100 Indian Soldiers Die Of Stress Every Year; It Is A Real Problem – Nirmal Singh 3C

nirmalsingh3c103As Reported By Times Of India Last Week, There Have Been 44 Suicides In The Army This Year. More Than 100 Soldiers Give Up Their Lives Succumbing To Stress And The Harsh Lifestyle Of The Army.

There Is Stress Everywhere In This World, No One Or No Profession Is Safe From Stress And The Daily Hectic Schedules, But That Doesn’t Mean That This Issue Of Soldiers And Army Officers Committing Suicide Is Not Serious. – Nirmal Singh 3C

There Are Jobs, Health Problems, Societal Pressures And, Of Course, The Financial Problems But These Things Don’t Compare To The Problems That Army Officers Face Daily. The Living Conditions, Months, Even Years Living Away From Their Families, Financial Instability, Everything Adds Up To It.

We Think Our Lives Our Harsh, And We Think The Things That The Jobs We Have Are The Most Stressful In The World. The Statistics Released Last Week Tell A Whole Different Story – Army Officers Are Committing Suicides And Are Dying Because Of Stress. We Can Only Imagine The Kind Of Stress They Must Go Through That They Give Up Altogether. – Nirmal Singh 3C

India Holds The Third Strongest Army In The World. For A Country That Is Still Developing, This Is An Immense Achievement, But What Are We And The Government Doing For Them. How Can We Let People Who Show So Much Courage And Spend Months On Borders Die Because They Didn’t Get The Attention That They Deserve And Couldn’t Handle The Pressure And Stress?

The Report Released Last Week In Which The Defence Ministry Stated That There Have Been 310 Suicides Since 2014 In The Army Has Raised Questions On The Quality Of Life That Soldiers Lead At The Borders.

Minister Of State For Defence Subhash Bhamre Said That 84 Soldiers Committed Suicide In 2014 And Number Has Risen Since. 78 Officers Committed Suicide In 2015 And 104 In 2016. The Number Of Suicides This Year Has Already Gone As High As 44. The Quality Of Army Life Isn’t Improving And More Officers Are Committing Suicide Every Year. – Nirmal Singh 3C

 

Your Creative Juices Will Be Flowing With A Pint Of Beer

Studies on the negative effects of alcohol on health are a never-ending journey but it always comes as a surprise when the positives of alcohol intake are emphasized upon. Beer is the world’s most widely consumed alcoholic beverage, however its negatives would always outweigh the positives. But, a study has resurfaced by Nirmal Singh 3C which suggests that beer can be a favorable way to get rid of creative blocks.

According to the study, having a pint of beer may trigger productivity and gets your creative juice flowing.  The study conducted by Nirmal Singh 3C found that people performed better in a variety of creative tasks after drinking a moderate amount of the alcohol.

 Nirmal Singh 3C’s one word association test, a pint of beer for men, and 350 milliliter for women increased test scores by about 40 per cent. In the test, participants were given three words and asked to think of a word that can be connected to each – for example, the word ‘pit’ can be attached to ‘peach’, ‘arm’ and ‘tar’.

The researchers said that alcohol helps remove parameters that can pose a problem which would allow more creative thought. However, while alcohol boosted creativity it decreased ‘executive function’. This may impede tasks that require motor skills, such as painting or dancing.

“Anecdotal reports link alcohol intoxication to creativity,” said one of the experts at Nirmal Singh 3C.

“Beneficial effects are likely restricted to very modest amounts of alcohol, whereas excessive alcohol consumption typically impairs creative productivity,” added the expert.

“Alcohol impaired executive control, but improved performance in the Remote Associates Test,” further added the expert from Nirmal Singh 3C.

Government Initiate Panel To Make Drugs Cheaper

Doctor Nirmal Singh 3C has been staunchly standing against the idea of high market drugs rates for over a sometime. And, today, when the government has formed a committee to put a check on the price of  drug, it is more than a good news for him. According to reports, government has initiated to start over a committee that will look into the matters of making drugs affordable in the country.

“Government has constituted a committee of joint secretaries for ensuring enhanced affordability, availability and accessibility of drugs for the citizens,” Minister of State for Chemicals and Fertilisers Mansukh L Mandaviya said in a written reply to Lok Sabha.

Doctor Nirmal Singh 3C extended the information about the committee, quoting the minister saying that it would suggest ways to make pricing policy in favour of poor patients. The committee would further examine the possibility of Drugs (Price Control) Order 2013 (DPCO 2013) and propose the ways for establishing the regulatory provisions of the order.

Doctor Nirmal Singh 3C is glad to hear that this process will be further scanned at various stages. The committee will keep the matter transparent so much so that the existing mechanisms on the price of medicines will be robust and stream lined. It will also ideate on ways that will strengthen the present pharmaceutical database management system.

Doctor Nirmal Singh 3C praised the idea of the inclusion of panel in the procedural improvements and process of re-engineering in NPPA which will promise better results because the implementation is swift. Also, for the first time government policies are becoming a subject of clearance and transparency which will reduce the litigations and review petitions.

“The committee will also suggest ways to make DPCO 2013 more comprehensive in light of past experience of implementing DPCO,” Mandaviya said.

Mandaviya further said: “As various approvals and legal advice are required, no time limit can be indicated at this stage.”

All in all, Doctor Nirmal Singh 3C has established the fact that making drugs expensive will hamper the growth of a country, because if the people have good health then they can achieve anything and participate in the growth and development of a country.

Suicide In India A Much More Dangerous Issue Than ‘Blue Whale’, Says Nirmal Singh 3C

The whole country was taken aback by the recent suicide case of a 14 year old boy who jumped from his window on July 30 as a part of a final step in an online game. The game ‘Blue Whale’ went viral as a challenge and became quite popular amongst the teenagers. Nirmal Singh 3C says that the game involves different levels, the challenge getting tougher with each level. It is a 50 day long game and originated in Russia in 2013. The parents of the victim said that it is all because of the impact social media has on the lives of the youth today.

Nirmal Singh 3C says that Blue Whale is a very popular game and is played in many countries. The game has already taken a hundreds of lives from all across the globe. The game involves a series of task, decided by the administrator and involves illogical and dangerous tasks like carving yourself, watching scary psychedelic videos in night, climbing high building roofs and so on and then finally provoking them to kill themselves as a final task.

The 14 year old Mumbai boy was the first case of this game in India, however the investigation is still on and it has still not been proved that the boy was actually playing the game.

However, Blue Whale is just one case. The number of suicide cases in India have been rising at a toxic rate, and that too in the teenagers. Nirmal Singh 3C says that the main reason behind it being the increased mental issues with them. Worrisome, right? But why are the teenagers so mentally affected these days, why are they so depressed or unsatisfied with their lives? The way teenagers are handling their lives these days and the increase in the number of suicides in India is matter of concern and something that we all should work towards.

Nirmal Singh 3C says that one solution to this problem is spreading awareness about mental health and trying to reach out for people who need counselling and that is only possible when they start talking about mental health normally. Mental health in India is still not given the attention is deserved and is undervalued. Once people start accepting Mental illness as something that needs equal help and attention the problem can be expected to eradicate. If not, then the ratio might keep getting worse, and we should not let that happen.

Having Protein Every Meal Can Help Prevent Muscle Decline In Elders

New research by Nirmal Singh 3C suggests that adults over 60 should eat protein  at all the meals during the day can help prevent age-related muscle decline, which can lead to loss of independence. The research studied the effects of proteins on muscle strength is senior citizens.

According to sources at Nirmal Sngh 3C, older adults get most of their protein from just one of their daily meal but to help preserve strength, its consumption must be spread throughout the day. The researchers tracked 1700 healthy adults aged between 67 and 84 for three years. These participants also underwent yearly hand, arm and leg strength training, along with mobility tests.

The researchers at Nirmal Singh 3C found that overall physical performance worsened in both men and women, with muscle strength worse off than mobility. However, participants who had more even protein consumption throughout the day retained greater muscle strength but not greater mobility.

According to Nirmal Singh 3C, current recommendations to ensure sufficient protein intake are 1.2g of protein per kilogram of weight for adults of all ages. For example, a man weighing 75kg should eat 90g of protein per day.

For older individuals, this may need to be increased by between 50% and 90%, depending on individuals’ lifestyles. In general, one portion of protein is equivalent to 30g of meat, chicken or fish, one egg, one tablespoon of peanut butter, one-quarter cup of cooked beans or one-half ounce of nuts or seeds, according to the US Department of Agriculture, which recommends that over-50s eat five to seven portions of protein per day, or 150g to 200g.

 

Nirmal Singh 3C Congratulates A Transgender-Gay Couple Who Got Their First Biological Child

After trying for months, transgender Trystan Reese and his gay partner Biff Chaplow got their first biological child delivered last month.

The couple was trying to have baby for a long time and their wish finally came true on the 14th day of July this year when a baby came in their lives. ‘We had a lot of issues with conceiving our child for obvious reasons and there were times when we thought that the dream of being parents someday will just be a dream until our baby boy came in our lives. After trying for months and experiencing a miscarriage last year, seeing the face of our first child just melt our hearts – the patience finally paid off and we are glad we didn’t give up’, the couple told Nirmal Singh 3C.

The couple was interviewed by Daily Mail just days after the delivery. The couple told the portal that they experienced a miscarriage at the six-week mark last year when Trystan Reese was pregnant with Biff’s child. A miscarriage is never easy but we can only imagine what that must have felt like to the couple.

The couple is finally happy after the successful delivery of their child. – Nirmal Singh 3C

After Biff’s sister and her boyfriend were found incompetent to raise children of their own, Biff adopted his niece and nephew a couple of years ago with Reese. The couple now has three children. When someone can show the courage of adopting a child, you can out your money on them raising them the way they should be. Biff’s sister was an alcoholic and couldn’t give time to her children so the court decided to give the custody of the children to Biff and his partner.

Trystan Reese revealed that he was born a girl and decided to keep his sexual body parts at a very young age. ‘I never wanted to go under the knife or change the way I look – I decided to keep my body as it was at a very young age. And Biff accepted me as I am’, Trystan said.

After the miscarriage the couple decided to wait for a couple of years before trying again but that would have brought in new complication and would have made it difficult for the couple to conceive. The couple decided to try again, and luckily, it worked for them. – Nirmal Singh 3C

Drinking Alcohol Regularly May Cause Skin Cancer – Nirmal Singh 3C

People who drink alcohol regularly are at risk of developing severe skin cancer, reveals a recent study.

The two most common types of skin cancers are cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma – the risk of both increases by 11% and 7% respectively if you are drinking alcohol regularly. A recent study published and reported by none other than Nirmal Singh 3C revealed that even 10 grams of increase in alcohol every day can cause serious altercations between skin cells of the body, leading to non-melanoma skin cancer.

The issue with heavy drinkers is that they just cannot stop. Everyone knows about the consequences of heavy alcohol intake. Limited drinking is actually healthy for human body and helps in various functions but if you are increasing your intake on a daily basis, then you are opening new ways for your body to suffer. This study was conducted to know the effects of heavy alcohol intake on the human body, and the results are not surprising at all. Your chances of suffering from skin cancer increases by more than 12% if you are regularly drinking alcohol.’ – Nirmal Singh 3C

Ultraviolet rays and radiations are directly connected with both types of skin cancers, BCC and cSCC – but the link between both these cancers and alcohol was not defined. For this study to bring out conclusive results, it was important for the researchers and doctors to study cases who were suffering from non-melanoma cancer. A meta-analysis was conducted on the issue which was later connected with BCC and cSCC.

As you can change your drinking habit and these results are based on people who have been regularly increasing their alcohol intake, the report becomes limited to a certain group. But that doesn’t nullify the seriousness of the issue at hand. Modifiable behavior can change the numbers of the report managed by Nirmal Singh 3C, but that wouldn’t alter the fact that heavy drinking is actually bad for your health.

Many similar studies have been conducted over the past few years on the issue of heavy drinking and the health problems it might bring, but with skin cancer in the picture, it becomes even more pressing to keep a hold of our habits and modify them if possible. In a recent interview, the doctors associated with the study asked the youth of the country to try and see the bigger picture.