Link between Obesity and Stress 

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Link between Obesity and Stress Stress and Obesity are linked to each other. When people are stressed out they have more tendency to food items that are more in Fat and Sugar. Serotonin, Cortisol and Neuropeptide are few hormones that are the reason behind this.

Crave for eating fatty and sugary food at the time you are stressful will make you body feel good. This feel good is actually produced by the serotonin hormone in the body. The consumption of fatty and sugary food items will make one obese.

The other hormone Cortisol actually works as a fat storage and energy use. It is known for making you hungry. This is a reason for people to eat more of fatty and sugary food.

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How to Breathe Properly When You Run

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How to breathe when you runRunning is a beautiful sport because of its simplicity. Just lace-up your shoes and run. When we head out for a run, there are plenty of things to think about: how our feet land, how we bend our arms, and how quick our stride rate is. But the one thing most runners don’t think about is how to breathe. If you’re not focused on how you breathe while running, you should be.

Breathing while running is crucial to maintain stamina and energy. Breathe and run with tips from a fitness trainer at the Phyworld. Breathe though your nose and out of your mouth while running.

Learning how to breathe properly while running can help you run faster and longer with less effort, and prevent you from getting painful side-aches and stitches during your workout.

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Are you breathing the right way?

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Are you breathing the right way- PhyworldThe benefits of breathing right are both physical and emotional. It even gives you a sharper mind and smaller waistline! 

Good breathing is a major component of good health, yet many of us spend our lives taking too-shallow breaths that can increase our stress levels. Learning to breathe right can help us get rid of chronic pain, constipation, skin problems, anxiety and insomnia.

For most of us, breathing is nothing more than an automatic function that keeps us alive, a steady flow that brings in vital oxygen and expels carbon dioxide. But unlike heartbeat or digestion, breath is a bodily function we can consciously control. If you’ve ever taken a deep breath to keep a panic attack at bay, then you already know the wonders breathing can have on your wellbeing. Not only will paying regular attention to your breath give you a good reading on your mental and emotional state, you’ll also tap into an easy and effective way to manage stress and anxiety.  Read More

How to Lose Weight?

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Losing weight and staying thin are primary concerns of our society today. Aside from being a major concern for individuals and their physical appearance, obesity is a major alarm for doctors in relation to a variety of health issues with which it tends to coincide. Obesity is the presence of excess fat, in the form of adipose tissue, which is stored subcutaneously and viscerally.

Being overweight or obese can lead to many serious diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke, hypertension, gall bladder disease, osteoporosis, and some forms of cancer. In addition, obesity can play a large role in other health problems such as depression, stress incontinence, musculoskeletal injury, and pain. Obesity is the leading cause of premature preventable death in this country. Read More

Stroke Rehabilitation

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stroke2A stroke occurs when the supply of blood to the brain is interrupted suddenly or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts, spilling blood into the spaces that surrounds the brain cells. There are two types of strokes:

  1. Ischemic Stroke: It is blockage of blood vessel connecting to the brain. Ischemic Stroke accounts for approximately 80 % of all Stroke incidents. Either an abnormal narrowing or thickening of the artery wall can also cause ischemic Strokes.
  2. Haemorrhagic Stroke: It is bleeding into or around the brain. Such strokes account for approximately 20 % of all strokes.

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Do You Know That You Can Learn To Handle Your Stress, Just Sitting on A Computer!!!

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If you ask what the single most important key to longevity is, I would have to say it is avoiding worry, stress and tension. And if you didn’t ask me, I’d still have to say it. Saying this George Burns emphasised upon the fact that with increasing job pressure, media overload, competition, sleep deprivation and decreasing general health, relationship and nutrition status, stress is bound to occur. As symptoms such as headaches, palpitations, stomach problems and hair fall are become more prevalent; the need to act against this juggernaut of stress is becoming important. However to act on it, one must know what stress unambiguously is. To beat the negative side of stress, you have two choices: Reduce the strain or boost your ability to weather its effects.

Stress is one’s mind and body response to a real or imagined threat. Internal or external stressors cause this stress. Here is a list of what actually causes stress: Read More

6 Ways Pilates Can Improve Your Health

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kreiter_barre1_gGroup classes are a fun way to get an affordable workout and at Phyworld we pride ourselves on providing precise cues, hands-on adjustments and constant feedback on form from our clients so that they can get the most out of each session. Pilates is an exercise routine that is accessible to anybody of any age or fitness level. The exercises can be adapted to fit your personal fitness program. In addition to this, they also offer a variety of health benefits to people who practice it on regular basis. Below-mentioned is the workout routine described by Dr. Vandana JaiSingh a well-known physiotherapist in Delhi that will help you improve your overall health.

  1. The Best Tummy Tucks: It’s the best and lively exercise for flattening the tummy or to lose in inches.

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Are you ready to run?

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Sports Injury Rehabilitation is a safe therapeutic approach that helps athletes effectively treat pain and achieve optimal performance. It helps the players to evaluate performance, prevent or treat injury, enhance performance with least efforts. Rehabilitation procedures are performed by a team that comprises of physical therapists, orthopedic physicians/surgeons, athletic trainers, and massage therapists. Athletes and individuals who play sports regularly are more prone to develop sports injuries and some of the common sports injuries are tennis elbow, ankle sprain, strain, fractures, herniated disc, knee injuries, Achilles tendon, dislocation, and tarsal tunnel syndrome. These injuries occur from various sports such as golf, football, basketball, athletics, and tennis. Rehabilitation is the process to regain full function following injury and involves restoring strength, flexibility, endurance and power. We use a systematic approach as mentioned below to get you back in the game. Read More

What is Osteopathy?

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Osteopathy is a form of natural therapy  that treats your body physically as a single functioning unit. It is categorized in the branch of alternative medicine that is non-invasive and much more effective than other medicines.

Osteopathy treats movement restrictions in your tissues that inhibit you from being healthy and fit. This treatment focuses on the root cause of pain instead of simply concealing the symptoms. It also prevents the symptoms from coming back

Benefits :

It helps in relieving chronic pain, body stiffness , joint pains, stress , lack of sleep , The practice encourages the body to heal by itself and rely less on medicines. Few benefits of this treatment as advised by Dr. Vandana JaiSingh, who is a renowned physiotherapist in Delhi are listed below: Read More

INCH LOSS TREATMENT

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If you are tired of dieting or you have attained desired results in the gym or you are worried about your post pregnancy weight gain then this treatment is just for you. The slimming session is done by recent advancement in medicine and hence has no side effects. Below are the treatments options that are given at Phyworld by renowned physiotherapist in DelhiDr. Vandana JaiSingh.

1. Manual lymphatic drainage Massage: This type of massage encourages the lymph glands to work more efficiently at flushing out excess fluid and toxins. It targets fat cells to help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

2. i- lipo: It gives an immediate inch loss and can reduce cellulite. It is a cost effective treatment and is non-invasive.Inch loss treatment

3. Taping Techniques: Taping techniques helps in maintain proper tone of muscle and also assist in drainage to proper channels. It helps in maintaining muscle length and relaxes muscle.

4. Compression: Compression basically helps to improve the lymphatic system of the body and also assist in inch loss of target area. It helps to get rid of water retention and allows reduction of overall swelling. Read More