Erectile dysfunction or commonly known as impotence is the inability to keep an erection firm during a sexual act. This problem occurs with a lot of men and progresses with advancing age. Having problems with maintaining an erection is not a cause for concern but it can lead to unwanted effects on your mental and emotional wellbeing, such as stress and poor self confidence.
One in five of us deal with some form of mental health issue in our lifetime. Whether you are aware of it or not, you probably know someone who is dealing with their own mental health issues right now. Mental health problems aren’t always as obvious, or easy to spot as physical conditions, and can often creep up on us when we least expect it. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to take care of your mental health. Here are some of the best.
How often have you gone to the doctor and ended up with a drug prescription that no pharmacy in your vicinity stocked? Doctors often prescribe exotic brands that are either not readily available or are extremely expensive. But, you can easily find a “substitute” or “replacement” medicine that is equally effective and contains the same active ingredient or salt as its “branded” counterpart.
Delhi is one of the most polluted cities in India today. In fact, as per an article published in DailyMail back in 2015, nearly half of Delhi’s children suffer severe lung problems due to increasing air pollution. Exposure to bad air can put children at grave risk of developing acute respiratory illnesses.
In addition to outdoor air pollution, poor indoor air quality is also responsible for declining health conditions in children. Tuberculosis, asthma, severe upper tract respiratory infection, uncontrolled sneezing are some examples of respiratory illnesses that perpetuates in children as a result poor indoor air quality. While one cannot possibly control the quality of air outside, indoor air quality can certainly be improved with the help of air purifiers.
Everyone has dreamt at least once in their lives to pursue a medical career and when it comes to thinking about starting such a noble profession, bear in mind that this is a pretty steep road one has to climb but the rewards are sure worth it as practicing in the medical sector will give a heartwarming feeling to everyone who works there.
It is easy to accept defeat, succumb to self-pity and blame your stars when there is a crisis. And if this crisis is as gigantic as Ovarian Cancer, you need the strength of iron not to break down. But thanks to people like Anjali Sharma, who show us light in such utter darkness. A cancer survivor, Anjali refused to accept defeat in the hands of the sinister ailment and bravely defeated the deadly ailment with infinite positivity and patience. Here’s her inspiring story.