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Yoga is not about a few minutes or hours. It is in every action.
'Depression: Let's Talk,' a year-long global campaign by the World Health Organisation (WHO) took off on 7 April, World Health Day. WHO estimates that over 300 million people suffered from depression...
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Indian office workers are a hardworking lot, with one out of two holding more than one job to supplement her or his main source of income, a study undertaken by the American multinational software com...
Anxiety is typically described as a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe. Most of us experience anxiety at some stage in our lives. For some of us, however, anxiety can...
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This study might leave you with mixed emotions. Gallup's latest study of the world's most emotional countries shows that Latin America leads the pack with Bolivia and El Salvador ranking as the happie...
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While a direct causal linkage between workplace stress and suicide is difficult to establish, no one pays much attention to professional physical and mental depletion until there is a tragedy. The business world has simply not understood the importance of ensuring the personal well-being of their employees.
We all know by now that stress weakens our immune system, increasing our vulnerability to chronic inflammation and autoimmune diseases. Fortunately, we can take measures to counter the negative impact of stress by making simple lifestyle changes and watching the way we eat. After all, scientists now acknowledge that the gut is the "second brain" of the body. A happy, healthy gut can improve our immunity and make us less vulnerable to diseases like diabetes, obesity, chronic fatigue, heart disease, high BP, stroke, arthritis and even some cancers.