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He was just 31 when he approached me with his psoriasis,  hypertension and chronic Bronchial asthma. 

He worked in a BPO. In this young age, with working in wee hours, constant stress, and irregular diet habits, he suffered hypertension and was already put on allopathic medications for the same. He also suffered from psoriasis over all 4 his limbs, chest, for seven months. Plus, he had long standing bronchial asthma for past 20 years for which he was on Rota cap inhaler.

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Keys of better parenting


"The relationship of parent and child, less noisy than all others, remains indelible and indestructible, the strongest relationship on earth."

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"How often do we not see children ruined through the virtues, real or supposed, of their parents?" As a parent, it becomes a matter of combined efforts for both mother as well as father, to be equally responsible for the better future & better growth of their children. And for that, the mutual understanding amongst parent & also being self-disciplined and self-responsible as individual parent plays a vital role in better upbringing of their children.

After reading the following points, making appropriate changes in your own self will do wonders on the path of better growth & better life of your children.

1. Keep your children healthy. Seeing, hearing and feeling well are essential to learning. Kids should go to bed at a reasonable time on school nights.

2. PLEASE don't send them to school if they are sick. If they are sick, and if they are send to school, not only does learning suffer but also so do their social skills. They should not made to go to school if they have a hacking cough or a thick, runny nose.

3. Talk with your children. Talk naturally. Don't use baby talk, no matter how young the child. The more words a child can understand and say, the easier it will be for him /her to learn to read and to understand. Never talk down to a child. If you use a word your child doesn't understand explain it to him and give him the proper definition. Look it up together in the dictionary so he knows where to get help on his own.

4. Listen to your children. Encourage them to talk about their everyday activities. Make sure you give them the chance to initiate conversation during meals, in the car and on other suitable occasions. Children will learn to express themselves if they know you will give them your undivided attention. BUT if you are always distracted yourself like watching T.V., talking on the telephone and being engrossed in chores, it will keep them from really expressing their feelings. There is a say,


"It doesn't matter how much time you spend with your child,
what matters is the quality of time you spend with them".

Remember, it's quality time that is important. Sit down and talk to them or at least lean down to their level.


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