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(१) खून में तैरती शक्कर के विनियमन करने के लिए प्याज 

प्याज में मौज़ूद रहता है क्रोमीयम खनिज अल्पांश में इसका सेवन शरीर की क्रियाओं यथा पाचन को सुचारु बनाये रखने  में उपयोगी सिद्ध होता है।प्याज इसका सहज सुलभ स्रोत है। 

(२) लहसुन में एक ऐसा तत्व रहता है जो खून में थक्का बनने से रोकता है। एंटीक्लॉटिंग प्रॉपर्टीज़ से युक्त इस तत्व का नाम है ajoene . 

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(3)एल्कोहल का सेवन आपको उनींदा(उनींदु ,निद्रालु ) बना देता है।लेकिन बाद में आपके सोने की लय को ही भंग करता है। बेहतर हो सोने से कमसे कम दो घंटा पहले अपनी आखिरी ड्रिंक खत्म कर लें। 

(४)If you are new to  aerobics ,gradually increase the duration of exercise over two months and then its intensity .

ऑक्सीजन की खपत बढ़ाने वाले व्यायाम  करने की यदि आपने पह की है तब रफ्ता रफ्ता ही इनकी अवधि बढाइये। दो माह बाद व्यायाम की इंटेंसिटी (ज़ोरदार तरीके से पहले से और ज्यादा ऑक्सीजन खपत करने वाले व्यायाम )फिर आप सुरक्षित रहते हुए कर सकते हैं इन्हें बनाये हुए भी रह सकते हैं। 



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practice of yoga with nutrition education can help 


cancer patients manage their disease today and lay the 

foundation of a healthy future. 

(4)Heavy internet users show symptoms of addiction: Study

Washington, Dec. 23 (ANI): Researchers have suggested that young adults who are heavy users of the Internet may also exhibit signs of addiction.

Researchers at Missouri

University of Science and Technology, Duke University Medical Center and the Duke Institute of 

Brain Sciences compared internet usage with measures of addiction. 

The research, presented on December 18 at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 

(IEEE) International Conference on Advanced Networks and Telecommunications Systems in 

Chennai, India, tracked the internet usage of 69 college students over two months. 

It revealed a correlation between certain types of internet usage and addictive behaviours. 

"The findings provide significant new insights into the association between internet use and 

addictive behaviour," said Dr Sriram Chellappan, an assistant professor of computer science at 

Missouri S&T and the lead researcher of the study. 

At the beginning of the study, the 69 students completed a 20-question survey called the Internet-

Related Problem Scale (IRPS). The IRPS measures the level of problem a person is having due to 

internet usage, on a scale of 0 to 200. 

This scale was developed to identify characteristics of addiction, such as introversion, withdrawal, 

craving, tolerance and negative life consequences. 

The researchers simultaneously tracked the campus Internet usage of participating students over 

two months. 

Chellappan, working with Dr P Murali Doraiswamy, a professor of psychiatry and behavioural 

sciences at Duke University Medical Center, found that the range of IRPS scores among 

participating students over the two-month period ranged from 30 to 134 on the 200-point scale. 

The average score was 75. Participants' total internet usage ranged from 140 megabytes to 51 

gigabytes, with an average of 7 gigabytes. 

The subjects' internet usage was divided into several categories, including gaming, chatting, file 

downloading, email, browsing and social networking (Facebook and Twitter). 

The total IRPS scores exhibited the highest correlations with gaming, chatting and browsing, and 

the lowest with email and social networking. 

The researchers also observed that specific symptoms measured by the scale correlated with 

specific categories of internet usage. They found that introversion was closely tied to gaming and 

chatting; craving to gaming, chatting and file downloading; and loss of control to gaming. 

"About 5 to 10% of all internet users appear to show web dependency, and brain imaging studies 

show that compulsive Internet use may induce changes in some brain reward pathways that are 

similar to that seen in drug addiction," said Doraiswamy. 

The team cautioned that the current study is exploratory and does not establish a cause and effect 

relationship between Internet usage and addictive behaviour.

They found that introversion was closely tied to gaming and chatting; craving to gaming, chatting and file downloading; and loss of control to gaming.

They found that introversion was closely tied to gaming and 

chatting; craving to gaming, chatting and file downloading; 

and loss of 

control to gaming.

Heavy internet users show symptoms of addiction: Study

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