How Can You Support The Mental Health Of Your Employees?
Most people don’t consider mental health seriously and there is also a social stigma in society for people with mental problems but mental health is serious and it can severely impact work performance, lead to decreased productivity, and even cause physical health issues too.
Tobacco consumption causes osteoporosis, say experts
Prof Shah Waliullah, senior faculty at the orthopaedic department of King George's Medical University (KGMU), said, "Bones have two types of cells called osteoclasts and osteoblasts. They are responsible for making and breaking bones. Osteoclasts are the cells that break bones in so that they can be remodelled, while osteoblasts form new bones after breakage done by the prior and this procedure keeps going on continuously."
Livers have potential to function for more than 100 years: Study
The researchers said they studied these livers to identify characteristics to determine why these organs are so resilient, paving the way for considering the potential expanded use of older liver donors. "Livers are incredibly resilient organs," said lead study author Yash Kadakia from the University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas.
The power of positive relationships on mental health
If you know someone who is struggling with their mental health, here are some ways to help them deal with their crisis and be that one person in their lives who can truly help make a difference shared by Dilshad Khurana, Psychologist, Head Mpower, Helpline. Be empathetic: Empathy is the basis of most human relationships, and it is an even more crucial component when dealing with someone who is going through a mental health crisis
6 mental health tips for Indian millennials that actually work
Here's a look at 6 practical suggestions for the mental wellness of Indian millennials. Disconnect from electronics and social media. We must do the same when spending time with family and friends as we do when attending meetings at business by keeping our phones on silent mode.
Restore your heart with meditation
Mindfulness and meditation can benefit overall health, including heart health. The age-old practice uses quiet contemplation, breathing and sustained focus to help let go of stress and feel more calm and peaceful. It can be thought of as a mini-vacation from stress in life.
Being zen at 30?
Stress at work and pressure from relationships get incredibly hard to handle, especially in your mid-30s. First of all, stress cannot be physically handled by the body, and managing it mentally may be more difficult. A person may experience stress for a variety of reasons, some of which may be more complicated than the problems they dealt with earlier in life. But practising mindfulness and being in the now can help reduce stress and enable people to live joyful, distraction-free lives.