May 23, 2014

ADMISSIONS TO ENGINEERING COURSES




This may come as a surprise, but there are still a few engineering seats available in select engineering colleges in and around Coimbatore, Salem, Erode and the rest of Tamil Nadu, including Chennai. Details are follows:
1. Mechanical and Automobile
2. Civil
3. ECE and EEE
4. Textile Technology and Textile Chemical
5. Computer Science and Information Technology

Besides these undergraduate courses, seats in post-graduate courses are also available. For all these courses, Admission Consultancy, expert Counselling and Career Guidance are provided absolutely free of cost!

Needless to say, these seats are disappearing super-fast! If you’re looking for admission in any of these courses, immediately call Mr.  S. Karunakaran, MSW, M.Phil., DTTM, at +91-9962614335. You can also inquire at karunakaran29@gmail.com.
Call +91-9962614335 RIGHT NOW! Only a few seats left, only for a few hours more!


April 12, 2014

Mooning Over Your Health





Tip: On the days of the complete Full Moon and New Moon, it’s advisable to avoid foods containing salt. If you cannot fast, eat only fresh fruits, sweets or foods that have low or no salt content.

“Well, what’s the Moon got to do with it?”

A lot! All of us know the tremendous effect the moon exerts on our planet and its denizens. Who does not know of the moon’s effect on the oceans’ tides? Have we not read and heard about – or even seen the havo
Mooning Over Your Health


Tip: On the days of the complete Full Moon and New Moon, it’s advisable to avoid foods containing salt. If you cannot fast, eat only fresh fruits, sweets or foods that have low or no salt content.

“Well, what’s the Moon got to do with it?”

A lot! All of us know the tremendous effect the moon exerts on our planet and its denizens. Who does not know of the moon’s effect on the oceans’ tides? Have we not read and heard about – or even seen the havoc wreaked upon thousands of unsuspecting sailors over the ages who have foolishly ventured out into the high seas during the night of the new moon and paid for it with their lives? Even animals fear the Moon: have we not seen dogs and wolves howl at the full moon, and other animals behaving erratically or fearfully during the full moon? Closer to home, it’s widely believed that the 28 day menstrual cycle of women is based on the 28 lunar cycle. And sages of yore as well as modern day psychiatrists swear that people with mental diseases, even those who are normally docile, become extremely violent during the full or new moon – they become lunatics!

That is the power of the moon over our planet.

Of course, there’s a scientific explanation to this phenomenon that has been available to traditional medicine, especially Siddha, over thousands of years. The moon orbits the earth every 28 days, and generates a huge magnetic field that exerts both centrifugal and centripetal forces of immense magnitude. These forces act upon the constituents of our bodies – those constituents that govern our body’s physical wellness and mental stability. When the power of the moon’s gravity reaches its zenith (new moon day) or its lowest ebb (full moon day), the salts in the body begin to transform into potentially toxic compounds that could negatively affect the body. Considering that our entire body is composed of various kinds of salts, and our blood too is largely based on different salts, the damage caused could be considerable. Therefore, on these days, it is best to avoid any kind of salt intake. The best way would be to fast on these days – something that is good for you even in the normal course of events. However, if for some compelling reason you cannot fast, it would be best to have fruits, sweets or other foods that have low or no salt content. This way, you avoid the damage that would be otherwise caused to the health of your body and mind!

The moon has always been associated with romance and mystery. It is. However, next time you think the full moon is romantic, or that the new moon is wonderfully mysterious, remember: it is, as long as you stay away from salt.

c wreaked upon thousands of unsuspecting sailors over the ages who have foolishly ventured out into the high seas during the night of the new moon and paid for it with their lives? Even animals fear the Moon: have we not seen dogs and wolves howl at the full moon, and other animals behaving erratically or fearfully during the full moon? Closer to home, it’s widely believed that the 28 day menstrual cycle of women is based on the 28 lunar cycle. And sages of yore as well as modern day psychiatrists swear that people with mental diseases, even those who are normally docile, become extremely violent during the full or new moon – they become lunatics!

That is the power of the moon over our planet.

Of course, there’s a scientific explanation to this phenomenon that has been available to traditional medicine, especially Siddha, over thousands of years. The moon orbits the earth every 28 days, and generates a huge magnetic field that exerts both centrifugal and centripetal forces of immense magnitude. These forces act upon the constituents of our bodies – those constituents that govern our body’s physical wellness and mental stability. When the power of the moon’s gravity reaches its zenith (new moon day) or its lowest ebb (full moon day), the salts in the body begin to transform into potentially toxic compounds that could negatively affect the body. Considering that our entire body is composed of various kinds of salts, and our blood too is largely based on different salts, the damage caused could be considerable. Therefore, on these days, it is best to avoid any kind of salt intake. The best way would be to fast on these days – something that is good for you even in the normal course of events. However, if for some compelling reason you cannot fast, it would be best to have fruits, sweets or other foods that have low or no salt content. This way, you avoid the damage that would be otherwise caused to the health of your body and mind!

The moon has always been associated with romance and mystery. It is. However, next time you think the full moon is romantic, or that the new moon is wonderfully mysterious, remember: it is, as long as you stay away from salt.

Fruits for diabetics




Kiwi
Many researchers have shown a positive correlation between kiwi consumption and lowering of blood sugar level

Black jamun
Undoubtedly, this is one of the best fruits for diabetics. It is known to improve blood sugar control. Seeds of these fruit can be powdered and consumed by patients to control diabetes.

Peaches
These tasty fruits are a great healthy treat, with a low GI and good for diabetics.
( Glycemic Index (GI) is a measure of how quickly blood glucose levels (i.e., blood sugar) rise after eating a particular type of food. Glucose (the defining standard) has a glycemic index of 100. )

Apples
Apples contain antioxidants, which help to reduce cholesterol levels, cleanse the digestive system, and boost the immune system. Apples also contain nutrients that help in the digestion of fats.

Pineapples
Good for diabetics, pineapples also benefit the body as they are rich in anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.

Star fruit (amrakh)
Similar to jamuns, starfruits help improve blood sugar control. But caution needs to be exercised in case the person has diabetes nephropathy.

Guava
Guava controls diabetes and it is good for constipation. Guavas are high in vitamin A and vitamin C and contain high amounts of dietary fiber. This fruit has a reasonably low GI.

Pears
These delicious fruits are a good snacking option for diabetics as they are rich vitamins and fibre.

Papaya
They are good for diabetics because they are rich in vitamin and other minerals.

Oranges
These citrus fruits can be consumed on a daily basis by diabetics, as they are rich in vitamin C.

Amla
A fruit loaded with vitamin C and fiber, Amla is a healthy addition to the diabetic diet.

Watermelon
Although watermelons have a high GI value, their glycemic load is low, making them good fruits for diabetes patients. However, consume in moderation.

Pomegranate
These tiny red rubies help diabetic people improve their blood sugar statistics.

Cherries
Their GI value is 20 (or even less in some varieties) which makes it a good healthy snack for diabetes patients at any time of the day.

February 18, 2014

Jaundice – Cause, Effect and Cure

Tip: Having a small ball sized portion of the mashed leaves of the plants leucas aspera (thumbai), eclipta prostrata (karisilankanni) and phyllanthus amarus (keezhanelli) in equal proportion in a half cup of curds from cow’s milk, along with a simple diet can cure even acute jaundice within a short period.

“But I don’t have bad habits such as drinking, smoking or eating junk food, so I will never have jaundice!”

Oh yeah, so you think. What most people do not know is that some form of jaundice affects almost all humans at some point in their lives, irrespective of their age, gender, race or social status. Even animals are known to contract jaundice. In fact, a rather common, harmless condition known as prenatal or neonatal jaundice affects the unborn or newborn child! So there!

As you probably know, jaundice is a condition associated with liver diseases such as hepatitis (hepa=liver, titis=infection) or liver cancer[i]. It must be understood that jaundice itself is not a disease, but rather a symptom of disorders in the process of metabolism and excretion of bilirubin. Jaundice is chiefly characterised by a loss of appetite, yellowness of the eyes, dark urine, irritation or even extreme pain during urination, nausea, restlessness, insomnia, and in acute cases, swelling and inflammation of the joints and difficulty in movement. Hepatitis-1B is a form of jaundice that is usually fatal. Internal symptoms include enlargement of the liver or pancreas, dilation of the biliary duct in the case of stone blockage, cirrhosis or even liver failure.

Jaundice is usually caused by conditions created due to excessive drinking, smoking, and bad food habits. However, it can also be brought about by obstruction of the normal flow of bilirubin by gall bladder stones. Jaundice can also be triggered by malaria and other pathological conditions and diseases. This means that even if you’re not a smoker, drinker, or even have bad food habits, there are a number of factors that could send you to hospital with acute jaundice! There goes your claim that because you’re a great guy, you’ll never get jaundice!

The best bet against jaundice of course is prevention, the eschewing of practices such as drinking, smoking or bad eating habits. However, should jaundice strike, there’s a potent, non-invasive and rather not too unpleasant herbal remedy that has been available to traditional medicine, especially Siddha, over thousands of years. In traditional Siddha, the fundamental methodology is to attack the root of the disease, rather than eliminate just the symptoms. So the basic approach is to practice ascetism during the course of the treatment – a total elimination of all the factors that cause the disease. No drink, smoke, drugs or junk food. A lot of rest, and herbal treatment using age old recipes and formulas does the trick – you get better in the course of a couple of weeks. However, beware – jaundice could strike again anytime should you start indulging yourself again!



[i] Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaundice

February 17, 2014

Here's your new Content Writer and Author!

Hey people, I trust you liked my post 'Top 10 Tips to Avoid Addiction'. It's not from thin air, it's the genuine article. From the genuine guy. Me. Yoganandhan Raja is my name, and henceforth, I assume the role of Content Writer and an Author for Atchayapaathiram. I hope you find my contributions as useful and enjoyable as those of the other authors on the panel here, notably Dr. Lakshmi. Well, at least half way. So here's to a new experience! Happy reading!!

Yoganandhan Raja
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