When it comes to weight loss, one of the most common questions is simply “how much can I lose?” The answer, as with any other question about weight loss, is that it entirely depends on your habits and lifestyle. By asking yourself 10 questions.
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Studies tell that 1 in 7 couples over the world is infertile which is quite a large number. Infertility means that the couple has not been able to conceive children or get pregnant despite one year of frequent, unprotected sexual intercourse. Patriarchal norms and lack of knowledge often teach us to assume that the problem is always with the woman. But here’s the fact: male infertility is as probable a reason as female infertility.
Our liver is an amazing organ that does the dirty business of breaking down food components and toxic substances from our body. But overburdening this large organ in the body can lead to complications – ending in liver damage. According to the WHO, one in five Indians is likely to suffer from liver disease, which is quite a lot.
It’s difficult to stay fit with our fast-paced lifestyle. Very often we tend to fry that frozen sausage and pair it with bread than make rava upma out of scratch. We eat heavy but don’t move enough. As a result, a large chunk of the population today is overweight, sometimes without even realising it.
Studies have shown that 21 per cent of Indians have low immunity levels, leaving them prone to a variety of illnesses including seasonal infections.
Lack of good quality sleep increases your risk for diabetes, heart disease, and stroke by up to 50%, according to a recent study by the Harvard Medical School and Brigham Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. There are many reasons why you can’t sleep, ranging from stress and anxiety to physical pain.