As we age, the capabilities of our body start declining. The organs and tissues begin to age, thus leaving us vulnerable to diseases and other health-related issues.
Over here let’s look at some of the common diseases and conditions that affect older adults: Continue reading
An allergy occurs when your immune system identifies a certain object as harmful and reacts to it. Usually strong symptoms are triggered in people who are sensitive to these objects (also known as allergens). You may develop allergic reactions from food, animals, dust, and when the season changes. Continue reading
Most coughs are caused by a viral infection and the symptoms usually worsen after 2-3 days, but gradually they clear. Many bouts of cough are mild and usually get better with proper care and treatment. But unfortunately, people tend to neglect acute cough and don’t follow the recommended advices by the doctors. As a result, their condition soon worsens. Continue reading
Ayurveda is all about maintaining balance and harmony in your lifestyle, and a healthy diet plays a key role in developing a balanced life.
Gout, a type of arthritis, is caused when you have an excess of uric acid in your bloodstream. Joints in the toe, foot, knee, ankle, hands, and wrists are mainly affected by this condition. Over here we discuss important facts about Gout, to help you stay informed about the disease. Continue reading
From a wider perspective, Ayurveda is not just about healing and curing, it’s about promoting overall well-being. Ayurveda aims to harmonise your mind, body, and spirit and bring in a sense of balance. Continue reading
Asthma and smoking don’t go very well together. About 20%-35% of adult asthma patients all over the world are smokers. A data by The American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology reveals so. Continue reading
Leading a healthy lifestyle is all about making healthy choices. Now, implementing all the changes at once might appear like an overwhelming goal to achieve. However, embracing a healthy lifestyle is easy when you take one step at a time. Here are a few changes that you may adapt to stay healthy throughout the year: Continue reading