Over the years, making money has been one constant activity individuals and companies engage in to make ends meet. Sadly, the art of making money is not as easy as it sounds or appears to be. It requires lots of hard work as well as strategies. The year 2020 came along with a global pandemic. And measures taken by the government to curb the pandemic led to the restriction of
Hormones are responsible for a variety of functions in the human body. But when these hormones are produced more or less than needed, it develops a lack of harmony. And, by far, it is the woman who faces the majority of consequences of this hormonal imbalance. As per the studies, approximately 47% of the women population is dealing with hormonal imbalance. Bad mood, anxiety, fatigue, weight gain, itchy skin, or
Being a working mom is challenging enough, but WFH has made the challenge a tad bigger. Your duties never seem to end, as the workload gets bigger when you have to manage office tasks, housework, kids’ chores, and a lot more simultaneously. You are bound to experience double the stress than you did with the usual work schedule. It makes sense to look for ways to deal with WFH stress
Today’s modern life can be extremely stressful. There are a lot of things one needs to take care of during their day and it can make events hectic. It is hard to juggle family, work, and social obligations effortlessly, and it leaves you with no time to yourself. Do not underestimate the importance of giving time to yourself to relax. It can keep you healthy, in both mind and body.
The first person to document and measure stress was the endocrinologist Hans Seyle in the late 1950s. Biological stress is actually a fairly recent discovery. There are different kinds of stress. Eustress is the good kind that helps you meet deadlines and focus on your work, while distress is the bad kind that can make you feel overwhelmed. In this day and age, when no one has time to stop
You have probably experienced it: staring at your rack of shoes and rows and rows of pristine pants but with no idea how to pair them. If it helps, this is a relatively common dilemma. Well, we attempt to put you out of your fashion misery with four tips on how to wear pants with heels. 1. Slimming Pants When wearing slimming pants, you want to pair them with a
It has been found that as many as 80% of women who are experiencing menopause have a number of symptoms including hot flashes. Hot flashes are the experience of a sudden sensation of heat in the face, head, and chest, followed by perspiration, flushing, and chills. When you have hot flashes at night, it can make it incredibly difficult to get a full and satisfying night’s sleep. Are you wondering
Women’s multitasking is like an Olympic sport. While everyone’s trying to find comfortable balances in their lives, women are juggling home and work or focusing on health and personal lives. Ideally, everyone’s fond of eating home-cooked and organic superfoods. And, why not? It’s about rocking the season while maintaining meditation and daily yoga routines. But, is it that easy in this humdrum, mundane life when the bar is pretty.
Since the onset of the pandemic in late 2019, more and more people are choosing a healthier lifestyle. The WFH normal, social distancing, and intermittent sanitization are some of the reasons for this emerging trend. Weight gain is one of the most common diseases that people have contracted in the last year, apart from the SARC-Cov symptoms. And it needs no mention that excessive weight leads to numerous health problems
Cumulative Health Benefits There is a strange miracle at play surrounding the entire birth process. From cellular fertilization, to the growth of a child in the womb, to delivery, the whole cycle is quite miraculous—and it doesn’t stop at birth; it simply compounds. Breastfeeding—think about it. The body is used to physically nourish a child. What an excellent, elegant solution to the problem in nature. However, though this is a