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How Eating Nutritional Food Can Help Uplift Your Mood

A healthy gut is paramount to happiness. It is a proven fact that our digestive system not only helps in digesting food but also guides our emotions and is very closely linked with our mood. The link between our digestive system and our brain is known as the Gut-Brain Axis.

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Leaky Gut

In ancient times when medical practitioners didn't have much knowledge of the mechanism that leads to various diseases. They believed that some ailments could be found from imbalances in the stomach. This was called hypochondriasis or Leaky gut.

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Reversing Diabetes, the Holistic Way With Functional Medicine

About 422 million people worldwide have diabetes. (source: WHO) The predominance of diabetes has been steadily increasing for the past 3 decades, reflecting an increase in the prevalence of obesity and overweight people. In particular, the predominance of diabetes is growing most rapidly in low- and middle-income countries.

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Best of 5 Career Lessons for a School Student

As a student, we all have an aspiration… an aspiration to learn in life. One of the biggest decisions of our lives is about our careers. We aspire to have a great and fulfilling career. To achieve that, we have to learn from our situations and keep on working towards our goals.

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4 Easy Self Help Practices to Manage Social Anxiety

Maintain a Self Help Diary Maintaining a self help book or dairy is the very first step to effectively deal with social anxiety. In that dairy, regularly monitor your thoughts, feelings and behavior in every social situation where you encounter anxiety in day-to-day life. For example: you go to a friend’s birthday party, and end up feeling anxious there. Just sit back and reflect upon what were my thoughts at that moment in the party when I felt anxious, how did I feel, intensity of that emotion on a scale of 10,

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Depression in Elderly 5 Simple Life-Style Changes for a Better Life

Depression is widely known and is seen as a common mental illness among elderly age over 65 years, also sometimes seen as a normal part of ageing. The prevalence of depression in elderly population aged over 65 is highly affected as compared to other age groups. In order to bring positive changes in elderly, here are the five lifestyle changes which one can do in order to overcome depression.

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