You may not even suffer from any kind of dental problems if you follow some basic oral hygiene tips. But we are so busy with our day to day life, that we absolutely forget about these important steps. As they say, a stitch in time saves nine; the same follows with your oral health. So, following oral hygiene tips today, will surely give you benefits in the long run. … [Read more...] about 12 Oral Hygiene Tips That We Ignore
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Face Masks We don't give face masks enough credit. Pampering yourself with a good face mask twice a week makes a good skincare routine. So, keep a couple of face masks in your grooming kit to keep things interesting. The most important thing when it comes to choosing the face mask for you is your skin type. Get a face mask that is the best for your skin type and use it regularly. … [Read more...] about Grooming Kit For Women: 10 Products That Are Absolute Essentials
I was cynical at first, but I researched Masters’ case and became convinced he was on death row for a crime he didn’t commit. I confirmed the stories I’d heard. He had become what a Buddhist teacher described as a bodhisattva, one who works to alleviate suffering in a place drowning in suffering. Jarvis had every reason to be bitter and full of rage—he started out that way. And yet he changed, and his bitterness and anger evolved into compassion. I decided to write about him, partly to explore questions we all ask ourselves: Many of us want to know if people can change and, if we can, how. Jarvis’s teacher, the Buddhist nun Pema Chodron, said that if he can find peace in San Quentin on death row, we can find it in our lives. I realized there were lessons for me and others in Jarvis’s story. … [Read more...] about David Sheff: Turning Grief into Active Compassion
From time to time, remind yourself that everyone grieves at their own pace and in their own way. Do not listen to people who suggest that you should be ‘over it’ in a set period of time such as one month or one year. Your grief will rise and fall. Sometimes you will feel it intensely, other times hardly at all. The intensity of your grief does not reflect how much you loved the person. When you feel grief arising, try not to fight it. Emotional turmoil is normal. Break down into a heap of tears if that helps. Depending on your character, you might like to allow yourself to cry in public or perhaps alone. The choice is yours. Do not be guided by culture or convention. Don’t try to meditate on the person you have lost until you feel ready. There is no rush. Instead, allow yourself to feel grief and to cry when you feel able. When grief becomes over-whelming, allow it to flow. You may feel more comfortable taking yourself off to a less crowded place should … [Read more...] about Should You Try To “Get Over” Grief?
The supplements, for sure. Americans spend an average of $56 per person on nutritional supplements per month. That’s $56 too much. These things are at best doing nothing for you, and at worst they can be killing you. Nobody really controls what’s inside supplements. These are not drugs that have to go through [clinical] trials and are seriously controlled by health agencies. Multivitamin pills don’t act in your body in the same way they do when you ingest them from plants. There are completely different chemical processes happening here. One big study on American physicians shows that those who are popping multivitamin pills were 7 percent more likely to die of cardiovascular disease than those who were not taking such supplements. It’s really something that we should stop doing unless your doctor prescribes you something. … [Read more...] about The Surprising Secret to Longevity