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Saturday, 13 August 2022

CWG 2022: Beyond shooting, India finds 61 reasons to cheer in Birmingham

 CWG 2022: Beyond shooting, India finds 61 reasons to cheer in Birmingham



The athletes showed that India can look beyond Shooting. India, with 61 medals including 22 gold at Birmingham 2022 surprised all by winning in events where not even the ardent fans believed it could

The Indian contingent at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games outshone, not just in the disciplines it participated in but also in the expectations of pundits, experts and critics. With shooting removed from the sporting disciplines at the Commonwealth Games for the first time since it was re-added in 1974, all believed that India would not be able to cross even the tally of 50 total medals, let alone repeat its performance of 26 gold and 66 total medals of CWG Gold Coast 2018.

However, the Indian athletes and administrators showed they could look beyond shooting. India not only won 61 medals, including 22 gold at Birmingham 2022 but surprised all by winning in events where not even the ardent fans believed it could.

New and unlikely heroes

Lawn bowls were not considered a medal event by India. The Indan teams did participate and even came close to winning a bronze in 2018. If someone said on July 28, 2022, that India would win not just a medal but gold and silver in lawn bowls, they would have been laughed at.

However, the Indian Women's fours team in lawn bowls, comprising Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Rupa Rani Tirkey and Nayanmoni Saikia, created history by winning the gold, beating heavyweights like England and South Africa on their way. Inspired by them, the Men's fours team also made it to the final by beating England in the semis and winning a silver medal.

In athletics, Avinash Sable's national record and personal best effort (8:20:11) almost edged out the Kenyan trio. He missed the gold by just 0.05 seconds. Most importantly, the army man broke Kenya's hegemony as it was the first time that a non-Kenyan finished on a podium in 3000 meter Steeplechase event since the 1994 Commonwealth Games.

Murali Sreeshankar's silver medal in the men's high jump was also the first for India in the discipline since 1978. Priyanka Goswami winning silver in the women's 10,000 meters race walk and Sandeep Kumar winning the bronze in the men's race walk was also a first for the Indian athletics contingent.

However, the best result for the Indian athletes came in the men's triple jump when Eldhose Paul and Abdulla Aboobacker finished one-two in a field where India had never won a gold medal. Annu Rani's bronze in Women's Javelin was also a first for an Indian woman in a sport that the country got acquainted with in real terms after Neeraj Chopra's overwhelming success at Olympics.

Old warhorses shine once again

While India found new heroes in athletic and lawn bowls, the old warhorses like Achanta Sharath Kamal and Bajrang Punia ensured that the faith reposed in them wasn't a mistake. Sharath Kamal became the most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete India has ever produced, winning his seventh gold and overall 13th medal. This was Sharath's fifth appearance at the quadrennial event; at 40, he still seems to be going very strong.


India dominates badminton and wrestling

Wrestling is one sport that India has made its own after Shooting at the Commonwealth Games. The Indian team broke all previous records in this edition and finished with six gold and 12 medals overall. It is the most number of gold medals that India has ever won in a single Commonwealth Games.

India was always a distant second in badminton at the Commonwealth Games behind Malaysia. However, it started changing since the last games at Gold Coast when Saina Nehwal and the Indian mixed team won the gold beating Malaysia.

Though the team had to settle for silver this time, India won gold in both the men's and women's singles and the men's doubles, a category in which it had never before won a gold medal. Satwik Sairaj and Chirag Shetty created history by winning the men's doubles gold. This clearly showed that India had taken the lead from Malaysia, and it is now the team to beat in badminton.

Lifting the weight of the nation on young shoulders

Along with shooting and wrestling, weightlifting is where India has started to dominate since the 2006 Commonwealth Games. This time around, too, it won three gold medals. The young guns Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achinta Sheuli created the buzz alongside Mirabai Chanu.

The way Jeremy fought injury and Achinta the pressure of creating a national record, to go and win a gold medal at the ages of 19 and 20, respectively, shows that our nation's weight is on young shoulders, and they are lifting it nicely. India won 10 medals and topped the weightlifting medals tally with three gold medals.

The disappointing phenomenon of buckling under pressure continues

While the success stories are many, the disappointment rung in too. Sure medal hopes like Lovlina Borgohain, who won the bronze medal at Tokyo Olympics, were primed to win gold at Birmingham 2022. But she had to bow out at the quarter-final itself on a split decision.

Indian women's cricket team did well and surpassed all the expectations by winning a close semi-final against hosts England. In the final, though, where they should have chased down 44 runs from 36 balls with eight wickets in hand, the pressure demons encircled the Harmanpreet Kaur-led side and much like the 2017 Women's ODI World Cup, the women in blue lost the match eventually by nine runs to finish second.

The biggest disappointment came from the Indian men's hockey team. The Olympic bronze medalist not only let a 3-0 lead pass away against England in a league match to draw the game 4-4 but also just managed to win the semi-final against a low-ranked South Africa by one goal margin at 3-2.

However, the gold medal match against Australia just broke the Indian hockey fans. Losing is one thing, but to lose 7-0 and not be able to create even one penalty corner in the entire 60-minute game was shocking.

Birmingham 2022: An edition to remember

In the end, pride was written all over their faces when Sharath Kamal and Nikhat Zareen walked with the Indian tricolour held high in their hands during the closing ceremony.

Be it the crying celebration of Saurav Ghosal after winning the first-ever individual medal in squash for India (bronze in men's singles) or Sharath Kamal lifting his blue headband and running into the stands after his men's singles gold in table tennis, or Nitu Ghanghas showing grit to beat senior professionals at a young age of 21 to bag gold in boxing, it indeed made a Commonwealth Games to remember for the Indian contingent and the Indian sports fans.





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Friday, 12 August 2022

Drinking buttermilk even in winter gives health benefits, know when and how to drink buttermilk in cold weather

 Drinking buttermilk even in winter gives health benefits, know when and how to drink buttermilk in cold weather

Usually we drink buttermilk in summer to keep the body cool but do you know that there are many benefits of drinking buttermilk in winter too. In fact, vitamins A, B, C and E are found in abundance in buttermilk. In addition, many nutrients such as iron, zinc, potassium and calcium are also found in buttermilk. By consuming it, you get rid of digestive problems. It also helps in reducing fat and keeps you fresh throughout the day. Just the way of drinking buttermilk in winter is a little different from summer. There are some special methods for this, by adopting which you can enjoy buttermilk even in winter.

Benefits of drinking buttermilk in winter (Buttermilk Benefits in Winter)

1. Effective in reducing fat

Fat in buttermilk is very less compared to milk and curd. By consuming it, your weight remains under control. By consuming buttermilk, your stomach is also filled quickly and your stomach remains full for a long time, due to which you also feel less hungry.

2. Keep Digestive Problems Away

Buttermilk is full of flavor and health. It is also digestible as it contains probiotic microbes. By drinking buttermilk, there is no problem of gas, indigestion and burning in the stomach and your digestive system is also correct.

3. Make Bones Strong

Protein and calcium are found in abundance in buttermilk, which keeps your bones strong. Consumption of buttermilk can cure diseases like muscle flexibility and osteoporosis.

4. Get rid of dehydration

In winter, people do not feel very thirsty and they drink less water, but in cold they urinate more. In such a situation, you do not have the problem of dehydration by consuming buttermilk in winter. At the same time, you do not feel weakness and fatigue and energy remains throughout the day.

5. Improved Immunity

Buttermilk contains beneficial bacteria that help in boosting immunity. Also, nutrients like vitamins A, C and B present in buttermilk are very beneficial for your health.

How to Use Buttermilk in Winter

The way of drinking buttermilk in winter is slightly different as compared to summer. In winter, buttermilk should be drunk in the afternoon or when the sun has emerged. If possible, sit in the sun and drink buttermilk because buttermilk has a cooling effect. However, people who have trouble with cold, they should consume buttermilk only on the advice of a doctor. Apart from this, you can also consume jaggery with buttermilk because the effect of jaggery is hot. Apart from this, diabetic patients should avoid consuming jaggery. Diabetic patients can consume buttermilk by adding tempering of cumin, carom seeds, black salt or asafoetida.


Also read- If you want to improve blood circulation in the body, then definitely eat these 5 foods


Side Effects of Buttermilk in Winter

There are also many disadvantages of drinking buttermilk in winter. This can cause cold and cough. Consuming buttermilk in winter can cause problems with blood circulation in the muscles and veins. Also, if you have joint and muscle pain and stiffness problems and shortness of breath may also occur. Therefore, according to your health condition, consume buttermilk in winter and consult your doctor.

Make buttermilk like this in winter

In winter, drink plain buttermilk instead of creamy buttermilk. This will be more beneficial for your health. Along with this, drinking buttermilk mixed with black pepper, ginger and asafetida in winter is also considered healthy.



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Wednesday, 10 August 2022

About Kiran Bedi

About Kiran Bedi

Kiran Bedi is an Indian politician belonging to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). She is currently the Lieutenant Governor of the union territory of Puducherry. Bedi took to politics after retiring from Indian Police Service (IPS) in 2007. She was the first Indian woman to join the officer’s ranks of IPS in 1972. During her stint in the IPS, she had served in the position of the Director General at the Bureau of Police Research and Development. Bedi is also noted for her role as a social activist. The winner of the Magsaysay Award in 1994, Kiran Bedi has been one of the active members of the Anna Hazare-led civil society that launched a movement for the enactment of a strong anti-corruption law, the Jan Lokpal Bill. She formally joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on 15 January, 2015 and was selected as the party's chief ministerial candidate for the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections.

Early Life and Education of Kiran Bedi

Kiran Bedi was born in Amritsar, Punjab on June 9, 1949 to Prakash Lal Peshawaria and Prem Lata Peshawaria. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English (Hons) from Amritsar’s Government College for Women in 1968. She completed her Masters in Political Science in 1970 and was a topper in her class. In 1972, Kiran Bedi married Brij Bedi and has a daughter with him.

She earned her degree in law from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi in 1998 while in service as the Director General of Police. Subsequently, she went on to obtain a doctorate from the Department of Social Science at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi in 1993.

Professional Career of Kiran Bedi

Kiran Bedi did not start her career as a cop, but as a lecturer of Political Science at the Khalsa College for Women in Amritsar in 1970. After two years of her teaching career, she cleared the Civil Services examination and became an IPS officer. This made her the first woman in India to join the services.

During her career in Indian Police Service, she served as the chief of New Delhi Traffic Police, DIG of Police in Mizoram, Advisor to the Lt. Governor of Chandigarh, Director General of Narcotics Control Bureau, and Civilian Police Advisor for United Nations Peacekeeping operations. She was honoured with the United Nations Medal for her work.

Kiran Bedi introduced a number of reforms in the management of Tihar Jail, Delhi when she was the Inspector General of Prisons during the years 1993-1995. The various programmes introduced by her under this mission witnessed positive changes in the lives of prisoners. This short stint of her is remembered as a golden period in the history of the prison and won her the Ramon Magsaysay Award for 1994 and the Jawahar Lal Nehru Fellowship. The last position that Kiran Bedi held in the IPS was that of the Director General of India's Bureau of Police Research & Development. She was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Law in acknowledgment of her “humanitarian approach to prison reforms and policing” in May 2005. Two years later, Kiran Bedi decided to voluntarily retire from the police services and the Government of India granted her permission to do so. On December 25, 2007, she retired to dedicate herself to social issues.


Social Work Activities Done By Kiran Bedi

In 1987, Kiran Bedi launched an NGO named Navjyoti India Foundation (NIF). This NGO aims at de-addiction and rehabilitation of the drug addicts and has expanded to other social issue like illiteracy and women empowerment. She also started India Vision Foundation in 1994 that has been working for police reforms, prison reforms, women empowerment and rural and community development. She was also the host of TV programme 'Aap Ki Kachehri' that aimed to resolve the family disputes of citizens.

In August 2011, Kiran Bedi joined the India Against Corruption movement led by social activist Anna Hazare. She was a prominent face of the movement along with Arvind Kejriwal but parted ways with him when the latter decided to establish a political party Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Kiran Bedi joins BJP

Before the 2014 General Elections, Bedi put her weight behind Narendra Modi as the preferred Prime Ministerial candidate. On 15 January 2015, the BJP inducted Kiran Bedi into the party in the presence of its national president Amit Shah and Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Bedi joined the party a day after she had talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Kiran Bedi in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015

Capitalising on Kiran Bedi's popularity among Delhiites and her past record as a 'super cop' of Delhi, the BJP designated her as the chief ministerial candidate for the Delhi assembly elections 2015. She was fielded from Krishna Nagar constituency which was a BJP bastion since 1993. The polling in Delhi was held on 7 February and the results were declared three days later.

The results of the elections translated into a near whitewash of BJP at the hands of its rival, the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP), reducing it to a mere three out of the 70 seats. Bedi lost to AAP's S.K. Bagga falling 2,277 votes short of him.

Kiran Bedi's Awards & Recognition

  • President's Gallantry Award by the President of India in 1979.
  • Woman of the Year Award by National Solidarity Weekly, India in 1981.
  • Asia Region Award for Drug Prevention and Control by International Organisation of Good Templars (IOGT), Norway in 1991.
  • International Woman Award in 1992.
  • Magsaysay Award by Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation in 1994.
  • Mahila Shiromani Award, Father Machismo Humanitarian Award and Lion of the Year by Don Bosco Shrine Office, Bombay-India in 1995.
  • Pride of India Award by American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI) in 1999.
  • Woman of the Year Award by Blue Drop Group Management, Cultural and Artistic Association, Italy in 2002.
  • United Nations Medal by the United Nations in 2004.
  • Mother Teresa Award for Social Justice by Harmony Foundation in 2005.
  • Suryadatta National Award by Suryadatta Group of Institutes 2007.
  • Women Excellences Awards by Aaj Tak in 2009.
  • Tarun Kranti Puraskar – 2010 in Women Empowerment Category by Tarun Award Council in 2010.
  • Bharatiya Manavata Vikas Puraskar by Indian Institute of Planning and Management in 2011.
  • Honorary Degree of Doctor of Public Service by Rai University in 2013.


 


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Biography of Neil Armstrong

 Biography of Neil Armstrong


National Aeronautics and Space Administration

John H. Glenn Research Center

Lewis Field

Cleveland, Ohio 44135


Neil A. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was born in Wapakoneta, Ohio,

on August 5, 1930. He began his NASA career in Ohio.

After serving as a naval aviator from 1949 to 1952, Armstrong joined the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) in 1955. His first assignment was with the NACA Lewis Research Center (now NASA Glenn) in Cleveland. Over the next 17 years, he was an engineer, test pilot, astronaut and administrator for NACA and its successor agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

As a research pilot at NASA's Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif., he was a project pilot on many pioneering high speed aircraft, including the well known, 4000-mph X-15. He has flown over 200 different models of aircraft, including jets, rockets, helicopters and gliders.

Armstrong transferred to astronaut status in 1962. He was assigned as command pilot for the Gemini 8 mission. Gemini 8 was launched on March 16, 1966, and Armstrong performed the first successful docking of two vehicles in space.

As spacecraft commander for Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing mission, Armstrong gained the distinction of being the first man to land a craft on the moon and first to step on its surface.

Armstrong subsequently held the position of Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C. In this position, he was responsible for the coordination and management of overall NASA research and technology work related to aeronautics.

He was Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971-1979. During the years 1982-1992, Armstrong was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation, Inc., Charlottesville, Va.

He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Purdue University and a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Southern California. He holds honorary doctorates from a number of universities.

Armstrong was a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots and the Royal Aeronautical Society; Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the International Astronautics Federation.

He was a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the Academy of the Kingdom of Morocco. He served as a member of the National Commission on Space (1985-1986), as Vice-Chairman of the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident (1986), and as Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee for the Peace Corps (1971- 1973).

Armstrong was decorated by 17 countries. He was the recipient of many special honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom; the Congressional Gold Medal; the Congressional Space Medal of Honor; the Explorers Club Medal; the Robert H. Goddard Memorial Trophy; the NASA Distinguished Service Medal; the Harmon International Aviation Trophy; the Royal Geographic Society's Gold Medal; the Federation Aeronautique Internationale's Gold Space Medal; the American Astronautical Society Flight Achievement Award; the Robert J. Collier Trophy; the AIAA Astronautics Award; the Octave Chanute Award; and the John J. Montgomery Award.



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Tuesday, 9 August 2022

Amazing and wondrous benefits and uses of neem leaves

 Amazing and wondrous benefits and uses of neem leaves

Neem Ke Fayde: Taking care of yourself and your family by using natural means to maintain good health has become the goal of many people today. There are millions of such trees and plants around the world which not only provide food but they are also used as medicine. One of such trees and plants is the neem tree. Neem tree can be quite the perfect natural herb to help sustain all aspects of human life. Neem is a very unique tree and its leaves are one of the most complex leaves found on earth. Neem tree contains more than 130 different biologically active compounds which makes it a medicine for various diseases. Let us know what are the benefits of neem (Neem Ke Fayde in Hindi) and how to take the benefits of its leaves (Neem Ke Patte Ke Fayde).



Some important facts about Neem


Neem is called the village dispensary in India (Neem Ke Fayde in Hindi).

By consuming neem daily, it has the ability to keep us away from millions of diseases.

Neem is counted among antibacterial trees.

Neem is useful in preventing many diseases including cancer.

There are more than 150 chemical forms or arrangements in a neem leaf.



What is Neem?



In India, Neem is known as “Sarvarog Nivarini” which means the cure of all diseases. Apart from this, another name has been given to Neem – “Arishtha”, which means reliever from diseases. Apart from this, mixing neem extract in different medicines has also been described in Ayurveda. From its roots to the stem and from the flower to the fruit, it is used in making various medicines. In fact, some experts in traditional medicine refer to this plant as a 'tree pharmacy'. In botany, Neem leaves (Neem Ke Patte Ke Fayde) are classified in the class “Azadirachta indica” which grows in a tree that is from the family Melisia and Mahogany. Neem powder has a unique composition of organic and beneficial compounds, so products made from it are very popular in herbal remedies. From teas and garnishes to skin salts and herbal supplements, it is considered one of the most important and versatile plants in Indian culture. The benefits of neem are so many that you can use it for many diseases. In this article below, we have told about the medical benefits of neem, let us know what are the benefits of neem and neem leaves?

 benefits of neem


1. Antibacterial Capacity

Neem Ke Fayde in English: A research published in an alternative medicine journal reported that neem powder, neem oil, neem leaves, neem tea, and every other substance made from neem have strong antibacterial and antimicrobial effects. Huh. It plays an important role in repairing both the internal and external parts of our body, which is why neem is considered a general tonic for the immune system and is an easy way to better preserve your overall health. . It is most commonly associated with treating skin conditions, but its effects are much wider than that!

2. Eliminate Russian

Neem Ke Patte Ke Fayde: A 2011 study on the medicinal properties of neem showed that the antifungal and antibacterial properties of neem make it very popular in shampoos and scalp cleansers. This is because it can help the hair stay hydrated and eliminate dandruff while strengthening the skin. Being an antioxidant, it also improves the health of your hair follicles. In fact, it is even used in traditional medicine to stimulate hair growth and prevent baldness.

3. Detoxify the Body

Neem Ke Fayde in English: Whether you are consuming neem in the form of neem powder, paste, leaves, in supplements or any other form, the active ingredients in this one-stop pharmacy tree will help flush out toxins from the body. Neem stimulates the liver, helping to eliminate toxins quickly and optimize the body's metabolic activities. A type of detritus accumulates on our skin every day including microbes, microorganisms, dust and grime; Neem paste can help neutralize these chemicals, pathogens and dirt that cause irritation or illness.

5. Improves Gastric Health

Neem Ke Fayde in English: Consumption of neem is directly associated with a reduction in inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract, which helps reduce ulcers and other intestinal problems such as constipation, bloating and cramping. It can also be used as an antidote for immediate treatment of stomach flu and other infections.

6. Prevents Chronic Diseases



Neem ke Patte Ke Fayde contains high levels of antioxidants which reduce the chances of developing certain types of cancer. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals, the dangerous byproducts of cellular metabolism that can cause cancer and chronic disease throughout the body. Antioxidants And there is a low risk between cancer and heart disease, as antioxidants also keep the cardiovascular system clean and uncluttered.

7. Exfoliating Properties

Neem ke patte ke Fayde: When neem paste is applied as a face mask, it acts as a great exfoliant. And it also reduces the size of facial pores, which prevents pimples and blackness of the face.

8. Prevents Fungal Infection

If you are an athlete and have any kind of infection in your feet, then you can apply Neem powder, neem paste or diluted neem oil directly on the infected areas of the body including your feet. The antifungal effects of its active organic ingredients are rapid and highly efficient, leaving your immune system and skin intact.

9. Controlling Diabetes

According to research published in the Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, there is a link between low insulin demand and neem consumption. The chemical constituents of neem optimize insulin receptor function and ensure that the body receives insulin. Getting the right amount, which protects against the development of diabetes (is diabetes curable or not). In addition, for diabetes, it can be used to reduce dependence on insulin therapy.

10. Treating Malaria

According to a 2009 study in the Malaria Journal, neem acts as a natural mosquito repellant. Neem leaves can effectively treat the symptoms of malaria and reduce the risk of the disease. However, the more common association of neem with malaria is as a natural insect repellent that is non-toxic and highly effective in repelling mosquitoes, which are the main vectors of malaria. .

Neem can be used to cure a number of ailments such as treating fever, stomach upset, stomach worms, skin defects and heart disease. Also, if neem juice is applied directly on the scalp, it can kill and prevent head lice as well due to its antiseptic properties. There are many other similar benefits of Neem (Neem Ke Fayde in Hindi).

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Do not be fond of drinking cold water in summer, it is heavy on health, these are the side effects of drinking chilled water

 Do not be fond of drinking cold water in summer, it is heavy on health, these are the side effects of drinking chilled water



Side Effects of Drinking Cold Water: If you get a glass of cold fridge water to drink as soon as you come home from the scorching sun, then the soul gets satisfied with the coolness of the body and mind. If your condition is similar and you are also fond of drinking cold water, then change your habit immediately. It may be surprising to hear but do you know that this hobby of yours can make you sick. Let's know how.


7 big disadvantages of drinking cold water-


Constipation problem

If you already have a complaint of constipation, then do not forget to drink cold water. Drinking cold water can make your problem worse. Actually, when you drink cold water, the food becomes hard as it passes through the body and the intestines also contract, which is one of the major causes of constipation. Try not to drink too much cold or too hot water.

Headache problem

Drinking too much cold water or ice water can cause brain freeze. Cold water also affects the cranial nerve present on the head, which causes severe pain in the head. Usually, when there is a severe headache in the summer season, people think that the pain must be a headache due to strong sunlight, but the real reason for the pain is to come directly from the hot sun and drink cold water. For people who have sinus problems, the problem may increase further.

Difficulty digesting food

Drinking too much cold water affects the digestive system. Due to which the person may have problems in digestion, due to which problems like constipation, stomach pain, nausea, flatulence can also occur.

Difficulty in weight loss

Cold water makes the body fat hard, which makes it difficult to burn fat. Try to drink at least cold water and drink as much hot water as possible. Hot water can easily remove the fat present in your body.

Energy level down

By drinking cold water, metabolism slows down in the body and the body does not have the ability to do much work. Actually, cold water is not able to release fat from the body, due to which the body remains sluggish and the energy level goes down.

Throat infection

Drinking cold water can also make your voice worse. Cold water can cause throat infection as well as cause phlegm. Phlegm can also cause fever and cough. For this reason, it would be better if normal water is drunk instead of cold water.

Heart rate is low

Cold water lowers your heart rate because it affects a vein in the back of the neck which slows down the heart rate. The vagus nerve is directly affected by the low temperature of the water, causing the heart rate to eventually slow down. It is not good for the heart, as it can lead to many other heart-related problems.

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Monday, 8 August 2022

5 Best Water Brands in India You Can Trust

 5 Best Water Brands in India You Can Trust

Water is the essence of life, and you must consume safe and potable water. In India, many regions face challenges such as poor water conditions and worsened water quality. To tackle this issue, many brands have started manufacturing mineral water in cans and bottles. They also come in handy while travelling or when you are outdoors. Mineral water is considered pure and is much safer to drink than regular tap water. If you don’t like drinking unsafe water, you can rely on bottled water manufactured by the best water brands in India. Here you will find some of the top water brands you can trust.


How Do We Choose the Best Water Brands for You?


With each passing day, people are getting cautious about what they are consuming. As a result, access to clean water for drinking and sanitation purposes is attaining a new height. People are now moving on to packaged water brands to keep drinking water problems at bay. To meet this rising demand, there are several water brands on the market. However, you can’t trust all of them. This is why we have curated a list of the best water brands that you can consider without having any second thoughts about purity. You can get a water bottle from any of these top brands in the range of Rs 20 to Rs 100.


Some of the factors that helped us in selecting these brands are:


Components


Many brands add substances to water that makes it unhealthy to drink. It also hampers the taste of the water. This is why we have picked the brands that offer safe and pure water without any chemicals.


Marking and Labeling


The packaged drinking water should be legibly marked to ensure purity. A bottle with the brand name, address of the processor, date of processing/packaging, best before date, etc., is mandatory. We ensured all the mentioned brands had these details on the bottle.


List of the 5 Best Water Brands in India


1. Bisleri

When asked to name a water brand, Bisleri is one of the first ones that come to mind. It is an originally Italian mineral water brand that retails bottled mineral water and soda. The company was founded by Felice Bisleri and Jayantilal Chauhan in the year 1969. Over the years, the brand has evolved a lot and has its own e-commerce store today.

Prominent Features of the Bisleri Water:

It is rich in minerals and helps in the removal of toxins from our bodies

Regular consumption can help in hydrating your body and make your skin appear healthier from within

Water goes through 10 step quality process and 114 quality tests to ensure goodness

There is a wide range of bottle sizes- 250 ml, 300 ml, 500 ml, 1L, 2L, 5L, 10L and 20L

Pros:

Easily accessible

Safe to drink

Multiple pack sizes

Why We Picked the Bisleri Water?

Bisleri is a symbol of goodness, trust, and purity and has been the most preferred brand in Indian households for decades. The water is added with minerals and goes through double ozonisation to ensure safety. Mineral water by Bisleri comes in a safe plastic bottle and has a TDS level of a maximum of 120 PPM. This makes it excellent water for drinking.

2. Kinley

Kinley is one of the largest distributors of packaged drinking water in India. It is owned by The Coca-Cola Co. and supplies products to European and Asian regions. The brand also produces carbonated water that comes in various flavours and is loved by millions. Since Cocoa-Cola had a huge fan base for its cold drink, it enjoyed instant success as soon as it launched Kinley water in India in 2000.

Prominent Features of the Kinley Water:

Kinley’s mineral water goes through a 10-step purification process that removes fungi or bacteria

It has a sweet and pure taste that will quench your thirst and keep your body hydrated

Water comes in different sizes ranging from 200 ml to 20-litre jars for multiple purposes

To ensure purity, it is subjected to sand filtering and ultraviolet (UV) treatment and an excellent filtration system

Pros:

Doorstep service

Different sizes

Global presence


Why We Picked the Kinley Water?

Introduced back in 2000, Kinley’s mineral water offers a pure, crisp, clean drinking experience. Every drop of the water is clean and safe and is packed with all safety standards in mind. It is produced with the latest technology of operation, that is, Reverse Osmosis. While this water stands for purity, it is also affordable and comes in convenient packaging.


3. Himalayan

Himalayan is one of the first natural mineral water brands in India. The brand sources its water directly from the mighty Shivalik ranges of the Himalayas. It’s free of any contaminators and very rich in minerals that are beneficial for your health. The brand claims that its water has mild alkaline levels that are perfect for the human body.

Prominent Features of the Himalayan Water:

Himalayan Water comes in a sleek pink packaging which looks quite pleasing and is convenient to hold

The water is purified through layers of Himalayan rocks that make it safe and pure to drink, along with enhancing its taste

It is filtered from any form of contamination and is settled in a double-layered aquifer to ensure safety

The water has a pH balance of 7.1 to 7.7, which makes it neutral or mildly alkaline

Pros

Beautiful packaging

Rich in 84 trace minerals

Internationally certified

Cons

It comes only in four sizes

Why We Picked the Himalayan Water?

Passed through layers of sand, silt and rocks, Himalayan water is pure, safe, and healthy to drink. Before packaging into a bottle, this water is tested by an FDA-approved laboratory that ensures it is safe for human consumption. Also, it has a perfect taste and offers excellent benefits to the human body, which makes it the absolute best.


4. Mizu

A brand by Varahi, Mizu is another safe and pure drinking water brand. It is known for bringing clean water that is sourced directly from nature. On top of it, Mizu’s mineral water is audited by top-notch names in the market, which adds to customers’ trust. It produces mineral-rich water and has an online presence to let you order quality natural mineral water right from your home.

Prominent Features of the Mizu Water:

Rich in calcium, bicarbonates, and magnesium making it safe to drink and good for digestion

Produced through a multi-grade filtration process using the latest technology to offer you the best of the taste

Packed in strong, PET fridge bottles that are 100% recyclable and BPA-free, making it good for the environment as well as health

You can select between three sizes: 200 ml, 500 ml, and 1000 ml

Pros:

Excellent health benefits

Optimum pH of 7.8

Great packaging

Cons:

Little expensive than other options

Why We Picked the Mizu Water?

Mizu’s mineral water is pure, safe, and clean to drink. Since it is sourced from the foothills of the Himalayas, it revives, restores and refreshes all senses and helps you stay healthy. To ensure that you get the best product, this water is filtered with accurate safety methods and goes through several testing before reaching out to you.

5. Bailley

Bailley is a packaged drinking water brand owned by Parle Agro. It was launched in 1993 and is known as a trusted brand in the country. It is a symbol of purity and is widely loved for being a safe source of drinking water. This brand has 52 state-of-the-art bottling plants across the country and is known for delivering service for different needs and occasions.

Prominent Features of the Bailley Water:

The Bailley Water Bottle has a rich mix of minerals and electrolytes that keep your body energised

Drinking this water every day can lead to the removal of toxins from your body and will make your skin glow from within

Bailley mineral water comes in convenient packaging with a sturdy handle that makes it easy to carry and hold

You can get 250ml, 500ml, 1 ltr, or 20 ltr bottles from a nearby store or order them online

Pros

Different pack sizes

Safe and pure

Affordable

Why We Picked the Bailley Water?

Bailley packaged drinking water is safe and pure and is preferred as an excellent source of drinking water in India. It comes in plastic bottle packaging of different sizes that are great to store. The water is packed with great minerals that are much needed for us to stay healthy. Also, it has a sweet taste that speaks about its purity and makes it a great choice to drink.




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Avoid the disadvantages of sleeping more, know how many hours of sleep is necessary for you

Avoid the disadvantages of sleeping more, know how many hours of sleep is necessary for you

Getting good sleep is beneficial for health. According to doctors, nine hours of sleep is enough for good health. If it is said that there are disadvantages of too much gold, would you believe it? Yes ! It is absolutely true that sleeping too much increases the risk of stroke by 23%. A study was done about the loss of excessive sleep, in which this thing came out. This has been revealed in a study of the Medical Journal of the American Academy of Neurology. People who take more than 90 minutes of midday naps have a 25% increased risk of stroke. Studies are still going on about the harm of sleeping too much. The study also revealed that disturbances in cholesterol levels can also be found in the form of loss of excessive sleep.

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The study revealed the disadvantages of sleeping too much

A study was done in China regarding the loss of more gold. In China, 31,750 people were included. All were about 62 years old. At the beginning of the study, no one had any type of stroke problem. These people were kept under observation for about six years. Stroke problem was found in 1557 people as loss of excessive sleep. People were also asked about their sleeping and napping habits.

People who were long sleepers and long nappers had an up to 85 percent higher risk of stroke. Along with the loss of more sleep, one more thing came out in this study. Moderate naps and maintaining quality sleep periods lead to fewer physical problems. Too much sleep can also be a cause of illness.


Know how many hours of sleep will be right

By the way, the hours of sleep have been fixed from newborn to adult. There are prescribed sleep schedules for children and adults. Sleeping for a fixed time keeps the body healthy, while the disadvantages of sleeping too much can also come to the fore.

Suitable sleep hours for a 0 – 3 year old baby: 15 -17 hours

Suitable sleep hours for 4 – 11 months baby: 12 – 15 hours

Suitable sleep hours for 1 -2 year olds : 11 – 14 hours

Suitable sleep hours for 3 – 5 year olds: 13 hours

Suitable sleep hours for 6 – 13 year olds: 9-11 hours

Suitable sleep hours for 14 -17 year olds : 7 – 9 hours

Suitable sleep hours for 18 – 25 year olds: 7 – 9 hours

Suitable sleep hours for people 26 – 64 years old: 7 – 9 hours

If enough sleep is taken, it helps to avoid the disadvantages of sleeping too much.

If you want to avoid the harm of sleeping too much, then remember these things

Choose a bedtime and don't change it under any circumstances. It is important to have the right way to sleep. Choose a time when you have finished everything and there is no interruption in your sleep. It is very important to fix the time to wake up, otherwise it becomes the cause of oversleep. Follow it daily. Initially you will have some problem, but after some time you will get used to the same routine. It is not advisable to wake up early after sleeping early, it has many health benefits. A relaxing bath can save you from the pitfalls of sleeping too much. Studies have shown that taking a bath improves the quality of people's sleep. Especially it helps older people to sleep. Also, the loss of too much gold can also be avoided.

Follow these tips, there will be no loss of more gold

Set a sleep schedule. Neither sleep too early nor too late.

Prepare an ideal sleep environment. Prepare the environment in which you sleep well. By doing this, sleep will open automatically after a fixed time. By following the rules for a few days, sleep will open on time.

Turn off all devices so that your sleep is not disturbed. Sleep deprivation can also lead to more sleep problems.

Don't do things together. By doing this, exhaustion will be quick and sleep can also decrease. Because of this, sleep will continue for a long time.

If there is a sleep related problem then it would be good to maintain a sleep diary. Write down all the things related to sleep in it. This can also be discussed with the doctor.

For good sleep it is necessary to be early at night and get up early in the morning. Night's sleep is deep and most important. Many people stay awake for a long time at night and then wake up after half a day. Due to this they also sleep more than necessary and sleep is also not complete. Feeling tired throughout the day. So sleep early at night. This will also save you from the loss of more gold.

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Know the disadvantages of overlapping

weigh on

feeling low energy

having memory problems

burning and tingly feeling in the eyes

feeling heavy or headache

disadvantages of sleeping too much

Some diseases have been included as the disadvantages of sleeping too much. When a person sleeps too much due to some reason, then there may be a possibility of the following problems.


Headache

obesity

diabetes

back pain

depression

heart problem

danger of death

thyroid problem

sleep apnea

narcolepsy

Medication

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Disadvantages of sleeping too much while driving

can be found to eat. If the driver suddenly falls asleep while driving, then a major accident can happen. If this happens, life can also be lost. The habit of sleeping too much is not good for anyone. Good quality sleep is as essential to overall health as exercising and eating a balanced diet. Still, many people have trouble falling asleep, waking up frequently during sleep. For this reason, it can also lead to late sleep time. In that case, do a checkup with your doctor. It may be that due to some problem you are getting sleep late.

If there is a problem of excessive sleep, then contact the doctor about this and get the body checked up. To avoid the harm of sleeping too much, it would be right to contact the doctor immediately.

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