Womenlines brings health section for benefit of its readers. Every month one disease will be taken in consideration and Ms Ketki Vinayachandra, a trained naturopath in Singapore, Herbalist, Nutritionist and Iridologist will be sharing her opinion about the disease.Trained in Sydney, Australia and is registered with the Australian Body NHAA – National Herbalist Association of Australia – the only association that registers herbalists in Australia.
Migraine is a debilitating condition characterized by moderate to severe headaches, and nausea, about 3 times more common in women than in men.
The typical migraine headache is unilateral pain (affecting one half of the head) and pulsating in nature, lasting from 4 to 72 hours; symptoms include nausea, vomiting, photophobia (increased sensitivity to light), phonophobia (increased sensitivity to sound), and is aggravated by routine activity. Approximately one-third of people who suffer from migraine headaches perceive an aura—unusual visual, olfactory, or other sensory experiences that are a sign that the migraine will soon occur.
Q.How to control Migraine Pain following naturopathy ways?
Ketki:Migraine pain can be due to various factors. it can be hormonal changes that induce such changes especially prior to periods or one of the accompanying symptoms for severe PMS ( premenstrual syndrome). The other factors we need to consider for migraine pain can be due to skeletal issues or misalignment , which then requires some adjustment. It can be dehydration, food allergies, constipation , lack of sleep. So a Naturopath would look at various factors and rule them out before deciding the treatment approach through diet, supplements and herbs.
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The Internet has made life easier for women!
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Chillibreeze has also empowered many women through its writer’s network. Women want work which provides the flexibility of time so that they can balance work and home with their ease.Platforms like Chillibreeze is a blessing to such women. Chillibreeze Writer Services & Projects provide ample of work resources to a woman , and that too they can carry their work from any part of the world!
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Promoting Excellence in Women!
Indian women spread their charm everywhere they are, why not in Singapore!
Indian women association of Singapore organized a shopping fare, IWA Bazaar, on 11 September, at Holiday Inn Singapore with much fun fare. It was a lovely experience participating in shopping fair and meeting such enterprising ladies.This fair gave a platform to all those entrepreneur ladies who are trying to create a niche for themselves by using their creativity or doing some business. There were various stalls put up by different vendors in the bazaar showcasing jewelry, clothing’s, paintings and much more such items.
The Indian Women’s Association (IWA) of Singapore is a non-profit organization under the patronage of the High Commission of India. Founded in 1998 IWA comprises of a large exclusive member body representative of both the expatriate as well as local Indian Community. IWA is managed by a volunteer executive committee elected annually.IWA endeavors to bring the Indian community together by giving them a platform to connect, support, and network with each other whilst living Singapore. Through IWA members participate in social, cultural, educational and philanthropic activities. IWA’s mission is not only to present a cultural platform but also to provide a networking interface to its working members.Membership is open to all women of Indian origin or married to men of Indian origin residing in Singapore.
The organizing committee led by Ms. Ranjeeta and Ms. Monisha had put lots of hard work in organizing such event on such a bigger scale. The show was glamorized by the ramp walk by lovely ladies displaying their brands of clothes and jewelry.There were some unique stalls which displayed the creativity of our womenfolk. Gifts stall by Ms. Shraddha Agarwal was unique in itself. She displayed her creativity through her baby diaper gift cakes which is an innovative idea in itself. Ms. Georgie displayed her own designed jewelry in a very creative manner. She designs jewelry with gems and stones.
Events like IWA Bazaar are really helpful in promoting entrepreneurship spirit of our womenfolk. Womenlines hats off to all those lovely ladies who took the initiative to organize this event.
Promoting Excellence in Women!
Age is no bar to keep on working in today’s times- Unless you are passionate!
WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE
I was never interested to know about Madam Vera Waters until I met her. She is a 73 years old lady from Hong Kong who is so much into her work that will put shame to any youngster who always complains about their workload and other things in life. Nobody can guess her age as she has maintained herself so well. You will never find a wrinkle on her hands, she carries herself with such a charm that is unmatchable. Though she gives all credit to Nuskin for her younger looks as she swears by NuSkin Products. Its her own positive attitude towards life which counts more.
Vera Waters is a 5 million dollar circle member elite in NuSkin-an Enterprises, a leading direct-selling company that distributes premium quality products and services. It’s not about the company I want to emphasize but it’s about only her. Madam Waters has basket full of achievement through her life. She has worked as a manager at Standard Chartered, she was the first lady in Hong Kong to set up a Beauty and Charm school, she has received Asia Pacific Life Time Achievement award, she was on the list of 100 outstanding women entrepreneurs of China, and now at 73 years of age she is as much passionate about her work in NuSkin as any newcomer who wants to bring change in others life.
Success is by choice, she proclaims. She is a super positive woman who believes in the quote that “There is no shame in justifiable failure. There is the shame only in fear of failure.” When somebody asked her that at what age she will love to retire, she answered with a smile “I will love dying while working”. How passionate she is for her work that reflects in the way she works for Nuskin. She is working for last 19 years for NuSkin.
Vera Waters is an inspiration to womenfolk in today’s times. She is setting up an example that it doesn’t matter what work you are doing, but how much you love doing what you are doing, that fills you with love for life and for the world too.So love your work and love the world around!
Promoting Excellence in Women!
Its gives a strange feeling to even write what I felt after seeing the photographs of boy Alfie holding his baby daughter in his arm!
No use of blasting the European culture of upbringing kids, or effect of modernisation on kids, or effect of access of different media on kids. It sounds cliche if we discuss it. Things are changing fast around but never realized that fast. Boy who is 12 year old involves himself with a girl, next door, sleeps with her and fathers a baby! He trys to portray himself to be a responsible father and says he will look after his child with full responsibility.
What to comment? That boy was living in such an environment that he was aware about the act of involving himself with a girl, and then getting her pregnant. Isn’t it alarming? Being a mother I am in a shock! How I will safe my kids childhood? How I will protect my child from all negativities of the media?
How I will safeguard his innocence? I am full of insecurity. But no choice I have to live with it….
Its really time to get alert. We as parents have to take certain steps to safeguard our kids childhood innocence. I am in a dilemma how to go about it! Should I remove all the access to media from my home. Should I stop bringing magazines, newspapers. Should I keep my kid at home only. Its tough to decide.
I am really confused. I can just trust my God and the way I am bringing up my kid. Morals and values definitely help in giving kids the right direction!