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Can Facial Exercises Help?
Face Yoga Exercises for Turkey Neck
Results of the Face Exercises For The Neck
Turkey Neck is an unflattering term used for the appearance of loose skin around the neck, jawline, and chin. As we age, our neck muscles weaken and the skin in this area loses elasticity and firmness that keeps it in shape. While everyone ages differently, you can generally start seeing physical signs of aging on your face and neck after the age of 40 when the skin around your neck start...
Does Face Yoga Work for Double Chin?
Face Yoga Exercises to Reduce Double Chin
Nobody wants a double chin. This unflattering appearance is often associated with weight gain and tends to appear when there is a layer of fat under your chin known as submental fat. But other factors, such as genetics and aging are also responsible for it. Even poor posture (such as looking down on our screens often) and facial structures can cause a double chin. Fortunately, you can get rid of your doubl...
Can Facial Exercises Help With Marionette Lines?
Exercises for Marionette Lines
Before and After Face Yoga for Marionette Lines
One of the natural consequences of aging is the appearance of wrinkles, whether we like it or not. After age 20, our skin begins to lose elasticity and collagen production starts to decline, which ultimately contributes to fine lines and wrinkles as we age. Because the skin around the mouth is thinner than the rest of the face, it tends to develop wrinkles quicker. M...
How Face Yoga Helps with An Asymmetrical Face
Face Yoga Exercises for Face Symmetry
Tips And Tricks to Make Your Face Look More Symmetrical
Having an asymmetrical face is extremely common where one side of your face will not perfectly mirror the other side. In fact, only 2% of the population has symmetrical faces. While most faces are asymmetrical and appear broadly symmetrical, people seem to prefer and perceive more symmetrical faces as attractive. Evolutionary scientists proposed that symm...
If you are prone to redness, itchy skin, blotchy patches, or if your skin gets irritated easily, then you probably have sensitive skin. People who experience eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, or allergic contact dermatitis also fall under this category. Sensitive skin is described as that type of skin that is “hyper-reactive to environmental factors”. This means that when people with sensitive skin come into contact with cosmetics, soaps, and sunscreens, or are exposed to a dry and cold climate, th...
How face yoga works, according to studies
What do experts say about face yoga?
Why Face Yoga May Work
Recently, the popularity of face yoga has been growing. Nearly three in ten respondents of the 16000 Americans surveyed for the annual MINDBODY Wellness Index in 2021 reported having an interest in face yoga or were already practicing facial exercises to tone their face muscles. There are plenty of studies that validate the many benefits yoga has for your mind and body. But what ...
[GHOSTWRITING] The Internet of Things (IoT) — physical devices connected to the internet — are making our world smarter and more responsive while merging digital and mobile technology with innovative product design.
From cars and refrigerators to televisions, watches, and medical devices — these physical objects are connected to the internet, enabling them to communicate with computers, smartphones, and other linked devices.
According to tech analyst company, IDC, there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT de...
[GHOSTWRITING] Emotions can drive human behavior, including our purchasing decisions. You have probably experienced this when your emotions get the better of your rational side, like when you buy some chocolates at the grocery store just because the packaging looks appealing. Sound familiar?
Humans react to digital products, whether it is a website, an app, or a digital device, in the same way — with emotions. In fact, many consumers interact with digital devices like they interact with humans and expect di...
Influenza, also known as the flu, can affect anyone. Flu symptoms can range from mild to severe and even life-threatening, but for older people the risk of flu-related complications and hospitalisations can be very high.
This is because as we age, our immune system becomes less effective at fighting infections and can be less responsive to vaccinations, which makes us more vulnerable to viruses such as the flu.
Initial symptoms of the flu include fever, muscle aches and cough, but these can q...
Rosacea is a skin condition that looks like you are blushing, with redness on your cheeks and nose. But this redness can also appear on your forehead, ears, back, chest, and even your eyelids.
Sometimes this skin condition causes acne-like small pus-filled bumps and visible broken blood vessels.
While rosacea can affect anyone, it particularly affects middle-aged women with fair skin.
The exact cause of rosacea is not clear. Various triggers like stress, sunlight, heat, exercise, certain medi...
Honey is a natural sweetener and a healthy substitute for refined sugar. But is it safe for people with diabetes?
Individuals who have diabetes must control their sugar and carbohydrate intake to avoid any spikes in their blood sugar levels. Although honey is natural, it is still 80% of carbohydrates and contains more calories per teaspoon than sugar.
However, does that mean people with diabetes should avoid honey altogether? Let’s look at what honey does to blood sugar levels.
How does honey...
Even though the temperature is reluctantly dropping, and you are looking forward to warming soups and casseroles, a cold ice cream dessert, especially one wrapped in traditional Indian flavors like chikkoo, butterscotch, and Alphonso mango, is something we all love and crave — no matter how cold the weather gets.
Am I right?
Ice creams have also been on the minds of two South Asian moms, ever since they lost their jobs in Fintech to Covid-19. What followed was the birth of Pints of Joy — an a...
Finding food for a teen’s party can be quite challenging, as they rarely have the patience for fussy food, especially at a party! The best kind of food is one they can grab quickly while dancing, playing games, and talking to their friends.
This article will list out some of the most popular foods for a teenager’s party, whether it is for a birthday party or a graduation shindig!
How to calculate how much food to serve for a teenage party
There is no magic formula to calculate the amount of f...