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15 October 2019
We’ve all heard many myths about sleep. Here are some of the common myths we hear and the scientific explanations to show if they’re true or false.
We do so much to take care of our skin and beauty with creams and oils. But did you know that, when it comes to staying beautiful, sleep may be the simplest answer? That’s because your body repairs itself and recovers while you snooze and that leads to a long list of benefits for your looks.
09 October 2019
There are a considerable number of people that die each day, each month, each year, due to heart disease. In addition to the deaths, , there are an equal amount of people that suffer from such ailments. This is mainly due to the stress filled busy lives most people live nowadays. Most days, it seems that there is not enough time to even breathe! Sadly if is diffult to focus on nutrition with such a demanding lifestyle and we are dissuaded from eating a healthy, balanced diet. Just as in the case of all other non-communicable diseases, with heart disease too, it is critical that we follow basic dietary management to safeguard ourselves.
04 October 2019
Have you ever had the experience of feeling like you can’t move during a dream? Or, that you can’t speak even though you feel you are awake?
This can be a frightening experience for some and can be compounded as some people may also feel they are choking or even having some hallucinations. There’s good news…
The good news is that such experiences are not uncommon and it is scientifically proven that ‘sleep paralysis’ can happen whilst you are in the process of falling asleep or waking up.
27 September 2019
Decades ago, a television in the bedroom was considered an extravagance. Today, it’s commonplace and in addition, we also have a whole array of devices that grab our attention before we go to sleep. Laptops, smartphones, iPads or even a handheld video game.
18 September 2019
Parents can be restless and impatient when their children fall ill and turn to medicating them immediately, sometimes even without taking the time to seek a proper medical opinion. There are many problems that can occur when giving medication to children, so it is important to take great care. This article will discuss some of the many things to consider when your child is sick and procedures to follow when giving medicine to them.
Between 50% and 60% of deaths in Sri Lanka are caused by non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and out of these, 50% pass away even before they reach the age of 70 years. The average life expectancy of men in Sri Lanka is 72 years while for women it is 79 years. However, the truth is this average does not apply to all of us. It’s important to realize that our lifestyle habits in our younger yearshave a lasting impact on our health especially after we pass the age of 50.
13 September 2019
Getting the right amount of sleep is essential for keeping your body and brain functioning at peak capacity! Most of us tend to ignore this important aspect of our lifestyle due to demands at work and home.
The growth and survival of humans depend on the "nutrients" that are absorbed into our bodies from the food we consume daily.
01 August 2018
Money matters become more complicated as you leave your 20s and take on varied responsibilities.