Preparing for Pregnancy: Part 1


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Pregnancy is a very beautiful time in a woman’s life. But, at the same time, it brings a lot of physical changes for the woman. Not only that, but it also brings a lot of changes at the level of mind and family dynamics for the couple and the family as a whole. Preparations are not only required by the woman alone but, the couple together. And, the whole family!

In this article, we will see, how we can prepare our body to be ready for pregnancy. 

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Agnikarma ” instant relief from pain” Short information by Dr. Shyamsundar Sharma

Agnikarma ” instant relief from pain” Short information by Dr Shyamsundar Sharma


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Yoga For Children To Help Them During Their Examinations

We all know that children face a lot of problems during their examinations.

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A few of the commonly faced problems are:

  1. Anxiety
  2. Lack of concentration
  3. Unable to memorise the lessons taught
  4. Feel sleepy, hungry and sweaty etc.

One of the major causes of the above could be performance pressure, nervousness, disturbed mind or it can be their divided attention between studies and other activities.

Following exercises will help them to improve their focus.

  1. Reverse counting of numbers (100 – 1) slowly and rhythmically
  2. Concentrating on moon or starts (NOT VIRTUAL; avoid blinking, without glasses, in case of irritation or burning sensation immediately discontinue the practice)
  3. Counting and regulating their breaths (deep breath, one inhalation & exhalation is one breath. It is more effective if they practice it with their eyes closed)
  4. Observing the abdominal movement while sitting or lying down (keep one palm on lower abdomen near the navel, another palm will be resting beside your body while inhaling abdomen will rise and while exhaling it will relax)
  5. It is very important to rejuvenate oneself, either by playing outdoor games or spending some quality time with family and friends. It is necessary to get refreshed from time to time with positive activities which will help your child to study with a relaxed mind. (try to avoid electronic devices during this time)

Above mentioned techniques will help your child with the following:

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  1. It will help them to channelize their thought process
  2. Improve their concentration
  3. Improve memory power
  4. The breathing exercises will help the vital energies to flow naturally which will calm their nerves and give relief from anxiety and nervousness which results in one’s better performance.
  5. Recreation activities will help them to refresh instantly and relieve the tension from body and mind which will improve the accuracy of their studies.

Note for parents: Do not burden your child with performance pressure, don’t show your expectations during their exams. Keep yourselves and surrounding as cheerful and calm as possible.  


Nisha Yadav (Yoga Expert)

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Benefits of coconut


Coconut has prime importance in Indian tradition. But this importance is because of its scientific importance.
The Latin name of coconut is “Crocus Nucifera” and it belongs to the “Arecaceae” family. Coconuts are highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5 and B6 and minerals including iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous.

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Panchakarma the real way of body Detoxification

“Ayurvedic panchakarma”

Nowadays you can see many advertisements regarding ayurvedic detoxification, which shows you someone taking massage with oils and powders or any other elements, Taking a bath in the bathtub with some leaves and water, taking steam. Some advertisements show you oil is pouring on the forehead. But all these things are not ayurvedic detoxification.

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 Do You Know ​Pineapple Is Not Just A Fruit.


Pineapple is a small herb. It has around 60cm to 1mt longleaf with thorny margins. This plant is basically from Brazil and brought to India by the Portuguese. Now abundantly available in India.

Pineapple (ananas)
Latin name: ananas consistent

Family: Bromeliaceae

Loaded With Nutrients

Pineapples are low in calories but have an incredibly impressive nutrient profile.

One cup (5.8 ounces or 165 grams) of pineapple chunks contains the following :

  • Calories: 82.5
  • Fat: 1.7 grams
  • Protein: 1 gram
  • Carbs: 21.6 grams
  • Fibre: 2.3 grams
  • Vitamin C: 131% of the RDI
  • Manganese: 76% of the RDI
  • Vitamin B6: 9% of the RDI
  • Copper: 9% of the RDI
  • Thiamin: 9% of the RDI
  • Folate: 7% of the RDI
  • Potassium: 5% of the RDI
  • Magnesium: 5% of the RDI
  • Niacin: 4% of the RDI
  • Pantothenic acid: 4% of the RDI
  • Riboflavin: 3% of the RDI
  • Iron: 3% of the RDI

Pineapples also contain trace amounts of vitamins A and K, phosphorus, zinc and calcium, Pineapples are full with a variety of vitamins and minerals. They are especially rich in vitamin C and manganese.

Fruition happens at the end of summer and in Rainey season. So you get all benefits of pineapple if consumed in this period.

  • According to Ayurved pineapple are Vata and pitta shamaka
  • Pineapple is very helpful in anorexia abdominal pain and  hyperacidity (amlapitta)
  • Fresh Pineapple juice also helpful in constipation and worms
  • Make sure not to eat pineapple in pregnancy as it causes abortion when taken in excess.
  • Raw pineapple is very effective in kashtartava ( metrorrhagia- painful menstruation) and anartva (amenorrhea- scanty or no menses).
  • Pineapples are delicious, accessible and easy to add to the diet.


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The full Yogic breathing involves all 3 types of sectional breathing discussed before in previous blogs.

1. Take comfortable sitting position, make sure the head and spine are in one straight line in center.
2. Begin slowly by inhaling through the nose, let the air fill your lungs without stopping the movement.
3. Continue to inhale smoothly until your ribcages has expanded sideways.
4. Without stopping the breath continue until your chest has expanded and your collarbones has risen.
5. Now slowly start exhaling in exact reverse motion. Allow the breath to flow out and abdomen to sink in.
6. Continue to exhale slowly, fully focused on your breath being expelled upward and now reaching for your ribcage. Feel the energy of your breath moved through ribcages as you continue to exhale .
7. Continue to exhale and feel how the breath has left your body, your chest and collarbones are now relaxed.
8. It is completely normal if you feel slightly dizzy or lightheaded after practicing full Yogic breathing. In fact this indicates that your brain is being filled with more oxygen that usual.

Make sure your body and mind is completely relaxed when you are doing Full Yogic breathing. Be aware and mindful towards the muscle expansion and relaxation while inhalation and exhalation respectively.

1. Increases the awareness about breathing itself and relation between mental state and breath.
2. Improves easy breathing and lung capacity.
3. Sedative effect on nervous system.
4. Improves concentration.
5. Experience of quietude,  inner harmony and mindfulness.



Nisha Yadav ( Yoga expert )

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