Hello dear bloggers! As you settle into the weekend, we bring to you the best reads on taking care of the most beautiful thing you own– your body. So sit back, relax and find out how you can make the most of this remarkable possession.
Who: Shilpa Gupte
What:Â Care for your eyes
Spicy: Let’s start with the most important sensory part of our body, the window to our soul- our eyes. Shilpa, in her blog writes about how, with the constant exposure to mobile phones and laptops, we cause more harm to our eyes than we think we do. Read more on how we can take good care of our eyes.
Who: Kishor Kumar
What: Did people in the 80s have stronger joints?
Spicy: Have you wondered why more people complain about joint pain in this day and age? Has it something to do with our lifestyle? Blogger Kishor Kumar lists the reasons that are responsible for weak joints in baby boomers.
Who: Diksha Vaid
What: Know your skin type and DIY skincare
Spicy: Did you know the skin is the biggest organ of your body? And it also gets exposed the most among all body parts. Blogger Diksha talks about different skin types and what you should know about each of them.
Who: Archana Guruswamy
What: How I take care of my hands
Spicy: Our hands, the most overworked part of of our body, rarely get the attention they deserve. Read blogger Archana’s daily routine of scrubbing, moisturizing and toning her hands to make them soft and glowy.
Who: Payal Banka
What: Yoga For Weight Loss : Which yoga is best for weight loss
Spicy: While we are on the topic of caring of our body, yoga as a form of exercise to maintain good health and weight has to be spoken about. Blogger Payal dissects the suryanamaskar, also known as salutation to the Sun God and writes about its benefits. Hop on to her blog to know more.
Who: Tarun Pahwa
What: Monitor blood pressure at home
Spicy: If you or a loved one needs constant monitoring of blood pressure, you can consider buying a blood pressure monitoring device for use at home. Blogger Tarun lists the things you must consider before buying one for yourself.
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