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Thursday, 2 June 2016

Sexting! What? Do's & Don'ts.

'Sexting' is the act of sending, receiving or forwarding sexually explicit messages or photos via cellphone, computer or other digital device. What are the do's and don'ts of 'sexting' to keep yourself safe in this internet world? Explained here:-

  • It is best to avoid sending a picture even to your husband / wife. If you have to, make sure you crop the face. In case of photo leak, your identity will not be revealed.

  • Use 'Snapchat' app as it sets a timer to your pictures and they exist only for a few seconds.

  • Avoid casual flirting with the guy at the bar. Keep your phone away when you are drunk, horny and have no control over yourself. You do not want a series of 'oops' moments in the morning.

  • You might not be aware who is snooping around. So, delete all kinds of intimate communication between you and your partner, and advise him / her to do so as well.

  • 'Sexting' has also lot of negative impacts. What seems like momentary fun might lead to shameful moments in the future.

  • If the post goes viral, you might end up getting a bad reputation in the society.

  • Your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend might seek revenge and, in turn, find ways to seek revenge.

  • Whatever age-group you are in, companies, schools, individuals, family members, friends and even strangers do background check before dealing with you.

  • Digital devices and social media have made sexual exchanges instantaneous and more gratifying. Just the slightest mistake can put your reputation on the line always.

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Migraines! What? Why? Impacts & Solutions.

Migraine, a disease, is very common in children & about 10 per cent of school-going kids suffer from it. Some ins and outs of 'migraines', reasons & solutions are here:-

  • Migraine is more likely to attack in boys than girls before puberty, due to change in oestrogen levels.

  • It is a neurological disease which manifests through headache and other allied symptoms like one-sided, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, mood changes, sensitivity to light and sound.

  • Though 'migraine' does not last long, but it is enough to disrupt a child's normal life.

  • Chronic daily migraine is one of the most disabling types of migraine. It lasts for more than four hours in teenagers. Inadequate sleep or disturbances in sleeping pattern can lead to migraine.

  • To be active throughout the day, kids need to drink at least three litres of water.

  • Exam pressure, competition with peer group and family problem leads to stress and depression.

  • Migraine is generally hereditary and chances of a child getting one are higher if any of the parents has had the same problem. Weather changes can also cause an attack and attacks in girls are associated with menstrual cycles.

  • First solution to cure the migraine is the acute treatment. Drugs are used to relieve the symptoms. Acute therapy curtails all the symptoms before it becomes severe.

  • Second alternative solution is a preventive treatment to reduce the number of migraine attacks.

  • Third solution is complementary treatments in which, cognitive-behavioural therapy, acupuncture, exercise, proper rest and diet help avoid attack triggers. Balanced diet, regular exercise as well as walking and going to bed at the same time every day help decrease migraine occurrences.

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