21st June was declared as the International Yoga Day by the UN General Assembly on 11th December 2014. Everywhere, everyone would like to discuss about it and making plans to start YOGA from coming SUNDAY(21st June 2015) just because it is good for health, heart, weight loss etc but we have to be very careful while doing yoga. We must consider these points first :
- Yoga can not replace standard medical care instantly.
- If you are in any specific medical condition then must consult your doctor.
- Most important and first part of YOGA is selecting an instructor very carefully and provide him very clear picture of your daily practice and proper health related information.
- While preparing for Yoga you must have to be careful about clothing, timings, location, warm ups, precautions, relaxation, food, know your limits & most important precautions. For example in case of the pregnant ladies. Yoga is considered very well during pregnancy but do it in the supervision of some good yoga instructor.
Every human is having their different stamina, health conditions and body flexibility. Yoga postures are modified according to every individual’s abilities. Yoga Awareness Day’s motive is to spread awareness about Yoga and how it benefits each person. Be careful, stay healthy and safe is the first priority of all the social awareness programs. You should simply consider your healthcare provider (doctor), yoga instructor and start yoga for your better health and peace of mind.
“BLOOD”. This red liquid is available in every human body but sometime, impossible to find a single drop. I always remember an advertisement in which a little girl of 4 to 5 years of age was thanking a young boy of age around 18 OR 19 and when the boy asked, “why you are thanking me”? She Replied innocently that she is a thalassemia patient, due to which she needs blood in every second week. So, she thanks everyone to show gratitude(as she does not know actual donor). Boy hold that cute and innocent girl in his arms and said, “I am not that guy” then she replied “No problem, Donate next time. Your blood can save someone else.” and she ran away with her friends.
I was so touched by the advertisement , that in next month only, I donated my blood for the very first time in my life and believe me I felt so happy and satisfied. I could feel empowered of being capable to help someone.
Just 1 pint blood can save upto 3 lives and give hope to thousands of people. In need Blood found very rarely in the blood banks.
WHO says “Blood transfusion saves lives and improves health, but many patients requiring transfusion do not have timely access to safe blood. The need for blood transfusion may arise at any time in both urban and rural areas. The unavailability of blood has led to deaths and many patients suffering from ill-health. Around 108 million units of donated blood are collected globally every year. Nearly 50% of these blood donations are collected in high-income countries, home to less than 20% of the world’s population.
An adequate and reliable supply of safe blood can be assured by a stable base of regular, voluntary, unpaid blood donors. Regular, voluntary, unpaid blood donors are also the safest group of donors as the prevalence of blood borne infections is lowest among these donors.”
Many peoples die just because they were not be able to find blood on time. In these situations the only hope of the patient is blood bank and most of the time, the required blood group is not easily available in the blood banks also. We can’t even imagine how difficult it is to find right Donor for the Patient in need. Now a days it is a most difficult challenge in Health Care Sector to be ready with the donors if the patient in need. Here, we have Any Blood platform where the blood donors can register themselves and patient can search them in emergency with in few seconds which is called
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Here you can register yourself as a Donor and if any patient is in need they will search you by their respective blood groups in single click and he is able to drop an emergency help message to the same blood group member.