World no tobacco day

A sad sad story,One of my friend Kunal, being addictive to Cigarette. when he smoked for the first time.it was all for fun.just to show the guts that you are a man,one of the random beliefs that today’s generation follows.

back to our college days,it was a belief that one who smokes  is toughest of all,he could do anything. Smoking was a sign of bravery. Kunal was the one who always wanted to be the toughest guy so he did whatever he could do.but later on,may be a year or after he realized it had nothing to do with bravery.If all a cigarette can do for you is to hurt you in several ways. it was the time when i met Kunal, he could talk to me about how he became so addicted to it. i found it hard for him,i knew he badly wanted to get rid of his addiction. we used to search some better ways to get rid of his worst habit,unfortunately nothing really worked.

 

soon he diagnosed with mouth cancer.i told his father about that he was broken inside,his Family did whatever they could do but they couldn’t save him.

I remember Dave saying to me “i want to spend one more month with my Family”

It didn’t happened.

Smoking is no longer a sign of Bravery,i know it all starts for fun and when you move along,it takes over you.You know the best part about Tobacco companies,they kill their best customers.

i have a hearty advice to today’s generation,please invest in your Health.If you are stronger and fitter,So does your family will.

 If you can’t stop smoking then cancer will,

1 in every 5 people die from cancer caused by smoking each year

Don’t be fool.

Stop smoking now!

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World thalassemia day

Thalassemia is a genetic blood disorder. People with Thalassemia disease are not able to make enough hemoglobin, which causes severe anemia. Hemoglobin is found in red blood cells and carries oxygen to all parts of the body. When there is not enough hemoglobin in the red blood cells, oxygen cannot get to all parts of the body. Organs then become starved for oxygen and are unable to function properly.

There are two primary types of Thalassemia disease: Alpha Thalassemia disease and Beta Thalassemia disease.

There are two main types of Alpha Thalassemia disease. Alpha Thalassemia Major is a very serious disease in which severe anemia begins even before birth. Pregnant women carrying affected fetuses are themselves at risk for serious pregnancy and delivery complications. Another type of Alpha Thalassemia is Hemoglobin H disease. There are varying degrees of Hemoglobin H disease.

Thalassemia is a complex group of diseases that are relatively rare in the United States but common in Mediterranean regions and South and Southeast Asia. Worldwide, there are 350,000 births per year with serious hemoglobinopathies (blood disorders). In the United States, as a consequence of immigration patterns, occurrence of thalassemia disorders is increasing.

The thalassemias are a diverse group of genetic blood diseases characterized by absent or decreased production of normal hemoglobin, resulting in a microcytic anemia of varying degree. The thalassemias have a distribution concomitant with areas where P. falciparum malaria is common. The alpha thalassemias are concentrated in Southeast Asia, Malaysia, and southern China. The beta thalassemias are seen primarily in the areas surrounding Mediterranean Sea, Africa and Southeast Asia. Due to global migration patterns, there has been an increase in the incidence of thalassemia in North America in the last ten years, primarily due to immigration from Southeast Asia.

Thalassemia patients need blood transfusions on regular basis for survival.

Regular blood transfusions provide thalassemia patients with the red blood cells they need to survive. Once these red blood cells are broken down, however, the body is left with an excess of iron

Nowadays, drugs designed to remove excess iron (iron chelators) have significantly changed the prognosis of thalassemia major. Patients can grow and develop normally, with relatively normal heart and liver functions. Adult patients are living well and some have children of their own. Medical advances continue and promise to improve the life expectancy and quality of life further for those living with thalassemia.

A healthy person can donate blood 3 or 4 times in an year for thalassemia patients.

Blood banks need blood on large extent in order to fulfill the needs of Thalassemia patients…

If you are a strong and healthy person then Blood donation on regular basis could be the greatest donation by you.

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World Asthma Day

Hello my dear bloggers, It’s 2 May,The World Asthma day..

World Asthma Day is an annual event organized by the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) to improve asthma awareness and care around the world.

With treatment, most people with asthma are able to live normal lives. But there are some simple precautions you should take if you see the symptoms.

I hope it will help.

  1. If you are suffered from Asthma,It’s important to take any prescribed medication regularly, as this can help keep your symptoms under control and prevent severe asthma attacks.
  2. Avoid smoking-If you have asthma and you smoke, stopping smoking can significantly reduce how severe and frequent your symptoms are.
  3. Healthy Food habits-Most people with asthma can eat a normal, healthy diet.It will help in maintaining your weight.
  4. Regular exerciseExercising regularly is as important for people with asthma as everyone else.
  5. Vaccinations– Certain infections can trigger your symptoms if you have asthma.You can get these vaccinations at your GP surgery or a local pharmacy that offers a vaccination service.
  6. A Good sleep could helpAsthma symptoms are often worse at night. You might wake up some nights coughing or with a tight chest.If your child has asthma, poor sleep can affect their behavior and concentration, as well as their ability to learn.

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#Let’s be the part of the Initiative

#Let the world Go Hand in Hand

If we do not lay out ourselves in the service of Mankind then

Whom should we serve?

#WorldAsthamaDay

World Health Day #7th April

World Health Day, celebrated on 7 April every year to mark the anniversary of the founding of the World Health Organization, with a unique opportunity to mobilize action around a specific health topic of concern to people all over the world.

The theme of our 2017 World Health Day campaign is depression.

Depression affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries. It causes mental anguish and impacts on people’s ability to carry out even the simplest everyday tasks, with sometimes devastating consequences for relationships with family and friends and the ability to earn a living. At worst, depression can lead to suicide, now the second leading cause of death among 15-29-year olds.

Yet, depression can be prevented and treated. A better understanding of what depression is, and how it can be prevented and treated, will help reduce the stigma associated with the condition, and lead to more people seeking help.

What is depression?

Depression is an illness characterized by persistent sadness and a loss of interest in activities that you normally enjoy, accompanied by an inability to carry out daily activities, for at least two weeks. In addition, people with depression normally have several of the following symptoms: a loss of energy; a change in appetite; sleeping more or less; anxiety; reduced concentration; indecisiveness; restlessness; feelings of worthlessness, guilt, or hopelessness; and thoughts of self-harm or suicide.

 

Things to do:

There are several ways to fight with depression.

your friend,family member,colleague or anyone you know,who has suffered from depression,you can at least make a conversation with them.

If you are suffering from depression Talking with people you trust can be a first step towards recovery from depression.

I can list a few ways to fight with depression.

  1. Listening to soothing music
  2. Reading my blog everyday, Just kidding…
  3. Meditation
  4. Making out to the hill stations or your favorite places
  5. Reading jokes

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6.Keep Talking to your loved one’s,not on phone or social media but face to face conversation,this is where they can read what’s going inside your mind.Don’t ever try to hide your thoughts from them,because a little Support sometimes can swing your moods.

7.Last and most important-Keep smiling…

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“A man asks a farmer near a field, “Sorry sir, would you mind if I crossed your field instead of going around it? You see, I have to catch the 4:23 train.”

The farmer says, “Sure, go right ahead. And if my bull sees you, you’ll even catch the 4:11 one.”

 

 

 

“A man is walking in the desert with his horse and his dog when the dog says,

“I can’t do this. I need water.”

The man says,

“I didn’t know dogs could talk.”

The horse says,

“Me neither!”

 

 

This one is hilarious…..!!!!

 

A: Can a kangaroo jump higher than the Empire State Building?
B: Of course. The Empire State Building can’t jump.

 

 

#HappyWorldHealthDay #Everyone

#KeepSmiling

National Walking Day

 

 

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8 Benefits of Walking at least 30 minutes a Day:-
1. Walking strengthens your heart

2. Walking lowers disease risk
3.Walking helps you lose weight

“Walking helps to improve circulation by strengthening our second heart. The second heart is a group of muscles, veins and valves located in our calf and foot,
With every step that we take, we push blood back up to our heart.”
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Let’s walk  in style

Or Let’s walk for a while

Life is a short trip

For sitting in a sandpit..

#Lace up and GO

#NationalWalkingDay2017