Author: ayush

Gut Flora: A pivot point where healing begins

#WhimsicalWednesday “Quite literally, your gut is the epicenter of your mental and physical health. If you want better immunity, efficient digestion, improved clarity, and balance, focus on rebuilding your gut health.”   – Kris Carr When we think of bacteria, the only thing that comes to our mind is a single-celled organism that causes diseases. Seldom do we imagine bacteria playing a vital part in the normal functioning of our body. Surprisingly enough, our human body is made up of 100 trillion cells, out of which 90 trillion are viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms that are consistently working...

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Save Big to Win Big

#TheFinancialWellnessSeries The research report by the Boston Consulting Group, titled The New Indian: The Many Facets of a Changing Consumer, Indian consumption expenditures are expected to grow threefold in the next few years, reaching a staggering $4 trillion by 2025. Yet, despite being a forecast of surging affluence, how much are we really saving is the moot point? According to the universal 50/30/20 principle, one should channel 50% of one’s income towards necessities, 30% towards miscellaneous spends and 20% towards savings. Intelligent savings can be a one-way ticket to annual holidays, wistful indulgences and comfortable retirement. If you aren’t...

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FOMO Messing With Our Mental Health: How to Get Rid of It?

FOMO – Fear Of Missing Out We live in a world that is continuously changing, and stress is the product of this change. And it is a human tendency to always be up to the date of what is happening around us. “Fear Of Missing Out” or FOMO is a slang that is often used in Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, but it’s real life effects on human health is adverse. FOMO in this sense is an increased, and pervasive anxiety/apprehension of missing out on social events or experiences that are others are perceived to be having. FOMO has grown...

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WORLD HEALTH DAY 2018 – STORY 1

Celebrating Organizational Health This World Health Day Organizational health has long been a buzzword in corporate circles. And yet, despite having occupied a prime position in many an organizational stratagem, the term remains shrouded in mystery. Traditionally, organizational health has referred to a variety of dimensions pivoting on management practices, business strengths and weaknesses, and strategic clarity. The trouble is, so far, the concept has not been a true champion of its cause, having hitherto cast a spotlight solely on market dynamics and internal managerial heft. That raises the question, where, in this giant scheme, is organizational ‘health’? A...

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