One surprising kitchen remedy that can stop stress induced heartburn and hyper-acidity
A Simple Plan to Handle Winter Weather
Have you ever felt like you’ve been punched in the stomach on hearing some unexpected but bad news? Maybe your significant other broke up with you on a vacation getaway or your boss fired you after you just met your target. Did you feel a sense of outrage or despair? Can you not stop thinking about and analyzing […]
Journey of dry ginger through your digestive system
A drop in outside temperature can overwhelm the body’s immune response system. It can lead to upper respiratory problems, joint pains, and weakening of your emotional strength. These changes are more pronounced if you have weak immunity. Boost your immunity this winter. Follow a daily regimen of drinking 6-8 cups of water (room temperature and […]
Power of Journaling
Dry Ginger, “shunti” in Sanskrit, has been used as a spice and medicinal herb for centuries. Mix ¼ teaspoon of dry ginger to a cup of water, juice or tea and sip before meals. The spice tastes (rasa in Ayurveda) hot or pungent to the tongue and wakes up the digestive system. As it makes […]
Good Posture for the Desk Jockeys Amongst Us
Writing can be a cathartic experience. The act of putting your words onto paper allow for hidden emotions – that define who you are – to move. These emotions which are inextricably coupled with an event, memory or relationship want to be released and are looking to you to make it happen. They feel trapped […]
I have anxiety, what do I do?
Tips for a good posture include utilizing a chair with back support, keeping your foot rested on the floor or on a footrest, and taking frequent breaks – a two minute break every half hour. You can also use relaxation techniques to get your posture right. Take a few deep breaths in and out every […]
What the cliffs of Positano showed me about balance?
There are a lot of things you can do for anxiety. But no matter what you do, the key is to do them calmly and with a relaxed mind. When you are anxious, the mind is beset by restlessness, nervousness and instability. Calming and relaxing activities bring about much needed stability to your body and […]
“Travel centers me,” says my sister Anitha. We are sitting in a restaurant on the cliffs of Positano, talking about our journey from Rome. Months of planning have finally paid off and we are really here. After dinner, we start walking towards town. Suddenly, Anitha stops and looks over to her right at the Mediterranean. […]