International Yoga Day - 21st June

      Yoga Integrates Body, Mind, and Spirit

Yoga has been around for about 4,500+ years, and while many regard it as just another form of exercise—some even see it as a "fad"—it's really a comprehensive practice that integrates mental, physical, and spiritual elements.
The term ‘Yoga’ has been derived from the Sanskrit word, ‘Yuj’ which means union. It can be explained as the union of the mind and the body to achieve perfect harmony at the most profound level. it helps us to reach a higher level of consciousness, thought a transformation of the psychic organs. With regards to the latter, yoga can be viewed as a form of meditation that demands your full attention as you move from one asana (yoga position) to another. As you learn new ways of moving and responding to your body and mind, other areas of your life tend to shift

Smoking and Drug Addiction

Smoking - Drug Addiction

Smoking is a popular activity for many people who continue to enjoy it even though they are well aware of the health risks.    The main reason for this is nicotine addiction. Tobacco contains nicotine - a stimulant which affects both the mind and the body. Effects of Smoking: Smokers claim that it helps them to relax or gives them an energy boost or ‘rush’. They argue that it relieves stress, increases concentration. Many smokers find that the first time they smoke they feel sick, dizzy or get a headache. Tobacco smoke contains nicotine, tar, carbon monoxide and other chemicals which when inhaled, increases heart rate, blood pressure and respiration. It causes a surge in energy which is due to the release of adrenaline. This causes that energy boost and also acts upon insulin production which smokers believe suppresses their appetite. Other physical effects include a dry mouth, a decrease in urine production and dizziness. Psychological effects include a feeling …

Brain Tumor


Introduction: No one wills to hear the words, “it’s abrain tumor,” and in that stage, everything become different. You need to process the symptomatic diagnosis, experience a new and challenging vocabulary, and make decisions about a course of treatment in a short span of time. A tumor develops the normal or abnormal cells and multiplies when they are not needed. A brain tumor is a mass of unnecessary cells growing in the brain. There are two kinds of brain tumors: 1.Primary brain tumors, that starts and tends to stay in the brain. 2.Metastatic (Secondary) brain tumors, that begins as cancer elsewhere in the body and spreads to the brain. Primary Brain Tumors: A tumor that starts in the brain is a primary brain tumor. Gliomas for examples are primary brain tumors. There are over 120 different types of primary brain tumors but these are grouped into benign tumors and malignant tumors. vBenign Brain Tumors: A benign brain tumor consists of very slow-growing cells, usually has distinc…