Friday, November 29, 2019

Shift work is very dangerous for the mind

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Changing shift every week is dangerous for the mind
Shift work is very dangerous for the mind
Shift work is hazardous for the mind

Nowadays the trend of working round the clock in most companies is increasing. Therefore, a large number of people have to work in the night shift, then every week their shift changes. That is, sometimes morning shift, sometimes evening or sometimes night. If you ever work in such a shift, then not only will you be more at risk of obesity and diabetes, but this changing shift can also give you mental illnesses.

                A study conducted by researchers at a university in the UK showed that people working in shifts were 33 percent more likely to experience depression and anxiety, especially those who did not work or work on night shifts. Or were people who worked in the shifts of 9 to 5 o'clock.

Risk of mental illness-

Also, people working in shifts are 28 percent more likely to suffer from mental health problems. This result is revealed after examining 28,438 participants included in the previous 7 studies.

Irritability and mood changes-

Experts involved in the study say that frequent shift changes affect our sleeping and waking habits. Our body is unable to cope with this change happening in the habit of sleeping and waking, which causes irritability in people. It also causes changes in mood and social isolation.

Many more problems too-

A research conducted in Japan has revealed that people who work in shifts were 50 percent more prone to diabetes than those who work in the day. Also, digestive problems of such people and many kinds of diseases like; Problems of high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and high cholesterol were found.

Wednesday, November 27, 2019


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Diabetes: Small reforms will bring great relief

Introduction to Diabetes

Due to increasing cases of diabetes, India is also known as the capital of diabetes. India is also one of the first three countries to suffer from diabetes on a large scale. It is difficult to completely eliminate diabetes, but by improving lifestyle the ability of insulin in the body can be controlled.
               In simple words, the level of sugar in the blood and urine of a diabetic person increases. It is caused by disturbances in the process of hormones called insulin in the body. Also, it has an important role in controlling blood sugar levels.

Main types of diabetes

Type-1 Diabetes: This happens especially to children. In this case, the B cells of the pancreas become unable to form insulin. In this case, patients are given insulin from outside, which should not be discontinued in any form without the advice of the doctor. This can cause patients to go into a condition of ketoacidosis, which is serious. 

Type-2 Diabetes: Type-2 diabetes is also common. In this, sensitivity to insulin is reduced in patients. Important reasons for this include stress and poor lifestyle.

Gestational Diabetes (diabetes in pregnancy): Some hormones are increased in the body of women during pregnancy. The sensitivity of insulin decreases due to those hormones, which increases the risk of diabetes. In most pregnant women, the problem of diabetes is resolved after delivery. If the blood glucose level is not normal even after 6 weeks, then type-2 diabetes is the problem in such women.

Symptoms of Diabetes

Experiencing thirst again and again
Excessive urination
Loss of appetite. Diabetics are unable to use the blood sugar present in physical activities. This always leads to a lack of energy and tiredness. Repeated hunger pangs. This is due to the lack of insulin in the body or the decrease in insulin absorption capacity in the body.
Sudden weight loss. Since the sugar gets out of the body through urine and the tissues are not able to get full nutrition, this causes the body to lose weight.
Anorexia, urinary infection, numbness in hands and feet, blurred vision are also seen in sexual relations.

Problems During Diabetes

Diabetes Retinopathy: Continuous diabetes increases damage to the arteries of the retina of the eye. If there is no timely treatment, the eye light can also go.

Diabetes Neuropathy: The constant rise in blood sugar in patients with diabetes affects the nervous system of the body. This results in numbness in hands and feet. Many times patients do not even feel hurt and the wound is aggravated.

Diabetes Nephropathy: Constant blood sugar rise also affects the kidneys. Due to this, the amount of protein in urine increases. Diabetics should also undergo microalbumin testing with sugar. If a protein or albumin is present, see a doctor.

Diabetes Foot/Gangrene

The feet are at the distance of the heart in the body, due to which the circulation of blood is affected quickly. In the case of diabetes, there is an increased risk of infection in the soft tissues and bones of the foot, which leads to an easily untreated ulcer in the foot. This is called 'diabetes foot'. Diabetes patients can take a big form if they get hurt even at the slightest. Sometimes it can also take the form of gangrene, due to which considerable part of the leg has to be amputated. To avoid this, it is very important to keep blood sugar under control. The cleanliness of the feet should be taken care of. Diabetics should also avoid heating hands-on fire. Many diabetic patients suffer from diabetes neuropathy, which may reduce their leg sensitivity. In such a situation, a wound can take the form of diabetes foot. Diabetic patients should not even walk bare feet.

Make these lifestyle changes

Food and Drink: Avoid sweet and greasy things. Eat green leafy vegetables. Do not take junk and fast food. Eat less rice. All fruits like; Banana, coconut water also have high sugars, take them only in small quantities. Avoid cold drinks. Each 500 mL cola beverage contains up to four and a half tablespoons of sugar. High fiber foods such as; Take oats, ragi, millet, brown rice, and low-fat dairy products. Eat plenty of fenugreek, cinnamon, drumstick leaves, and lentils.

Routine check-up: If you are above 45 years of age, are overweight, have a waist girth of 35 and more than 40 inches in men, then get regular diabetes check-up. If there is a history of diabetes in the family then it becomes even more important. If you are at the stage of pre-diabetes, keep the blood glucose level test kit in the house and keep an eye on it.

Smoking: Smokers are 30 to 40 percent more likely to develop diabetes than others. The nicotine present in cigarettes and tobacco narrows the arteries. The risk of developing vascular diseases such as deepen thrombosis is also high in patients with diabetes. If smoking and diabetes are combined, the risk of heart and brain trauma increases up to 3 times.

Regular Exercise: Regular exercise is very important. If possible, walk three to four kilometers daily. Make a rule for a light walk after eating. Exercise is believed to have an effect on blood sugar levels for up to 12 hours. Cholesterol levels do not rise and the ability to withstand stress increases. Whatever exercise you are doing aerobics or yoga, be sure to consult the experts. Avoid exercising on days when your blood sugar level is above 250.

Keep the weight down: Control body weight. It will increase the ability to accept insulin in those with type-2 diabetes. There will be less pressure on the heart too.

Ayurvedic Treatment

From the point of view of medicine in Ayurveda, diabetic patients are divided into two parts, macro, and Indigestion.

Macro Patients: Treatment of overweight diabetic patients are done with the Appendix drug of Ayurveda. This reduces obesity in patients and reduces blood glucose levels by increasing the ability to accept insulin. Among these abrasions, Triphala, Shilajit, Jamun, Turmeric, Nimba, Mesh is best suited for diabetics.

IndigestionIn this, such medicine is given to the patient, so that the weight of the patient is not reduced and the sugar should also be controlled, such as; Use of Amalaki Chemicals. In Ayurveda, various medicine substances like; Guduchi, Khadir, Shilajit, iron and Swarna Bhasma should be used according to the advice of the doctor. There are also medicines that benefit in diabetic retinopathy and neuropathy. Ayurveda has many single drug substances and also reduces the risk of infection. These include Neem, Giloy, Triphala, Khadir, Shilajit, etc. There are also multidisciplinary kalp, which increases blood circulation in the feet, which benefits patients with diabetes feet. These medicines should be taken only with the advice of a doctor.

Monday, November 25, 2019

13 Best Treatments For Acne

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Is this the reason for acne?


Introduction to acne

Our skin consists of three layers. The topmost layer changes after some time. This is due to the loss of dead skin. This process goes on. Its bottom layers consist of veins, blood vessels, oil and sweat glands, and hair follicles. The innermost layer consists of fat cells. If not taken care of properly, oil glands and dead skin cause blockage in follicles, due to which a new layer is not able to come out. There the skin swells up and takes the form of grains, which are called pimples.

              There are two types of acne. There are small white grains, in which pus is filled. Secondly, there are red-colored grains, mostly those with dry skin.

What is the reason for acne-

Acne can be caused by many reasons. Acne imbalances in hormones come out. For this, it is necessary to improve food and lifestyle. PCOD and thyroid cases have increased in women than before. The improper menstrual cycle is also a cause of acne. Acne occurs in many women, even after pregnancy. Too much sunlight also increases the risk of acne. One reason is the excessive production of insulin in the body, about which only a few people know. This means that our food is directly related to our acne. Those who have more pimples should not eat high glycemic food. These are the things that contain a lot of carbohydrates. These things not only increase the problems of pimples, but they also have a bad effect on health. For those who get pimples more, it will be better to keep a distance from these things.

High glycemic food-

things made with white bread, naan and fine flour
starchy vegetables such as; potato
small and thick rice
Paste, noodle, burger, etc. junk food
milk or milk products
cakes, pastries, biscuits, chocolate, cold drinks
Watermelon in fruits

Low glycemic food-

Low glycemic food has low carbohydrates and high nutrients. like ;

➤ Brown bread oats and fish
➤ Basmati and Sela rice
➤ green leafy vegetables
➤ mustard oil, rice bran oil, olive oil, coconut oil, ghee, etc.
➤ almonds, cashew nuts, apricots, etc.
➤ Apple, Strawberry, Guava, etc. in fruits

Role of dairy products-

About 75% of the people in India do not digest milk properly. If such people consume more dairy products then they get indigestion, due to which they start getting pimples. If there are too many pimples on the face, then try turning off milk or milk products for some time. If the problems of acne are seen to decrease, then keep the number of dairy products in your diet low. Soy milk, coconut milk, almond milk can be taken.

Include in food

Include zinc and iron-rich things like green leafy vegetables, pomegranate, etc. in the diet. Vitamin-C is good for the skin, for this, eat citrus fruits and vegetables. Take things containing vitamin A, D and omega-3 fatty acids. Fish and walnuts are rich in omega-3. Drink plenty of water too.

How to identify, what are the reasons for acne

On the forehead- Acne on the forehead also comes out due to dryness in the head. Touching the face immediately after scratching your hair can also be a reason for getting pimples.

On the cheek- This is a clear indication that our digestive system is not functioning properly. This can also happen due to indigestion. For this, you should include fiber-rich things in the food. Always eat digestible food.

On the jaw- When the liver is not functioning properly, the jaw parts begin to ache. You can also consult a doctor for this.

Sunday, November 24, 2019


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Insurance is a great career option


What is insurance 

Insurance companies take the risk of compensating the loss from human life to medical, house, house, vehicle, crop, etc. from natural disasters, accidents, theft, etc., instead of various insurance policies. The CII (Confederation of Indian Industries) has indicated the need for educated youth in the field of insurance by 2025. In recent years, these companies have been engaged in selling insurance policies to people through attractive insurance policies. These include travel insurance, marine insurance, event insurance, household insurance, export insurance, property insurance, car insurance (Aviva car insurance, Geico car insurance, Axa car insurance,  aami car insurance, aami car insurance ), health insurance (private health insurance), life insurance (term life insurance,  globe life insurance, auto insurance (usaa auto insurance, aaa auto insurance), national insurance, dental insurance, home insurance, homeowners insurance, whole life insurance), gap insurance, public liability insurance, medical insurance, house insurance, motorcycle insurance, business insurance, usaa insurance, cobra insurance, landlord insurance, liability insurance, etc. are prominent.

Premier Institute

➤ Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Awadh University, Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh
➤ Kurukshetra University, Haryana
➤ Uttar Pradesh Rajarshi Tandon University, Uttar Pradesh
➤ Delhi University

Educational Opportunities 

Insurance is taught as an optional subject of the 12th standard in the country. At the graduation level, many courses are conducted in all the institutes. Among them, BA / BCom (Insurance), BBA (Insurance and Risk Management), etc. can be named. Postgraduate diploma in insurance management courses exists at PG level. Not only this, a two-year Masters / MBA (Insurance and Financial Planning) degree can be obtained.
        The Actuarial Society of India (Mumbai) offers a variety of courses in the subject of actuarial science. Similarly, the Insurance Institute of India offers a variety of diploma and certificate courses in the region through regular and other elective education systems. Also, assistance and scholarship are also provided for research activities related to this field.

GIC Exam

General Insurance Corporation of India periodically conducts a selection test to fill the posts of Assistant Administrative Officer. To join it, a candidate must be a graduate with at least 50% marks from 21 to 30 years of age. It includes both written examination and interview.

Job Opportunities

Educated youth in this field get jobs in insurance companies. These may be companies related to life and general insurance. Apart from these, such experts are also needed in banks, financial companies, leasing, and mortgage companies. In this, they serve as an actuary. Not only this, job opportunities are no less for these professionals in educational institutions, research organizations, credit companies, property developers, the aviation industry, the automobile industry, etc. In these institutions, they get the opportunity to work in positions like Insurance Agents, Sales Representative, Customer Services Representative, Actuary, Development Officer, Assistant Administrative Officer.

What are the capabilities 

Professionals in this field have to make people aware of the utility and importance of insurance policy. In such a situation, communication skills must be effective. One has to be patient to calm the curiosities associated with the insurance policy of the people. There is a lot of emphasis on personal loyalty and mutual reconciliation with people. The youth should also be aware of all government policies in the insurance sector.

The challenges

There is confusion among the common people in understanding the difference between insurance risk and cover investment. It is not easy to prepare them for taking a policy. The benefit of digital insurance is more for experienced insurance personnel, while the challenge is for new personnel. The level of competition has increased.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

12 Indians Who Have Been Honored With The Nobel Prize

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12 Indian Nobel Prize winners

12 Indians Who Have Been Honored With The Nobel Prize

It is a matter of great pride and honor for everyone to receive the Nobel Prize. Whatever we have done or will do next, it makes it even more special. So today we will know about 12 such Indians who have been awarded Nobel Prizes like-

1- Rabindranath Tagore: (Literature)

Rabindranath Tagore was the first Indian to receive the Nobel Prize in 1913. He was awarded this award for his contribution in the field of literature. He was also the first Asian to receive this honor. He was the first non-European to receive this award.

2- Chandrasekhar Venkataraman: (Physics)

Chandrashekhar Venkataraman (CV Raman) received this honor in the field of Physics in 1930. When light passes through a transparent medium, then its wavelength (wavelength) changes. This is known as the Raman Effect, for which it was awarded the Nobel Prize.

3- Mother Teresa: (Peace)

Indian Mother Teresa of Albania origin received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. He founded the Mission of Kolkata in 1950. He voluntarily took Indian citizenship in 1948.

4- Amartya Sen: (Economics)

Professor Amartya Sen was the first Asian to receive the 1998 Nobel Prize for Economics. Born in Santiniketan, this economist propounded the concept of public welfare economists. He has written very seriously on topics like poverty and hunger.

5- Kailash Satyarthi: (Peace)

The 2014 Shanti Nobel Prize has been awarded to Kailash Satyarthi. Kailash Satyarthi got this honor because of his work done for children.

6- Hargovind Khurana: (Medicine)

Indian-origin scientist Hargovind Khurana received the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1968. Born in Punjab, Khurana studied at the renowned MIT Institute of America and settled in the US.

7- Subrahmanyam Chandrasekhar: (Physics)

Dr. Subrahmanyam Chandrasekhar received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1983. He was educated at Presidency College, Chennai. Chandrasekhar later moved to America. He wrote several books on topics related to astronomy and solar system.

8- Venkataraman Ramakrishnan: (Chemistry)

Indian-American scientist Venkataraman Ramakrishnan was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in the field of chemistry. Awarded for studies on the structure and function of ribosomes.

9- VS Naipaul: (Literature)

Born in Trinidad and Tobago, Indian-origin writer VS Naipaul was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2001. His ancestors arrived in Trinidad as a Girmitiya laborer from Gorakhpur. His novels were of great importance to India.

10- Ronald Ross: (Medicine)

Ronald Ross was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1902 for his discovery of the life cycle of Plasmodium, a medical and malaria parasite. He was born in a village in Almora district of Kumaon, Uttarakhand.

11- Rudyard Kipling: (Literature)

British writer and poet Rudyard Kipling was awarded the Nobel Prize in the field of literature in 1907. He was born in Mumbai.

12- Dalai Lama: (Peace)

The Dalai Lama received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. The Dalai Lama is known worldwide as the Tibetan religious leader. He was born in 1935 in Tibet. He has been living in India for many years.

Monday, November 18, 2019

What is COPD?? Reason, Treatment, Symptoms

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COPD is a serious disease
What is COPD??  Reason, Treatment, Symptoms

Introduction to COPD

COPD ie "Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease" is a serious respiratory disease. People suffering from COPD mostly suffer from shortness of breath. The situation has become more dangerous due to the cold and poor levels of pollution for the past several weeks. According to research, in 2017 alone 1 million people died due to COPD.

What is COPD?

It is a lung disease in which there is swelling in the windpipe, which causes difficulty in breathing. Lung function is severely affected by COPD. Oxygen is not able to enter the body completely, nor carbon dioxide is completely released. In its different stages, there are holes in the lungs, the lungs shrink, or the lungs may get worse. The damage caused by COPD cannot be completely cured, but it can be controlled with the right treatment and care along with clean weather.

What is the reason for COPD

Smoking is believed to be one of the main causes of COPD. According to experts, 20 to 30 percent of smokers can suffer from this disease. Besides, COPD can also catch people living in damp and damp areas, people living in the heat and smoke generated by cooking, and people living in dust and smoke for a long time. People with asthma can also get the disease from a person due to genetics. In cities where PM 2.5 remains dangerously long in the environment, people may be vulnerable to COPD. In fact, these very subtle particles of PM 2.5 that are not visible, go into our body with breath and get stuck in the lungs and cannot get out, which injures the lungs. In the event of infection, the mucous deposited in those holes are not able to come out, due to which the lungs start to harden gradually. Their contractions do not occur completely while breathing and exhaling. They cannot take oxygen properly. It takes a lot of emphasis to breathe and leave.

What is the treatment of COPD

Lung damage due to COPD cannot be compensated, but the right treatment at the right time can prevent the disease from becoming more serious. The following are the treatments for COPD-
Follow the doctor's instructions thoroughly to maintain medications, inhalers, and nebulizers. Be prepared to make the necessary changes in lifestyle.
➤ Doctors perform the treatment by detecting the condition of the lungs also by chest X-ray, blood test, PFT examination.
➤ If the amount of oxygen in the blood of the patient is found to be less than normal, then the doctor can advise oxygen therapy.
➤ When no other treatment has benefited, doctors may recommend a lung transplant, in which the damaged part is separated.

Always take care

➤ Always keep a mask or scarf on the nose while exiting, so that cold air does not enter the body directly through the nose.
➤ If the mucus has accumulated in the chest, then steam it regularly in the morning and evening.
➤ Those who are on oxygen therapy should monitor the oxygen level in the body through a pulse oximeter.
➤ Avoid dusty and damp places.
➤ Always have fresh homemade food.
➤ Regular exercise and take a walk. Pranayama's actions make the respiratory system strong.
➤ When choosing nebulizer, always choose the right fitting mask. Breathe long through the nose and exhale through the mouth, so that the medicine can get the full benefit. Clean the mask regularly.

Do not ignore these symptoms 

Constant cough accompanied by mucus, frequent chest infections, tiredness, and weakness all the time, slight exertion, sore throat and chest tightness and feeling difficulty breathing for no reason. Symptoms point towards COPD. These symptoms intensify during changing seasons.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Lungs Disease

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Lungs power may not be reduced anywhere
Lungs Disease
Lungs Disease 
Introduction of Lung Diseases

Lung problems due to increasing pollution, poor lifestyle and smoking have already increased considerably. At that time, the problems related to the lungs in the cold increase further. There are three main reasons for this. First, a sharp drop in temperature causes the respiratory tracts to shrink, causing difficulty in breathing. Second, cold and dry air damages the lungs. Thirdly, the pollution levels due to smoke and smoke are higher than the rest of the seasons. Pollution when the ducts and lungs come in contact, damages the DNA of their cells.

1- Fact File 

➤ According to many types of research, there is a direct correlation between gums and lung health. Those who have gum problems should pay special attention to lung health.
➤ 25-30 years ago 95% of cases of lung cancer were seen in smokers and 5% in non-smokers. Today this figure is 50-50%.
➤ Nitrogen oxide levels have risen by 82% in major cities, especially Delhi, Mumbai, in the cold, which damages our lungs.

2- Lung Diseases

The lungs have a special role in our bodies. By taking oxygen from the air through the breath, mixing it in the blood is done by the lungs. Oxygen is needed for the body's cells to function and to compensate for any disturbances in it. If the body does not get enough oxygen, problems related to the heart start increasing, not only the breath. It is the function of the lungs to excrete carbon dioxide from the body and change its pH by increasing or decreasing its amount. Also, they filter out small clots that form in the veins. Chemicals found in the blood also convert angiotensin. These chemicals help in controlling blood pressure. Some of the diseases related to the lungs are as follows-

Asthma: Swelling drains swell, causing them to shrink and trouble to breathe. If it is not controlled in time, the lungs become inflamed and they swell. This increases the risk of an asthma attack.

Bronchitis: Bronchitis is inflammation of the bronchial tubes. There are two types of bronchitis - acute and chronic. Cold and flu viruses cause bronchitis, but sometimes it is also caused by bacteria.

Lung Cancer: In this, there is an uncontrolled growth of cells in one or both lungs. Usually, this cancer occurs in the cells that make up the inner lining of the airways. These cells divide very rapidly and form tumors. According to the World Health Organization, 76 million people worldwide die of lung cancer every year, which is 13% of the total deaths.

Pneumonia: It is a lung infection that can be caused by bacteria or fungus. Pneumonia is more common to men than women because the estrogen in women provides protection from this fungus. Also, pneumonia can be caused by exposure to toxic substances and drugs.

Pulmonary Edema: Pulmonary edema is a condition caused by excessive fluid filling in the lungs, causing problems with breathing. These fluids are filled in various air sacs of the lungs. The main reason for this is heart problems. This sudden pulmonary edema is an emergency. It can be fatal if not treated in time.

TB: Tuberculosis is a serious bacterial infection that mainly affects the lungs. It is caused by bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The transmission of TB is by air from an infected person. It can be cured with medicines. But as this bacterium is highly potent, it may take 6-9 months to completely destroy it.

3- Lam lung disease(lymphangioleiomyomatosis)

This is a rare lung disease that is more common in young women. In this disease, the muscle cells that make up the inner lining of lungs, respiratory tract and blood vessels begin to grow abnormally. These cells also spread to areas of the lungs where they should not be. Air sacs present in the lungs also swell and form small pockets called cysts. These cysts spread throughout the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing.

4- They cause damage to lungs

➤ Smoking and being amid a smoker.
➤ Breathing in polluted air.
➤ Radiation therapy used in breast cancer treatment. Antibiotics used in the treatment of cancer and irregular heartbeat.
➤ Lung weakness with increasing age.
➤ Too much acidity and indigestion.
➤ Do not clean teeth.

5- See a doctor if

➤ you started breathing even in some work.
➤Breathing pain started.
➤ Dizzy to work.
➤ Keep coughing continuously.
➤ breathing with the sound of the house to house. Snoring too fast.
➤ Blood comes with phlegm.

6- Respiratory Failure

This occurs when sufficient oxygen does not reach the bloodstream from the lungs. This can also happen when the lungs are not able to remove carbon dioxide from the blood. This increases the amount of carbon dioxide in the body, which can damage the body parts. Some diseases such as COPD and pneumonia, which cause problems with breathing, can also cause respiratory failure. Also, stroke, spinal cord injury, damaged tissues and ribs around the lungs, drug and alcohol overdose and suffocation due to smoke and toxic gas can cause respiratory failure. Oxygen therapy and other treatments are done to save the victim's life.

7- Do this work for good lung health   

➤ Do not smoke directly or indirectly.
➤ Use nutritional and balanced food. Eat more antioxidant-rich foods such as broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage. This reduces the risk of lung cancer by up to 50%. A research conducted in Britain has revealed that people who consume tomatoes three times a week, their lung function improves.
➤ Avoid pollution, use a scarf or mask if you get out of the house. Air purification systems can also be installed. Avoid contact with pet fur. Do not always keep windows and doors closed. Let fresh air come in.
➤ Do not let the body lack water. The innermost layer of the lungs, called the mucosal lining, is extremely thin. To keep it healthy, drink 6-8 glasses of water daily and also consume other fluids.
➤ Laugh openly. Laughing is a good exercise to increase lung capacity. This also cleanses the lungs.
ΰ€•ΰ€°ें Reduce salt, caffeine and alcohol intake.
➤ Do not let the weight gain. Weight has a direct effect on lung health. The muscles of the respiratory system have to work hard.
➤ Be physically active. Like the rest of the body, physical inactivity also affects the lungs. The lungs also require 30 minutes of exercise per day. Exercise, yoga or brisk walking, increases lung capacity.
➤ Keep the correct pose. Sit with the spine straight, so that the lungs can get enough space. Work in a chair in the office throughout the day, then every two hours, lean back on the chair for four to five minutes, lift the chest slightly and take a deep breath.

Friday, November 15, 2019

21 unique Cyber Security

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Demand is high in the cyber-security world, but experts are few

21 unique Cyber Security

Introduction to Cyber Security

Nowadays cyber crimes are increasing day by day. Therefore, cyber-security has become mandatory for everyone. Many cyber-security companies exist, provide us with cyber-security services and protect us from cyber-attacks. National Cyber-Security exists to protect us from cyber-attacks which largely protects us from cyber-attacks.

                    Because of cyber attacks, there are increasing job opportunities in this field and the demand for it is increasing continuously.

1- Found new technology

Companies associated with IT security are pointing to the use of technology such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. Apart from this, there will be significant work in the field of IoT (Internet of Things) security in the coming years. Block-chain technologies are also proving to be important in preventing online fraud and data theft. Now security professionals are also joining the process of app development. Today, companies want professionals who have an understanding of cyber-security in addition to web development or network management. Therefore, the youth are focusing on increasing skills in this direction.

2- Who gets the opportunity for cyber-security

If a youth is graduating in any technical subject of computer or IT, then he can step into the cyber-security field. For jobs in cyber-security, youth must have basic knowledge of IT, network management and operating systems. Admission depends on which position the youth is eligible for. Due to the technical field, only those who have studied engineering or related courses in IT register it more. For larger positions, employers expect a bachelor's degree in computer science or a degree in cyber-security and related fields.
➤ Those youth who are from a non-technical background, CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor), CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) and can obtain opportunities in this field after obtaining a prestigious certification. If youth are involved in the management or non-programming IT sector, they can get accreditation in addition to these certifications such as CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) and ISO 27001.
➤ Youth with technical backgrounds who are following computer science-related courses can strengthen their claims by taking certification courses like OSCP (Aggressive Security Certified Professional), GSEC (Zeek Security Compulsory Certification) and CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker). Keep in mind that it is important to know your interests well before choosing any course or certificate to advance in career.

3- Major Institutions

➤ Indian Institute of Information Technology, Prayagraj
➤ Nirma University
➤ University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun
➤ National Institute of Technology, Calicut
➤ Atal Bihari Vajpayee IIIT & Management, Gwalior

4- Some Major Professions

The cybersecurity worlds are divided into the following names such as; Information Security, Computer Security, IT Security, Cyber ​​Security Information, Cyber ​​Security Services, ICS Cyber ​​Security, Cyber ​​Security Center, IBM Cyber ​​Security, IoT Cyberspace, KPMG Cyber ​​Security, Computer Security Services, Cyber ​​Security Management, ESET Cyber ​​Security, Cyber Security Audit, Reddit Cyber ​​Security, Latency Cyber ​​Security Cyberspace, MSC Cyberspace, PWC Cyberspace, NIST Cyber ​​Security, etc.
             Today almost every company is taking the help of experts to secure its internet services and the data present online. The activities of the digital security professional in the field of work are not as common as 9 am to 5 pm in the general office. It depends on their company, size, and restrictions. Almost every cybersecurity company has a security assessment team. This team keeps its customers informed about cyber threats in detail. Interested youth can go to the profession of their choice according to their interests. Some of which are…

 Network security expert- Nowadays every big company has a network of computers. These companies are taking the services of these professionals to protect their computer networks from threats like viruses. To get into this profession, it is better to do OSCP like certification with graduation in the computer-related subjects.

Cyber Forensic Expert- The work of professionals begins after a cybercrime occurs. He investigates the case by taking all the computers under his control and tries to bring back the stolen data.

Mobile Security Auditing- Today we do more transactions through mobile-only. Companies associated with mobile services are taking the services of these professionals to protect their customers' mobile sets and they're interconnected.

Web Security Auditor- These professionals are appointed by companies operating in online transactions, such as banks or companies involved in cybersecurity such as Quickheel. These professionals have to check the website and find flaws so that sensitive information can be protected.

5- How to increase capacity in the cybersecurity 

To become a cybersecurity expert, you have to have a practical understanding of the subjects studied. We will fully understand the technology, only then we will be able to specialize in hacking and other cybersecurity measures. Focus on increasing skills. Take training in a young cybersecurity company.

6- Salary

The salary of a professional is done by the experience and position of the person. Generally, a professional gets a package of up to Rs 6 lakhs in the beginning. If someone has studied from a better institution, then the salary can be even better. A youth can increase their importance by getting better certification and get a good package.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Insomnia risk of a heart attack in people

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Insomnia risk of a heart attack in people

Insomnia risk of a heart attack in people


One in three people is suffering from sleeplessness worldwide. The risk of heart disease is 18 percent more, for those who do not sleep. 
             If you also have sleeplessness, then be careful, because you may be at greater risk of heart attacks and encephalitis. This has been revealed in recent research. Scientists conducted a study on half a million people. It has been found that the risk of heart attack and cerebral palsy in people suffering from sleep apnea was 20% higher than others.

Changes in physical systems

This research in China corroborates earlier research that establishes the link between sleep deprivation and poor health. According to the researchers, one in three people suffers from sleepiness and their physical functioning changes.

Sleep is an essential part of life so that people can feel refreshed and work every day. It also calms the immune system and the cardiovascular system. In addition, it gives time for the repair of all organs.

Behavioral therapy can treat

Research results suggest that if we treat people suffering from 'behavioral therapy', the research results can reduce the number of heart attacks, encephalitis, and other diseases. There is also a strong correlation between sleep and illness in youth. According to research from the University of Colorado, people who sleep only five hours a day have a 52% higher risk of a heart attack.

This is how the research was done

Experts believe that lack of sleep leads to an increase in blood pressure and also disrupts metabolism. Both these reasons lead to heart-related diseases. Chinese researchers monitored 5 million people for 10 years. The average age of all these participants was 51 years and there was no history of heart disease.
                Researchers get information about all these sleeping habits. During the research, 1,30,032 cases of stroke, stroke, and heart disease were reported. During this research, researchers also took into account factors such as alcohol intake, smoking, and inactivity.

The risk of diseases increases

Research findings have shown that the risk of these diseases was up to 18 percent higher among people suffering from sleeplessness. Those who used to get sleepy early in the morning and who could not sleep again, the risk of diseases was 7% higher. At the same time, among those who could not concentrate during the day work due to poor sleep, the risk of diseases was 13% higher.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Heart patent should not do this at all

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Study: Loneliness dangerous for heart patients

Heart patent should not do this at all


A study has shown that the risk of death is higher in those who live alone. According to the study, heart patients who feel lonely are more likely to die within one year of discharge from the hospital.
          The study found that male patients had twice the risk of death compared to non-male patients. While the risk of death was double in female patients. While the risk of loneliness was almost three times higher for female patients.

Loneliness reduces the quality of life

According to the researchers, previous research suggests that loneliness and poor social relationships are related to the risk of developing and dying of "coronary artery disease". However, it is unclear whether other types of cardiovascular patients may also be affected by feeling alone. Also, feeling alone can have the same effect.
         To see this, the researchers examined the health outcomes in one year of patients suffering from coronary heart disease, abnormal heart rate, heart failure and other heart diseases during 2013–14. Of these, 70 percent were male, with an average age of 66 years. On discharge from the hospital, a questionnaire was prepared on their physical health, mental health, quality of life and levels of depression and anxiety. In addition, patients were asked about their health habits, smoking, and alcohol consumption. Along with this, they also got information about how often they take their prescribed medicines. Researchers used national data to find that people who felt lonely had a lower quality of life.

Poor lifestyle also has negative effects

A year later, researchers checked national registry data to see this. How has heart health and how many of them died? They found that loneliness was largely associated with physical health after one year had ended.
        The researchers said that although the findings are in line with previous research, that loneliness is linked to heart disease, neuroendocrine disease, and the immune system as well as trillions of lifestyles that negatively impact health.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Skin Disease or Skin Problem

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Why the skin is getting 'sick' 

Introduce to skin disease or skin problem  

Skin is one of the largest organs of our body both in terms of size and weight. But our attention to the health of the skin comes only when there is a change in it. Be it the spots, spots, signs of aging, or any skin disease.
             The truth is that our skin is magical. It has many functions. Apart from protecting the skin from many types of infections, we also protect ourselves from the sun's ultraviolet rays. Not only this, but the skin is also home to millions of bacteria and bacteria, which proves helpful in various physical activities.

What is enmity with cold skin
In winter, the oil glands under the skin are not active. Due to this, the natural oil produced in them does not reach the upper surface of the skin in sufficient quantity. Due to dryness, the beauty of the skin starts to deteriorate, so it needs to be maintained naturally. According to dermatologists, one should avoid using soap in winter and use feshwash, body wash, and shopper gel instead. Do not use Aromatic Aromatic Soaps and such products which have high chemical content. Use moisturizers and cold chemicals that can help with skin healing elements such as; Collagen, lactic acid, etc., so that the skin gets relief from the appearance.

Skin puzzle
Our skin is divided into three layers (epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous). The epidermis is the outer layer of skin, which comes in direct contact with dust, dirt, sunlight, and sunlight. This layer of skin changes to a new layer every 28 days. This process is more rapid in infants. The process of skin healing starts to slow down with aging. The second layer of skin, the dermis, contains blood vessels, which carry oxygen and other nutrients throughout the body and excrete waste materials from the body. The collagen that makes the skin flexible and the sweat glands that control body temperature are also in this layer of the skin. The third layer of skin, subcutaneous, consists of large blood vessels and veins. This layer of skin plays an important role in controlling body temperature.

Some major skin problems
In addition to local weather, pollution, humidity, swollen light, etc., our skin health also affects genetics. Not taking proper care of the skin or using the wrong beauty products also affects it. Some skin diseases are also infected. Come, know about some common skin diseases and ways to avoid them ...

(1) Psoriasis


Sometimes the disease-resistant system of the body starts sending wrong messages and due to this, the cells of skin start growing rapidly. This causes red or white rashes on the skin. This skin disease is called psoriasis. This disease is more than cold. Although psoriasis problems are mainly seen in the elbow and knee area, it can also spread to other parts of the body. The relief is that the disease is not contagious. A sudden change in body or bad lifestyle is responsible for this.

Treatment of Psoriasis: To get rid of psoriasis, cleanse the skin every day with antibacterial soap and apply moisturizer there. It is better to take correct treatment after consulting a dermatologist. Light therapy along with drugs has to be resorted to if ignored for a long time.

(2) Acne

To keep the skin healthy, it is very important to have a connection between the pores and oil-producing organs. When the nightlight stops and the plexus stops in lack of care, the result is in the form of acne or pimples. About 60% of people suffer from acne. Acne is mainly on the face, chest, neck, back, and shoulders. These can be caused by fluctuating hormones, jeans, increasing moisture in the environment, excessive sweating and some medications.

Treatment of acne: To cure acne, wash the affected area two to three times a day with anti-bacterial face wash, apply moisturizer, do not rub the grains. If there is more acne, consult a dermatologist.

(3) Fungal Infection

Fungal infections can occur in air, soil, plant, water… anywhere. Skin fungal infection is a common disease and it is also possible to treat it immediately by consulting a doctor. However, the main problem with this infection is that it is not easy to eliminate the fungus from the root. Once it occurs, the likelihood of it happening again and again increases. Due to excessive use of OTC (over the counter) creams, the effects of these creams on most infections have stopped. Previously, where it was possible to control fungal infections by 100%, now 50% of infections return despite the fungal infection treatment. People with weak immunity, children, the elderly, as well as patients with AIDS, HIV, cancer, and diabetes are more prone to infection. Such people are at risk of fungal infections, who sweat excessively, work in places with high humidity, wear tight clothes or come in contact with people suffering from fungal infections. 

(4) Dyshidrotic eczema

Eczema is a long-term victim's disease. There are not only rashes in different parts of the skin, but it is also very itchy. Eczema is also called 'dermatitis'. In this disease, in addition to rashes and itching, the affected skin also starts thinning out. This disease is mainly responsible for genetics, direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight and extremely dry skin. Children of eczema in childhood have the possibility of getting the disease in adolescence and puberty when they are aging.

Treatment of Dyshidrotic Eczema: To get rid of eczema, it is very important to keep the skin clean and provide moisture to it. Keep in mind that your skin should never be dry. Follow the instructions given by the doctor.