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Feeling miserable at work? Well, you’re not the only one. Nearly 80% of today’s workforce in India complains about ‘occupational stress’. The same is classified as a medical hazard, which has significant repercussions on an individual’s physical and mental health (ET Bureau, 2016).
Read on to find seven ways to reduce stress if you often find yourself tensed at work or otherwise…
Turmeric latte has probably been the most trending hot beverage in 2018. It may have got its cool game on very recently but in an Indian household, ‘turmeric milk / ‘Haldi ka Dhoodh’’ has been the most recommended beverage during the flu. Across India, turmeric is tossed into every dish and is recognised as the most powerful of spices considering its packed with antioxidants and has the perfect anti-carcinogenic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.
This modern treatment could relieve chronic pain
A significant population of India suffers from chronic pain, yet very few consult pain management specialists. Chronic pain is of concern to patients and reduces their quality of life. When pain occurs it may not leave for several weeks and become frustrating.
How many times have you started off on a new diet but eventually given up? Based on 2018’s top answers to patient concerns at ParkMed, listed below are our top 3 experts suggested ways to deal with hunger pangs while dieting:
1. Up your protein intake - High protein meals burn calories and reduce your hunger. Protein is also more filling than carbs. Incorporating lean protein sources such as fish, poultry, soybean, eggs, meat and so on into your meals can reduce hunger around the clock.