28 December 2011

10 Vitamin will make your skin Glow Remove old age signs

The best defense against premature aging, wrinkles, fine lines and discoloration is vitamins supply that helps to protect your skin from of sun exposure, pollution and other harmful effects.

Best Vitamins For Your Skin

Many skin care products are filled with healthy antioxidants and other nutrients to keep your skin look younger, but they are not enough as our skin needs variety of vitamins from the inside.What are the most powerful vitamins for a younger, healthy skin? see the full post after the break…

Vitamin C

Best Vitamins For Your Skin

Vitamin C plays a vital role in production of collagen, the basic protein in connective tissue. And it is known that decrease in collagen supply may lead to skin ageing, dry and rough skin. The best sources of vitamin C are fruits and berries, such as pineapples, oranges, strawberries, blueberries, as well as vegetables such as peppers, cabbage and others.

Vitamin E

Best Vitamins For Your Skin

Vitamin E is another antioxidant that reduces the damage caused by free radicals They increase natural defense of your skin and prevent the damage. Vitamin E is found in nuts, sunflower oil, wholegrain products, eggs and many natural oils.

Vitamin A

Best Vitamins For Your Skin

Vitamin A helps to repair your skin from damage caused by various factors, preventing the effect of free radicals, and keeping your skin moisturized. Keep in mind that vitamin A is fat-soluble and you should be careful not to overdose it since it can have toxic effect. The best way to avoid vitamin A toxicity is by consuming variety of healthy foods, such as carrots, pumpkin, green leafy vegetables, apricots, cantaloupe, liver and eggs.

B vitamins

Best Vitamins For Your Skin

The B vitamins are essential for cell functions, preventing premature ageing of the skin, dry and itchy skin. It is important to ensure the appropriate supply of B vitamins, eating a well-balanced diet that includes eggs, fortified grains, milk, chicken,


Best Vitamins For Your Skin

Zinc is an important antioxidant that effectively protects your skin from free radicals damage. The lack of zinc may result in various skin problems, such as acne, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and others. To ensure the right zinc intake for healthy skin, eat whole grains, red meat, seeds, oysters, some beans and peas.


Best Vitamins For Your Skin

Selenium benefits your skin and hair, contributing to cell growth and preventing skin cancer. This antioxidant can be found in Brazil nuts, turkey, cod, wheat flour, rice, chicken and tuna.

Omega-3 fatty acids

Best Vitamins For Your Skin

Omega-3 fatty acids are important for younger, healthier skin. They strengthen cell membranes, providing more nutrients for your skin and protecting it from harmful things. Omega-3s also make your skin look softer, moister and prevent wrinkles. The good sources of Omaega-3 fatty acids are canola oil, flax seeds, salmon and walnuts.

15 December 2011

5 ways to Stop your HAIR LOSS

 Now a Days people have so many options to replace bald head look with hair .
So many different transplantation has come up to look fashionable. 
But we are forgetting some basic elementary principles to grow hair naturally by this following ways..

Recipe No.1:

Yogasanas for hair loss:
1)Sarvangasanam : The whole body will be relaxed and blood circulation to the head will be more will gives hair ample strength to grow.

2) Matsyasana : The Sanskrit word matsya means fish, therefore this is the fish posture. Matsya (depicted to the left) is a divine being, found in Hindu mythology, that saved mankind from a universal flood.

Recipe No.2:

Take Jaaji leaves (sanna jaaji or vira jaaji) and flowers equally and add cow’s urine (naatu aavu mootram). Grind to paste and apply to hair in layers. Apply with the feeling that my hair will regrow. Wait for one hour before bath.
People with Kapha prakruti should take bath in the afternoon.
Perform the above at least once in a week.

Recipe No.3:

Hairfall due to paenu korukudu: (Lies biting )
Drumsticks (nela munakkayalu), Nela vamkayalu and nela tomato roots in equal proportion. Make paste out of three varieties of roots and apply to scalp. If dry, fruits of above are available in the market. Make powder and mix with water to make paste before applying to scalp.

Recipe No.4:
Sugandha hair oil for hair fall and loss of hair in patches:
Raddish juice : 100 gm
Gunta galagara aaku juice: 100 gm
Onion juice : 100 gm
Podina juice : 100 gm
Palleru juice : 100 gm
Sesame oil (Nuvvula noone) : 500 gm
Mix all the above and buil till the juice evaporates and oil remains. Store in glass bottle.
Every day in the night apply warm oil and rub oil where patches are lost with the thoughts that my hair is regrowing in that part.

Recipe No.5:
Kesa soundarya tailamu:
Good quality coconut oil : 1 lt
Usiri rasamu (goose berry juice) : 1 lt
Guntagalagara aaku : 1 lt. (juice extracted without mixing water)
Aakupatri (Biryani aaku) : 50 gm
Paste of Tungagaddalu : 50 gm + Vattivellu 50 gm + Gandh kachchuralu : 50 gm + Maruvam/davanam : 50 gm (Make paste by adding water or milk)
Soak all the above constituents for 24 hours and boil on SIM flame till oil remains. Filter and store in a bottle. Apply to hair atleast thrice in a week.
Ample Hair growth in bunches.

- Source By Ayurvedic Doctor Elchurigaru - Watch him daily by 6 'o (AM) IST Clock in Zee Telugu channel.

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14 December 2011

5 Recipes Blood Purification home Remedies

 Blood is the most essential fluid which will flows from top to the bottom of our body. 
 Blood will be purified by the Heart. If we can follow some small instructions as below, so that we can get rid off blood ailments and strengthen our heart. 

Blood is a specialized bodily fluid in animals that delivers necessary substances such as nutrients and oxygen to the cells and transports metabolic waste products away from those same cells.

So I think you will certainly follow these instructions...
Recipe No.1:

Soak 10 kissmiss (Dried Grapes) (yendu draksha),
 2 Anjur (FIGS -dried fruit) and
2 dry kharjur (DATES) in a glass of water overnight.

In the morning separate water from the constitutents. Eat the constituents by chewing slowly.
Drink the separated water also. Give one hour gap for breakfast/food.
Blood gets purified, stains on the body vanish, sores will heal, dark circles below eyes will vanish, blood quantity also increases.

Recipe No.2:

Cow Ghee (Naatu aavu neyyi ): 100 gm.

Heat the ghee in a vessel and add exactly 100 number pepper. after entire ghee boils, separate pepper and store ghee. Use ghee along with daily food.
Blood purifies, becomes red, skin beauty increases, dead cells of blood will be removed.

Recipe No.3:

2 fresh Saraswati leaves.
1/2 spoon honey
1/2 spoon cow’s ghee
Mix all the three and take 2 times morning and evening.
Blood purifies, liver and spleen strengthens, brain power drastically improves, all parts ofbody rejunavate.

Recipe No.4:

Bhavanchalu (dry and make powder) : 50 gm
Dry usirika powder : 50 gm
Dry Taanikaya powder : 50 gm
Mix all the three powders and store in a bottle. Add 1/2 sp. powder to 1/2 cup water and drink in the night before sleep.
Blood purifies, energy of body increases.

Recipe No.5:

Goat’s milk : 1 cup in warm condition
Add one spoon honey and drink early in the morning. Do not eat till one hour.
Blood purifies and skin diseases are eliminated.

NOTE: As all these recipes have no chemical combinations all are biologically .
No Side effects. Follows these recipes life long, to get your blood purification is so simple and cost effective.

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5 Ways to Burn Belly Fat in 5 Days

Instructions for losing Belly Fat

1. Avoid drinking beer. This is a super easy way to gain stomach fat. As I'm sure plenty are aware of, "the beer gut". Beer is an easy way to just gain weight in general. If you're going to lose stomach fat, you must avoid drinking a lot of beer, if any at all.

2. Join in a sports club. Especially for younger people. Sports is one of the easiest ways to get into shape. There's a lot of recreation leagues for grownups. Sports like basketball are a the perfect way to definitely shed stomach fat.

3. Start running or jogging. Great way to lose stomach fat is being active. Running is an excellent way to shed belly fat off. Staying active and not sitting around is an important key. Stomach is one of the first plays you add fat.

4. Eat properly. Stop eating junk food and start eating foods that are healthy for. Like fruits and vegetables. Eat lean meats, and not so much food high in carbs. Also, do not eat before bed. That's a big no-no, eating then going to sleep. Great way to put on more weight. I was eating just cereal before bed and was gaining more fat. An apple probably won't kill you. Milk has fat calories, so that's not very good.

5. Drinking 8 glasses of cold water. Water flushes out toxin. It also increases your metabolism, so start drinking water! If you're going to lose weight, it's going to be hard doing so without drinking tons of water daily. 8 glasses at least everyday. Water in tea, or coffee does not count.

Practically proved so you can follow these steps..

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13 November 2011

How to Limit your PASSIONS

“It all depends on whether you have things, or they have you.” ~Robert A. Cook

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Barrie Davenport of Live Bold and Bloom.

Simplicity. It is a lovely ancient spiritual tradition that has seen a recent resurgence in popularity. As we try to make sense of our erratic economy and the accompanying financial anxiety, it is natural to leap to a less risky lifestyle extreme — stop spending, scale back, live lean.

If you are a regular reader of Zen Habits, you are probably intrigued by the idea of simplifying. In fact, you may have even given up many material things and actively live a very simple life. People who have adopted this level of simplicity, especially in the land of consumerism, are incredibly inspiring and fascinating.

But let’s be real here. In spite of embracing the concept of simplicity, most people really love their stuff, and they love acquiring more stuff. Like our attitudes about a healthy diet, our feelings about material things are complicated. We know what’s good for us, but we just don’t want to give up what we like. Our stuff makes us feel good.

Is it possible to live a simple life and still love stuff? How much letting go of stuff really counts toward simplifying anyway?

Living simply and detaching from material things will make you happier. There is real research and lots of anecdotal evidence to support the truth of this. But is it possible that some material things can add to our happiness, sense of contentment and joy in life? If so, how do you go about deciding what’s good stuff and what’s bad?

Perhaps the deciding factor is motivation. Do the things that you own or wish to buy support your ego, or do they enliven your soul? Some material things can afford you a sense of warmth, coziness, beauty, fond memories, or comfort. There are other things that offer only that fleeting rush of acquisition.

If you infuse mindfulness into your ideas and actions around material things, you can create a gentle balance between loving stuff and living simply.

Here are some thoughts that might be useful.

1. Look around your house now.

Walk from room to room. Do you see things that you never use and don’t really care about? Why not give them away or sell them? Clear physical and psychic space by removing the “dead wood” in your environment. Someone else might really need these things.

2. Examine why you are hanging on to something.

Is it truly useful or meaningful, or does it feed your ego in some way? Are you holding on to it just to impress others or to make yourself feel better or more important?

3. Look at how you spend your time.

Do you have things you own for hobbies that you never pursue? Do you have a kitchen full of gadgets but you rarely cook? If you truly think you will come back to a hobby or activity, box things up and put them out of sight until you do. Be realistic about how much time you have to use your extraneous stuff.

4. Are you in a career that is thing-focused?

Decorators, car dealers, retailers and others involved in creating, buying, selling and marketing merchandise, can have a hard time detaching from material things because they are always surrounded by the newest and best. There is beauty and art in many things, but consider this: you don’t have to own them all to appreciate them. Eckhart Tolle once suggested to Oprah Winfrey that she not buy everything she likes or wants — just savor it for the moment in the store.

5. Consider experiences rather than things.

On the whole, experiential purchases provide far more pleasure than material purchases. The memory of experiences improves with time, but material purchases are harder to think about abstractly. Experiences also encourage social relationships which provide long-lasting happiness. If you are itching to spend, spend on a great experience with someone you enjoy.

6. When you think about your things or want to purchase something new, consider these parameters:
•It brings beauty into your life and stirs your soul.
•It supports a passion or hobby.
•It helps bring family and friends together in a creative, meaningful way.
•It educates and enlightens.
•It makes life profoundly simpler so that you can pursue more meaningful things.
•It helps someone who is sick or incapacitated.
•It is useful and necessary for day-to-day life.
•It’s part of a meaningful tradition or a reminder of a special event.

7. You will know you are buying mindlessly if you:
•Buy on a whim.
•Buy to impress others.
•Buy because you feel you deserve it.
•Buy when you can’t afford it.
•Buy just to update something that still works or looks fine.
•Buy because someone else has it and you want it too.
•Buy because the advertisement seduced you.
•Buy because you are bored.
•It’s purchased because buying soothes you.

It is possible to balance a simpler life with owning and acquiring material things. You can enjoy stuff without living the life of an aesthetic. The exact balance you create is a matter of personal preference. But realize there is a diminishing point of return with accumulation and materialism that undermines authentic joy and fulfillment in life.

Apply mindful purging to your current lifestyle and belongings, as well as thoughtful consideration to your future purchases. Carefully examine your motivations for keeping possessions or buying new things. Once you allow things to serve your soul, rather than you being a slave to your things, your life will evolve into an artful harmony between what you have and who you are.

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12 November 2011

Record your inspiration

Sometimes a pen and paper aren't at hand and that important idea gets lost in the million-and-one things that need doing in a day. Try carrying with you a mini dictaphone or tape recorder to record ideas, meetings and inspiration at any time of the day.

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05 November 2011

Diet Chart for Loosing Weight

Contents and information on your diet chart

Making your own diet chart for weight reduction is simple and it would be different from others since we all have our unique dietary requirements. There are several elements that your diet chart should have, but you can start by drawing a small food pyramid on a piece of paper. Add sections to your food pyramid for the following headings: "meat, fish, eggs and poultry", "vegetables", "fruits", "breads, cereals and rice", "dairy products- cheese, milk, yogurt", and so on. These food headings should be the foods that you are likely to eat or would eat during your weight loss program.

Write the nutrients from each of the food items listed on your chart. Write how much calories are burned by eating those foods. Include in the number of servings that you can have, serving size, fat content and foods that can enhance your cholesterol levels, improve your metabolism and energy, and so on.

With weight loss comes a huge amount of discipline for eating the right foods, avoiding the wrong foods and doing the right exercise. It is typical for weight loss diets to include fiber, vitamins, proteins and other essential nutrients to help your body shed off the pounds and build leaner muscles.

Include in your chart the goals you are capable of fulfilling and make sure that you stick with only the realistic ones.

* Some tips and guidelines:

- It is recommended for people who are trying to reduce their weights to eat 4 to 6 small meals and snacks per day to help control hunger and for the body to meet its nutritional requirements.

- Start out simple by keeping an eye on your calorie intake. You can ask your physician regarding calories and how much you should take per day.

- Your meals should be planned in advance to keep away from junk foods. And make sure that you have fresh and low fat foods in your pantry.

- Avoid foods that are high in calories, sugar and fat. You can make a wise choice by listing down the foods that your physician and/or nutritionist will recommend.

- Add variety to your healthy diet by always having fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish and lean meats. It's also best that you will learn how to prepare them.

If you need a single resource that can provide you with complete information about the right diet plan and weight reduction program that will suit you best, it's advisable that your check out Mike Geary's The Truth About Abs. This is an e-book that is recommended for people who want to reduce weight and improve their abdominal muscles. The author included various meal suggestions and diet plans which can help enhance weight loss. The Truth About Abs e-book advocates multi-joint exercises and abdominal muscle exercises. To find out how this e-book can benefit you, go to the Truth About Abs website.

When you order a 21 or 40 day kit, the Diet Manual contains another 17 hCG Diet Recipes for main dishes, drinks, marinades and desserts in the manual when you order the 21 or 40 day kits.

Green Onion Soup

Green onions (allowed amount)
2 c vegetable broth
1-2 t liquid aminos
1 t parsley
1 t zsweet
1/2 t paprika
1/2 t salt
1/2 t dill
1/2 t thyme
1/8 t cayenne or red pepper flakes
1/8 t celery seed

Briefly steam the green onions until tender.
Preheat saucepan over MED heat.
Chop steamed green onions.
In a saucepan, saute the green onions in a bit of vegetable broth for a couple of minutes, then add the parsley, zsweet, paprika, salt, dill, thyme, celery seed, and cayenne. Saute 1-2 mins more.
Add remaining vegetable broth, reduce heat, cover and simmer 20-30 mins.

Lemon Pepper Fish

100g whitefish
juice of half lemon
1-3 cloves minced garlic
1/2 t black pepper
1/4 t salt
1/4 t cumin powder
1/8 t turmeric

Place fish in small bowl. Add garlic, black pepper, salt, cumin, and turmeric. Ensure to coat both sides.
Cover & marinate at least 1 hour in refrigerator.
Preheat oven to 400.
Place the fish in a non-stick baking dish, & cover with the marinade.
Bake 10-20 minutes depending on thickness, until fish easily flakes.
Squeeze with lemon juice.

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25 October 2011

Money is a good servant to all

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To attract abundance, see money as a flow of energy, not as a static quantity. See life as a flow also, not as a fixed pattern. Think of life as a glass, and of abundance as a flow of water. Water can fill the glass only in liquid form, not as a block of ice.

Money is a good servant but a poor master. People who work solely for money seldom go far. When your outgoings exceed your income, your upkeep is your downfall.

Your banker will lend you money if you can prove you don't need it. Fools and their money are welcome anywhere. Fools and their money are soon parted.

That money talks i will agree- it always says goodbye to me.

Winners and losers

Remember these sage words: 'A Loser sees a problem in every answer . A winner sees an answer in every problem', . Be a winner.

Fragrant Feet - Best Tip

For pleasant -smelling feet shake a few drops of essential oil of rosemary and pepperment into the soles of your shoes every day.

Take Time To Trip - Tame your Thoughts

We spend days planning a holiday but often waste our precious weekends through a complete lack of thought. Take the time to plan your weekends, keep an updated list of people to catch up with or movies to see or places to visit so that you're never short of ideas.

A tip for heart health

Monounsaturated fats reduce blood cholesterol and hence the potential for heart disease. These ' good' fats are found in salamon oil, linseed oil, cold-pressed oil, canola oil and olive oil. For good heart health, avoid heating these oils as their value is lost in the heating process.

16 September 2011

10 Ways to Avoid Cancer Through Exercises

The American Cancer Society recommends exercising 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week for cancer prevention. If you cringe at the word "exercise" check out these fun ways for fitness. You will have so much fun, you won't even consider it to be working out!

1. Walking

Walking has many health benefits, such as cancer and other disease prevention. Instead of using the treadmill, walk outdoors. If you can find a safe sidewalk, or park, you can walk! Bring headphones and listen to music, or even an audiobook.

Make it a family event! Exercise is important for children, too! Plus, if kids are involved, they won't ever let you forget when it time to take a walk!

2. Yoga

If you have never done Yoga before, why not start a beginners' class? Yoga is a great physical activity and is a great stress reliever. Don't worry if you are not flexible; you will work your way up each class. Bringing a friend to class with you makes it easier and less intimidating. Once you learn the basic, you can do the exercises at home in your free time.

3. Dancing

Dancing can be the most fun way to meet fitness goals. You can dance in the privacy of your living room, or go to a club. If you have two left feet, try a dance class! Learn salsa, ballroom dancing or even the meringue! There are so many types of dance to learn, you can't go wrong.

4. Rollerblading

Rollerblading just isn't for the kids! Make sure you have the proper protective gear like a helmet, knee and elbow pads, and have a go at rollerblading! It is very cardiovascular and works out all muscle of the body. Don't worry if you don't get it at first, practice makes perfect!

5. Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art that promotes health through slow moving exercises and breathing techniques. It is also meditative. Classes can be taught in a group setting or in private classes. Many seniors practice tai chi for it's health benefits.

6. Join A Team Sport

Joining a team sport like softball, volleyball, and soccer can be tons of fun! Organized sports are sometimes offered through the workplace and recreation centers. If your workplace doesn't have one, why not organize a sport? You'll meet new people and engage in healthy competition.

7. Swimming

Swimming is an excellent form of exercise! You workout out all muscles of the body, and it can be very cardiovascular. Many gyms or YMCA's offer open swim sessions. If you don't know how to swim, lessons are available for adults. You can also try water aerobics.

8. Hiking

If you love the outdoors, hiking is for you! The scenery alone makes hiking worthwhile. Set a goal for yourself like distance or the amount of time you hike during each session. Not only are you challenging yourself, you are getting one of the best ways to get in shape!

9. Cycling

You can cycle at home while watching TV on a stationary bike or hit the outdoors with a traditional bicycle. Stationary bikes are preferred by most adults because it is convenient. You can also control the resistance and simulate biking uphill or downhill. Whether you bike in the home or outdoors, you are easily meeting the 30 minutes/5 days a week goal.

10. Dodgeball

Do you remember playing dodgeball in high school gym class? Dodgeball is back! Gyms and rec centers across the country are catching onto the new trend by offering classes and organized teams. It is also the ultimate stress reliever! Think back to when playing in school, how good it felt to get someone "out". Yes, its definitely a stress reliever!

10 Tips to prevent Breast Cancer -Health

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, aside from lung cancer. 1 in every 8 women are estimated to develop breast cancer in their lifetime. While there are certain risk factors like genetics we cannot change, there are many lifestyle changes we can make to aid in breast cancer prevention.

1. Pass on that last call for alcohol.

Studies have determined that women who drink alcoholic beverages develop cancer at a higher rate. How much is too much? Based on studies, ladies who consume 2 to 5 drinks daily have about 1½ times the risk of women who don't consume alcohol.

2. Quitters DO prosper - when it comes to smoking.

Although there has not been a direct link between smoking and breast cancer, studies suggest that smoking at an early age can increase a woman's risk. Not only can it be a risk for breast cancer, smoking is a definite risk factor for lung cancer. Need help quitting? Click on over to our http://Quitsmoking.about.com , where you will find everything you need to know to kick the habit.

3. Get physical.

Physical activity may reduce your risk of breast cancer. Studies by the Women's Health Initiative found that women who walked briskly 1.25 to 2.5 hours per week reduced a woman's breast cancer risk by 18%. Exercise doesn't always mean traditional gym exercises either. Check out the Top 10 Ways to Prevent Cancer Through Exercise for fun ideas.

4. Be aware of your family breast cancer history.

Having a family or personal history of breast cancer may increase your risk. If an immediate woman in your family has had breast cancer, it is important to let your doctor know. Studies have shown that breast cancer can be genetic. Genetic testing and counseling is available for those concerned with their risk. Keep in mind, that just because your mother or sister had breast cancer, it does not mean you will definitely develop breast cancer.

5. Avoid hormone replacement therapy if possible.

Studies have shown a link between long time hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer. This link suggests that combined HRT's (estrogen and progesterone) raise the risk factor. Five years after discontinuing HRT's the risk factor drops. HRT's also make mammograms less effective. If you need to take hormone replacement therapy, talk to your doctor about the risk and your personal condition.

6. Check your breasts every month.

Checking your breasts every month may not reduce your risk of developing breast cancer, but it may help detect breast cancer early. The earlier breast cancer is found, the less aggressive the treatment. Take a look at "How To Perform a Self Breast Exam" to learn how to do an exam, or to see if you are doing it correctly.

7. Try to keep a low fat diet.

A diet low in fat not only decreases the risk of obesity, it can reduce your risk of breast cancer. We know that estrogen plays a majot role in the development of breast cacner. Fat tissue contains small amounts of estrogen and may increase your risk. There have been conflicting studies about fat intake and breast cancer risk, however all studies have consluded that obesity plays a big part in breast cancer development.

8. Don't forget to get a mammogram - it's not a choice.

Like the breast self exam, a mammogram won't prevent the development of breast cancer, but it can detect cancer. Sometimes it can be difficult to feel a lump in the breast, and a mammogram is likely to detect any lumps that cannot be felt.

9. Have children earlier in life, if possible

Having no children or having your first child in your mid-thirties or later increases the risk.

10. Consider breastfeeding instead of formula feeding.

Researchers believe that the months without a period during pregnancy and breast feeding may reduce a woman's risk of breast cancer. This accompanies the data that suggests that early menopause lowers the risk factor, as well.

07 September 2011

Resolove Conflits in Between Boy and Girl in LOVE

If you view conflict as something that shouldn't happen, something that harms relationships, it becomes negative. And then you avoid it and hope it will go away. But if you see conflict as a fact of life, an opportunity to strengthen relationships, you have a way of resolving conflict by turning it into something creative.

Try these "10 Ways to Resolve Conflict."

Agree on a mutually acceptable time and place to discuss the conflict.

State the problem as you see it and list your concerns.
Make "I" statements.
Withhold judgments, accusations, and absolute statements ("always" or "never").

  • Let the other person have his/her say.
  • Do not interrupt or contradict.
  • Do not allow name-calling, put-downs, threats, obscenities, yelling, or intimidating behavior.

Listen and ask questions.
Ask fact-based questions (who? what? where? when? how?) to make sure you understand the situation.
Ask exploratory questions (what if? what are you saying? is this the only solution to our problem? what if we did such and such? are there other alternatives to this situation?).
Avoid accusatory "why" questions (why are you like that?).
Use your own words to restate what you think the other person means and wants.
Acknowledge the person's feelings and perceptions.

Stick to one conflict at a time — to the issue at hand.
Do not change the subject or allow it to be changed.
"I understand your concern, but I'd like to finish what we're talking about before we discuss it."

Seek common ground.
What do you agree on?
What are your shared concerns?

Brainstorm solutions to the conflict that allow everyone to win.

Request behavior changes only.
Don't ask others to change their attitudes.
Don't ask them to "feel" differently about something.
Don't ask them to "be" different.
If you want them to "stop doing" something, suggest an alternative action.

Agree to the best way to resolve the conflict and to a timetable for implementing it.
Who will do what by when?

If the discussion breaks down, reschedule another time to meet. Consider bringing in a third party.

29 August 2011

20 Amazing Scientific Facts useful for competetive exams

This list explores a variety of fascinating scientific facts that you probably are unaware of. Science is still a very mysterious subject so there are millions of trivial facts about it. This will be the first of many scientific fact lists in the future.

1. There are 62,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body. Laid end to end they would circle the earth 2.5 times.
2. At over 2000 kilometers long The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living structure on Earth.
3. The risk of being struck by a falling meteorite for a human is one occurrence every 9,300 years.
4. A thimbleful of a neutron star would weigh over 100 million tons.
5. A typical hurricane produces the energy equivalent to 8,000 one megaton bombs.
6. Blood sucking hookworms inhabit 700 million people worldwide.
7. The highest speed ever achieved on a bicycle is 166.94 mph by Fred Rompelberg.
8. We can produce laser light a million times brighter than sunshine.
9. 65% of those with autism are left handed.
10. The combined length of the roots of a Finnish pine tree is over 30 miles.
11. The oceans contain enough salt to cover all the continents to a depth of nearly 500 feet.
12. The interstellar gas cloud Sagittarius B contains billion liters of alcohol.

13. Polar Bears can run at 25 miles an hour and jump over 6 feet in the air.
14. 60-65 million years ago dolphins and humans shared a common ancestor.
15. Polar Bears are nearly undetectable by infrared cameras, due to their transparent fur.
16. The average person accidentally eats 430 bugs each year of their life.
17. A single rye plant can spread up to 400 miles of roots underground.
18. The temperature on the surface of Mercury exceeds 430 degrees C during the day, and, at night, plummets to minus 180 degrees centigrade.
19. The evaporation from a large oak or beech tree is from ten to twenty-five gallons in twenty-four hours.
20. Butterflies taste with their hind feet and their taste sensation works on touch – this allows them to determine whether a leaf is edible.

28 August 2011

125 List of phobias - Human Fears

In many cases specialists prefer to avoid the suffix -phobia and use more descriptive terms, see, e.g., personality disorders, anxiety disorders, avoidant personality disorder, love-shyness.

  • Ablutophobia – fear of bathing, washing, or cleaning.
  • Acrophobia, – fear of heights.
  • Agoraphobia, Agoraphobia Without History of Panic Disorder – fear of places or events where escape is impossible or when help is unavailable.
  • Acousticophobia - fear of sound and voice.
  • Agraphobia – fear of sexual abuse.
  • Aichmophobia – fear of sharp or pointed objects (such as a needle or knife).
  • Agyrophobia – fear of crossing roads.
  • Androphobia – fear of men.
  • Anthropophobia – fear of people or being in a company, a form of social phobia.
  • Anthophobia – fear of flowers.
  • Aquaphobia – fear of water. Distinct from Hydrophobia, a scientific property that makes chemicals averse to interaction with water, as well as an archaic name for rabies.
  • Arachnophobia – fear of spiders.
  • Aviophobia - fear of planes or flying
  • Astraphobia- fear of thunder and lightning.
  • Atychiphobia – fear of failure
  • Autophobia – fear of loneliness
  • Aviophobia, Aviatophobia – fear of flying.
  • Bacillophobia - fear of microbes
  • Bacteriophobia - fear of bacteria
  • Balenephobia - fear of pins and needles.
  • Ballistophobia - fear of missiles or bullets.
  • Barophobia - fear of gravity.
  • Basiphobia - Inability to stand. Fear of walking or falling.
  • Bathophobia - Fear of depth.
  • Batonophobia - Fear of plants.
  • Batophobia - Fear of heights or being close to high buildings.
  • Bibliophobia - Fear of books.
  • Blennophobia - Fear of slime.
  • Blood-injection-injury type phobia – a DSM-IV subtype of specific phobias.
  • Bogyphobia - Fear of bogies or the bogeyman.
  • Bromidrophobia or Bromidrosiphobia - Fear of body smells.
  • Brontophobia or Ceraunophobia - Fear of thunder and lightning.
  • Bufonophobia - Fear of toads.
  • Cacophobia - Fear of ugliness.
  • Cainophobia or Cainotophobia - Fear of newness, novelty.
  • Caligynephobia - Fear of beautiful women.
  • Cancerophobia or Carcinophobia - Fear of cancer.
  • Cardiophobia - Fear of the heart.
  • Carnophobia - Fear of meat.
  • Catagelophobia - Fear of being ridiculed or being embarrassed.
  • Catapedaphobia - Fear of jumping from high and low places.
  • Cathisophobia - Fear of sitting.
  • Catoptrophobia - Fear of mirrors.
  • Cenophobia or Centophobia - Fear of new things or ideas.
  • Chaetophobia - Fear of hair.
  • Cheimaphobia or Cheimatophobia - Fear of cold
  • Chemophobia - Fear of chemicals or working with chemicals.
  • Cherophobia - Fear of gaiety.
  • Chiroptophobia - fear of bats.
  • Cibophobia, Sitophobia – aversion to food, synonymous to Anorexia nervosa.
  • Claustrophobia – fear of having no escape and being closed in.
  • Coulrophobia – fear of clowns (not restricted to evil clowns).
  • Decidophobia – fear of making decisions.
  • Dentophobia, Odontophobia – fear of dentists and dental procedures
  • Disposophobia, better known as "compulsive hoarding" – the fear of getting rid of or losing things.
  • Dysmorphophobia, or body dysmorphic disorder – a phobic obsession with a real or imaginary body defect.
  • Ebulliophobia - fear of bubbles.
  • Emetophobia – fear of vomiting.
  • Ergasiophobia, Ergophobia – fear of work or functioning, or a surgeon's fear of operating.
  • Ergophobia – fear of work or functioning.
  • Erotophobia – fear of sexual love or sexual questions.
  • Erythrophobia – pathological blushing.
  • Friggatriskaidekaphobia - fear of Friday the 13th.
  • Gelotophobia – fear of being laughed at.
  • Gephyrophobia – fear of bridges.
  • Genophobia, Coitophobia – fear of sexual intercourse.
  • Gerascophobia – fear of growing old or aging.
  • Gerontophobia – fear of growing old, or a hatred or fear of the elderly
  • Glossophobia – fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak.
  • Gurgephobia - Fear of the abyss, particular the ocean floor or outer space.
  • Gymnophobia – fear of nudity.
  • Gynophobia – fear of women.
  • Halitophobia - fear of bad breath.
  • Haptephobia – fear of being touched.
  • Heliophobia – fear of sunlight.
  • Hemophobia, Haemophobia – fear of blood.
  • Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia – fear of the number 666.
  • Homophobia - fear/hatred of homosexuals
  • Hoplophobia – fear of weapons, specifically firearms (Generally a political term but the clinical phobia is also documented).
  • Hydrophobia - fear of Rabies (Hydrophobia).
  • Hylophobia - fear of trees, forests or wood.
  • Ligyrophobia – fear of loud noises.
  • Lipophobia – fear/avoidance of fats in food.
  • Medication phobia – fear of medications.
  • Mysophobia – fear of germs, contamination or dirt.
  • Necrophobia – fear of death and/or the dead.
  • Negrophobia - fear of black people.
  • Neophobia, Cainophobia, Cainotophobia, Cenophobia, Centophobia, Kainolophobia, Kainophobia – fear of newness, novelty.
  • Nomophobia – fear of being out of mobile phone contact.
  • Nosophobia – fear of contracting a disease.
  • Nosocomephobia – fear of hospitals.
  • Nyctophobia, Achluophobia, Lygophobia, Scotophobia – fear of darkness.
  • Oikophobia – fear of home surroundings and household appliances.
  • Osmophobia, Olfactophobia – fear of smells.
  • Ordacleaphobia The fear of imperfection
  • Paraskavedekatriaphobia, Paraskevidekatriaphobia, Friggatriskaidekaphobia – fear of Friday the 13th.
  • Panphobia – fear of everything or constant fear of an unknown cause.
  • Pediophobia - Fear of dolls
  • Phagophobia – fear of swallowing.
  • Pharmacophobia – same as medication phobia.
  • Philophobia - fear of love
  • Phobophobia – fear of having a phobia.
  • Phonophobia – fear of loud sounds.
  • Porphyrophobia - fear of the color purple.
  • Pyrophobia – fear of fire.
  • Radiophobia – fear of radioactivity or X-rays.
  • Sociophobia – fear of people or social situations.
  • Scolionophobia - fear of school
  • Scopophobia – fear of being looked at or stared at.
  • Somniphobia – fear of sleep.
  • Spectrophobia – fear of ghost and phantoms.
  • Taphophobia – fear of the grave, or fear of being placed in a grave while still alive.
  • Technophobia – fear of technology (see also Luddite).
  • Telephone phobia – fear or reluctance of making or taking phone calls.
  • Tetraphobia – fear of the number 4.
  • Thanatophobia – fear of death.
  • Tokophobia – fear of childbirth.
  • Traumatophobia – a synonym for injury phobia: fear of having an injury.
  • Triskaidekaphobia, Terdekaphobia – fear of the number 13.
  • Trypanophobia, Belonephobia, Enetophobia – fear of needles or injections.
  • Workplace phobia – fear of the workplace.
  • Xenophobia – fear of strangers, foreigners, or aliens.
  • Xylophobia, Hylophobia, Ylophobia - fear of trees, forests or wood.

21 August 2011

Know about Alcohol - Sip Slight

Wines are made from a variety of fruits, such as grapes,
peaches, plums or apricots. The most common wines are
produced from grapes. The soil in which the grapes are
grown and the weather conditions in the growing season
determine the quality and taste of the grapes which in
turn affects the taste and quality of wines. When ripe, the
grapes are crushed and fermented in large vats to produce

Beer is also made by the process of fermentation. A liquid
mix, called wort, is prepared by combining yeast and
malted cereal, such as corn, rye, wheat or barely.
Fermentation of this liquid mix produces alcohol and carbon
dioxide. The process of fermentation is stopped
before it is completed to limit the alcohol content. The
alcohol so produced is called beer. It contains 4 to 8 per
cent of alcohol.

Whisky is made by distilling the fermented juice of cereal
grains such as corn, rye or barley. Scotch whisky was originally
made in Scotland. The word "Scotch" has become
almost synonymous with whisky of good quality.
Rum is a distilled beverage made from fermented
molasses or sugarcane juice and is aged for at least three
years. Caramel is sometimes used for colouring.

Brandy is distilled from fermented fruit juices. Brandy is
usually aged in oak casks. The colour of brandy comes
either from the casks or from caramel that is added.

Gin is a distilled beverage. It is a combination of alcohol,
water and various flavours. Gin does not improve with
age, so it is not stored in wooden casks.

Liqueurs are made by adding sugar and flavouring such as
fruits, herbs or flowers to brandy or to a combination of
alcohol and water. Most liqueurs contain 20-65 per cent
alcohol. They are usually consumed in small quantities
after dinner.

18 August 2011

One Step to Make your Heart Better-

Dr.Devi Shetty,  Narayana Hrudayalaya
(Heart Specialist) Bangalore, INDIA

A chat with Dr.Devi Shetty, Narayana Hrudayalaya(Heart Specialist) Bangalore was arranged by WIPRO for its employees The transcript of the chat is given below. Useful for everyone.

Q: What are the thumb rules for a layman to take care of his heart?

1. Diet - Less of carbohydrate, more of protein, less oil
2. Exercise - Half an hour's walk, at least five days a week; avoid lifts and avoid sitting for a longtime
3. Quit smoking
4. Control weight
5. Control blood pressure and sugar

Q: Is eating non-veg food (fish) good for the heart?
Ans: No

Q: It's still a grave shock to hear that some apparently healthy person
gets a cardiac arrest. How do we understand it in perspective?

Ans: This is called silent attack; that is why we recommend everyone past the age of 30 to undergo routine health checkups.

Q: Are heart diseases hereditary?

Ans: Yes

Q: What are the ways in which the heart is stressed? What practices do you suggest to de-stress?

Ans: Change your attitude towards life. Do not look for perfection in everything in life.

Q: Is walking better than jogging or is more intensive exercise required to keep a healthy heart?

Ans: Walking is better than jogging since jogging leads to early fatigue and injury to joints

Q: You have done so much for the poor and needy. What has inspired you to do so?

Mother Theresa , who was my patient.

Q: Can people with low blood pressure suffer heart diseases?
Ans: Extremely rare.

Q: Does cholesterol accumulates right from an early age
(I'm currently only 22) or do you have to worry about it only after you are above 30 years of age?

Ans: Cholesterol accumulates
from childhood.
Q: How do irregular eating habits affect the heart ?
Ans: You tend to eat junk food when the habits are irregular and your body's enzyme release for digestion gets confused.

Q: How can I control cholesterol content without using medicines?

Ans: Control diet, walk and eat walnut.

Q: Which is the best and worst food for the heart?

Fruits and vegetables are the best and the worst is oil.
Q: Which oil is better - groundnut, sunflower, olive?
Ans: All oils are bad .

Q: What is the routine checkup one should go through? Is there any specific test?

Ans: Routine blood test to ensure sugar, cholesterol is ok. Check BP, Treadmill test after an echo.

Q: What are the first aid steps to be taken on a heart attack?

Ans: Help the person into a sleeping position , place an aspirin tablet under the tongue with a sorbitrate tablet if available, and rush him to a coronary care unit since the maximum casualty takes place within the first hour.

Q: How do you differentiate between pain caused by a heart attack and that caused due to gastric trouble?

Ans: Extremely difficult without ECG.

Q: What is the main cause of a steep increase in heart problems amongst youngsters? I see people of about 30-40 yrs of age having heart attacks and serious heart problems.

Ans: Increased awareness has increased incidents. Also, sedentary lifestyles, smoking, junk food, lack of exercise in a country where people are genetically three times more vulnerable for heart attacks than Europeans and Americans.

Q: Is it possible for a person to have BP outside the normal range of 120/80 and yet be perfectly healthy?

Ans: Yes.

Q: Marriages within close relatives can lead to heart problems for the child. Is it true?

Ans : Yes, co-sanguinity leads to congenital abnormalities and you may not have a software engineer as a child

Q: Many of us have an irregular daily routine and many a times we have to stay late nights in office. Does this affect our heart ? What precautions would you recommend?

Ans : When you are young, nature protects you against all these irregularities. However, as you grow older, respect the biological clock.

Q: Will taking anti-hypertensive drugs cause some other complications (short / long term)?

Ans : Yes, most drugs have some side effects. However, modern anti-hypertensive drugs are extremely safe.

Q: Will consuming more coffee/tea lead to heart attacks?

Ans : No.

Q: Are asthma patients more prone to heart disease?

Ans : No.

Q: How would you define junk food?

Ans : Fried food like Kentucky , McDonalds , samosas, and even masala dosas.

Q: You mentioned that Indians are three times more vulnerable. What is the reason for this, as Europeans and Americans also eat a lot of junk food?

Ans: Every race is vulnerable to some disease and unfortunately, Indians are vulnerable for the most expensive disease.

Q: Does consuming bananas help reduce hypertension?

Ans : No.

Q: Can a person help himself during a heart attack (Because we see a lot of forwarded emails on this)?

Ans : Yes. Lie down comfortably and put an aspirin tablet of any description under the tongue and ask someone to take you to the nearest coronary care unit without any delay and do not wait for the ambulance since most of the time, the ambulance does not turn up.

Q: Do, in any way, low white blood cells and low hemoglobin count lead to heart problems?

Ans : No. But it is ideal to have normal hemoglobin level to increase your exercise capacity.

Q: Sometimes, due to the hectic schedule we are not able to exercise. So, does walking while doing daily chores at home or climbing the stairs in the house, work as a substitute for exercise?

Ans : Certainly. Avoid sitting continuously for more than half an hour and even the act of getting out of the chair and going to another chair and sitting helps a lot.

Q: Is there a relation between heart problems and blood sugar?

Ans: Yes. A strong relationship since diabetics are more vulnerable to heart attacks than non-diabetics.

Qn: What are the things one needs to take care of after a heart operation?

Ans : Diet, exercise, drugs on time , Control cho lesterol, BP, weight.

Q: Are people working on night shifts more vulnerable to heart disease when compared to day shift workers?

Ans : No.

Q: What are the modern anti-hypertensive drugs?

Ans : There are hundreds of drugs and your doctor will chose the right combination for your problem, but my suggestion is to avoid the drugs and go for natural ways of controlling blood pressure by walk, diet to
reduce weight and changing attitudes towards lifestyles.

Q: Does dispirin or similar headache pills increase the risk of heart attacks?

Ans : No.

Q: Why is the rate of heart attacks more in men than in women?

Ans : Nature protects women till the age of 45. (Present Global census show that the Percentage of heart disease in women has increased than in men )

Qn: How can one keep the heart in a good condition?
Ans : Eat a healthy diet, avoid junk food, exercise everyday, do not smoke and, go for health checkup s if you are past the age of 30 ( once in six months recommended) ....

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16 August 2011

Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams - Randy_Pausch

On September 18, 2007, computer science professor Randy Pausch stepped in front of an audience of 400 people at Carnegie Mellon University to deliver a last lecture called “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams.” With slides of his CT scans beaming out to the audience, Randy told his audience about the cancer that is devouring his pancreas and that will claim his life in a matter of months. On the stage that day, Randy was youthful, energetic, handsome, often cheerfully, darkly funny. He seemed invincible. But this was a brief moment, as he himself acknowledged.

Randy’s lecture has become a phenomenon, as has the book he wrote based on the same principles, celebrating the dreams we all strive to make realities. Sadly, Randy lost his battle to pancreatic cancer on July 25th, 2008, but his legacy will continue to inspire us all, for generations to come.

This is amazing, he died of pancreatic cancer in 2008, but wrote a book ‘The last lecture” before then, one of the bestsellers in 2007. What a legacy to leave behind…
In a letter to his wife Jai and his children, Dylan, Logan , and Chloe, he wrote this beautiful "guide to a better life" for his wife and children to follow. May you be blessed by his insight.



1. Don't compare your life to others'. You have no idea what their journey is all about.
2. Don't have negative thoughts of things you cannot control. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment
3. Don't overdo; keep your limits
4. Don't take yourself so seriously; no one else does
5. Don't waste your precious energy on gossip
6. Dream more while you are awake
7. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need..
8. Forget issues of the past. Don't remind your partner of his/ her mistakes of the past. That will ruin your present happiness.
9. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. Don't hate others.
10. Make peace with your past so it won't spoil the present
11. No one is in charge of your happiness except you
12. Realize that life is a school and you are here to learn. Problems are simply part of the curriculum that appear and fade away like algebra class but the lessons you learn will last a lifetime.
13. Smile and laugh more
14. You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.


15. Call your family often
16. Each day give something good to others
17. Forgive everyone for everything
18. Spend time with people over the age of 70 & under the age of 6
19. Try to make at least three people smile each day
20. What other people think of you is none of your business
21. Your job will not take care of you when you are sick. Your family and friends will. Stay in touch.


22. Put GOD first in anything and everything that you think, say and do.
23. GOD heals everything
24. Do the right things
25. However good or bad a situation is, it will change
26. No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up
27. The best is yet to come
28. Get rid of anything that isn't useful, beautiful or joyful
29. When you awake alive in the morning, thank GOD for it
30. If you know GOD, you will always be happy. So, be happy.

While you practice all of the above, share this knowledge with the people you love, people you school with, people you play with, people you work with and people you live with.
Not onl y will it enrich YOUR life, but also that of those around you

13 August 2011

SiteMap - For The Sake of Us

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08 August 2011

Friend in a Need is Friend in a Deed

Just like a rose. So precious and rare .
Is the forever friendship the two of us share.
Planted with kindness it's warmed by the sun of caring ad sharing.
laughter and fun .
It's grounded in trust ad nurtured by love .
With a sprinkling of grace from god up above.Tears of sadness ad joy .
Like dew.
Renew this friendship i share with u.Add in the heart's garden.
We find the room 2 be ourselves, 2 grow ad bloom, a blessing of beauty unsurpassed,our friend's a flower that will always last.

-- Friendship Day Happy SMS ---------

"Met you as a stranger
Took you as a friend
Hope we meet in Heaven
where friendship never ends

Life is like math. Friends ko plus kro , dushman ko minus kro, khushion ko multiply kro, Gham ko divide kro, aur hamesha muskrao

• What makes a frindship special is the way each one remembers the other when they are apart. They miss the talks, the laughs n the time they spent together. Life changes, memories don't. I miss U.

GOD is so wise that he never created FRIENDS with pricetags, Because..... if He did, I can't afford a precious FRIEND like YOU!!!

24 July 2011

10 Steps to fight with Melasma

About melasma -
Melasma, or brown spots, is a common skin condition in which the skin pigment melanin is unevenly distributed in the skin. Melasma can affect anyone, although women with brownish-skin complexions are at higher risk.

Melasma can be cured with the home made medicine and some measures which keeps skin brighter and illuminating..

Causes : - Exposure to Sunlight.
lack of melanin or vitamin-D in skin
Excessive usage of Birth Control pills.
Hormone Replacement therapy.
and some Genetic by genes from the ancestors.

Step 1

Gently massage the affected areas with aloe vera gel. Aloe vera contains a potent substance called mucilaginous polysaccharide (MPS), which softens and lightens brown spots and other discolorations. Apply the aloe vera gel to the affected areas and massage in circular motions for 15 minutes and leave on overnight. Aloe vera gel can be purchased at any health-food store near you.

Step 2

Rub an oatmeal-and-milk mixture to the affected areas every day. Oatmeal is a natural skin-exfoliating substance, which can lighten skin discolorations such as melasma. Mix one cup of uncooked oats and a 1/2 cup of milk and massage directly on the affected areas. Leave the oat-and-milk mixture on your skin for about 30 minutes. Rinse it off with warm water and pat dry with a clean towel.

Step 3

Apply turmeric paste to the affected areas every day. Curcumin is the active ingredient of turmeric spice, which has antioxidant and skin-lightening properties. Mix five-to-six tablespoons of turmeric powder to 10 tablespoons of milk. Add one tablespoon of gram flour to thicken the mixture so it’ll be easier to apply to the skin. Gently massage the paste into the affected areas and leave on for about 30 minutes; rinse off and pat dry.

Step 4

Massage honey-and-almond paste to the affected skin every day. The proteins contained in honey and almonds have a skin-lightening effect on the skin. Add one cup of raw unsalted almonds into a blender with a 1/2 cup of honey. Blend the mixture until it turns into a paste. Gently rub the mixture onto the affected skin and leave on for about 30 minutes; rinse off and pat dry.

Step 5

Apply lemon juice on the affected skin every day. Lemons contain citric acid, which can naturally lighten hair and skin. Wash your hands and squeeze a fresh lemon on the affected areas; gently rub and leave on for 20 minutes. You can apply lemon juice prior to applying any of the remedies mentioned above.

Step 6

Take seeds of onion and make a paste of them with water and apply this paste on effected area and wash it after it dries.

Step 7

Extract juice from fresh tulasi leaves and mix camphor powder in it.
Apply this thick juice on effected area and wash it after it dries.

Step 8

Take 2 spoons of Triphala Churnam and add it to 300 ml of water.
Let it soak overnight. Next morning boil this water till you get 100 ml of brown color water mixed with triphala churnam.
Now filter the powder below and use this warm water to clean the effected area gently and later apply above pastes.
Food to eat : 1.Take 1 spoon triphala churnam with honey every night before sleep and every morning on empty stomach.

2. Make juice of beetroot+carrrot+cucumber+honey and have 2 glasses (500 ml) before breakfast (atleast 1 hour after taking triphala churnam as said above)

Food to avoid : Tamarind, spicy and masala food, garlic, brinjal, green chillies, curd or yogurt, buffallow milk (should use only cow milk), liquour, sugarcane, eggs, fish, chicken.
Also avoid exercise in heat, birth control pills and stay away from sexual activities till it is cured.

09 July 2011

Personality Development - Tips to Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is often characterized as a scientific, analytical way of thinking. It helps us form more knowledgeable opinions and make better decisions. That certainly seems like a beneficial skill to have, but how do you develop the ability to think critically?

Critical thinking doesn’t equal higher intelligence. In layman’s terms, it’s just a more logical way to think about solutions from all angles.

Some of us may have stronger critical thinking skills than others, but we can all learn how to improve and develop our mind.

Here are some suggestions that can help you strengthen your critical thinking skills:

1. Clarify. Make sure you have a clear understanding of the problem you’re trying to solve. You won’t be able to reasonably analyze a situation and locate a solution if you’re not completely clear on what you’re trying to accomplish!

* It’s also important that you place your own feelings about the situation aside. You cannot get a clear understanding of the issue if you have prejudiced opinions and biases about it.

2. Attempt to find a solution. Take some time with a pen and paper to define all possibilities. At this time you’ll also want to map out how you’ll be able to reach each of these solutions.

* Include the benefits and challenges of each solution. To learn how to improve and develop your critical thinking skills, you must be open to new ideas, so try and incorporate as much as you can into your list.

3. Information. Next, gather as much information as possible to support all the solutions you’re considering, as well as information you need to refute them.

* Considering your solutions from all angles will keep you from making a haphazard decision, which would not be classified in the realm of critical thinking.

4. Learn how to analyze. Now you have a problem, a list of solutions, and all the information you need to support or refute each of those decisions. So what do you do with it all?

* You’ll need time to analyze everything. Take everything into consideration and don’t assume anything. Make sure you have irrefutable evidence to back everything up. The more you practice this, the better you’ll ultimately get at it, so keep plugging away.

5. Conclude. Make an intelligent conclusion to your original problem. Make sure you have the documentation to back up and prove your decision. Always make sure this is a reasonable conclusion that is relatively simple to put into action.

* If you’ve put the time and effort into analyzing the problem and gathering the information, your conclusion should be able to support itself.

Final Thoughts on Critical Thinking

By following the steps explained here, you have just used your critical thinking skills! Though it may seem unnatural at first, as with everything, as you continue to practice these strategies, your critical thinking skills will continue to improve and develop.

Thinking critically can help you with many aspects in your life. Keep practicing these skills on a regular basis and soon you’ll enjoy the benefits of better decisions and superior choices!

07 May 2011

Vitamin A - For better healthy and youthful Skin

For better health and skin glow read the article below.
Collagen is the key to healthy skin that tends to age well. The change in the pH level of the skin caused by just a few uses of a Vitamin A product such as Retin-A can help generate collagen. "Collagen is the skin's structural fiber," dermatologist Dennis Gross said in the October 2005 issue of O Magazine. "As we get older, it breaks down, creating lines and large pores."

The best way to keep collagen from breaking down is avoiding the sun at all costs. Dermatologists warn that up to 90 percent of wrinkles, dark spots and sun damage are caused by sun exposure. This is why they're always preaching the use of sunscreen. However, if the damage is done, you can try to recoup the gorgeous skin you once had. To find out your best option, read on.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A really cuts down on the wrinkles, perhaps better than any other type of skin product. I would recommend skipping the over-the-counter vitamin A products, which have not yet been proven to be as effective as prescription strength products. Ask your doctor for a prescription for Retin-A, Renova or Retin-A Micro (Retin-A can be purchased over-the-counter in Mexico, Canada and some European countries, so if you live or are visiting there, you don't need a prescription). These contain the tretinoin, which is proven more effective on fine lines and wrinkles than retinol, found in most OTC products.

Keep in mind that you shouldn't expose skin to the sun when using Retin-A, Renova or Retin-A Micro. You'll want to cover up with sunscreen and a hat. Vitamin A makes skin very susceptible to skin damage. You should avoid tretinoin products if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant because it could cause birth defects. Also, start slowly with this product, which initially can cause redness, peeling and flaking. Too many women give up after just a couple weeks because they are alarmed by the initial effects of tretinoin. Start by using it twice a week, then slowly move to every other day until your skin adjusts.

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