Fertility meditation: Can meditation help with getting pregnant?

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The main causes of physical and mental tiredness are the modern lifestyle and hectic schedules. And we all know that stress can be extremely difficult to handle and that it can result in a number of health issues, including infertility (among both...

Navratri: Fitness queen Malaika Arora reminds us to keep the warrior within us alive

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Durga Ashtami is one of the most auspicious day during the Navratri festival and Durga Puja festivities. Maha Ashtami is commemorated with much zeal across the country. Maa Durga is known for her infinite feminine valour and resilience. This day celebrates the...

5 ways to walk to slow down ageing and stay young

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Walking is the most basic, but important way to stay fit. But most of us don’t give much thought to how we walk or whether we should improve the way we walk. However, walking correctly helps to prevent back, hip, neck, and leg pain and injury risk while also promoting good posture, strong bones,...

Heart attacks at gym: What to keep in mind before pushing your fitness limits

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Exercise is good for health, but over-exercising may not be! How much workout is too much can depend from person-to-person, based on their agility, stamina and most importantly, heart health. In the recent past, we have seen several heart attack cases in gyms. Popular Indian comedian Raju Srivastava is the latest notable name to...

Practice these 5 warm-up exercises before yoga daily

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No one is alien to the health benefits of indulging in yoga daily. For years, yoga has been considered a spiritual practice that can bring alignment of the body, mind and spirit. However, what we forget is that prepping up with some low-key warm-up exercises holds equal importance. They might feel boring, but doing...

Practice yoga twists to improve flexibility and digestion

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There is no better way to include yoga in your everyday living to stay fit. Whether it’s during the morning when you wake up, or after a busy and hectic day, there will be nothing better than stretching yourself well. You should do some mild yoga stretches to loosen up. Yoga has been practiced...

World Alzheimer’s Day: 5 exercises for brain to prevent risk of dementia

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People often relate dementia or Alzheimer’s with older people. But what facts and a study show is that this disease may begin to accumulate in the human brain as early as their 20s. So, clearly you are in that age bracket, you’re also at a risk! Fortunately, performing a few exercises for brain on...

Stress reduction to weight management: How exercise boosts fertility

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Exercising regularly is more beneficial for you than you think. It keeps your body fit and healthy, but do you know that it also positively affects your chances of conception? Earlier, women were advised to stop exercising to increase their chances of conception as people believed that over-exertion can decrease Fertility. But now doctors...

PCOS exercise plan: 3-reasons to include Pilates, shares Yasmin Karachiwala

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS is an endocrine condition which results in enlarged ovaries with tiny cysts on the margins. Although the exact cause of this syndrome is unknown, it may be a result of both hereditary and environmental factors. It cannot be cured, but you can manage the condition with a PCOS exercise...

Must-do yoga stretches after a rejuvenating, but hectic trek

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A trek can be all things fun and adventure! It can also be about soaking in eye-soothing sights and sounds of nature. Although climbing and walking through mountains may be interesting and enjoyable, it can also be physically strenuous. Does that imply that we should abandon our plans to go on a trek? Clearly...

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