Healthy young adults who had COVID-19 may have long-term impact on blood vessels and heart health

Healthy young adults who had COVID-19 may have long-term impact on blood vessels and heart health

Anyone who has had a covid infection, whether young or old, must keep an eye on their heart health. According to a recent study published in Experimental Physiology, healthy young persons with a moderate infection who were not hospitalised exhibited increased artery stiffness 3-4 weeks after being infected with SARS-CoV-2. The risk of cardiovascular problems…

Omkar (om chanting)

Omkar (om chanting)

Meaning: “OM”, which is derived from the root “nu” Meaning “to praise”, to which is added the prefix “pra”,denoting superiority. The word therefore means “the best praise” or “the best prayer” How to do: (a) Sit erect in any comfortable position; inhale fully to your own capacity, but slowly and gently, with minimum effort. (b) Now slowly…

Eye Practices

Eye Practices

1.Nasagra Drishti (Nasal Gaze) Sit in Sukhasana or Vajrasana. Keep the head, neck and spine erect. Fix the eyes on the tip of the nose. Continue to gaze for a few seconds. Keep the gaze without flickering eyelids. Slowly close eyes. Cup them softly. Repeat after a few seconds. Practice it for a few seconds…

A Healthy Heart For Healthy Life

A Healthy Heart For Healthy Life

Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide; however, it is avoidable in 80% of cases. As a result of today’s poor lifestyle patterns, severe heart issues are rising. We’re talking about coronary artery disease, which is marked by plaque buildup in the heart’s arteries. This restriction or obstruction prevents critical, oxygen-rich blood from…