Longer hair is something a lot of women want. Some get it naturally fast hair growth but for most women it’s a long way to get there. There are some habits to be switched in order to get the perfect… Read More »12 Simple Tips to get Longer Hair : Grow hair Fast
Post about general health related question and how to stay healthy.
Hair fall is one of the most common problems worldwide; affecting one-third of the population. Everyone loses 100 hair stands each day. There could be many causes of hair loss which include diet, mineral deficiency, medications, stress, pollution and genetics. Here are 8 Easy Ways to reduce hairfall
While one might say that “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder” but looking beautiful is something that everyone want! While beauty might seem just a physical constraint beauty also affect mental aspects of an individual such as self confidence. 74% women in a survey said that they feel less confident when their hair isn’t looking good. Hair challenges include: dullness, thinning, dryness, breakage, frizz, and more. Solution to all these problems is to have overall healthy hair! Here are 16 tips that you can try to get that confidence and health of your hairs back!
Blood loss is the most common cause of anemia, especially iron-deficiency anemia. Blood loss can be short term or persist over time.Heavy menstrual periods or bleeding in the digestive or urinary tract can cause blood loss. Surgery, trauma, or cancer also can cause blood loss.If a lot of blood is lost, the body may lose enough red blood cells to cause anemia.
Anemia describes the condition in which the number of red blood cells or Hemoglobin in the blood is low. For this reason, doctors sometimes describe someone with anemia as having a low blood count. A person who has anemia is called anemic.The normal level of hemoglobin is generally different in males and females. For men, a normal hemoglobin level is typically defined as a level of more than 13.5 gram/100 ml, and in women as hemoglobin of more than 12.0 gram/100 ml.
Janta Curfew or lockdown by choice happened in India on 22 March 2020. This was an amazing step taken by Indian government to stop the spread of coronavirus. The people of the country took this decision from Prime minister Narendra… Read More »Janta Curfew : 100 photos which shows India’s unity
Coronavirus has certainly taken the world by a shock but this is not the first time. There have been pandemics much bigger in scale than the current COVID-19. Coronavirus has killed over 7000 people but there have been diseases that killed over 200 million people. Yes that’s not a typing mistake that’s a real number. Here are 5 of the biggest pandemics like coronavirus (By death tolls) :
Everyone wants to build muscles. Whether it is for better health, or good looks or for a competition everyone tries to make their body look the best. While some dream about getting the best toned body others actually work hard to make it happen. Even though one might say that working hard is the only thing that can help you build muscles, it is not 100% true. Only hard work doesn’t help you grow muscles.
Coronavirus or covid-19 has made a big impact on the economy and markets worldwide. It has also affected people physically as well as mentally. Coronavirus has in fact affected people’s mental health. The scale of the pandemic has triggered many mental health issues.
Sleep is one of the most important activities that every living being has to do in order to function properly but are we getting enough sleep? An average human should spend at least 7-8 hours a day. We generally tend to ignore it due to our hectic schedule and social life. World sleep day is an annual event celebrated to spread awareness regarding sleep disorders and the importance of sleep.