Monday, June 14, 2021

Functional Exercise: Suitable for all physical exercises

Functional Exercise: Suitable for all physical exercises


Functional training is a physical exercise focused on a specific purpose. It also includes our daily routines. But for its usefulness, you can also consult the nearest fitness center or fitness teacher.



Functional training, which has become more prevalent in recent times, is introduced to the West differently from the traditional practice style. The purpose of this type of training depends on the person's age, fitness level, current health status, and goals. This game is useful for the player's best performance or even to improve the activities in daily life. Functional training is the activity that is done daily.


There are many trends in the fitness industry. One of which is functional training. The English word 'functional' introduces strength training in a whole new way. The American College of Sports Medicine classified global fitness trends in 2014 as eight types of functional training.


Functional training also improves coordination, balance, and physical awareness during physical exercise. Which also helps you avoid unnecessary injuries. There are some functional activities that you can include in your routine.


Over the past 10 years, there has been a global shift in the direction of training. However, in recent years, functional training has become popular. The concept of functional exercise and functional activity is as old as human consciousness.


What is functional training?


For many, exercise is a way to maintain and improve their quality of life, which remains at the heart of work training. Functional training is the pursuit of physical fitness through physical activity with a definite purpose.


Functional exercise benefits the whole body. Which benefits the whole body by practicing the upper body. Seats and benches are not usually used in functional practice training. Functional training helps people to be physically stable. With main stabilization, we can control our body through various physical activities. Core stabilization helps the older population to carry out activities in daily life more easily.


Things to understand in functional exercise:


- Rare isolation practice is done in it


- Move occurs in the whole body


- Helps to keep the body moving at all times.


- It helps in standardizing all the activities of daily life.


- Moves increase at various levels.


- Helps to maintain physical balance.


- Coordination and concentration are required.

Sunday, June 13, 2021

Bruce Lee: Miraculous life, mysterious death

Bruce Lee: Miraculous life, mysterious death

After all, how did he pass away at such a young age?


Bruce Ltd. The world is familiar with this name. Who doesn't know these martial arts masters? While this identity he made at a young age. Because Bruce Lee died when he was only 32 years old. July 20, 1973



Bruce Lee's fame is as miraculous as his death is mysterious. How did martial arts artist and Hollywood actor Bruce Lee die at such a young age?


When Bruce Lee died, his daughter Shannon Lee was only four years old. She made a documentary to commemorate the moments she spent with her father. Shannon shared with the BBC something related to Bruce Lee at the time.


"I don't remember much about it," she told the BBC. I remember playing with him in the yard of his house. We had a separate house in Hong Kong, which was a big deal for us. It was impossible to live in our house without martial arts. He used to teach us to kick and punch. We played a lot of wrestling. My father thought judo was perfect for a child. '


Work on a new film


He wanted to make a new history through martial arts. He was busy shooting films and working at his kung fu academy. At the time of his death, he was neither very ill nor suffering from any problem. Suddenly his health deteriorated and he took leave of the material world.


"It was a tragic accident," she said, recalling her death. He was very healthy and fit and was at the peak of his career. He died suddenly from an allergic reaction. He was in the apartment with one of his colleagues that day. They were working on a new film. Suddenly he had a headache. Painkillers were given. He had a brain hemorrhage. He fell and never got up again. '


Recalling Bruce Lee's last trip, Shenan said, "I remember my last trip to Hong Kong. Thousands, millions of people took to the streets. I wore the traditional white Chinese dress worn during mourning. He was kept in an open coffin. It was very disturbing. '


Bruce Lee has not acted in many movies in his life. However, the film he played made him one of the most famous people in history. His art of martial arts fascinated the world. Shannon thinks that Bruce Lee's real fame came after his death.


More martial artist than actor


Before his death, he was a big star in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. He could not walk on the road. Wherever he went, the crowd would cover him. People were eager to see him live, take photos, and get autographs. However, he was not a big star in the West.


His film 'Enter the Dragon', made in collaboration with the Hollywood company Warner Bros., went public a month before his death. This film took him to new heights and paved the way for the rest of the film to reach an international audience. Then his craze skyrocketed.


However, Bruce Lee's world was not just as a film actor, but as a great martial arts artist. Bruce Lee himself valued martial arts the most.


Shenan says of Bruce Lee's martial arts, "He developed martial arts as a separate art form in his lifetime. He considered himself a martial artist rather than an actor or writer. He considered simplicity, simplicity, and freedom to be paramount in his art. In the old and traditional way, freedom was the basis of his art. '


Victims of prejudice


When Bruce Lee found it difficult to live in Hong Kong, he came to the United States in search of a better life. Reaching the pinnacle of success, these stars began to struggle again in the United States. But even there, how many times did he face prejudice?


"My father faced prejudice at every level in his life," says Shannon. In Hollywood, he had to face the prejudice of being Chinese. However, as a child, he had to face prejudice in Hong Kong. In fact, my father was not completely Chinese. His mother was a semi-white woman. He was expelled from school because he was not completely Chinese. He did not want the treatment to fall on others. '


Interesting fact from Bruce Lee


Bruce Lee was 5 feet 8 inches tall. He weighed 64 kg. However, he had immense power. He is said to be the fastest man in history.


- Bruce Lee learned martial arts to fight the bad guys.


- Bruce Lee was so fast that it was difficult to capture him from the camera. So his video was shown in slow motion.


- Bruce Lee hit his opponent with 15 punches and one kick in the last 11 seconds in 1962.


- Bruce Lee didn't like water. He could not even swim.


- Bruce Lee lost only once in his life.


-Bruce Lee became the first person to use contact lenses because of his weak eyes.


Even in the '60s, Bruce Lee used to charge 250 dollars to teach martial arts.


- Bruce Lee could have stuck his finger in a Coca-Cola can. At the time, Coca-Cola cans were much thicker than today's aluminum cans.


- The world's most famous martial artist Bruce Lee played only 7 Hollywood movies. Three of these films became public only after his death.

Friday, June 11, 2021

Urges to pay attention to child psychological education in Covid Pandemic

Urges to pay attention to child psychological education in Covid Pandemic


Due to the corona epidemic with new variants, various sectors of the country including agriculture, infrastructure development, economy, and education are also stalled at this time. Schools, colleges, and universities are all closed.



The direct hit of the bandh has been on the children studying in the school and the young students studying in the university. Although online teaching activities are available in urban areas, this is not possible for students studying in rural areas. This is having a direct impact not only on the education of the children but also on their psychology.


In the midst of the crisis caused by the Corona disaster, the Central Working Committee of the Unified All Nepal Teachers' Organization has launched a three-day virtual national discourse program on 'Impact of Covid-19 and Educational Counseling' from Saturday. In the first session of the program, educational campaigner Shrimant Bhattarai gave a presentation on 'Child Psychology and Practical Learning' and said that Corona Kahar was a great opportunity to impart practical education to the children at home. He said, "We want degrees, not skills. We want numbers but we don't want culture and ethics. When our education was not practical, it was considered a curse to do agriculture in an agricultural country, forcing the young manpower to go abroad. ”


Stating that the knowledge learned through reading is more practical, he advised the parents and teachers to provide opportunities for children to connect wires, cook food, wash dishes, do cleaning, work in Karesabari and work according to the environment.


He said that the common goal of teachers, parents, and students would be achieved only if they could create a learning environment for children by understanding child psychology as per the method started by Dr. Maria Montessori without the development of information and technology. However, he emphasized that the culture provided by the home and social environment for children should be good.


Dr. Yogi Vikasananda, a seer and philosopher of Nepal Manokranti, argued that Bokre Shakti and Gudi Shakti had worked in this critical situation of the Corona epidemic. "The corona dies and the vaccine saves. "It's the Boker power," he said. "People die when the immune system is weakened. It's the core power."


He claimed that the use of ashwagandha, meditation, and yoga to protect the immune system was a great vaccine against corona. Urging people to eat less green salad and take vitamin D instead of rice, Dr. Yogi suggested the government formulate a course to strengthen the immune system.


Shankar Adhikari, central chairman of the Unified All Nepal Teachers' Association, said that the three-day national lecture program was organized to impart 'Effect and Educational Counseling of COVID-19' with the focus on connecting teachers, parents, and students. The program was attended by 811 people including teachers, parents, and students.

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's 'Never Die' Love

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's 'Never Die' Love


The love affair that happens in the life of a normal person is a common issue for many. But if this love affair happened to people active in the public sector, it could become a topic of discussion all over the world. Philip died at Buckingham Palace in the UK on Friday at the age of 99.



There is an interesting love story between these couples in the royal family's highest position. Which can be a source of inspiration for people around the world.


Seven decades of marriage have passed. Prince Philip often appeared at important public functions as the queen's assistant. But in his personal life, the prince was the person who knew the queen best.


Growing up in a royal family, Elizabeth and Philip became acquainted as teenagers. A friend's relationship gradually became a love affair. In the end, it even took the form of marriage.


One of the Queen's personal secretaries once said, "Prince Philip used to make the Queen laugh with his words. They also have a deep love affair. '


Prince Philip and Princess Elizabeth were married in 1947. They turned a long love affair into a marriage. A photograph taken with him at Dartmouth Naval College in 1939 shows that they have known each other for a long time.


The 18-year-old dashing cadet, who played tennis and crocodile as a teenager, caught the attention of 13-year-old Princess Elizabeth From the first meeting, they were already in a relationship as friends. The time was World War II. Philip was then serving in the Royal Army. Both used to write letters to each other on the day of the war. Gradually, the meeting between them started. Even then, she kept a picture of Princess Elizabeth Philip in her room.


Born in Greece, Prince was forced to flee his country for a variety of reasons. He came to the UK through various European countries. Until then, he had no greater ambition than to live life. He was an emotionally strong man from an early age. But the princess grew up in a world far away from Philip's world. But the queen herself was shy and sensible. Who had a long and exemplary relationship with Philip?


A couple in love


The couple got engaged in 1947, the day of Elizabeth's 21st birthday. However, Prince Philip had already announced his love and desire for the princess a year ago.


A few days before his marriage, Prince Philip wrote a letter to his mother informing her of his relationship with Elizabeth. He said, "We are in complete love without any doubt."


Royal couple after marriage


They were living a relatively normal life before marriage. Although Elizabeth belonged to the royal family, she generally liked to hang out with Philip. In one of the film footage, they were seen relaxing and talking happily with each other and leaving the courtship and living a happy life.


Changes after King George VI


With the untimely death of King George VI on February 6, 1952, all things began to change. Queen Elizabeth was only 25 years old. Prince Philip was 30 years old. She knew in that look that she had become a princess, but she still had some time to live.


But when Elizabeth became queen, Philip's role changed. Suddenly, Philip, who was in command of the ship, took on the role of Queen's assistant. In the 1950s, it was not uncommon in Britain for a wife to move ahead of her husband. But he continued to work as a skilled assistant. At the same time, their personal love life did not diminish.


The relationship between them was of two kinds. In public life, they were in the role of queen and helper, and in private life husband and wife. What was the problem with having to forge the same relationship in two roles was a different matter. But Prince Philip also took the time to define his role, and he continued to excel in both.


In 1956 he traveled to the Commonwealth for four months. There was a lot of talk about Elizabeth and her relationship at the time. Many also questioned his love for his wife. But when he returned to the palace, there was no shortage of love. The same exemplary couple was released on Friday.


Saturday, May 29, 2021

When the stomach is heavy

When the stomach is heavy


The common Nepali problem is gastric. Gastric or peptic ulcer: It is one of the common causes of gastric ulcer. Not only gastric but also many stomach problems. After all, what causes stomach problems? How to avoid it?



Chew properly


The thing we neglect the most while eating is chewing food. Eating nutritious, fresh food alone does not make you healthy. It is also important to eat properly to stay healthy. The first condition is to chew properly.


It should be swallowed only after playing food in the mouth and chewing it well. That is, solid food should be chewed and swallowed only by making it soft and juicy. Swallowing in this way facilitates digestion. It is said that we have 32 teeth and we have to chew any food 32 times. This means that the food should be chewed smoothly.


But, now we are in a hurry. We do not chew food properly. We swallow quickly. According to nutritionists, it is important to pay full attention to any food you eat. You should not pay attention elsewhere while eating. Food should be eaten slowly, comfortably, with taste. Eating this way does not cause stomach or digestive problems.


Let's not eat more than hunger


Our tendency is to eat more than we need if we have sweet and savory food. In most cases, we eat more than we are hungry. Eating too many foods at once affects the digestive process. Food does not digest well. Stomach problems. Similarly, according to Ayurveda, food should be eaten at least five hours apart between two meals. That is, the next meal should be eaten only after the first meal is well digested.


Artificial sweeteners should be avoided


Now we have a habit of eating a variety of dishes. Such sweets are also plentiful in the market. While this type of artificial sweetener also affects digestion.


Let's reduce gas


Bananas or other carbonated drinks fill the body with gas. Instead of carbonated drinks, fresh fruit juice, sarvat, yogurt, mohi, etc. are very useful.

Saturday, May 15, 2021

Something important for children

Something important for children


Most children now live with their parents. He has missed his regular studies. It is not convenient to walk, walk and play outside the house. In such a case, the parent can be the teacher and the home can be the school for them. They can earn a living from their parents and their home.


To cope with the situation

What could be better than to be happy forever? But sometimes there are situations in life that we can't ignore.


Teaching children to cope with such situations from an early age and how to present themselves in such situations can also get them out. Because of this, they can be happy and happy for the rest of their lives.


To reuse and save


We help keep the environment healthy by reusing a variety of products. In addition, reuse teaches children to be creative and to be psychomotor. It gives them knowledge, they don't have to spend millions of rupees to apply their art skills. With this in mind, reuse is given special importance in Spanish schools.


To cook


By involving children in cooking, we can maintain a good relationship between ourselves and the child. In particular, when you put them together when preparing food, they know the importance of food and they reduce their intake of junk food. So tell them about the importance of each food while cooking.


Save money


As people get older, their financial responsibilities increase. In such a situation, if we do not manage the money properly, a big crisis may come. Therefore, it is the duty of every parent to teach children the importance of money from an early age and to teach them how to save money.


To rejoice in the soil


Most of us believe that a child can be infected by soil. That's why we don't let our children play on the ground. However, not only do soil-borne infections spread, but they also contain health-friendly bacteria that can benefit children mentally and physically. Children who play on the soil are stronger because of the health-friendly bacteria.


To increase creativity the child should be allowed to play in the soil and open environment. It strengthens the child's body and gives them the ability to do something different and creative.


Dance song


According to a study by Karlstad University, dancing can greatly improve the performance of hyperactive children. Dancing helps them to express anything through their body


Music helps them to be creative, social, and self-reliant. Dance helps children become aware of different art cultures and maintain a broader ideology.

Monday, May 3, 2021

Things to pay attention to food and health care for those living in home isolation

Things to pay attention to food and health care for those living in home isolation


Corona is becoming uncontrollable in the country. With the number of infected people increasing daily, the government has also started restricting some activities. Discussions have started about the lack of capacity in the health facilities for the infected. Like last year, this year too, due to lack of hospital, people have to stay in home isolation. But what should patients who live in isolation at home pay attention to?



Physicians recommend isolation at home, even for those who have no symptoms, except for serious ones. It is important to pay close attention to food and safety at home.


The ego role of vitamin C and zinc


Many patients should pay attention to what they eat and drink during Corona. Don't eat too much. But you must eat nutritious food and stay away from homemade food as much as possible. Vitamin C and zinc are important for the body during covid. Along with medicine, it can also be obtained from natural sources. Eat plenty of oranges, lemons, eggs, and bananas.


Routine is important


Corona positive is a common symptom. It makes the body feel tired. As a result, many patients spend most of their time in bed. Get home quarantine regularly, get up early in the morning and do light exercise, walk around the room and keep fit. Relax after lunch, in the evening you can walk or read a book. Try to sleep until 10 o'clock at night. Schedule a full day. With this, you will have time for yourself and your mind will also be busy.


Measure temperature and oxygen levels


The coronavirus causes the most damage to your lungs and respiratory tract. So it is necessary to take steam. Steam with warm water 3-4 times a day. If you do not have a steamer, you can heat water in any pot and steam it.


Check the temperature from time to time. The virus can expand its scope. Contact your doctor immediately if you have a fever. Check your oxygen and pulse levels. Check pulse level 4/5 times a day. If you feel low oxygen levels, consult a doctor and go to the hospital immediately.


Measures to protect family and relatives from infection


If you are at home, make sure that you do not become infected. So take special care of these things -


- Often keep the door of your room closed.


- When it comes to food, invite people older than children and the elderly to give food.


-Wash the dishes after eating and clean.


- Talk to people as far away as possible.


- Take 3-4 pairs of clothes for the next 14 days and close the drawer till then.


- Sanitize the used mask and place it in polythene. Dispose of it after 14 days.


- Sanitize the whole room after freeing the corona. Wash used towels and other fabrics and dry them in the sun.


- After 14 days, on the advice of a doctor, you can meet family members and return to the old diary. Keep in mind that recovering from the middle doesn’t mean you relax.

How do children lose faith?

How do children lose faith?


"I have a lot of respect for my parents," said one columnist in a prestigious English fortnightly magazine. I consider them my role models and want to be like them. But, on the last day, my confidence is broken. Because my father loves others more than his mother. He has an affair with a woman next door. I know that. '



What kind of state of mind is the child going through in such a situation? He cannot talk about it openly with anyone, nor can he keep it under wraps. What to do in such a situation? He has no concrete decision.


There is a risk of some accidents in such a mood. The child knows about the misconduct of the parents. This has made him very sad. Has created fear. However, he himself is not in a position to play a decisive role. That is, he is unable to do anything about it.


Parents cannot open each other's poles. Even keeping it secret can have bad consequences. Due to this, his mentality is getting weaker. She is swallowing with remorse and fear. Her confidence is broken.


Often a child considers his parents to be the most ideal character in the world. When they grow up, they want to be like their parents. What parents do, what they say is what they think is appropriate. Follow the behavior of parents.


However, when the parents' speech and behavior start to go wrong, then their feelings are deeply hurt. They have mental disorders.


They lose their faith. Feel insecure. Due to the bad behavior of their parents, they are not able to think well about their life, education, and future. Do's and don'ts Can't decide Because of this ambiguity, they run the risk of going astray.


Looking at the background of some people involved in criminal activities, it is found that their childhood is similarly stressful. There is always a risk of children developing violent attitudes due to parental misconduct and quarrels.


To allow the image that children have built on their parents, such as trust and confidence, to be shattered is to inflict emotional abuse on children.


Therefore, parents need to keep themselves moderate and balanced for the future of their children. How does your behavior affect them? This should be considered. After giving birth to children, it is not enough to feed and clothe them. Just reading is not enough. Good guardianship should also be given.

Why do kidney problems occur?

Why do kidney problems occur?


The main function of the kidneys is to flush out contaminants and excess fluids from the blood. Many people today are suffering from kidney disease.


Kidney problems are caused due to not paying attention to food, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. However, sometimes there are other medical reasons for kidney swelling.



Kidney swelling is medically called glomerulonephritis. Kidney inflammation is a disease that causes the kidneys to swell.


The kidney filter is made up of many small blood vessels called the glomeruli. When this problem starts suddenly, then the problem can become serious. So don't take the problem of kidney swelling lightly.


However, you should identify the problem of kidney swelling in time and consult a nephrologist.


If you have these symptoms, your kidneys may be swollen


- Fever


- Pain in urinating


-Yellow or red-colored urine


- Acute excruciating pain


- There is a lot of protein in the urine


- Very little urination


- Accumulation of fluid in the lungs


- Coughing and breathing problems


- Too tired


- Bad breath


- Swelling of the body and breathing problems


What happens if the kidneys swell?


Kidney swelling is a condition in which the main part of the kidney is swollen which is called a nephron. This reduces the ability of the kidneys to clear blood.


Inflammation of the kidneys can be fatal due to a lack of immune response to infections such as sore throat and skin infections. In some cases, such infections are cured and kidney function improves.


Many primary kidney problems affect the glomeruli. For example, there is difficulty in urinating, and the ability of the kidneys to clear blood is reduced.


Danger to diabetics


People with some autoimmune diseases, such as diabetes and lupus, develop secondary glomerulonephritis. Timely treatment of this condition can save the kidneys.


Due to antibiotics


Sometimes glomerulonephritis can also be caused by side effects of painkillers or antibiotics. So consult your doctor before taking any antibiotics.


So if you see blood in the urine or if the color of the urine suddenly changes to reddish-brown, see a kidney doctor once.

Saturday, May 1, 2021

Korean traditional food, where the taste of other countries' food is also included

Korean traditional food, where the taste of other countries' food is also included


Local food is the best way to introduce the culture of any country. Basic food culture is found in most countries around the world. According to the history of the country, more or less. Although the history of traditional Korean food is a little different than others, it is ahead in terms of popularity. Korean food is influenced by Chinese and Japanese food. In such traditional food, you can taste the food of countries like Japan, China, Mongolia.



When you visit South Korea you eat some original and traditional food which is characterized below. Here are 10 traditional Korean dishes.


Bulgoji


Bulgoji is one of the most popular dishes in South Korea. It is a dish made from thinly sliced ​​meat. Which is also sweet and spicy. Bulgoji is made from either beef or pork. It is usually prepared by grilling. It is also prepared by frying, broiling, or straw-frying method. Bulgogi has been a part of Korean cuisine since the time of Gogurio in 37 BC.


Kimchi


Kimchi is another South Korean must-eat dish. Kimchi is often referred to as a superfood. This is because it is naturally digested and also helps the digestive system due to the production of beneficial probiotics.


Kimchi is probably the most popular traditional Korean food in the world. A mixture of different vegetables can also be kept in the kimchi. There are several ways to prepare kimchi, from radishes to chilies and ginger. Kimchi has even been recognized as a Korean intangible heritage.


Kimchi is included in almost all Korean foods. Which can be used for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.


Haijanguk


Haijanguk is a traditional Korean food. Also known as "hangover soup" or "hangover stew". This dish is an excellent food for drinking soju in the morning. This soup is usually made from beef. Banda and other vegetables are also kept in it. There are three types of hijanguks in Korea. It is prepared from the broth of beef bone, cold squash with another chopped squid, and raw egg in the third.


Samyopsal


Samyopsal is a traditional Korean food. Samyopsal is also called pork belly. This is simple Korean food. Which is grilled before eating. Traditional samyopsals should not be marinated or seasoned before cooking. But in recent years, Koreans have been manipulating meat with garlic, onions, and green peppers.


Bibimbap


After arriving in South Korea, Bibimbap Khan is a dish that should not be missed. This is a dish made from rice. Which is prepared from a mixture of freshly cooked vegetables, pieces of meat, and eggs. This includes a variety of vegetables, including meat and kimchi. It is given in a bowl. The taste of food depends on the process of cooking, the use of vegetables and meat, etc. Originally known as Goldangban during the Jason Dynasty, the name was changed in the 20th century. Koreans must eat this dish on their traditional Lunar New Year's Eve.


Samgetang


Samgetang is a traditional Korean food. Samgetang is made from chicken and ginseng soup and mixed flavors ranging from garlic to sweet rice. This dish is eaten a lot in summer. Eating hot soup in that season helps your endurance.


Japcha


Japcha is a traditional Korean food. Japcha is a must-eat food when you visit South Korea. Japcha is another traditional Korean food that you can eat at home during the holidays. Japcha is also called glass noodles. It is made from potatoes. This dish is prepared with vegetables and meat.

These foods can help prevent liver damage

These foods can help prevent liver damage


It is important to pay attention to diet to keep the liver healthy and improve the body. Eating regularly and exercising are important for us to stay healthy. If toxins develop in the liver, it can cause problems such as allergies, cholesterol, and even digestive problems. The rules of Ayurveda help to take care of the health of our liver and prevent diseases.



The liver is the engine of our body but how much attention do we pay to keep it healthy? Our liver plays an important role in strengthening the digestive system, improving metabolism, and producing essential compounds. Here are 9 foods that keep your liver healthy.


1. Garlic

Garlic helps in activating liver enzymes. Which works to flush out toxins from our bodies. In addition, it helps maintain high levels of allicin. Contains antioxidant, antibiotic, and antifungal properties, which enhance antioxidants. Both of these help to cleanse the liver.


2. Carrots

Carrots are high in plant flavonoids and beta carotene, which help the liver to function more smoothly. Vitamin A in carrots helps prevent liver disease.


3. Apples

Apples contain an element called pectin. Which helps to cleanse the body and ease the digestive system. Due to this, it can be managed by removing the toxins that may be present in the liver.


4. Nut

Okhar is an excellent source of amino acids. After all, eating regularly helps to detoxify your liver.


5. Green tea

Green tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Antioxidants based on green tea plants improve liver function.


6. Leafy vegetables

Green leafy vegetables containing chlorophyll play a role in protecting the liver by expelling toxins through your bloodstream.


7. Citrus fruits

Oranges, lemons, and other citrus fruits have the ability to cleanse the liver. The detoxifying enzymes present in citrus fruits are more beneficial to liver health.


8. Turmeric

Turmeric is a good spice, which reduces damage to our liver. Turmeric helps produce fat and bile juices, which act as natural detoxifiers for our liver.


9. Beetroot

Beets are a good source of vitamin C. It focuses on the cleansing of the bile and promotes enzymatic activity. It also helps keep your liver healthy.

Things to pay attention to food and health care for those living in home isolation

Things to pay attention to food and health care for those living in home isolation


Corona is becoming uncontrollable in the country. With the number of infected people increasing daily, the government has also started restricting some activities. Discussions have started about the lack of capacity in the health facilities for the infected. Like last year, this year too, due to lack of hospital, people have to stay in home isolation. But what should patients who live in isolation at home pay attention to?



Physicians recommend isolation at home, even for those who have no symptoms, except for serious ones. It is important to pay close attention to food and safety at home.


The ego role of vitamin C and zinc


Many patients should pay attention to eating and drinking during corona. Don't eat too much. But you must eat nutritious food and stay away from homemade food as much as possible. Vitamin C and zinc are important for the body during covid. Along with medicine, it can also be obtained from natural sources. Eat plenty of oranges, lemons, eggs, and bananas.


Routine is important


Corona positive is a common symptom. It makes the body feel tired. As a result, many patients spend most of their time in bed. Get regular at-home quarantine, get up early in the morning and do light exercise, walk around the room and keep fit. Relax after lunch, in the evening you can walk or read a book. Try to sleep until 10 o'clock at night. Schedule a full day. With this, you will have time for yourself and your mind will also be busy.


Measure temperature and oxygen levels


The coronavirus causes the most damage to your lungs and respiratory tract. So it is necessary to take steam. Steam with warm water 3-4 times a day. If you do not have a steamer, you can heat water in any pot and steam it.


Check the temperature from time to time. The virus can expand its scope. Contact your doctor immediately if you have a fever. Check your oxygen and pulse levels. Check pulse level 4/5 times a day. If you feel low oxygen levels, consult a doctor and go to the hospital immediately.


Measures to protect family and relatives from infection


If you are at home, make sure that you do not become infected. So take special care of these things -


- Often keep the door of your room closed.


- When it comes to food, invite people older than children and the elderly to give food.


-Wash the dishes after eating and clean.


- Talk to people as far away as possible.


- Take 3-4 pairs of clothes for the next 14 days and close the drawer till then.


- Sanitize the used mask and place it in polythene. Dispose of it after 14 days.


- Sanitize the whole room after freeing the corona. Wash used towels and other fabrics and dry them in the sun.


After 14 days, on the advice of a doctor, you can visit family members and return to the old diary. Keep in mind that recovering from the middle doesn’t mean you relax.

Sunday, April 18, 2021

Indonesian food: a diverse food culture with herbs and spices

Indonesian food: a diverse food culture with herbs and spices


Indonesia is the second-largest country in the world in terms of biodiversity. It has some large islands and hundreds of smaller islands. Due to the soil and climate of the country, along with the diversity brought in the production of agricultural crops and livestock, the food culture here also has its own variety. There are 931 indigenous groups in Indonesia and more than 900 basic food items. Due to the geographical and cultural diversity of Indonesia, some unique dishes are also made that are completely different from other places.



According to a 2012 report by Indonesia's Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, there are 30 different types of traditional food in Indonesia. Yogyakarta is a center of well-known Indonesian culinary culture. In this study, qualifiers have been shown to play a role as a representative of traditional Japanese food and culture. Yogyakarta is a city on the Indonesian island of Java. The city is famous for its education, traditional Javanese fine arts, and cultural traditions such as ballet, ballet, drama, music, literature, and puppet show.


In terms of regionalism, Indonesian food is defined as the food found in the western part of Indonesia, the food culture in the central part of Indonesia, and the food culture in eastern Indonesia.


In areas such as Sumatra and Java in western Indonesia, dishes made from volcanoes, beef, poultry, and other meats are more popular, while rice and fish dishes are more popular in the center, while corn and cassava are considered staples in the east.


Traditional Japanese foods are made from local ingredients that are low in fat, high in fiber, and contain moderate amounts of vegetable protein and carbohydrates. These diets are nutritious. Most of the local people regularly drink jamu, herbal drinks which have become a part of their healthy habits. Many government policies have encouraged traditional and local use and promoted food diversification in the region.


Culinary Development in Indonesia


Indonesia's food culture is believed to have developed along with the country's long history. In this regard, culinary development in Indonesia is generally classified into three stages.


(1) The basic stage


(2) Multicultural phase


(3) Contemporary phase


A variety of foods were developed at each stage. Not all of them have got continuity till now. Some are still persistent. Such food cultures have been passed down from one generation to the next. Foods have been refined and adapted as they are passed down from one generation to the next.


Indonesian food is rich in variety and flavor. For example, using fresh herbs and spices can make every Indonesian food taste and taste different. Such foods are spicy, hot, nutritious, sweet, sour, and also a mixture of these flavors. In general, Indonesian food can be divided into six major islands across the country. All these foods have gained originality based on the natural conditions, history, and culture of the area concerned.


For example, the food found on the island of Sumatra is heavily influenced by Indian and Chinese culture. Due to the spice trade era and strategic location on the Indo-Chinese trade routes, most of the cities in North Sumatra can be seen embracing the lifestyle of Chinese and Indian immigrants. Sumatra was the first port for Indian and Arab traders.

The most popular food on the island is Padang (West Sumatra). Which belongs to the Redyang food group. Redang is a popular dish made from beef in Indonesia. However, the Hindus there do not eat this dish.


Redyang was included in CNN's list of popular food items in 2011. Besides, Padang food can be found in Indonesia and neighboring countries such as Malaysia and Singapore. This is why Padang is also known as the regional food of Indonesia, popular among international travelers.

Monday, April 12, 2021

First aid: How to care for burn patients?

First aid: How to care for burn patients?


Inflammation is more common in women and children. In any type of burn, the first thing to do is to soak the rice in cold water or a cloth soaked in cold water for 15 minutes.



After cooling, the burn should be treated according to how much it is. Burn wounds should be kept as clean as possible. Wounds should be protected from dirt, dust mites, and other insects. Animal skin, coffee, herbs, soil, or dung should not be placed on the burnt wound. A person with burns should eat enough food (protein) to develop the body. In this case, the mouth does not have to be closed. There are usually three types of polai.


1 general polai

This type of burn does not cause blisters on the skin. But it can make the skin darker or redder. Once cooled, it does not need further treatment. Aprin or paracetamol can be used to reduce pain. In this process, you should wash your hands thoroughly before cleaning the burn to prevent infection.


2 Blisters on the skin

Burns on the skin should not be ruptured. Needles or syringes should not be used to remove the fluid inside the blister or to prevent the infection. In case of blister rupture, the dead skin should be removed using anti-infection scissors.


Wounds should be cleaned with mild soap on a cleansed gauze, cotton, or infection-free cloth. Hydrogen peroxide can also be used for cleaning. If the cloth sticks while trying to remove it from the wound, it should be soaked in boiled and cooled water. The cloth should be removed with a light cloth.


Infections increase the pain of the wound, make it more swollen, and make the skin around the wound red and hard. In this case, antibiotics like penicillin or ampicillin should be given 4 times a day for 7 days. But if the infection does not go away after 5 days, erythromycin should be given at the rate of 4 times a day for 7 to 10 days.


3. Deep burn

This type of burn can destroy the skin and even burn the flesh. This type of burn is always serious in nature. The burn victim should be taken immediately for treatment. When taken elsewhere for treatment, the wound should be disinfected and covered with a damp cloth or handkerchief. The water used to soak the cloth should be boiled and cooled. The patient should be given plenty of fluids.


If there is no possibility of drug treatment, care and treatment should be given like second-degree burns. The wound should be covered with a cleansed gauze, cotton, or linen to protect it from dirt, flies, and other insects. Such clothes should be changed 4 times a day or twice a day if the wound is dry.

Sunday, March 28, 2021

Dental protection in summer: how much and how to drink soft drinks?

Dental protection in summer: how much and how to drink soft drinks?


Some people start having toothache when they drink cold drinks in summer. What is the reason for this? Dentists say the problem is caused by the acid and sweetness in soft drinks and that the only solution is to control the consumption of soft drinks.



Summer is a sensitive time for our teeth and mouth. Due to the high temperature, any food stuck in the teeth can cause rapid decay in the mouth, on the one hand, and on the other hand, some foods eaten during the summer can be a barrier to the protection of the teeth and mouth.


Dentists believe that eating too much food in hot weather is too sweet and processed food is not suitable for teeth and mouth. There is a belief that ‘too much food’ i.e. too sour, too cold, and too hot should be ignored as much as possible. But due to unfavorable weather, consumption of very cold food is also increasing.


With the onset of the summer season, the consumption of various beverages skyrockets in the market. Beverages also consume more carbonated acid soft drinks than soft drinks such as milk and lassi. But how to drink those beverages and how much to drink? Dentists, on the other hand, emphasize the need to consume soft drinks as little as possible.


Dentists recommend low-sugar and acid-rich beverages as an alternative to soft drinks. These alternatives include water, milk, and various fruit juices.


How to drink soft drinks?

Dentists say that after drinking a soft drink, you should drink it through a pipe and swallow it directly. When drinking soft drinks, do not keep the drink in the mouth for a long time and after drinking the drink, rinse your mouth with clean water. Due to which the carbonic acid that causes tooth problems cannot stay in the teeth. It also causes problems in Giza.

Home remedies to reduce ear infections in children

Home remedies to reduce ear infections in children


Ear infections or pain are common in infants and young children. Often you see children crying a lot or grabbing their ears. But many do not know what the problem is for the child. This type of pain is most common in infants up to 18 months of age. It can happen to people of any age group. Boys are more likely to be infected than girls. However, the cause has not been identified. If this is happening to your child or the children around you then this article can be very important for you.



Proper treatment of a child's ear

If your baby is crying because of earache or has been seen repeatedly rubbing his ear, it may be an ear infection. It is also available at home. Electric heating pads can also be used for this. This is a great way to reduce the pain in your baby's ears.


How to get rid of earwax


If any fluid comes out of your child's ear or the child is having pain in the ear, warm olive oil or sesame oil can be applied to the ear. In this way, the infection and dirt inside the ear can be easily removed.


The baby needs enough fluids


Infections in a child's ear can cause dehydration. In this case, the baby cries a lot and that is why the body uses more energy and water. In this case, the baby should be given enough fluids.


Ayurvedic treatment


You can also get Ayurvedic treatment to solve the problem of the child's ear. Such as garlic, olive oil, mustard oil, basil juice, etc. can help treat your child's ear infections. All of these products completely cure ear pain and soreness.


Breastfeeding is important


According to research, mother's milk is the right nutritious food for the baby. At the same time, it increases the child's immunity. Therefore, every mother should feed her baby for at least 12 months. Antibodies in breast milk can protect your baby from ear infections.


Keep away from pollution


If you want to see your child's ears healthy, keep in mind that he is not facing any problems due to external pollution. At this time, the child should be protected from the sun and smoke.

How to measure body temperature and respiratory rate by yourself?

How to measure body temperature and respiratory rate by yourself?


A person's body parts signal a person's illness. We can identify health problems in the body from people feeling weak and various kinds of pain.



When a person becomes ill or has a health problem, his or her major physical symptoms begin to change. We can identify her health problem from the changes in the same physical signs. In the village, the practice of finding the fever by touching the forehead or thinking about the pulse has been going on for a long time. Below is some general information on how to measure your body temperature with a thermometer and how to measure your breathing speed.


How to measure temperature?


If a person does not have a thermometer to check for a fever, their body temperature can be checked by touching the patient's forehead with the other hand. If the patient's body feels hotter than the other person's body, the basic test method is that he may have a fever. But rather than relying entirely on it, you should decide whether or not to go to the hospital for a test according to your body condition.


If you have a thermometer, your body temperature can be measured by placing it in your mouth, armpits, or anus. The armpits of any person have a lower temperature than the mouth. The anus is hotter than the mouth. A thermometer with a measuring mark in centigrade or Fahrenheit can be used to measure fever.


How to measure fever?


- Clean the thermometer with soapy water or alcohol. Hold the thermometer on the red or silver-colored tip and shake it until the temperature drops below 36 degrees.


- The mouth should be closed with the thermometer under the tongue. Or if the patient is afraid of being bitten by a thermometer, it should be placed in the armpit.


- Keep it for three or four minutes.


- You should read the measurements carefully.


- The thermometer should be washed with soap and cold water and, if possible, dipped in a chlorine solution for 20 minutes and washed with clean water.


How to measure the speed of breathing


Respiratory rate describes the condition of the lungs and respiratory system. It also provides information about a person's general health. Watch the person rest his chest up and down to catch his breath.


For adults, the normal breathing rate is 12 to 20 beats per minute. Breathing speed is the act of breathing in and out once.


In case of infection, fever, bleeding or dehydration, agitation, lung problems, or other emergencies, the pulse rate also increases with a pulse. If the rate of pulse and respiration is too low when you are very sick, the patient may even die. Short and short breaths can be a sign of a respiratory infection. Breathing 30 times or more per minute may be a sign of pneumonia.

Why different days are celebrated in Phagupurni and Holi in the hills and Terai

Why different days are celebrated in Phagupurni and Holi in the hills and Terai


Today (Sunday) Holi is being celebrated in the hilly region of the country. Holi is celebrated on the full moon day of Phagun Shukla Paksha along with the burning of Holika. But in the Terai region, even if Holika is burnt on the full moon day, it is customary to celebrate Holi the next day (Pratipada day).


According to Varaha Purana, Pat was-Vilasini, i.e. a game made of powders, is celebrated on the day of Phagun Shukla Purnima. Before that, let's dig into its mythological side.



Holi is a celebration of the victory of truth over untruth. This festival is celebrated in remembrance of the burning of the bonfire in favor of untruth. Holika Hiranyakashipu is the sister of the demon and Vishnu is the aunt of the devotee Prahlada. She had received the gift of burning fire from Brahma.


On the other hand, Prahlad, the son of Hiranyakashipu, was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. Despite his father's repeated reminders, he did not give up his devotion to Vishnu. He was the king of demons and the protector of Lord Vishnu. After taking the side of his opponent, Hiranyakashipu planned to kill Prahlad.


He had planned to kill Prahlada using his sister who had received a gift from Brahma. He had planned to burn Prahlad by setting him on fire along with Holika. But due to the power of Lord Vishnu, nothing happened to Prahlada, but Holika is believed to be burnt when trying to misuse it. It is believed that that day was the day of Phagun Shukla Purnima.


On the other hand, there is literary evidence that this festival was celebrated even in the Vedic period. At that time, this festival was called 'Navaneshti'. On this day, it is customary to burn half-ripe grains of the field and distribute them as offerings. This kind of food is called 'Hola', so it was celebrated as Holi.


This festival is also considered as a yajna performed on the occasion of the arrival of New Year and Vasantgam. Some people also celebrate this festival by worshiping the fire god. It is believed that Manu was born on this day.


Why are Phagupurni and Holi celebrated on different days?


Head of the Department of Central Department of Nepali History, Culture and Archeology, Prof. Dr. Madan Kumar Rimal says that celebrating Holi for two days in the hills and terai is of special importance. Rimal, who grew up in the Mithila culture, says that a special fair will be held on the day of Phagu Purnima in the Mithila region and thousands of people will be present there to celebrate Holi the next day. In Mithila culture, a special fair is held on every full moon day in temples including Janakpur.


Although the religious texts mention that Phagu Purni is celebrated only for one day, it has developed into an undisputed culture accepted by all. Nirnayasindhu, who decides on every festival celebrated under the Hindu religion, has also mentioned Holi as a one-day festival. On page 308 of the book, it is mentioned that it is customary to celebrate the full moon day on Phagupurni.


According to Rimal, there are two reasons for celebrating Holi on different days in Phagupurni in the hills and in the Terai. One may be that the practice of celebrating the next day is due to the pilgrimage. On the other hand, after burning Holi in the evening of the previous day, the Holi festival may have been celebrated the next day. He says that it may be more customary to celebrate the next day than to paint in the evening.


"Holi is a celebration of harmony between family and friends. The full moon day, which could not be celebrated due to the procession, was celebrated the next day with friends. This is how the culture of celebrating the next day has become in the Terai. ' Later, on this basis, the government started giving leave for two days, but it developed into a two-day festival. '

Thursday, March 18, 2021

What to do in summer to prevent heartburn and acidity?

What to do in summer to prevent heartburn and acidity?


What to eat and what not to eat on hot days? Dehydration, gastric problems, abdominal pain, heartburn, or acidity increase during the summer. As the temperature rises, our body reacts differently. So we have to give up some food items on summer days. If you continue to eat certain foods during the summer, as at other times, your health may deteriorate.




You should cut back on soft drinks, soft drinks, dairy products, oily foods, red meat, milk tea, or coffee. Instead, you should eat things that make your stomach cold. For example, fresh fruits, cucumbers, soft water, etc. should be eaten in summer. On hot days you should increase your liquid diet. Foods that need to be reduced in summer.


Red meat


Red meat is high in protein and iron. It is difficult to digest on summer days. Eating red meat also raises body temperature, which is not good in summer. When eating red meat in summer, the body absorbs a lot of energy, so you should stay away from it as much as possible.


Cold drink


Everyone loves cold drinks in the summer. Many people drink soft drinks to escape the heat. Cold drinks increase the number of calories, as well as help the body to dehydrate. That said, drinking too much of it can have an effect. Therefore, it is better to pay more attention to natural beverages like juice and coconut water instead of cold drinks.


Smooth junk food


Even if you like greasy junk food, this season is not suitable for it. Oil can cause heartburn in summer. Eating such food on hot days can cause acidity and even skin problems.


Very spicy vegetables


There are many spicy foods in Nepali cuisine. But it is not suitable food for the summer season. In this season, it is better to eat a little chili, a little spice, and little fried vegetables instead of adding more spices, oil, and ghee to the vegetables.


Milk, tea, and coffee


There may be many who find milk tea sweet. But in summer, it is better to reduce milk tea for stomach health. Drinking milk tea in summer causes dehydration in the body. Besides, tea can cause stomach pain and acidity on hot days. Instead of milk tea or coffee, you can drink green tea, black tea, mint tea, etc.


Besides, it is advisable to reduce various dairy products in this season. If you do not consume such dairy products properly, you may have stomach problems. You can eat yogurt in the summer, but milk, cheese, cream, or butter are high in fat. This fat is difficult to digest, which can lead to gastric problems in summer.


Ignoring these foods on hot summer days can lead to stomach problems. If you are suffering from any disease, dietary decisions can be made after consulting a doctor.



Sunday, March 14, 2021

Growing smartphone addiction in the younger generation, the risk of long-term health problems

Growing smartphone addiction in the younger generation, the risk of long-term health problems


Growing smartphone addiction among young people has shown that patients are more likely to get sick. Studies in various parts of the world, including London, have shown that one-third of the world's youth are addicted to smartphones. Studies have shown that these young people are more likely to have problems with sleep. Studies have shown that in addition to sleep, a variety of problems increase.



How many times a day do you pick up your phone? How many times a day do you check information on your social network? How fast do you get uncontrollable when a message arrives on the phone? If this whole thing happens to you, it can be considered as an addiction sitting on your phone. A study has shown that about one-third of the world's people are addicted to mobile phones.


A new study by King's College London has revealed this fact. The researchers' study of 1,043 young people aged 18 to 30 confirmed this fact. Of those, 39 percent said they lost control of their phone.


The phone is disturbing people's sleep


Researchers have found that more than two-thirds of those addicted to smartphones had sleep problems. They have been found to suffer from insomnia and restlessness at night. This problem is found to seriously affect their lives.


Competitors who reported increased use of cell phones also had trouble sleeping. It has been studied before that those who use smartphones a lot at night tend to feel less sleep and more tired. According to researchers, smartphones also cause more mental problems during sleep.


This is how the study was done


The study, conducted by researchers at King's College London, was published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry. In the study, researchers asked students about their sleep quality and smartphone use. The study was conducted online. About 39 percent of respondents to the questionnaire, which was designed to assess smartphone addiction among young people, said they were addicted to smartphones.


The effects of smartphones


According to Polotsky, a researcher involved in the study, phone addiction is also known as nomophobia. This is because any LED spectrum suppresses the level of light source melatonin.


Trying to break free from addiction


 Turn off the phone for a while


According to researchers, to get out of this addiction, first, turn off your phone for a while. For example, when you are in a meeting, having dinner, playing games with your child, or driving, stop for a while.


Make less use of social media


Keep the number of applications on your mobile to a minimum and consume fewer applications. The use of social networks Facebook and Twitter can be reduced from your phone. Use the phone's laptop to check it.


Go to the grayscale


Turn your smartphone to grayscale, according to psychiatrist Mela Roberts. This will improve your concentration. You can wear an alarm to get up in the morning like in the old days.

Ayurveda: How much water to drink in a day, at what time to drink?

Ayurveda: How much water to drink in a day, at what time to drink?


How much water and how to drink it? This is a complex subject, even if it is always used. But there is no consensus among experts on this issue. In fact, how much water our body needs varies depending on the area we live in, the weather, and our physical constitution.



But Ayurveda has presented a different opinion on this issue. According to Ayurveda, our body has some natural needs. Which we get signals from hunger, thirst, sleep, urination, and defecation. So when you feel hungry, eat. When you feel thirsty, drink water, you don't have to worry too much about these things all the time.

Why drink water?


If you are still confused as to why we should drink water, here are some examples.


Water is essential for physical activity


Water is an important element for every cell in the body. Which is important for the communication and absorption of nutrients in different parts of the body. It helps to regulate various bodily functions such as breathing or defecation. It is also important for digestion and brain function.


Water increases energy levels in the body


Water helps to increase energy levels in the body. Drinking 2 liters of water daily increases the energy level to 400 joules. It is important to drink plenty of water when you go out for a regular workout. Also, water helps to relieve fatigue.


To keep the mind functioning and mood right


Various studies have shown that dehydration is related to knowledge and experience. At the same time, drinking water helps people to focus on meditation. Which makes it easy for a person to achieve success even in academics and other work. Also, many studies have confirmed that if a person drinks enough water, his mood will improve throughout the day.


Water to improve the digestive system


Water also helps in the synthesis of enzymes associated with the digestive system. Water helps to normalize the digestive system. Water can also be taken as a home remedy for problems like constipation.


Water for purification inside the body


Water is also needed to flush out waste products from the body. It helps in cleansing the body by sending out feces.


Water is suitable for skin


Drinking enough water helps to increase hydration in the skin. At the same time, it helps to enhance the physiology of the skin. Due to which the skin becomes soft and supple.


How much water to drink per day?


According to some principles, we should drink at least eight glasses of water every day. This helps to detoxify, nourish and hydrate your body. But Ayurveda does not accept it.


According to Ayurveda, water is an essential element. But excessive water intake may not make you feel hungry but it is more likely to cause indigestion. Scriptures like Charak Samhita, Sushruta Samhita have mentioned this. They say that water can be drunk whenever the body is thirsty and that is enough.


Drinking too much water can also increase the risk of phlegm and speech problems, which can affect the body's digestive system. Therefore, you should not drink water forcibly after being satisfied with water.


The right time to drink water


Generally, many people suggest not drinking water during meals. It is generally recommended to drink water either before meals or 45 minutes after meals. But according to Ayurveda, thirst is a natural need, so drinking water whenever you feel thirsty is not a problem.


The right way to drink water


- Just like we sit and eat, we can sit and drink water. As much as possible, you can take a sip of water throughout the day. Drinking too much water at one time may not allow the body to absorb enough water.


- Talking about water temperature, it is suitable to drink warm water. Either water can be drunk at room temperature. But don't drink too much cold and icy water. Drinking cold water may prevent blood from reaching all parts of the body.


- Do not drink enough water during meals and immediately after meals. But water can be drunk between meals.


- Don't forget that your body is filled with 50 percent food, 25 percent water, and 25 percent digestive juices.

Some misconduct can be the cause of diabetes

Some misconduct can be the cause of diabetes


Diabetes is a disease that, if left unchecked, can lead to other diseases. For example, high blood pressure, heart disease, kidney disease, etc. But, there is nothing to be afraid of. Because with some precautions, all these dangers can be avoided. When someone first finds out they have diabetes, they are very worried. They keep asking themselves, 'Can diabetes be eradicated from the roots?'



Causes of diabetes:

Diabetes is one of the fastest-growing diseases in Nepal. Not only adults but also children suffer from this disease. Often people think that it is their faulty diet that causes them problems. The biggest cause of diabetes is some bad habits that are adopted in daily life. If these habits are improved, diabetes can be controlled to a great extent.


Staying in the office all-day


Most people stay in the office all day because they do not have time to get up. But this habit of yours can cause you heart problems along with diabetes.


Never sit in the sun


According to research, the biggest cause of diabetes is the lack of vitamin-D, which is found in the sun's rays. People with vitamin D deficiency have a higher risk of diabetes, so everyone should stay in the sun for at least half an hour without sunscreen.


Food wrapped in a plastic container


Researchers have also found that chemicals in plastic-wrapped foods increase insulin resistance. This is an early sign of diabetes.


Breakfast


Ignoring breakfast is also one of the biggest causes of diabetes. In fact, not eating breakfast in the morning disturbs the insulin balance in the body, which increases the chances of diabetes.


Intake of refined carbohydrates


White bread, white rice, flour, or other refined carbohydrates make the body produce more insulin. Because of this you soon start to feel hungry. This increases the risk of developing diabetes.


Intake of probiotics in the diet


Probiotics improve the digestive system but they also help regulate blood sugar levels. It causes you insomnia and stress. It raises blood sugar levels and puts you at risk for diabetes.


Drink at least 2/3 cup of coffee


Experts recommend drinking at least 2-3 cups of coffee a day. It can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. If you don't even drink coffee, you may have an increased risk of diabetes in some way.


Unhealthy habitual behavior


Wrong habits such as waking up late at night, sleeping less, not eating on time, smoking, and drinking alcohol also promote diabetes. In fact, it raises triglycerides in the body, which puts you at risk for type 2 diabetes.


Hanging on a lot of TVs


Even if you watch TV for at least 7 hours a day, you may have a higher risk of diabetes. A study has shown that every hour spent in front of the TV increases the risk of diabetes.


Drink less water


Drink at least 10 glasses of water a day. Because lack of water does not hydrate the body and increases the amount of sugar in the blood. This is also a must for diabetics.