Posted: April 14, 2022
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Posted: June 15, 2021
Women's health and diseases differ from those of men, due to their unique biological, social and behavioral conditions. Starting from menarche up to menopause, a woman undergoes various physiological and psychological changes throughout her life. Menarche is considered as the central event of female puberty as it signals the possibility of having offspring whereas menopause marks the end of fertility.
At the menopausal phase, women experience functional deterioration of hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis resulting in hormonal imbalance, and a variety of symptoms known as menopausal discomforts which impact their quality of life. More than 50% of menopausal woman have reported leg pain and inflammation as their main botheration. Hot flashes, sweating, insomnia and depression are the other most common health issues among menopausal women. Falling estrogen levels and hormonal imbalance have been primarily identified as the reason for menopausal
Posted: June 15, 2021
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a complex multifactorial disorder ofglucose intolerance resulting from the dysfunction of pancreaticβ-cells and insulin resistance. Most of the people around the globe are living with diabetes. According to International diabetes federation, approximately 463 million adults (20-79 years) were reported with diabetes; by 2045 this is expected to rise to 700 million…!!!
The sedentary lifestyle and improper food habits are considered as the main culprits in the pathophysiology of this major metabolic syndrome, in addition to the genetic factors. Generally, people are gradually falling into diabetes from an unnoticed prediabetic stage, since these stages do not create noticeable health issues. Once diagnosed with diabetes, a lifelong administration of synthetic anti diabetic drugs along with little change in life style is consideredas the best available treatment of choice, to date. Mo
Posted: June 15, 2021
Liver is one of the heaviest organs in the human body and serves the principal function of maintaining body’s internal milieu. In addition to its function in metabolizing nutrients, the liver is able to store and release a variety of substrates, vitamins and minerals and plays a crucial role in drug and bilirubin metabolism. It is the largest reticulo-endothelial organ in the body and important in removing infecting bacteria and bacterial toxins, which often enter the body from the gut. A wide variety of inflammatory mediators that may act locally or may be released into the systemic circulation are produced by the liver cells. Being the detox center of the body, liver does various hazardous functions which in turn makes it weak. Liver diseases account for approximately 2 million deaths per year globally. About 2 billion people consume alcohol worldwide and upwards of 75 million are diagnosed with alcohol-use related disorders and are at risk o
Posted: May 12, 2021
A sizable population worldwide has been reported to suffer from one or more gastrointestinal disorders, which ultimately affects their quality of life. These are disorders with a wide range of symptoms, ranging from dyspepsia to severe carcinomas. Functional dyspepsia (FD), a persisting dyspepsia condition characterized by discomforts such as bloating, early satiety, postprandial fullness, belching, heart burn, indigestion, and epigastric pain has been reported to cause about 10-30% prevalence worldwide. The absence of a safe medication to manage this condition of health is a major challenge in the current scenario.
Ayurveda, the Indian System of Medicine believed to be developed 5000 years ago, has beautifully described a spectrum of diseases that can be related to FD. Functional dyspepsia is regarded as a swatantravyadhi (independent disease), caused by conditions of aggravated pitta (amlapitta) or indigestion caused by aggravated pitta (vidagdhaajeerna).
Posted: April 26, 2021
In anatomy, a ‘joint’ refers to the union of bones. Cartilages, ligaments, tendons & synovial membranes are in harness with the bones to form a joint. There are mobile and immobile joints, in which mobile joints (synovial) make us to move. Wear and tear is quiet common among moving joints; the probability of degenerative changes are high irrespective of the chronological age. These changes may lead to osteoarthritis (OA); the patients usually suffer from pain and functional restrictions. As the disease progresses, the affected joints are presented with palpable or sometimes audible coarse crepitus and bony swellings (osteophytes) around the joint margins. Deformity, muscle weakness, wasting around the joint and mild synovitis may also be seen.
Osteoarthritis is a highly prevalent rheumatic musculoskeletal disorder that has affected almost 300 million people globally. The prevalence of OA is rising due, in part, to the increasing prevalence of OA ris
Posted: April 25, 2021
A spicy grill, a juicy steak or your favourite tandoori chicken is no more a restaurant food if you have the perfect marinades that suit your needs. Marinades are now an inevitable part of fries and grills giving a distinctive character to your foods, with their spicy, hot, sour, or sweet flavours. What makes marination popular is its ability to break down the food tissue, allowing more moisture and more flavour to penetrate into the meat. Most marinades are infused with flavours using ingredients like spices, oils, seasonings and herbs which allow you to decide how your food should taste.
Why do we need marinades?
Marinating tougher cuts of meat tends to tenderize the meat and make them more pleasing to eat. Digestion of proteins becomes easier if the meat is marinated with naturally acidic additives, such as vinegar or citrus juices. In addition to that, marinades help to lock in moisture so that your meat doesn't dry and