 42 and 80 times higher, respectively, than levels considered safe to breathe in. In 2013, a research involving 3,12,944 people from 9 European countries reported that there is no level of atmospheric particulates that can be deemed entirely safe, and that for every increase of 10 μg/m3 in SPM 10, the lung cancer rate went up by 22 per cent. And in the case of SPM 2.5, that are considered particularly deadly for their ability to go deep into respiratory tract, and cause increased damage, lung cancer showed a whopping 36 per cent increase per 10 μg/m3. What harm can these tiny particles do, you ask?

SPM has been known to cause lung irritation, aggravation in the severity of chronic lung diseases, inflammation of lung tissue, and an increase in susceptibility to viral and bacterial pathogens, leading to diseases like pneumonia in people with low immunity. And, of course, let’s not forget lung cancer.

Now that we have the facts clear, here’s what you could do to protect yourself (and your family) from the worst of air pollution:

Morning walks are better – That is not to say that it’s absolutely safe; it is only relatively better. Pollution is indiscriminately everywhere, every time, and it is best advised that you stay indoors as much as you can. But if you must go for a jog at all, then know that early morning air is less polluted than any other time of the day. Remember to take it light with any kind of outdoor activity. On days when you experience teary eyes, difficulty in breathing, or tightness around your chest, don’t push it. Listen to your body.

Eat clean – Eating clean seems to be the solution to everything. Eating clean really IS the solution to everything. A colossal amount of free radicals are created in the body because of pollution, and it is wise for you to eat foods rich in antioxidants like berries, artichokes, kidney beans, pecans, dark chocolate, tomatoes etc., to minimise the harmful effects of these alien chemicals. Simultaneously, include citrus fruits, ginger, green tea, almonds, and other immunity-boosting foods in your diet.

Go green – Welcome the idea of a garden, especially one that is full of plants known for their air-purifying qualities such as dwarf date palm, Boston fern, spider palm, bamboo palm etc. The exact extent to which these plants may help hasn’t been determined yet, but the NASA Clean Air Study results were in favour of the theory. Considering NASA said it, what’s the harm in trying it, right?

Taxis over rickshaws – Choose travelling in taxis over other open-air public transport modes for a little while, and turn the air conditioning setting to ‘recirculate’ (with the windows rolled up), so that you avoid breathing in polluted air from outside. Ditching public transport will only aggravate the pollution problem instead of helping it, so try carpooling. Metros are a good idea as well, if your destination is in the vicinity of a metro station.

Air purifiers and masks – Indoor air purifiers do a great job of…er, their job. They’re basically like a vacuum cleaner for air. These purifiers rid the air of everything, including the finer SPM 2.5 particles, and are great for people with air-borne allergies or asthma. Word of advice – go for the non-ionic air purifiers, as the ionic kinds produce ozone as a by-product, which is great for the environment (because the ozone layer is depleting), but is also a major lung irritant that causes throat irritation and breathing discomfort as well. Coming to air-purifying masks, they’re your personal, portable air purifiers that you can carry anywhere! The better quality purifiers claim to filter out at least 95 per cent of all pollutants, which is a lot, really. Wear these masks as much as possible; not only when you're going outside for a walk or jog, but also if you're out on so much as your terrace. Here are the 2 things to keep in mind when you’re buying your first mask:

Ratings – These matter because they’re a proof that your mask has been tested and meets benchmark standards. Make sure your mask is rated at least N95 (there are also N99 or P100 varieties available). U.S. NIOSH or EU FFP ratings can be trusted.

The fit – This matters because an ill-sized mask will hang loose at places, and let outside air in, defeating the whole point of the mask.

It’s not a lot to ask for fresh air to breathe, and you shouldn’t refrain from doing whatever it takes to ensure that your loved ones are protected, including making changes towards a better future – one where breathing doesn’t kill.

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As the Ganges has poured down through the myths and plains of India for thousands of years, so has ghee flowed through all aspects of the Indian culture. In Ayurvedic wisdom, family homes, religions, and kitchens of India, ghee is sacred.

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Amishi Naturals - Arthogain Oil is a 100% herbal product for joint-related problems - rheumatism, arthritis, gout, spondylosis, and sprains. Herbal oils work quickly and efficiently to provide relief from joint pain. Dose: Apply oil, and lightly massage.
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