Wednesday, July 17, 2013

7 Reasons to Give way to Ambulances

1. In Medical terminology, the first Hour post any 
    accident is called ‘The Golden Hour’.The victims receiving medical aid within this hour or not can be 
    the difference between life and death.

2. You break law if you do not giving way to Emergency vehicles and are liable for fine and counselling by city traffic police.
3. Always wanted to be a Hero? Here’s your chance to be.
4. It is frustrating when your dear ones need help and 
    you can’t do anything. The patient’s relatives in the ambulance also feel the same.
5. For commuters, time = money, for those in an ambulance Time = Life.  Remember  Life > Money
6. You get to have a happy day and a guilt-free sleep.

7.  Last but Not the least. There can be No reason not to Save a life!

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Are we forgetting the basics?

Nowadays, we hear young, bright individuals suffering from stress, heart illness and other ailments. Diseases unheard of at a younger age are becoming today a reality. Stressful life, multi-tasking, fast lifestyle among others, are blamed on a regular basis by experts. But did you know that the cure to most of these ailments is actually free and you always had access to it. And that is:


Why Sleep plays a major role?
1. Keeps you in shape - your weight can be as simple as getting a good night's sleep. Lack of sleep can make you put on weight by drastically slowing your metabolism down.
2. You can concentrate better – A bad night’s sleep can leave you struggling all day. That also explains the lapse in concentration while driving leaving you and others at risk as well
3. You’ll be in a great mood and happiness is  definitely the key to a longer life  
4.  You’ll be able to make better decisions – An alert  mind allows for a better  and quick decision    process which can help handle a stressful profile better
5.  You’ll remember things Clearly – Did you know? During deep sleep the brain  goes through our impressions of the day in a process vital to memory    formation.
6.  You are less likely to get ill - Lack of sleep can suppress your immune        system, which makes you more vulnerable to infections
7.  You’ll Live longer - Studies have found people who routinely sleep for fewer than six hours a night have a higher risk of dying sooner than people of a similar age who sleep for seven or eight hours a night.

So, here we are. The solution to a good health and long life can be seen with eyes closed :)