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Aromatherapy is a science of healing through fragrances & Aromatic essential oils that are extracted from a wide spectrum of curative healing plants & is considered as a benchmark of alternative medicines which are used for the preservation of health maintenance and human psychophysical balance.

The Breath, energy, relief, comfort, solace, restoration, serenity & calm state of mind are not only an essential component for our existence but also a vital energetic aspect for a living a well balanced life.


Ashna Ddhannak,MD &CEO of Holistic Life Coach said “Occasionally the ultimate moment in life is the realisation of the Life force within us “.

Causes of Anxiety & Repercussions –According to the Quantum’s Physics everything in the universe is made up of vibration or energy & these thoughts can emanate from within or we may pick on stray thoughts from others as well.

According to her anxiety is a type of mental health malfunction that specifically causes negative thinking, and the inability to control these thoughts that come into your head.

Anxiety related stress can be due to several other reasons like long term ill heath, side effects of sedatives, heredity and genetic makeup, chemical imbalances in the brain, harmful radiation from the environment and a mix of many other factors.

If left untreated for a long duration, it can lead to extreme fear, uneasiness & Panic attacks which can halter sleeping patterns greatly hampering one’s daily activities and interests at work and distorting relationships as well.

Realisation to turn around & look for Alternative Healing Options – As much as one relies on the modern medicine for treating their ailments, on a long run they may realise, that it has not cured it from the roots and has just given a temporary relief through the medications bringing the symptoms back time and again when dealing with high levels of stress says – Ashna Ddhannak

It then becomes integral need to focus on the old saying – “Prevention is better than Cure”. Here comes the need to look into various Alternative Healing modalities which can be adopted as a long term lifestyle changes that keeps one’s entire alignment of mind, body & soul fully integrated, helping them to lead a significantly wholesome & blooming life ahead.

How Aromatherapy can help – Aromatherapy is an ancient therapy which has a natural healing process to bring in peace and tranquillity within one’s space & helps to relive stress & various emotions disturbances, mental disorders, depression, headaches & Women related concerns like PMS, menopausal disorders etc.

Aromatic essential oils are pure extract from herbs that delivers the ethos of the aroma. To really experience the joy of Aromatherapy Ashna Suggests to use high quality essential oils which are 100% organic and pure.

She listed out various ways to use Aromatherapy – Some of these oils can be directly sniffed through the nose with a safe distance as it instantly helps to bring in deep levels of relaxation & they can also be applied on the pulse points for immediate relief and feeling of calmness under extreme pressure.

Other ways to use them in your environment can be through burning in a diffuser as it helps to spread a mesmerising fragrance in your space. A few drops added into your bath tub can also help to heal body tiredness.

Using it in forms of Aromatic Perfumes or Aura Sprays can greatly heal the central nervous system, evoking a pleasant fragrance & feeling that one can remember for long, because of its power to stir positive emotions.

Assorting & Blending specific oils can bring in great synergy- For eg –

· Burning Lavender & Frankincense Oil in your home can banish negativity.

· Using Rose & Geranium oils on your pulse points can infuse feelings of love and compassion.

· Lemon Grass & Mandarin are known as great stress busters.

· Sniffing Jasmine and Chocolate oils can treat mood swings & depression

· Ylang Ylang & Bergamot induces deep sleep and relaxation.

“Enlightening Lifestyle” – Miind Wellness Boutiique offers various pure Aromatic Blends that helps to bring in great Joy, Happiness, Peace & Blessings in one’s space.

Majic Of Niravanaa Blend – It helps to progress towards a Divine Journey with Agarwood & Anglica Fragrances.

Enlightening Sunshine Blend – It helps to bring out a sense of Joy & Freedom with Wild Orange & Island Hibiscus Fragrances.

Irish Blessing Blend – It helps to open out the heart chakra & heals the soul with Dark Patchouly & Cocoa Bean Fragrances.

Gratitude Express Blend – It helps to foster an attitude of Gratitude & Thanks giving with Myrrh & Geranium Fragrances.

Suraksha Kavaach Blend – It helps to embrace the feeling of safety and security with French Lavender, All Spice and Peppe


World Alzheimer’s Day 2020: Everything you must know about the brain disease

The theme for World Alzheimer’s Day 2020 is “Let’s Talk About Alzheimer.”




Alzheimer disease

World  Alzheimer’s Day is observed every year on September 21. The day aims at raising awareness and challenge the common stigma that surrounds Alzheimer related dementia.

According to Alzinfo, every 65 seconds, someone develops Alzheimer’s disease. At current rates, experts believe the number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s will quadruple to as many as 16 million by the year 2050.

The theme for World Alzheimer’s Day 2020 is “Let’s Talk About Alzheimer.” The day was first observed in 2012.

What is Alzheimer?

Alzheimer, in simple terms, is a brain disease that negatively affects memory, thinking, and behavior. These changes interfere with daily living. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease accounts for 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases. Most people with the disease get a diagnosis after age 65. If it’s diagnosed before then, it’s generally referred to as early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

Symptoms of Alzheimer:

According to the National Institute on Aging, in addition to memory problems, someone with Alzheimer’s disease may experience one or more of the following signs:

  • Memory loss that disrupts daily life, such as getting lost in a familiar place or repeating questions.
  • Trouble handling money and paying bills.
  • Difficulty completing familiar tasks at home, at work, or leisure.
  • Decreased or poor judgment.
  • Misplaces things and being unable to retrace steps to find them.
  • Changes in mood, personality, or behaviour.
  • Withdrawal from friends, family, and community.

Stages of Alzheimer:

  • Stage 1. There are no symptoms at this stage but there might be an early diagnosis based on family history.
  • Stage 2. The earliest symptoms appear, such as forgetfulness.
  • Stage 3. Mild physical and mental impairments appear, such as reduced memory and concentration. These may only be noticeable by someone very close to the person.
  • Stage 4. Alzheimer’s is often diagnosed at this stage, but it’s still considered mild. Memory loss and the inability to perform everyday tasks is evident.
  • Stage 5. Moderate to severe symptoms require help from loved ones or caregivers.
  • Stage 6. At this stage, a person with Alzheimer’s may need help with basic tasks, such as eating and putting on clothes.
  • Stage 7. This is the most severe and final stage of Alzheimer’s. There may be a loss of speech and facial expressions.

Treatment Of Alzheimer:

Alzheimer’s is most commonly identified through patient and family history, and by talking to the immediate family about the presence of symptoms. Also, brain imagining may be suggested to check for beta-amyloid protein deposits. As of today, there is no curative treatment for Alzheimer’s. Drugs are usually administered to manage symptoms and healthy lifestyle changes.

Despite this, Alzheimer’s is one of the most expensive diseases to get treatment for. The global cost of dementia is estimated to be around $1 trillion currently.

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At 7, child prodigy honours literary legacy with first book

They added that the title of the book, cover page and all the illustration are also a part of her creativity.




Abhijita a student of Class II

New Delhi, September 20: Padma Bhushan recipient Rashtrakavi Maithalisharan Gupts and Santkavi Siyaramsharan Gupt’s great grand daughter Abhijita Gupta, who is all of seven years and a child prodigy, has penned her first collection of stories and poems.

The book titled ‘Happiness All Around’, and was launched by Oxford Bookstores’ children’s wing, Oxford Junior in collaboration with Invincible Publishers. Seven-year-old Abhijita, taking after her family’s literary legacy, had started writing at a very tender age of five years.

The collection is an attempt to give children something to read, written by someone of their own age. (Abhijita Gupta – “The little poet”/Facebook)
“Abhijita is a student of Class II and is a third generation writer, to poet duo Rashtrakavi Shri Maithalisharan Gupt and Santkavi Shri Siyaramsharan Gupt. She is an avid reader and very expressive with her pen. She wrote her first story when she was a little over five years. By the grace of goddess Saraswati, she is carrying forward the traits of her forefathers and we hope she extends the legacy of Sahitya Sadan Gharana,” her parents Ashish Gupt and Anupriya Gupta said.

They added that the title of the book, cover page and all the illustration are also a part of her creativity.

“For her, every little thing around her matters: what she sees, she hears, she touches, she smells, she tastes and she feels — constantly soaking in the environment around her. And, her debut book proffers just that – the pure senses and humane values like an elixir.”

The collection is an attempt to give children something to read, written by someone of their own age. The book could prove equally useful for parents of young children, as it gives an insight into the mind of a six-seven year old and what thoughts and things interest her. The writings have been left untouched so that the innocence, mistakes included, of the child are not diluted.

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Covid-19 joblessness pushing youths to extremist groups in Northeast

Adding to this are the reports of a large consignment of China-made weapons reaching the hands of the secessionist Myanmar-based radical groups, who share close links with militant groups in India’s Northeast.




Unemployment Rate in India

India’s Covid-19 pandemic lockdown is now giving headaches to the national security agencies. Youth, left jobless during the pandemic, are reported to be joining the banned rebel groups such as the United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) and other such, in droves.

Adding to this are the reports of a large consignment of China-made weapons reaching the hands of the secessionist Myanmar-based radical groups, who share close links with militant groups in India’s Northeast.

The emerging scenario is threatening to upset the delicate balance achieved through years of hard work by the Indian security and intelligence officers, according to senior executives in the national security establishment, who requested to stay unnamed, citing government service rules.

The Arakan Army (AA) — which seeks an independent homeland in Myanmar’s Rakhine state — has received the fresh cache of Chinese weapons and is known to be one of the key suppliers of arms and ammunition to the rebel groups in Northeast India.

In addition, the AA opposes India’s Kaladan Multi Modal Project, which provides states like Mizoram — a landlocked province — an outlet to the sea through the Sittwe port in Myanmar, officials said. Interestingly the AA has not opposed the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor.

Security agencies have told the government that insurgent groups active along the Indo-Myanmar border find easy recruits among youth left unemployed by Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.

“The successful induction of the Chinese-made weapons by the AA will have an impact on the security situation in India’s Northeastern states, as much of these weapons are finding their way to some of the dormant militant groups of the Northeast,” the official said.

“The new weapons provide firepower to the northeastern groups whose ranks are increasing as youth left jobless by the pandemic are signing for militant groups.”

Strengthened by new recruits and rearmed, the Khaplang faction National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-K) — a banned militant group of Northeast based out of Myanmar — is gathering along the Indo-Myanmar Border in areas such as Mon to plan and execute attacks against the Indian security forces.

In 2016, the NSCN (K) killed 18 soldiers of the Indian Army, forcing India to launch cross border strikes on the militant hideouts taking refuge in Myanmar.

Worryingly, for India, peace talks with the Naga rebel groups have failed despite efforts of the Narendra Modi government.

Agencies have warned that groups like the People’s Democratic Council of Karbi Longri (PDCK) had recruited 15 fresh cadres in Assam. “There was recruitment of 10-15 cadres by the Karbi People’s Liberation Tiger in the outfit,” the source said.

Further, United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) had recruited 15-20 youths in the outfit from Meghalaya.

In Tripura, intelligence input indicates that extremist Parimal Debbrama of National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) is trying to revive his group and some newly recruited members of the outfit had completed their basic training in a hideout of Khagrachari District of Bangladesh.

“These cadres are planning to infiltrate into India for operations,” the source further added.

Intelligence agencies also stated that the India-Myanmar border remained susceptible to threat due to the presence of insurgent groups.

“Many insurgents groups are camping in Myanmar and trying to infiltrate through Tirap, Longding and Changlang districts of Arunachal Pradesh, Mon District of Nagaland and Charaideo district of Assam,” the source said.

(Sumit Kumar Singh can be reached at [email protected])

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