10 Tips to Help You Manage Your Stress This Holiday Season

0 December 15, 2017

We know how magical the holiday season can be. It’s the “most wonderful time of the year”…. or is it really?! This time of year people are rushing around getting their Christmas lists checked off, fighting colds, watching their bank account go down, and STRESSING. Don’t kid yourself – the holiday’s are a stressful time of year!

Here are 10 tips to help you manage your stress this holiday season.

#1. Avoid Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine

Caffeine and nicotine are stimulants and so will increase your level of stress rather than reduce it. Alcohol is a depressant when taken in large quantities, but acts as a stimulant in smaller quantities. Therefore using alcohol as a way to alleviate stress is not ultimately helpful. Swap caffeinated and alcoholic drinks for water, herbal teas, or diluted natural fruit juices and aim to keep yourself hydrated as this will enable your body to cope better with stress.

#2. Indulge in Physical Activity

Stressful situations increase the level of stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol in your body. These are the “fight or flight” hormones that evolution has hard-wired into our brains and which are designed to protect us from immediate bodily harm when we are under threat. However, stress in the modern age is rarely remedied by a fight or flight response, and so physical exercise can be used as a surrogate to

0 December 3, 2017

Type 1 and Type 2 and both are chronic diseases which have a bad impact on the way your body produces and controls glucose or blood sugar.

Glucose is the fuel which feeds the cells of your body but in order to enter the cells, it needs insulin. People who are suffering from Type 1 diabetes don’t produce insulin and it can be said that they don’t produce the key ingredient which takes glucose into your body cells. On the other hand, people with Type 2 diabetes lose the ability to respond to insulin in a way they should and eventually they even don’t make enough insulin. So, they have a broken key. Both kinds of diabetes can lead to high levels of blood sugar and this boosts the risk of complications related to diabetes.

Symptoms of diabetes  + what you should be aware of 

If you don’t control it, both kinds of diabetes have similar symptoms which might include:

  • Frequent urination
  • Feeling extremely hungry
  • Feeling thirsty and drinking
  • Feeling tired
  • Sores or cuts which don’t heal properly
  • Blurred vision

People who are suffering from mood swings and irritability can be diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and they can even lose weight unintentionally. Type 2 diabetes can show symptoms like tingling in their feet and hands and numbness. Though there are some common symptoms relat

0 November 16, 2017

Health plays a major role in our life and when it comes to our children we will do anything for them. There is an ongoing debate whether public school health safety is better than private schools? We all consider that a healthy mind and body will also mean that you are in a better place of dodging obesity or suffering another illness. This is important to think about when choosing a safe and healthy environment for your children as they spend most of their time in school.

Benefits of Safe Public School

We all know that public schools sometimes aren’t as good as private schools but we can make public schools just as good by adding a little bit of effort. The most obvious benefit of a public school is the decreasing cost of fees. Public schools are low in price because the government has to help the school out by supporting state financials. Nowadays, people demand a public school because it’s very difficult to hire private school teachers and employees. Safe public school should focus on health services that control diseases, record keeping and supervision of the health of school children and personnel.

Some Major Goals Government should Play

Public school should start a health program every year that is free of cost so that each student is available to medical treatment. The Government must be focused on health services dealt with health appraisals, control o