March 25th, 2014

Learn to Live a Balanced Life

God gives us a hand of help every day. What you get is what you instruct to your mind and soul. So do your job with a positive thought that you can live your dreams in real, no matter how difficult life can be at times. Here are few ways you can create a wonderful life, high energy, and a leaner body. Be a daily visionary. Visualize your goals and your dreams – every day. Take a five-minute break from your computer, stop off on the side of the road in between sales meetings, and create a motion picture on the screen of your mind of your goals, your dreams, of how you would like your life to be. Visualize yourself already in possession of your wishes. Feed your body well. Your diet

March 25th, 2014

Tips to Vacuum Clean Your Mind

The average person has as many as 100,000 thoughts every day. Some of these thoughts pass through your mind with little or no impact upon your body or life, while the rest fall into two categories: thoughts that help you and thoughts that hinder you. So every moment of every day, we have the ability to create for ourselves new beginnings and new challenges that can help us reach our full potential. But it all depends on us that by which thought we get inspired. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by negative thoughts, people, and circumstances, but we can take steps to understand what it means to live a balanced life says Dr Anand. Here are few tips that help to keep your mind in

January 21st, 2014

Bliss Your Body With Naturopathy

Body wraps are beauty wraps that not only help you look better but feel better as well. Coming as a total package these wraps help firm and moisten your skin, eliminate toxins from the body, treat eczema, and even reduce inches after a single session. Minoo Verma describes the blissful treatment…. Lying on a comfortable bed, you are slathered with a relaxing body mask made of gels, algae, seaweed, mud, clay, lotion or cream, and then enveloped tightly for about 20 minutes to keep you warm. Trust Lord, it’s a total bliss. Later the product is rinsed off. The body wrap usually ends with an application of nice fragrant lotion. This treatment is sometimes called a body mask. Body in

August 21st, 2013

Eat Something Spicy to Delete Stress

The hot, spicy taste of foods is not, in fact, a taste sensation but a feeling of pain. Capsaicin – the chemical compound that makes chili peppers hot – binds to proteins, or pain receptors, of nerve cells in the mucous membranes of the nose and mouth. The nerve impulses produced in this way pass via the trigeminal nerve into the brain, creating a painful burning feeling. The same receptors also react to heat, so that when heavily spiced food is eaten hot, the effect is even more intense. However, the pain is offset by the body’s reaction, which is to release endorphins – naturally occurring opioids that produce a feeling of wellbeing – which could explain the popularity of

August 21st, 2013

Supplement on Ginseng to Sooth Your Stress

Is an herbal supplement derived from the roots of the ginseng plant claimed to be an “adaptogen”, a herb that increase the body’s resistance to physical or emotional stresses. The answer to this question comes straight as “Yes” when the GHC team asked the expert, Dr Preeti Chabbra, Ayurveda Consultant at Ganga Ram Hospital. She tells more about ginseng and its goodwill in treating depression. Read on. Ginseng may benefit people who are feeling fatigued and over-stressed and those recovering from a long illness. The herb has been shown to balance the release of stress hormones in the body and support the organs that produce these hormones. It may also enhance the

August 21st, 2013

6 Games That Tame Your Brain’ Stress

Games connect to the reward circuits of the human brain to make it active tells Dr Arti Anand, Clinical Psychologist Ganga Ram Hospital Delhi. She explains, there are cognitive benefits of playing video games such as pattern recognition, system thinking, and it even teaches us to be patient. Gaming can actually exercise the mind the way physical activity exercises the body. And it may be addictive because it’s challenging. Shirdhar Gupta, 75, retired Govt. officer was suggested by the expert to play some video games for brain health, including Chinese checkers, puzzles, and word games to deal with his forgetfulness. “When I sat down to complete the puzzles of the time machine, I

August 10th, 2012

Milk Is Not Only For Kids

When you are stressed brain needs an amino acid called tryptophan in order to make serotonin, a neurotransmitter nicknamed the brain’s Prozac, thanks to its happy-making and calming effect. Milk is enriched with tryptophan. Mom was right when she gave you a glass of milk before bedtime. Milk has tryptophan, a protein that helps you fall sleep and when you sleep well you handle stress better. So no more you can skip milk. Whatsoever age you may be fall in love with milk to delete stress. A cup of milk is must for good mood and good health.

August 10th, 2012

Go Fishing to Perk Up Your Mood

It’s true: eating fish can earnestly boost your mood. My Health Guardian gives you the reason. Read on…. If you wish to beat depression, try eating some cold water fish. Salmon, herring, tuna, mackerel, trout, and so on, they’re all loaded with omega-3 and DHA. It is approved by the experts that stress hormones have an arch enemy: omega-3 fatty acids. And Omega-3 fatty acids and DHA are two things that raise the quality and the function of your brain’s grey matter. Moreover, most fish are enriched with all-important B vitamins, particularly the renowned stress fighters B6 and B12. In fact, B12 is one of the most important vitamins involved in the synthesis of the

August 9th, 2012

4 Foods That Make You Feel Light

What do you do when stress overwhelms you? Grab a coffee, go for a smoke, chat with a friend, gulp a glass of wine or fix yourself a glass of Scotch and at times use all of these. How about giving food a try for a change to beat stress? The results will amaze you and as a bonus point you’ll be better equipped to deal with stressful situations. By now, you know that it’s practically impossible to avoid stress (as proclaimed by several health magazines) and so do we. Therefore, let’s be practical and learn to deal with stress with the most basic ingredient critical to our living: the food. 1. Water: Did you ever notice that you turn irritable when you’re dehydrated. In fact, the

August 9th, 2012

Indulge in Chocolate Today!

Chocolates, this melt in mouth confection came across as a guilty sin sometime ago. But now the story is different. What metamorphosed chocolates from a guilty sin to a superfood? The answer lies in cocoa, a potent antioxidant which fights free radicals. Chocolates, particularly dark ones up your moods and is good for your heart if eaten in moderation. While it is high in fat, research has shown that stearic acid, the main fat in chocolate, does not raise cholesterol. If you reach for chocolate when you’re feeling down, you’re on the right track: Chocolate increases serotonin in the brain, which means it’s a mood booster. Not to forget the luxuriating facials and spa treatments done

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