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“Health Is Wealth”, as the slogan says, we should realize that our health is more important than any other thing in our life. Our health is priceless.
If we are healthy, then automatically all other things will get into their proper places.
But health, the most important thing in our life is ignored by most of the people in today’s world. According to the slogan, only if we are healthy, we can earn more money.
A Healthy Body leads to Healthy Skin.
Looks are considered as an important part of a person’s personality. A person initially attracts others towards oneself by his/her looks.
In the modern world, the slogan for the young generation may go something like this, “Looks Is Wealth.”
For the young generation, good looks are all they need, even if they have to sacrifice their health for it, they will willingly do it. The young generation is not at all health conscious.
People who say they are health conscious are actually the person who is beautiful and looks conscious.
Young people are so fashion conscious that they compromise with their health and go on a diet.
They want to have zero sizes like television-stars and models and to achieve that they can go to any level without thinking how badly it will affect their health.
Our looks and health are inter-dependent on each other. Clear, bright skin is the hallmark of health and wellness that is why it is important to maintain good health, for our looks to seem attractive.
Health indirectly affects our looks in many ways. For example, lack of sufficient water causes the development of pimples and acne on our face.
It is a dream of everyone to be the owner of healthy, glowing and radiant skin. But, we need to understand that, the glowing of skin begins from inside the body.
A healthy diet is a good skin regimen. In fact, if we don’t have proper healthy food or don’t drink lots of water, then our skin will become dull, patchy and tanned.
Practicing good hygiene, including regularly washing skin areas with neutral cleansers, reduces the number of dead skin cells and other contaminants that contribute to the birth of pimples.
Having healthy food, drinking loads of water, eating fruits and leafy vegetables will make our skin glow. We should avoid processed food and foods that are high in sugar.
- We should avoid direct contact with the sun with our skin.
- Vitamin C and E reduce damage caused by sun and Vitamin A and B repair skin cells.
- We should have proper sleep because sleep deprivation leads to dry, dull skin in addition to dark circles.
Hence health should never be compromised for getting better looks because it should be remembered that health and looks always go hand in hand.
At the end of the day, call it what you want, inner beauty or outer, there’s just one kind and it’s the kind of a beauty you see when you look into the mirror.
The fast-paced life and lifestyle choices often lead to a person getting sick very often. Maintaining a healthy balance in life is very crucial to build the immunity system and make the body fit to fight any disease. A healthy balance not only means physical fitness but also mental health. People often want to make healthy choices but fail to do so. But guess what, it is not that difficult after all.
Here are a few tips to keep your body and mind fit:-
- While this may be the most difficult decision that a person would have to make but avoiding junk food is very necessary for the body to feel fit. Go for fresh fruits, vegetable, grains instead of processed food.
- This goes without saying that exercise plays a very important role to keep the body fit. Even simple exercises like running, jogging or even swimming can lead to a healthy life. Indulge in yoga and meditation to keep the stress away.
- It cannot be stress more than one’s sleep cycle has to be well maintained as well. The body needs to relax and the best way to do it is by sleeping. 7 to 8 hours of sleep in a day is optimum for a healthy feeling body. Lack of sleep makes a person irritated, harms the insulin resistance, reduces physical and mental performances and disturbs the hormonal level in the body.
- Don’t fear coffee as its high anti-oxidant properties keep you away from many diseases. Symptoms of Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer can be barred with caffeine-rich coffee. Liquids, in general, should be a part of your diet as one needs to keep the body hydrated.
- Avoid smoking and excessive consumption of alcohol. This leads to liver damage and changes of cancer in the lungs, the mouth becomes more prominent when you are smoking too many cigarettes.
- Say goodbye to refined carbohydrates and make you diet fiber, protein, vitamin-rich. Have fish, eggs vegetables like avocado, carrots, spinach; fruits like berries, oranges, pomegranates to maintain a healthy balance in life.
- Make use of Indian spices as they have anti-inflammatory and antioxidants effects that help fight germs. Spices and herbs like turmeric, ginger, garlic have various health benefits.
- Regulate your meal timings. One must start a day with heavy breakfast followed by five other meals including a light lunch and a lighter dinner. Don’t forget to have a glass of water after and before every meal.
- Keep food items like nuts, dry fruits near you and hog n them whenever you feel hungry between the main meals.
- Load up good fats and avoid Trans fats and refines sugar in for food. This helps in balancing the hormones, keeps the skin and hair healthy and maintains healthy digestive processes.
- Finding a work-life balance is very key. A person put all his focus on work and forgets to take care of their body. One must learn how to strike a balance between the two. Don’t forget to have a little fun.
- Fresh air and some time off the phone screen and laptops is very necessary. Do not forget to take a stroll outside the home once in a while and refresh the mind.
Healthy tips from the kitchen-
Kitchen has the power to boost health if we choose the right food and cook in a healthy way. Here are some tips from the kitchen
Portion control. Take food according to what fits on your plate, thali style. Don't take second helpings.
Balance is always key. Balance your meat or fish with lots of vegetables, soup/curries, and a limited amount of grains.
Add local vegetable. Look at introducing millets such as Jowar, Bajara and ragi in your diet through Rotis, dosas, bread or even pasta. As well as unpolished rice varieties such as the red rice of Kerala/ Mangalore / Goa and the black rice of the northeast. They have a lower gi and fill you up with smaller portions.
Healthy sauce.- hung/thick card dip. Strain out curd overnight, and then add different herbs/spices/ nuts to it make a variety of dips which you can add to sandwiches, salads or have as a side with grills. You will not miss cheese/butter/ mayonnaise anymore.
Think smart. Use cookware such as airfry, grill pans, ovens, cast iron skillet pans, granite pans to reduce the oil used in cooking.
Generally identified as a rare and uncommon phenomenon, vaginal cancer most often occurs in the cells present in the outer lining of the vagina, also called the birth canal. Although primary vaginal cancer is rare and unusual, there are various other types of vaginal cancer that originate elsewhere in the body but have spread over to your vagina.
Depending upon the nature of origin, vaginal cancer can be divided into the following types:
1. Vaginal adenocarcinoma, beginning in the glandular cells on the surface of your vagina
2. Vaginal sarcoma, developing in the connective tissue cells and multiple cells lining the walls of your vagina
3. Vaginal squamous cell carcinoma, originates in the squamous cells lining the surface of the bacteria
4. Vaginal melanoma, developing in melanocytes, the pigment-producing cells in your vagina
As vaginal cancer progresses from one stage to the next, you may experience any one of the following signs and symptoms:
1. Diluted, watery vaginal discharge
2. Painful urination
4. Odd cases of vaginal bleeding, for instance, after menopause or after intercourse
5. Formation of lumps in your vagina
6. Frequent and regular urination
7. Pelvic pain
Normally, cancer develops when healthy cells undergo genetic mutations, subsequently leading to the uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells. Cancer cells are known to break off from pre-existing tumors and can easily spread everywhere, in what is referred to as metastasize.
Beyond the natural process of development, here are a few factors which may further contribute to the growth of cancerous cells:
1. Increasing age
2. Vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia
3. Exposure to miscarriage prevention drugs
Women are not really sure about frozen embryos’ ability to result in pregnancy. Ironically, the success of Frozen Embryo Transfer has dramatically improved over the last few years. In the days gone by, the chance of women getting pregnant through the use of frozen embryos seemed to be on the lower side compared to that from the transfer of fresh embryos. Recent data related to this suggests that this is no longer the case.
Reasons behind the low success rate of frozen embryo transfer in the past
Previously during the frozen embryo transfer process, the embryos which had to get frozen were the ones that did not get chosen for the fresh embryo transfer initially. The reason being that the embryologist had gone ahead to choose the best possible embryos for getting them transferred initially. As far as the fresh embryo transfer is concerned, the quality of embryo has got a major effect on the chance of a woman getting pregnant. On the other hand, if the quality of embryos frozen is not good, the rate of survival after it gets thawed along with the rate of pregnancy would be on the lower side.
The second important reason is the number of embryos that got transferred. Let us consider a couple who produce four very good quality embryos. Two of them are transferred during fresh In Vitro Fertilization Process and the remaining two are frozen. This leads to pregnancy and the woman gives birth to a baby. Later on, the couple once again decides to go for pregnancy by using the frozen embryos. Though only one embryo survives after getting thawed. The frozen embryo transfer is that of a single embryo. The success rate of a frozen embryo transfer through a single embryo is always going to be on the lower side than what it will be when multiple embryo transfers are involved.
Finally, the method of freezing embryos has seen a sea change quite a number of years ago. Nowadays the freezing of embryos takes place by a fast method, known as vitrification. This process has got a much better survival rate when embryos get thawed along with good rates of pregnancy when those particular embryos are transferred in a much better manner.
Studies about the high success rate of frozen embryo transfer
There have been studies performed in women, who have had quite a vigorous stimulation of their ovaries and were considered to be at high risk for Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome. The physicians took the decision of skipping the process of embryo transfer and instead go ahead to freeze all the embryos for use at a later stage.
This tends to significantly decrease the risk of having serious Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome along with the decrease in complications. Other cases involved, physicians deciding to move on with a fresh embryo transfer despite the risk of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome. In both the scenarios the couples have quite a large number of embryos and the embryos selected for transfer were the best embryos.
The studies have shown no difference in the rates of pregnancy between fresh or frozen embryos or for that matter higher rate of pregnancy with frozen embryos.