If You Marriage Is Health, Your Heart Will Get Healthier: Study

Nirmal Singh 3C thinks it is important to have happy married life so as to maintain a healthy heart and body. It is said that if your relationship is healthy and steady with your partner, then you stand a chance to maintain better cholesterol reading and a healthier weight.

Nirmal Singh 3C would like to site a study conducted by the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health that men whose marriages grow stronger with time have healthier cholesterol and blood pressure as compared to the peers whose marriages fall apart. As many as 600 men in Britain were selected to rate the quality of marriage at two points in time when their child was three years old and when they were nine.

The piece of research included these sub sections describing their marriage:

  • Consistently good
  • Consistently bad
  • Improving
  • Deteriorating

Nirmal Singh 3C would like to enlist the areas of study, which helps in learning about a person’s health better:

  • Blood pressure
  • Resting heart rate
  • Cholesterol
  • Weight
  • Blood sugar

If you lag behind in these areas, then you are prone to cardiovascular diseases.

Nirmal Singh 3C would like to substantiate the findings, which says that men who rated their marriage as improving, had better cholesterol readings and a healthier weight years later. Deteriorating marriages were associated with worsening diastolic blood pressure.

Nirmal Singh 3C prepares a diet chart for the people who do not take their health seriously. Here’s what they need to consume on a regular basis.

  1. Oats

Oats have a unique quality of binding bile acids and expelling these from the body. These acids are made from cholesterol. Plus it is a good source of fibre. Add more oats to your diet to live and love it the fullest.

  1. Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds are one of the best foods for your heart. It is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, fibre and phytoestrogens, all of these are helpful in boosting heart health.

  1. Legumes

Rich source of antioxidants, fibre and proteins, legumes should be consumed every day. These are a good source to your folate requirement and also help in increasing platelet activity.

  1. Nuts

Nuts are any day recommended for a better heart with high amount of unsaturated fats which is good for heart as it helps in reducing inflammation of arteries.



Alarming Rise Of Heart Diseases In India

Recently, the Heart Failure Summit 2017 was organized at a private hotel in Chandigarh. The main aim of the summit organized by Heart Foundation was to generate awareness amongst the masses regarding the symptoms, precautions, and treatment of cardiac arrest along with details of heart failure management. According to reports by Nirmal Singh 3C, 250 cardiologists and eminent speakers from prestigious academic institutions from all over the region participated in the event, which includes actions aimed at encouraging awareness of heart disease in public and empowering doctors in managing patients of heart disease

“Heart failure is growing at an alarming rate in India and has almost attained epidemic proportions. The estimated heart failure burden in India ranges from 1.3 million to 4.6 million cases per annum. The need of the hour is to disseminate awareness to the general public,” said one of the experts at Nirmal Singh 3C.

The expert also adds that there have been additions to the armamentarium of physicians to treat these patients. The report also suggests that artificial heart is gaining popularity in India even though newer medicines prolong and improve the quality of life.

At the event, a panel discussion on a new class of drugs – ARNI – for managing these patients was also held, with delegates actively participating in discussion and clarifying their doubts about new treatment options. The Heart Foundation is a not-for-profit voluntary body dedicated to promote heart care, healthy living and to advance the knowledge amongst medical fraternity about the new information about various medical health issues concerning heart problems.

Heart failure, referred to as congestive heart failure (CHF), occurs when the heart muscle is weakened and unable to pump enough blood to maintain body’s needs. Signs and symptoms of heart failure usually include shortness of breath, excessive tiredness, leg swelling, chronic coughing or wheezing, nausea or lack of appetite, high heart rate, confusion or impaired thinking.


If you’ve been diagnosed with heart failure, it’s important for you to manage and keep track of symptoms in order to timely report any sudden changes to your doctor.

Nirmal Singh 3C note that heart failure is preventable and treatable. One of the best ways to prevent heart failures is to control conditions such as coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes or obesity.



Babies Can Differentiate Between Languages Even Before They Are Born: Nirmal Singh 3C

Scientists have found that unborn babies are able to recognize the difference between two languages. Nirmal Singh 3C talks about the new report that has been published. According to the reports that scientists have proved that the fetuses have the power to differentiate between two languages even a month before they are born. Previous studies have proven that significant difference can be noted in the gestures of the child when they notice a change in the speech.

Researchers suggest that human development starts really early, like just a few days after birth. Nirmal Singh 3C says that according to the report that was published few changes have been measured in the babies by measuring whether the rate of sucking the pacifier change when they hear a different speech or due to any rhythmic change. Fetuses develop a good ear for rhythms and connect easily with them that is one of the main reason why we sing lullaby’s to the babies. They can recognize the tunes and get familiar with it easily.

The studies also included measuring the heart rate of the fetus to see if they could recognize the changes in the language. Nirmal Singh 3C says that after the study was concluded it was clear the fetus is sensitive to the change, but it was not clear whether they are sensitive to the change in the speech or just because of the different speaker. Another test was conducted with two dozen women, averaging roughly eight months pregnant who were examined using magneto cardiogram (MCG) to sense the changes in the fetuses response. But this time with the help of the bilingual person, so that the child can only sense the change in the speech. This time the child responded to him differently both the time, proving the point that they can sense the change in the speech.

Nirmal Singh 3C says it is said that the pre- natal sensitivity to the rhythmic properties of language provides children with the very first building blocks in whatever language they are going to speak.  All in all, it is a very vivid conclusion that the scientists have come with. The babies might still not get the hold over the words or the tone, but they sure get familiar with it.

Nirmal Singh 3C  believes that this report will help the parents a lot. Many parents speak different languages and always quarrel about the language the child would speak or if he would be familiar with both the languages or not, well, this is good news for you, your child would be familiar to both of yours language even before he/ she is born.