Cover Your Ears on Public Transport

The study is the first to look at and quantify the number of noise people is exposed to, during their daily commute on the Toronto Transit System.

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Difference Between Pranayama and Breathing

Pranayama and Breathing I agree everybody knows how to breathe, even a newborn child. Still, these days most of us Read more

Insomnia – A Short Communication Study

Insomnia is related to sleep physiological and cognitive arousal which interferes with sleep. The more an individual strives to sleep, the more frustration builds. The more impairs sleep. It is also associated with other psychological complaints like fatigue, boredom decreased energy and mood disturbances.

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Smartphone addiction creates imbalance in brain

According to a recent Pew Research Center study, 46 percent of Americans say they could not live without their smartphones. Researchers have found an imbalance in the brain chemistry of young people addicted to smartphones and the internet.

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Vitamin D deficiency – A ‘Silent Epidemic’

Due to adoption of urban lifestyles, vitamin D deficiency has reached epidemic proportions; 90% of patients we see are severely vitamin D deficient.

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Audible Vibrations Devices to heal the stress

98% of all Degenerative Diseases such as depression, heart ailments, weight fluctuations, hormonal imbalances and sexual disorders are caused by Stress

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The fundamentals on which the Ayurvedic system is based are essentially true for all ages and so can be easily adopted time after time, century after century. By Indu S Arya

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