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I am 19 years old booy and I want to grow weight I am eating very much food but no improvement in the body please help me.
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Hello My age is 32 years. My job is graphic designing so its a sitting job whole day. I have problem of constipation from 4-5 months. I tried zandy nityam tablets and other ayurvedic medicines but when I take those then problem is no more but if I missed one day then again get constipation. Its not acute constipation. So please suggest me how can I get rid of this problem. I do 45 min exercise in morning including some yoga aasans. Waiting for your reply and solution for this.
I am a chronic patient of stomach disorder eg constipation for several years. Go for regular morning /evening walk. Do light exercise. Taking medication for prostate&preventive heart disease. I am 68 now. Pl advise.
EATING FOR A HEALTHY DIGESTIVE SYSTEM:
Most digestive disorders are the result of unhealthy eating habits; common causes include not eating enough fiber, eating too fast, and simply overeating.
The benefits fiber:
Lack of fiber in the diet is the most common reason for constipation. Fiber consists of those parts of a plant which pass directly through your intestine without being digested and absorbed. It adds bulk to your feces, thus encouraging efficient bowel function. Increases your fiber consumption by eating more fruit, raw and green leafy vegetables, whole grain bread and cereals, and dried beans which will both prevent and treat constipation. An inadequate intake of fiber-rich foods is thought to contribute to many other digestive disorders.
COPING WITH IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME:
Irritable bowel syndrome is one of the most common, but least well understood, digestive disorders. It is more common in women and usually begins early in adult life. Normally, the contents of the intestine are pushed along by regular, rhythmical waves of bowel wall contraction, known as peristalsis. In this syndrome, irregular, uncoordinated peristalsis causes discomfort and disrupts the passage of faces through the rectum.
- Abdominal cramps and distension.
- A change in bowel habits either diarrhea or constipation.
- Attacks of nausea and flatulence.
- A need to open the bowels several times a day.
- Avoid foods and drinks which make your symptoms worse.
- Learn some relaxation exercises to combat stress.
- Increase your intake of fiber.
- If you smoke, stop.
Maintaining your water balance is vital:
Water is an important part of your diet. About 60 percent of your body is made up of water and many bodily processes require water to function normally. During the passage of waste products along the intestine, toward the rectum, water is drawn in from the surrounding blood vessels, softening the feces and making them easier to pass.
There is a continuous loss of water from your body in urine and sweat, as moisture in the air you breathe out, and, in small amounts, in the feces.
This lost water is replaced by drinking and eating. Many foods, like fruit and vegetables, contain water. Water is also formed inside the body by the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
- Eat slowly and make sure you chew your food properly.
- Relax at meal times- do not try to eat on the move.
- Allow yourself at least half an hour’s rest after a meal.
- Always avoid eating a large meal late at night.
- Do not drink too many carbonated drinks, including fizzy water. They introduce gas into the digestive tract.
- When beginning a high-fiber diet, build up your fiber intake gradually to avoid any discomfort or flatulence
Lemon juice . 1 cup
Ginger juice . 1 cup
Garlic juice . 1 cup
Apple vinager . 1 cup
How to make
Mix properly all the ingredients and slow heating on low flame and allow it to reduce it to three cup and mix it in three cups of honey.
Dose . 3 teaspoon daily empty stomac will remove the heart blockage.
My wife 67 had undergone knee joint replacement after operation and rest she was to be discharged suddenly she could not breath normally after c.T.C.T scan, doctor said that she had blood clotting in right lung is it very serious ? she is under treatment of a cardiologsit. . I am worried about her health whether it is related with any cause due to knee joint replacement ?
5 ways to cultivate self-awareness
1. Create some space for yourself. When you are in a dark room without windows, it is fairly difficult to see things clearly. The space you create for yourself is that crack on the wall where you allow light to come through. Leave yourself some time and space every day – perhaps first thing in the morning or half an hour before sleep when you stay away from the digital distractions and spend some time with yourself, reading, writing, meditating, and connecting with yourself.
2. Practice mindfulness. Mindfulness is the key to self-awareness. Jon kabat-zinn defines mindfulness as “paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally”. Through mindfulness practice, you will be more present with yourself so that you can “be there” to observe what’s going on inside and around you. It is not about sitting cross-legged or suppressing your thoughts. It is about paying attention to your inner state as they arise. You can practice mindfulness at any time you want, through mindful listening, mindful eating or walking.
3. Keep a journal: writing not only helps us process our thoughts but also makes us feel connected and at peace with ourselves. Writing can also create more headspace as you let your thoughts flow out onto paper. Research shows that writing down things we are grateful for or even things we are struggling with helps increase happiness and satisfaction. You can also use the journal to record your inner state. Try this at home –choose a half day on a weekend, pay close attention to your inner world – what you are feeling, what you are saying to yourself, and make a note of what you observe every hour. You may be surprised about what you write down!
4. Practice being a good listener. Listening is not the same as hearing. Listening is about being present and paying attention to other people’s emotions, body movement and language. It is about showing empathy and understanding without constantly evaluating or judging. When you become a good listener, you will also be better at listening to your own inner voice and become the best friend of yourself.
5. Gain different perspectives: ask for feedback. Sometimes we can be too afraid to ask what others think of us – yes sometimes the feedback may be biased or even dishonest but you will be able to differentiate them from real, genuine and balanced feedback as you learn more about yourself and others. Research has shown conducting 360 degree feedback in workplace is a useful tool to improve managers’ self-awareness. We all have blind spots, so it is helpful to gain different perspective to see a fuller picture of ourselves.
Self-awareness, as “arguably the most fundamental issue in psychology, from both a developmental and an evolutionary perspective”, is a rich and complicated subject. As human beings, we may never fully understand ourselves, if there is such a destination. But perhaps it is the journey of exploring, understanding and becoming ourselves that makes life worth living.