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How to Be Happy - A SCIENTIFIC PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS

Happiness is the feeling of contentment and satisfaction that craved by many but only achieved by some. Happiness is relative and subjective but for many successful individuals the presence of a great family life in a flourishing career is often not enough. On some occasions, compels individual from feeling a sense of loneliness, often sadness and melancholy. In order to understand how to be happy, we need to look at the ways we react to everything around us. Behavioral scientists have made lots of studying to find the secret of happiness. 

Here are psychological five reasons why people have a harder time finding happiness. 
1)Being Overly Ambitious People feel not satisfied with what they already have.  Their complex mind gives them the ability to see something bigger and better a purpose.  These people fail to enjoy mundane things in everyday life because their minds crave something stimulating and fantastically idealistic that cannot be found in the real world. This is often manifes…

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You Are Calling Death! If There Is Deficiency of Vitamin B12

Do you also ask to slow down the fan even in such weather, when the rest are feeling hot, because your body does not like to feel cold? Or a sudden burning or cold sensation, pain in the joints, trouble in remembering anything, heart beat and swelling, skin falling yellow, pain in mouth and tongue, loss of appetite, feeling weak, weight loss, frequent diarrhea or constipation, difficulty in walking, unnecessary fatigue, are becoming victims of depression? These symptoms are warning signs of Vitamin B12 the deficiency in your body and it may be life threatening and invoking new diseases regularly. It is common for people to get vitamin B12 shortage, but most people do not know about it. Most of the adults are lacking in it. Pregnancy, lactating women may also be short of Vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to many diseases. Some of these diseases can be treated easily, but there are some diseases, which are very serious. Due to these serious diseases, the patient may have to s…

Why Are You Feeling Cold After Eating?

 Why Are You Feeling Cold After Eating? People often experience a change in body temperature after they eat something. Some, therefore, have the confusion, "why do I get cold after eating?" Some think it happens because they smoke, others are of the view that it happens because of a slow metabolism. Continue reading to learn about different causes of why you feel cold after eating and things you can do about it. Why Do I Get Cold After I Eat?Depending on the temperature and type of food you eat, it is natural to experience some changes in your body temperature after eating. Usually, your body heats up when your blood moves to your digestive system and away from the extremities. Your body temperature will also rise while digesting food that requires more energy to break down, such as protein. Yet, your body temperature may come down if you have eaten cold foods and increase when you eat hot foods. Below are some possible causes of coldness after eating.
1. Hypothyroidism Why do …

9 Knee Pain Dos and Don’ts

HEALTHY and FITNESS Knee pain has a number of different causes. There are many things you can do to help knee pain, whether it’s due to a recent injury or arthritis you’ve had for years. According to Arthritis UK, low impact exercise and keeping to a healthy weight can reduce symptoms, whatever the cause of the pain.
There are several things you can do to help knee pain, whether it is due to a recent injury or arthritis you've had for years.
Follow these 9 dos and don’ts to help your knees feel their best.

6 NATURAL REMEDIES TO PREVENT OSTEOPOROSIS

Worldwide about 8.9 million fractures every year are caused by Osteoporosis. According to studies, about 1 in every 3 women over 50 years of age suffer fractures due to osteoporosis. Like other parts of your body, your bones are – alive and constantly growing living tissue. Some bone cells get dissolved and some grow to replace them. Osteoporosis is a condition of thinning of the bones where bone loss outpaces the growth of new bone for people suffering from this. This condition causes the bones to become brittle and subject to fracture. Fractures of the hip, vertebrae and other bones may lead to serious long-term consequences. When you are in your 20s, your bone density is at its highest but your bones start to weaken as you enter your mid-30s. Advancing age is one of the many reasons due to which your bones begin to break down faster than they build and thus one of the reasons for osteoporosis. More women than men are affected by osteoporosis. Risk of osteoporosis in women is equal …