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    ...How about the time you went delirious with joy? Or did something outrageously crazy for love? Riding the emotional roller coaster is a familiar activity for most of us. Emotional wellness is about being in touch with your emotions and acknowledging them. By doing so, we can change the way we feel. Emotions affect our life, hugely. It affects our breathing, our digestion and therefore our skin and hair as well. As a beauty professional, I have seen emotional condition reflects on your skin. Dark circles, shallow complexion, blemishes, acne, excessive dryness, hairfall, dandruff are all reflections of your emotional wellness. In this blog let’s discuss some common emotional states we experience like worry and anger. Let’s take a simple example. For example, you worry a lot. Have you observed that when you get worried, your muscles get tensed? And that includes your stomach muscles. And this results in you not being able to digest your food. I have suffered this for years. For me, it’s more about anxiety. ...

    TOI on July 18, 2017, 12:05 a.m.

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    ...Ordinarily, a healthy skin needs minimal care and efforts. However, an inadequate or improper care can ruin a healthy skin. A regular skin-care regime and discipline are absolutely essential. If you want your skin to look attractive and healthy, there are a few rules you should follow. Internal care of a perfect complexion requires a sensible diet, plenty of water, adequate sleep, moderate sleep, moderate exercise, and a calm disposition. All these contribute to a soft, beautiful skin. Diet What you eat goes to your skin through the blood stream. Food for a pretty skin includes fruit and vegetables, lean meat, dairy products, whole grain breads and cereals. Be moderate in your intake of sweets, chocolate, starches and greasy food and food to which you might be sensitive. If you break out into hives the day after you eat fish or prawns or in bumps when you’ve indulged in an orgy of chocolate, you know which food to restrict in your diet. Drink plenty of liquids. Moisture is the key to fair complexion. ...

    TOI on July 11, 2017, 12:01 a.m.

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    ...Beauty is inside out. It is not just about the make-up you wear or your hair style. It is not about absolute good features or a perfect body. Beauty is much more than that. It is about how you are in terms of physical, emotional and mental wellness. All of this reflects on your face, hair and body. A radiant skin comes from within not just from the creams and lotions that you use. Let’s understand these aspects one by one. First is the physical wellness – the body . The right nutrition, right exercise and adequate sleep play a crucial role in your beauty. It s about proper nutrition – what you eat, taking all your vitamins and minerals and proteins ; about exercise which will keep the circulation going and it is about having adequate sleep. Lack of any of this will instantly reflect on your skin and hair. We will talk about this in detail in upcoming posts. Your emotional wellness affects your beauty too. A genuinely happy person will have a face that glows and eyes that shine. ...

    TOI on April 16, 2017, 9:50 a.m.