Are you a proud multi-tasker? Then its time to pause.
If you experience tingling in fingers or feel any kind of numbness in your hands while working, you probably have carpal tunnel syndrome.
Eating well is important at any age, but even more necessary for seniors because nutritional needs change as we age.
Just like water is for plants, sleep is to humans. Apart from rejuvenating us, a good night’s sleep does a lot more.
The age of 40 in women introduces them to menopause, which in turn comes with its set of health issues.
Today, alternative medicine has progressed leaps and bounds and has become a valid treatment options for most medical ailments.
Air travel has become a necessity today, for both work and leisure. Many of us travel long distances by air these days, across multiple time zones.
Today Yoga has become one of the most popular choices in fitness regimes. It not only improves physical and mental health, it also comes with numerous other health benefits that far surpass the advantages of your regular aerobic workout.
Tea can be a fantastic health drink and today the entire world has come to realize this fact.
Taking care of your liver is one of the crucial step towards attaining a healthy body.
Positive eating is no more just a vague idea propagated by hipsters and hippies but a real altering idea, if you are willing to try.
Protecting your joints, taking regular exercise and taking medication can help arthritis management. For some people, certain foods worsen arthritis.
In February of this year, I came down with a strange and painful body ache. Unfazed, I popped a crocin and continued with my life.
A good night’s sleep relies on many factors, including stress, health, sleep hygiene, and your sleep environment. Are you overlooking an important factor for healthy sleep? What you eat and drink before bed and throughout the day can influence how well you sleep at night.
Every Indian household follows some or the other principle of the Ayurvedic diet, but maybe it’s time you dive deep and explore.
We all love naps, don’t we? They’ve successfully gained notoriety on social media over the past few years thanks to memes and jokes in regard to being lazy.
Tea is almost an institution within itself, with office goers drinking more than a million cups every year, making it a staple in most office pantries.
If you wish to feel better and restore the natural balance of your body, then you must alkalize your body.
How do you deal with a bloated body? By eating these super foods of course!
You have heard that starting your day with yoga is the secret to good health, and even desk yoga performed midday when your energy levels start to slump comes with great benefits. But is it wise to practice yoga before bedtime? Let’s find out!
Most of us have suffered from headaches some time or the other – even though we’ve led healthy lifestyles and stayed away from the usual triggers.
We Indians love our tea so much, we tend to think we know all there is to know about tea. Isn’t that right? We drink tea with cardamom, ginger and sometimes other spice mixes every day, round the year, and our Indian teas have made it across the globe to the shelves of speciality gourmet stores in the West, adding to our popularity.
An ancient Ayurvedic practice that is rumored to be very beneficial for oral health and also fight effectively against seasonal allergies, Oil Pulling has garnered a strong fan-following all across the globe.
Ayurveda, the Science of Life can teach us how to live a better life by adopting positive lifestyle changes. Beginning from how to start the day on the right note, to planning your day for it to be stress-free, to even calling an end to the day with the right frame of mind, here is how you can make Ayurveda a part of your everyday life for a healthier, fitter and happier you.
Sometimes a simple and easy to access product can transform your health in ways you couldn’t have expected.
As the smell of freshly made microwave popcorn fills up your kitchen, you can’t wait to dig your fingers into the yummy, buttery stuff. Right?
Most of us love winter — it’s a magical respite from the seemingly never-ending Indian summer, and shakes up our routine for a much needed change.
In the pursuit of good health, we all are constantly on the lookout for the right diet and/ or workout that can help get to your dream weight/appearance, but are there some fundamentals that you’re getting wrong
It seems like finding a cure for the common cold is tougher than rowing across the Pacific Ocean! Since a cold can be caused by over 200 different viruses, it’s no wonder that all of us try to figure out how to get rid of a cold from time to time, especially every allergy season
If you love the cold season, some simple and easy to follow tips from Ayurveda will make the winter even more enjoyable for you. Oh did you know, Ayurveda describes winter season as one of the times in the year, where body has good strength and immunity
Ayurveda literally translates to the science of life, and as a completely different branch of medicine than the one we are so familiar with, (read ibuprofen and antibiotics) it’s easy to see the difference in perspective.
What to do when a sinus migraine hits you? You either turn off the lights and lie down or grab a pill, right?
If you are a diabetic, you will often be exhausted, tired and lethargic during the day. The fact is that dealing with this ailment on a daily basis can be arduous simply because the daily to-do list is endless. But that’s not the primary cause of your burnt-out state.
Testing a person’s stool and gut bacteria prior to starting a new diet may help determine if a particular weight loss diet will be effective for a person who wants to lose weight.
For most of us holidays and time off are a time to recharge our batteries and chill out. For some people though, as soon as they stop work and try to relax they get ill. Are you one of those people lying on a golden beach, blue waves lapping at your feet with a splitting […]