Monday, July 4, 2016

Govt of india has launched two new courses in nursing


A big turning point for nursing profession,

Govt of india has launched two new courses in nursing

 1. Nursing practioner in primary health care.

It will be one year diploma resident programme,  the minimum qualification for admission is GNM/B.Sc. Nursing with one year experience. After completion this course, the candidate will be eligible to provide full health care to patient in rural area as per as MBBS doctor. 

2. Nursing practioner in critical care. 

This programme will be two years  post graduate degree resident programme. The minimum qualification for admission will be B.Sc. Nursing with one year experience in critical care only like ICU, CCU, Neurology. After completion this course, candidate will be eligible to providing independent health care to the patients in critical units and free for independent medical treatment in urban and rural areas and in big institutes as a nursing consultants.

Both programmes will be resident programmes . The Nursing residents also work as Medical residents in hospital setup, there duties also 24hrs duty , they will also get the salary as per medical residents.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

8 Signs You Might Have Serious Metabolism Issues


8 Signs You Might Have Serious Metabolism Issues

1. Cold Hands & Feet (and overall low body temperature)

Do you always have cold hands and feet whether it’s winter or summer? When overall body temperature is cold it’s a sign that your metabolism might be in danger.

2. Frequent Urination

Despite what some people may think or teach, clear urine and the need to pee frequently are red flags for metabolism issues.

3. Frequent Headaches

Do you find yourself getting headaches often? Do you struggle with brain fog? Time to check up on your metabolic health.

 4. Poor Digestion and Food Intolerances

Because metabolic health is critical to digestion and food assimilation, poor digestion and food intolerance issues are both signs of poor metabolic health.

5. Sleep Problems and Insomnia

This was the issue that finally got me take my metabolic health seriously. Whether it’s problems going to sleep or waking up wired in the middle of the night, sleep disturbances are often a thing of the past once your metabolism has been healed.

6. Mood Swings

Dramatic shifts in mood and overall instability are another sign of poor metabolic health.

7. Blood Sugar Crashes & Instability

My blood sugar issues were pretty bad several years ago, but I didn’t catch on that it was connected to my metabolism issues until after I recovered. Now I feel much more stable, don’t deal with nasty sugar cravings, and don’t turn into the incredible hulk if I am an hour late to dinner. (Although, I’m rarely late for any meal! Ha!)

8. Weight Gain

Weight gain (and in some cases, the inability to gain weight) are other signs of poor metabolic health. Excess weight in the midsection is particularly a sign your metabolism could use some nourishing.