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I am 20 years. Height 6.1.my weight is 85. I has lot of belly fat. I am follows all the diet. Daily I ll do yoga and skipping. But every sunday I can eat chicken biryani. Sir I want to reduce my weight at least 10 kgs. What I have to do?
I am very slim. I want a gain weight. I am short height girl amd 42 kg. I take very healthy food but still there is no improvement. What should I do to get a right weight with a healthy body?
Sir, I am taking food supplement (weight gainer) and when I run, my legs bones from front side get too much pain ful. Pls help.
Hello doctor, I have swelling on my stomach. Especially ribs just below the breast. I feel pain. Please suggest some medicine from homeopathy.
Cupping is an ancient treatment remedy that has been used for many centuries in many parts of the world for high blood pressure (hypertension) treatment. In the middle east, wet cupping" hijama" is still a popular treatment. Wet cupping is the process of using a vacuum at different points on the body in order to gather the blood in that area. Then apply few superficial incisions (small, light scratches using a razor) on those areas, followed by repeating the vacuum on the same areas in order to remove'harmful' blood which lies just beneath the surface of the skin.
Do you lack confidence due to facial pigmentation, I am here to help you.
What is facial pigmentation?
Facial pigmentation refers to the darkening of facial skin dueto overproduction of pigment melanin. Medically, this is known as melasma.
In melasma, patches of pigmentation appear on the face, predominantly over the cheeks, nose, forehead and upper lip. The pigmentation varies from yellowish, brownish, bluish to blackish in colour. Chloasma is another term for facial pigmentation in women during pregnancy.
Freckles or tiny dark spots appear on the face in certain cases from repeated sun exposure. Freckles are more likely in persons with fair skin.
Why do we get facialpigmentation?
The root cause of facial pigmentation is excess melanin production. Facial pigmentation is very common in women, but may also arise in men.
The causal factors are many, the major among them being hormonal changes in women during pregnancy, after childbirth, during menopause, from intake of contraceptive pills, from hormone replacement therapy and hypothyroidism.
Other factors that trigger facial pigmentation are stress, loss of sleep and sunexposure. Heredity also plays an important role in predisposing a person to facial pigmentation. Acne may also lead to scarring and facial pigmentation.
Factors affecting facial pigmentation:
I am 19 years old height is apprz 5.7' but I am very thin my weight is only 45 kg I eats probably everything my diet is huge still I could not increase my weight please help.
I am 18 years old and my stomach s going on big y can I know the reason I want to lose my tummy pls give me some suggestion.
Sir can we take omega 3 capsules only. Will it be helpful for growth. Omega 3 can be digestible if I take alone to it.
I am 24 years working girl. My height is 5 feet and weight is 36 kg only. I want to gain weight minimum 10kg. After 2months I am going get marriage. So what should I do. Please suggest me.
Dietician said to eat 35gm paneer daily for my dad, he is diabetic and early CKD patient and on low protein diet. Is that ok? Or we should avoid milk n paneer.
What is the proper bodybuilding I should have ? I am 23 years of age. I regularly go to the gym. But I want a shredded physique. For that what is the perfect diet ?
Hi Sir, My weight is 50 kg and height is 5.10 please help me sir when I eat food after some time I have to go to toilet I go toilet 3 times a day why sir and I do workout also please help.
What are the symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency. How it affects on infant. And how we can escape the child from this disease. My one and half year old daughter has Vitamin D deficiency. please help.
Communicating with people is second nature to all of us. But are we doing it effectively? In today’s world, it is impossible not be in constant contact with everyone around us. We have our phones, iPads, tablets and other devices to keep in touch with everyone.
But what happens when we are required to speak to someone face to face? Do we listen to what they have to say or do we simply put our point across regardless of whether the other person has heard us or not? If we want other people to hear what we have to say and understand them effectively we must learn effective strategies.
Here are a few tips for effective communication:
1. Have a plan:
Have a clear plan in mind before you start to express your position or your ideas. Think of all the things you wish to say and write them down. When you have a clear idea of what it is you are going to say, it makes putting your point across much easier.
2. Be conscious of both your verbal and nonverbal actions:
You should be careful about what you say as well as how you say it. Your tone and volume lets the listener know the overall direction of the conversation. If you are happy, look happy and keep the tone light. If you are angry, you will look angry and keep the tone and volume in tune.
*It is important to note that even if you are angry, yelling will not solve the issue as effectively as a well thought out argument.
3. Wait for the person to finish a thought before interrupting with questions:
Communication is a two-way street. You have to listen as well as talk. Listen to what the other person is saying before jumping to put your point across. You should show the other person the same courtesy that they showed while listening to you.
4. If you’re not sure of the message they are trying to send, ask questions:
It’s okay to ask questions once the other person has finished talking. This way not only do they feel like you are interested in what they are saying they will also know that you were listening to what they had to say.
5. Paraphrase what you heard, so the sender knows you understood the message:
Once the sender has finished speaking, paraphrase what they have said so that you both are on the same page. This way both of you will understand what has been communicated and what needed to be understood from the message.