Saturday, June 20, 2009

How to reduce heartburn

The first thing to check, if you suffer from heartburn, is your diet. Pay good attention to what you consume. Another factor that is responsible for heartburn is stress. Try and meditate for a few minutes daily. Spicy foods and sweet treats and even some tomato-based products can give you heartburn, so avoid eating them. Include ginger in your diet — it could be in any form. Ginger is known to be a good digestive and is a good cure for heartburn. Following a diet that is rich in green leafy vegetables is also a good idea. Avoid drinks that can trigger reflux, such as alcohol, caffeinated drinks like coffee and carbonated drinks like colas.
    Eat smaller and more frequent meals. A full stomach can put additional pressure on the lower esophageal sphincter, which will increase the chance of some of this food refluxing into the esophagus.
    Elevate your head a few inches while you sleep. Lying down flat presses the stomach's contents and can cause heartburn. With the head higher than the stomach, gravity helps reduce the pressure.

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...say the Deols, as they share their diet and fitness regime with BT. 


On the six-pack phenomenon
Unfortunately today, having a six-pack has become everyone's idea of being fit. It's basic human nature to be liked and admired, everyone wants to look good! What one must remember is that a sixpack may look good, but it
doesn't necessarily mean that a person is healthy. I truly believe that a healthy soul is the way to a healthy body — it helps you in all other aspects of your life. I've been health-conscious even before I entered the Hindi film industry — I was a good athlete as a student and that helped me immensely. Keeping yourself healthy helps as you age. If you look after yourself from the start, you'll only have yourself to thank later. 

On his workout regime Back in my days we didn't have gyms to go to or trainers to train us. We did a few basic exercises and kept fit by indulging in sports like kabbadi, hockey and relays. Today, I make sure I'm active by going for regular walks and also do an hour of pranayam daily. Initially, I used to find it boring, but now I'm addicted to it. Pranayam opens your mind and gets rid of so many ailments — it's helped me a great deal and I recommend it to everyone. 

On his diet We eat mostly vegetarian fare at home, it's easier to digest. Nonvegetarian food is cooked only every other fortnight. I relish simple, home-cooked food. 

On his happiness quotient Getting together with friends, joking and laughing together is what makes me really happy. It helps me unwind and is a great way to spend evenings. We avoid boring and negative subjects or gossiping and backbiting. My mantra in life is to stay positive — it shows on your face. If you appreciate the good things in life, you'll be a happier person. 

Sunny Deol On the six pack phenomena The six-pack phenomena has suddenly gained momentum. However, I feel most people train themselves to a point, develop their physique and then forget about it. They take their workout routine to an
extreme level and then totally give up. I find a lot of people using shortcut methods and taking supplements to achieve the body they desire. For me, what's more important is maintaining good overall health, and enjoying your workout routine. Keeping fit today has become a global fad, which is quite positive. I think yoga is the best form of exercise and meditation; however, it has become too commercial. If you enjoy a jog or walk or any kind of sport, you should do it. Good health makes you feel positive and helps you take on the world.

On his workout routine I have recently developed a back problem due to which I had to be operated a couple of times, so my routine has slowed down a bit. I usually workout for a couple of hours in the gym. I do cardio and weights — both freehand and cable. I try to enjoy my workout rather than drive myself to the point of torture. I also love to play games and was in the athletics and other game teams in school. I love playing football, squash, badminton, table tennis and even swimming. I can pick up any sport really fast. 

On his diet While working out, you anyway tend to burn a good number of calories and I also avoid junk food. I am mostly vegetarian. I'm not very rigid about my diet and do
indulge myself once in a while. I mostly prefer eating home-cooked food. 

My idea of relaxation For me, there is no better way to unwind than by playing sports. I also like to relax by spending time with my kids.

THE ORIGINAL HE-MAN: Dharmendra looking fit as ever

MUSCLE MAN: Sunny Deol during one of his training sessions in the gym 
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Dr Rishma Pai talks about the four major illnesses that ail women

 We all know that women often neglect their own health whilst taking care of the ones around them. The fast paced urban lifestyle, coupled with a poor diet, lack of exercise and rest, is a recipe for disaster. Here are diseases that women over 35 years of age need to watch out for.
An increasing number of women today are facing the problem of fibroids. Affecting women over the age of 35, fibroids are the most common form of non-cancerous tumours found in a woman's reproductive system. They are essentially benign but could prove to be dangerous if unheeded. However early diagnosis followed by treatment may reduce the chances of further risk.
Some women with fibroids may have no symptoms at all while others may experience:
    Increase in menstrual bleeding, irregular vaginal bleeding.
    Bleeding with blood clots.
    Pressure on the bladder causing more frequent urination.
    Abdominal pain and discomfort.
A sonographic test has to be conducted in order to ascertain the growth of fibroids.
Surgical procedures include:
+ Myomectomy: removal of the fibroids that are causing symptoms. + Hysterectomy: involves a complete removal of the uterus.This can be done laparoscopically, by making several small incisions in the abdomen.

Nonsurgical procedures include:
+ MRI focus: which helps in dissolving the lump or tumour.
Menstrual disorders may intensify after women cross the age of 35 due to hormonal changes, intake of emergency contraceptive pills, stress, thyroid, pregnancy or abortion.
Painful cramps during menstruation. Excessive bleeding. Period irregularity. Scanty bleeding. Postmenopausal bleeding could be a sign of cancer.

Cervical cancer is the most common form of cancer affecting women. India has the highest number of women suffering from this disease, in which the cells on the surface of the cervix grow uncontrollably, leading to cancer. The human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the main cause of cervical cancer, is transmitted during unprotected intercourse.
A major breakthrough has been the HPV vaccine. It is usually given at after the age of 12.

Breast cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer among women and affects approximately one million women worldwide. Being a genetic disease, the chances of acquiring it are higher if there is a family history of breast cancer. The risk factor is highest among women who have their first child after the age of 35 and these women have an even higher risk than women who have no children.
A lump in the breast or an irregularity in the breast tissue.
    Breast cancer is now commonly diagnosed by breast screening in women who have no symptoms.

+ Hormonal Therapy. + Chemotherapy.
A hormone test or sonography may help to rule out the possibility of cancer.
Diabetes among women has been on the rise. The chances of getting type-2 diabetes increases after the age of 45. It may be due to genetic reasons or lifestyle related problems. Asia and specifically India has the largest population of diabetic patients. A sedentary lifestyle, obesity, an unhealthy diet, lack of exercise and a family history of diabetes may in
crease the likelihood of diabetes.
The typical symptoms of diabetes include:
    Polyuria or severe urination.
    Persistent fatigue.
    Many infections associated with diabetes might be dangerous as they impair the body's ability to fend off diseases.
+ Oral or insulin test + Exercise: Regular exercise, in any form, can help reduce the risk of developing diabetes. + Diet: A nutritious diet can go a long way in controlling blood sugar levels and preventing complications.

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A goal in life will help you live longer

 Having a goal in life, which may be as small as reading a series of books, helps people live longer, say researchers.
    "It can be anything —from wanting to accomplish a goal in life, to achieving something in a volunteer organization, to as little as reading a series of books," said study author Patricia Boyle, a neuropsychologist at the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center and professor of behavioral sciences at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, reports Health Day News.
    "We found that people who reported a greater level of purpose in life were substantially less likely to die over the follow-up period — only about half as likely to die over the follow-up period — as compared to people with a lower level of purpose," Boyle said. The follow-up period averaged nearly three years.
    Boyle and her colleagues studied 1,238 older adults already participating in two ongoing research studies at Rush, the Rush Memory and Aging Project and the Minority Aging Research Study. The participants were all demen
tia-free when the study began and averaged 78 years old. At the start of the study, the participants answered questions about their purpose in life.
    Boyle found that those with a higher sense of purpose had about half the risk of dying during the follow-up period as did those with a lower sense of purpose.
    And that was true, she said, even after controlling for such factors as depressive symptoms, chronic medical conditions and disability.
    What's the link? Boyle can't say for sure. But it could be that having a greater sense of purpose helps multiple systems of the body function better, conferring protection in the face of illness. AGENCIES

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For those of you who want great pair of legs we have some easy yogasanas which will ensure that you too have those million dollar legs..


Utkatasan: Stand up and bend your knees slightly.


Take your hands behind your head and pulse down. This asana strengthens the ankles, thighs and shapes the lower muscles of the body.


Vrikshasana: Stand up and bring your left knee on to your right thigh.


Keep your eyes focussed on one point and slowly bring your hands up and balance yourself. This asana is beneficial in strengthening the ankles and knees. It also improves your concentration.


Veerbhadrasana: Keep your legs wide apart and your hands straight.


Point your right toe towards your right hand and bend towards the same side and look at your hand. Repeat it on the other side.



Moordasana: Open your legs as wide as you can and bend down and touch the ground. Come up slowly. A word of caution for those of you having a knee pain. Do get in touch with a doctor before doing these exercises.

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