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    We know that exercise and a good diet can keep oue heart healthy. But what else can we do to keep our heart going strong?

    1.Eating Habits

    • Eat healthy fats, NOT trans fats ——- We need fats in our diet, including saturated and polyunsaturated and unsaturated fats. But one we don’t need is trans fat, which is known to increase our risk of developing heart disease or having a stroke over a lifetime.
    • Eat more fruit and vegetables
    • Eat less sugar
    • Wholegrain cereals include more of the natural grain. This means they have more nutrients like dietary fibre, B vitamins, vitamin E, and healthy fats.
    • Use herbs and spices instead of salt .Eating too much salt is bad for your heart.
    • Oily fish such as pilchards, sardines, mackerel, salmon and fresh tuna, are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are thought to be particularly beneficial for your heart because they improve your cholesterol levels.

    2.Dental health—-

    • Practice good dental hygiene, especially flossing your teeth daily.
    • Dental health is a good indication of overall health, including our heart, because those who have periodontal (gum) disease often have the same risk factors for heart disease.Brush your teeth regularly.

    3.Get enough sleep—–

    • Sleep is an essential part of keeping your heart healthy.
    • If you don’t sleep enough, you may be at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease no matter your age or other health habits.
    • Make sleep a priority. Get 7 to 8 hours of sleep most nights.
    • If you have sleep apnea, you should be treated as this condition is linked to heart disease and arrhythmias.

    4.Stretch it out——

    • Yoga can help you improve your balance, flexibility, and strength.
    • Yoga can help you relax and relieve stress.
    • Yoga also has potential to improve heart health.
    • Exercise is essential for good heart health.
    • Take the stairs instead of the elevator.
    • Park on the far side of the parking lot.
    • Walk to a colleague’s desk to talk, instead of emailing them.
    • Play with your dog or kids at the park, instead of just watching them.
    • Every little bit adds up to better fitness.
    • Any physical activity is better than none.
    • Adults need at least 30 minutes of exercise five or more days a week for heart health.

    5.Don’t sit for too long at one time.—–

    • Seating for long periods of time is bad for your health no matter how much exercise you do.
    • Adults who sit less throughout the day have a lower risk of early death, particularly from heart disease.

    6.Avoid smoke——-

    • The risk of developing heart disease is about 25 to 30 percent higher for people who are exposed to secondhand smoke at home or work.
    • Smoking is one of the main causes of cardiovascular disease, and smokers are almost twice as likely to have a heart attack compared with those who have never smoked.

    7.Keep stress under control——

    • If you’re under a lot of stress, you may be more likely to smoke, take little or no exercise and drink more than a moderate amount of alcohol – all of which are linked with heart problems.

    8.Keep your weight down—–

    • If you’re heavier than you should be, your risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and type 2 diabetes is above normal.
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    TikTok is a video-sharing social networking service owned by ByteDance, a Chinese company founded in 2012 by Zhang Yiming. It is used to create short dance, lip-sync, comedy and talent videos. Teenagers have a lot extremely crazy for this application.

    Benefits of TikTok:

    Wholesome entertainment– The major advantage of TikTok application is that it serves as a great form of entertainment.

    Instant publicity -Who does not want to be famous? TikTok provides an awesome platform to people who wish to become famous among people without having any specialized skills or talents. 

    What’s the dark side of using tiktok? Potential Negative Effects of TikTok.

    • Addiction:  Since the app boasts an “endless stream” of material, students are likely to spend a long time in the app and might even become addicted to watching the videos for hours at a time.
    • Cause nuisance: Constant use of this application has become a pain more than enjoyment for people.
    • Bullying / harassment tool :  Some people use this application to make fun of people, community, religion, etc. Students are being bullied on TikTok. Some students are making fun of each other’s videos, while others are making videos just to ridicule their fellow students.
    • Waste of time: This application is seen to be a time-waster. People unnecessarily spend a lot of time in creating music videos. The time they put in creating these videos when invested in learning any new skill or knowledge can prove to be a lot more advantageous to them in the future.
    • Comparison: Some students make outrageous, and even dangerous, videos to get more likes and followers. Hashtag challenges are an easy way to gain likes, but some of the challenges are not appropriate for tweens and teens.
    • Inadequate content: Parents are worried about their inappropriate content. A majority of them are shocked to see their little angels in indecent sexual proposals and poses that do not suit their age. Looking at the privacy risks and mature content, the age limit to use of this application should be a minimum of sixteen years.
    • Safety Concerns: Apps like TikTok can easily be used by predators to solicit minors because the app makes it easy for strangers to direct message children. 
    • Mental Health: Some experts report it can be easy to come across triggering content on the app that could promote issues like self-harm or eating disorders.

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    When stress is high

    Try the Stop technique

    S- stop

    T- take a breadth

    O- observe

    P- proceeds

    By stopping taking a breath & observing what’s going on within and then preceding. We can get the present by de-escalating our stress before it grows more .

    Starting this practice when you feel stress.

    #stop_technique

    #stop-stress

    #awaystress

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    Old saying “you are what you eat “ that’s why it is essential to have a healthy balanced diet for a strong immune system.

    1. Indian Gooseberry— it is well known for fighting against common illness like cold, sore throat , digestive issues etc . Amla is enriched with antioxidants, micronutrients which help increase immunity. It is good for hair , eyesight, heart and diabetic as well. You can consume it in any  various forms like juice , candy , or even raw fruit.

    2. Honey — It is also called nature’s sweetening agent . It is full of minerals such as iron , calcium and magnesium. Honey contains countless medicinal properties. It’s antibacterial properties relieve the throat and protect our body against Bacteria and fungi. It boosts gut immunity. Use honey instead of sugar . Sugar is an unhealthy void for nutrients. For weight loss mix honey with warm water and drink regularly. It also cleanses the digestive system.

    3. Green tea — it is well known for its rich source of antioxidants. It flushes out toxins from the body . It is also a rich source of essential nutrients for glowing skin. It is also good for weight loss.

    4. Turmeric — turmeric is a treasure house for antibacterial properties and medicinal products. Organic turmeric has high curcumin content which is an anti-inflammatory ingredient. Turmeric helps strengthen immunity and warm off illness .

    5. Lemons & Limes — both contain vitamin C which we all know is useful for supporting immune health, but they also contain polyphenol which helps to regulate immune responses. You can add slices to your drinking water or can squeeze over salads .

    6. Garlic — Raw garlic is brilliant at giving your body’s immune system a helping hand. It has natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, helping you ward off illness and recover quicker. Raw garlic can increase the number of t-cells in your blood, which in turn fights viruses and could help reduce the length of time you have a cold 3. Garlic’s health powers are best when it’s raw.

    7. Ginger — The spicy, aromatic ginger root is used to add some kick to drinks, teas, soups, and Asian dishes, and it’s also a real superfood. Ginger reduces inflammation and relieves pain.Plus, it also helps reduce nausea.

    #immunity #boostimmunity #foods #healthy #food #immunitybooster

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    What is responsible parenthood??

    A responsible parenthood is simply defined as the “will” and ability of parents to respect and do the needs and aspirations of the family and children. As responsible individuals and citizens, being responsible parents is also one of our foremost duties.

    In times when parenting has generated so much of speculation, one wonders what responsible parenting looks like.Child psychologists believe that the first three years of life are most critical to a child’s brain development. A three-year-old toddler’s brain is twice as active as an adult’s brain and has more than 1,000 trillion connections between brain cells, many more than will ever be needed. These brain cells and the connections between them are what form the basis for emotional, intellectual, and physical development. During the early years, many of these connections will be strengthened and further developed while others, due to lack of use, will die. It’s up to parents to help children nurture and retain these connections so that they may be better prepared for the intellectual, social, and physical rigors they’ll face in school and throughout life.

    Parenting is not easy. Good parenting is hard work.

    Good Parenting Tips for New Moms & Dads .

    Spend time with family.

    1. Set Smart Limits

    • Take charge. 
    • Don’t clip your child’s wings.
    • Don’t try to fix everything.
    • Remember that discipline is not punishment. 
    • Pick your battles .

    2. Create Your Own Quality Time

    • Play with your children.
    • Read books together every day.
    • Schedule daily special time.
    • Encourage daddy time.
    • Make warm memories.

    3. Be a Good Role Model

    • Be the role model your children deserve.
    • Fess up when you blow it.
    • Live a little greener.
    • Always tell the truth.
    • Kiss and hug your spouse in front of the kids.
    • Respect parenting differences.

    4. Know the Best Ways to Praise

    • Give appropriate praise.
    • Cheer the good stuff.
    • Gossip about your kids.

    5. Trust Yourself

    • Give yourself a break. 
    • Trust your mommy gut.
    • Don’t accept disrespect from your child.
    • Pass along your plan. 

    6. Don’t Forget to Teach Social Skills

    • Ask your children “who” , “where” , “how” type questions every day. 
    • Acknowledge your kid’s strong emotions.
    • Teach kids to notice surrounding things.

    7. Raise Grateful Kids

    • Show your child how to become a responsible citizen.
    • Don’t raise a spoiled kid. 
    • Talk about what it means to be a good person.
    • Explain to your kids why values are important.
    • Set up a “gratitude circle” every night at dinner.
    • Explain to your kids why values are important.

    8. Don’t Stress About Dinner

    • Serve a food again and again.
    • Avoid food fights. 
    • Eat at least one meal as a family each day.
    • Let your kids place an order.

    9. Boost Brainpower & Physical Activity

    • Teach your baby to sign.
    • Keep the tube in the family room.
    • Get kids moving.

    10. Health Advice All Parents Should Follow

    • Get your kids vaccinated.
    • Protect that smile.
    • Be vigilant about safety.
    • Listen to the doctor
    • Keep sunblock next to your kid’s toothpaste. 
    • Put your baby to bed drowsy but still awake.
    • Know when to toilet train.

    11. Always Say “I Love You”

    • Love your children equally, but treat them uniquely.
    • Say “I love you” whenever you feel it.

    Some more daily life basic tips

    • Do Physical Activities Together.
    • Turn off the Television

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    It is the act or occupation of writing text for the purpose of advertising or other forms of marketing .The product, called copy or sales copy, is written content that aims to increase brand awareness and ultimately persuade a person or group to take a particular action .

     

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    • by Annie May
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    • by Robert Leonard
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