Sleeplessness (Insomnia)

Sleep is very crucial for your physical wellbeing. Even while everyone’s sleep demands are unique, the average adult requires between 7 and 9 hours of sleep every night to function normally.  A good night’s sleep aids in the mending and restoration of your cardiovascular system. Heart disease, renal disease, hypertension, diabetes, and stroke are allContinue reading “Sleeplessness (Insomnia)”

Anxiety and Postpartum Depression

The term “postpartum” refers to the period following the delivery of a baby. The “baby blues,” or a feeling of sorrow or emptiness, are common after childbirth. The baby blues normally subside after 3–5 days. When the baby blues persist for more than two weeks, postpartum depression may result. Hopelessness or emptiness following delivery isContinue reading “Anxiety and Postpartum Depression”

Baby’s Immune System are More Powerful Than Adult’s

Infants are susceptible to respiratory illnesses, as any parent knows. Even though most people believe that the adult immune system is better at fighting off new viruses, a recent research suggests that the immune system of a child is actually stronger than previously thought. There’s a common misconception that babies’ immune systems lack the strengthContinue reading “Baby’s Immune System are More Powerful Than Adult’s”

How Much Water Do We Need to Drink Every Day?

Water is the first thing your body needs. A few days of not eating won’t affect your body in any way. But drinking adequate water is critical to the proper functioning of your body. “Water is vital for the optimal functioning of every cell, tissue and organ in your body.” You can’t go more thanContinue reading “How Much Water Do We Need to Drink Every Day?”

Telehealth Diet and Exercise Program Reduced Knee Pain and Promoted Weight Loss

Researchers have shown that telehealth-delivered fitness and diet regimens may help people with chronic pain, with 80 percent of participants reporting a reduction in discomfort and a 10 percent reduction in weight loss. In reaction to the COVID-19 epidemic, public services and mobility limitations have been established. Children and teenagers may become fat due ofContinue reading “Telehealth Diet and Exercise Program Reduced Knee Pain and Promoted Weight Loss”

Poor Dental Hygiene Might Harm Your Overall Health

We all learned the basics of dental hygiene in the first grade. Doctors usually advise patients to brush their teeth at least twice a day. But are you genuinely heeding what he says? Because the mouth is the body’s first line of defense, it is critical to maintain proper oral health. A lack of oralContinue reading “Poor Dental Hygiene Might Harm Your Overall Health”

Health Advantages of Physical Activity

The term “exercise” refers to any activity that puts pressure on your muscles and forces your body to expend energy to do the movement. One of the most critical things you can do to improve your health is to engage in regular physical activity. Being physically and intellectually active has been proved to offer severalContinue reading “Health Advantages of Physical Activity”

Anti-Social Behavior in Youngsters

When it comes to mental health, we’re talking about antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). Antisocial personality disorder sufferers may not know how to treat people. A lot of the time their conduct is rude, dangerous, or manipulative. Antisocial personality disorder may be treated with medication or counselling.  Young people’s antisocial conduct is a serious national issue.Continue reading “Anti-Social Behavior in Youngsters”

What Effects Does Vitamin D Have on The Body, and How Much Do You Need?

Nearly half of the world’s population suffers from some level of vitamin D insufficiency. These factors reduce the amount of time people are exposed to sunlight, which is necessary for the skin to produce vitamin D in response to UVB radiation. Since it is an independent risk factor for overall mortality in the general population,Continue reading “What Effects Does Vitamin D Have on The Body, and How Much Do You Need?”

What Effects Does Excessive Screen Time Have on Children’s Brains?

According to recent research published in one of the world’s most leading medical publications, children and young people who spend more time on screens have an increased chance of developing myopia, or short-sightedness. Researchers and eye health specialists from Singapore, Australia, China, and the UK, including Professor Rupert Bourne from Anglia Ruskin University, conducted open-accessContinue reading “What Effects Does Excessive Screen Time Have on Children’s Brains?”