உலக சுகாதார மையத்தின் கூற்றுப்படி ஆரோக்கியம் என்பது உடல் மனநலன் மற்றும் நோயற்ற நிலையே ஆகும்.
எண் சாண் உடம்புக்கு சிரசே பிரதானம் என்ற பழமொழிகேற்ப்ப ஆரோக்கியமான வாழ்வு என்பது மனநலத்தில் இருந்தே துவங்குகிறது.
ஒருவர் மனநலத்துடன் இருந்தால் அதுவே உடல்நலன், நோயற்ற நிலையை உத்திரவாதபடுத்தும். எனவே ஒவ்வொருவரும் முதலில் பேண வேண்டியது மனநல ஆரோக்கியமே ஆகும். குழந்தை பருவம் முதல் முதுமைப் பருவம் வரை மனதளவில் நாம் பல மாறுதல்களுக்கு உள்ளாகிறோம்.
Food is an essential part of our lives, so much so that we don’t pay a second thought to it. Our bodies themselves give us reminders to eat by signaling us through growling stomachs. And it’s not just a means of survival anymore; it is an indulgence and an experience for some of us. Some people travel all over the world to experience a wide variety of food but for those of us on a budget and time restraint, we just need to tap on our smartphones and we can have anything we are in the mood for delivered to us within an hour or less.
While all of us have routine meal times and prefer specific types of food, there are some of us who have problems with regular eating habits. Anorexia Nervosa is a disorder in which people see themselves as fat despite the fact that they are severely underweight.
It doesn’t need a definition. Everybody knows what it means. People young and old find it interesting and fun to take selfies and share them with people. The culture is so popular, that most smartphones advertise their selfie camera rather than their internal storage capacities. Numerous apps are there to get that perfect selfie shot with interesting filters and fun modifications. Social media is flooded with selfies every day. Recent studies report says that young millennials love selfies and are adventurous in posting selfies in novel settings that are sometimes too dangerous. In fact, a survey in 2016 showed that among 127 selfie-related deaths, India ranked first with 76 deaths. Normal routine, important events, and vacations are instantly shared on social media with selfies.
There is an old say that “Marriages are made in Heaven” I strongly believe that it doesn’t work the same way anymore
The Modern Millennial New say goes like this that “Marriages are made only in Relationships”.
These days we read that people are working longer hours to avoid being with their families. We hear that divorce rates have hit a record high.
Extended families don’t exist and elderly family members in need are cast aside. Meanwhile, children are out of control doing things that boggle the imagination. We have family averse population culture and we are in danger of having a family averse culture.
I have to get through this exam…There is no other option….
Mr. A is a 17 year old boy who is an intelligent and multi-talented person. His parents have dreams about his career and invested their hope on his education which caused more expectations to Mr. A. He is having interested in both academics and sports, but his parents had high expectation on his academic performance and not allowing him for play activities. Mr. A is a good “Athlete” in his childhood days. From his childhood, Mr. A don’t have much peer circle due to his restricted parenting style, so Mr. A had a rare chance to express his wills and feelings, this made Mr. A to developed lack of disclosure towards his parents.
Now Mr. A completed his 12th standard with great marks, then he attended the entrance examination for his “only preferred goal”.
In the year 2000, Battle Royale is released – a Japanese film that follows the lives of a group of high schoolers who are forced to fight to their deaths by the Japanese government. Fast forward to 2018 and PlayerUnknown’s BattleGround (PUBG) is released and it caters to the perfect audience of a generation of screen addicts. In the game, up to one hundred players parachute onto an island and have to fight each other till only one of them survives. The game involves scavenging for weapons and grotesque violence as the players attempt to kill each other and win something called a Chicken Dinner. The phrase “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” has been popularly associated to the game.
What started out as a harmless game eventually became very addictive and has even led to the death of a 16 year old in Madhya Pradesh. What is it that PUBG has that the previous video games did not have?
I need to go to the Church 16 times a day, or else God will kill my child.
This is the thought that brings 28-year-old Mrs. M to the hospital.
“Every day I have repetitive thoughts about going to the Church 16 different times. If I don’t go, I fear that my children will die a horrible and sudden death at the hands of God. These thoughts have completely stopped me from going about my day and doing my work. In fact, I haven’t been to work at all in the past 3 months. I understand how illogical I sound when I say this, but when I try to resist these thoughts, I start feeling very uneasy and restless. Sometimes I experience difficulty in breathing, and it takes me around 5 minutes to calm down. I really want these thoughts to leave my head. I feel stuck in life.”
Mr. A is an intelligent person. He is described as being aloof and distant by his friends and colleges. He never comes for parties or for gatherings where he is likely to meet people on an intimate level. He has turned down a promotion because it entitled a possible change of place, with increased responsibilities. He reasoned that he will not be able to handle the situations and that he was comfortable in his present situation. His wife and kids accuse him of not spending time with them even when on holidays. He avoids situations that are new to him and cannot be persuaded to try new things. His wife says, “I will not like it, I will not be able to do it” are his usual words to anything new. He plans his routine very carefully and gets intensely anxious, angry or upset for even minute changes.
The birth of the first baby is a very happy and special occasion in a woman’s life. If the baby is the first grandchild in the family, then the emotions are overflowing. Such was the situation when Rohit was born. Each stage of development was a wonder, from the appearance of the first tooth to the first step he took, and my God when he uttered his first-word ‘MaMa’, the oohs and ahhs from the family was astounding. He was very active rather hyperactive exhilarating wouldn’t sit in one place.
Gradually, Rohit was introduced to picture/alphabet books and it was like he had recorded the rhymes in his head, he literally sang all the time.