No one knows and understands your body as much you know it. The best way to keep healthy is to be your own therapist. You can be your own teacher, researcher and experimenter.
Why it’s important?
Being your own therapist, you can enhance your health and maintain a healthy life style.
Treating yourself will help you in various ways, for example: you... Read More
Pregnancy doesn’t mean you have to tolerate back ache, pelvic girdle pain and any other pregnancy related problem.
A pregnant woman’s body goes through enormous changes which can affect overall daily activity. In some women, it is normally accepted process but in some cases, it is quite more than that. Most common kinds of discomfort observed in pregnancy are:
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Physiotherapy will have an important role in prevention to rehabilitation of diabetes management. Physiotherapy interventions will provide safe exercise programs which help in improving insulin levels and balancing cholesterol level of the body. It involves managing consequences of diabetes- including foot disorders, imbalance difficulties and protective strategies to prevent further damage.
Benefits of Physiotherapy
Diabetic patients are more prone to... Read More
At the time of pregnancy, the body releases a hormone: RELAXIN. It relaxes the joints and ligament in female’s pelvis to make it easier for the baby to pass through the birth canal.
This hormonal change leads to instability of joints and ligament which attach the pelvis bone to spine. These changes don’t go away overnight. So, your back may... Read More
A vigorous workout or begging of workout routine leads to pain and muscle soreness. Fitness-related muscle soreness can include pain, swelling, weakness, stiffness, and sensitivity to touch.
Why does it hurt after work out?
Post workout pain because of the microscopic tearing of inflexible muscle fibre. The intensity of the tearing of the muscle and soreness depends on how much they have... Read More
Amla or Indian gooseberry is a superfruit as it’s the best source of Vitamin C. It also provides nutrients like Iron, Calcium, Phosphorus, Carotene and Vitamin B-complex.
Vitamin C helps fight against cold and flu, raises your immunity and metabolism. As a natural antioxidant, it helps fight the free radicals, slows ageing process, keeps your skin and hair healthy.
You can... Read More
Zucchini or Courgette widely known as a vegetable is botanically a fruit belonging to the species Cucurbita pepo. It’s closely related to melons, pumpkins and cucumbers and grow above the ground. The season is in May and July. You can have its flesh, seeds and skin.
Zucchini has low glycaemic index, low carbohydrate and is low in calories. It’s an... Read More
Food preferences of young children keeps changing from day to day or week to week.
Food needs to be cooked or served in a particular way to be accepted.
Children have erratic appetites due to which they might eat well in one meal but refuse the next.
Preschoolers enjoy well prepared food which is served attractively.
Preferably the meals should not be served... Read More
Warm lemon water with or without honey on an empty stomach is an age old remedy for weight loss.
Lemon as a superfood is used widely for its high vitamin C content, its preservative properties , as a dressing on salads and to add tanginess to snacks and meals.
Lemon in addition contains Iron , calcium, potassium, B-complex vitamins, magnesium ,... Read More
Tender Coconut water-A nutritious drink
Tender coconut water is a highly nutritious and soothing beverage to have in summers.
It’s a source of antioxidants, amino acids Vitamin C,Vitamin B-complex and minerals like Potassium, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron and Calcium.
Due to its high potassium and Vitamin C content, it helps to balance high blood pressure. You can have a cup of coconut water... Read More