Why do people do this behavior?

Stimming is short for ‘self-stimulation’ and it’s referred to medically as a ‘stereotype’ behavior. Almost all people engage in some self-stimulating behaviors. Look around most waiting rooms or boring meetings. Many people are doodling, tapping fingers or pens, moving phones around. These actions are usually described as fidgeting; the term stimming applies when the behavior is unconventional, intense, or repetitive.

While stemming typically refers to repetitive movements, it can also include staring at stimuli- such as lights or making sounds like making noises or humming.

Stimming is commonly associated with autism. When people with autism stim, they might do it…


1- Hug your children. At least until they are teenagers. I’ll try to keep up if my son isn’t embarrassed!

2- Pause whatever you are doing to smile when your kids walk through the door. That's a single small act that lets them know you are happy to see them.

3- Have one meal together as a family. It doesn’t have to be dinner. Crazy lazy Saturday and Sunday meal? How about family breakfast instead?

4- Wake up 15 minutes before your kids and use that time to drink water in peace and get ready for the day.

5- Take…


Love is in the air and there is no reason why each one should not feel as good as in love! We are therefore listing some refreshing and healthy ways, to evoke feelings of merriment and delight within you- a feeling like you are in love!

Group Exercise Class

Exercise promotes a healthier lifestyle and serves as a stress reliever, therefore developing feelings of contentment and satisfaction within us. But why exercise alone when you can do that with a group? The energy levels are much higher and sharing a social connection while doing a physical activity together encourages us to feel better…


Straight hair can be a blessing and a curse. Yes, you’ve been genetically handed the type of hair 95 percent of girls covet, but according to hairstylists. Straight hair tends to break easier than a curly or medium texture hair type. The key to managing it, he says, is always to be gentle. And avoid all of the following:

Using the Wrong Products

While those with straight, fine hair can get away with using lighter products than those with thick or curly hair types. One of the big traps is overusing alcohol-based products. …


15 Amazing Benefits of Turmeric

TURMERIC- One of the most valuable everyday spices of our local cuisine, is a natural antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and a blood purifier. It is used as a home cure to relieve everything from fatigue to aches and pains.

Apart from purifying blood and healing wounds, turmeric is very beneficial in improving the circulation of blood. Regular consumption of turmeric also increases the number of RBCs in the bloodstream.

  • Cures Acne
  • Heals Wounds
  • Curse Psoriasis
  • Prevents Cancer Growth Cells
  • Prevents Inflammation
  • Treats Diabetes
  • Controls Blood Pressure
  • Facepack
  • Prevents Skin Damage
  • Exfoliating Agent
  • Tightens Skin
  • Gives you a Glowing Skin
  • Lightens Facial Hair
  • Reduces Cholesterol

in just one month!

A ridiculously simple lifestyle is put into four sections- once a week; that’s just one month of independent work to change your life for the better!

So, for every week there’s a palm made up of three tasks, which you need to incorporate into your life and keep doing for the rest of the month. Ideally, you should continue doing them even after this, but that’s for you to decide.

WEEK 1

PURIFYING YOUR MIND AND BODY

Better Nutrition

The upcoming changes will demand a tremendous amount of energy from you. Most likely, you’re currently using up most of your energy on keeping your body functioning in…


LIFT WEIGHTS

Weight lifting may be the single best way for older women to maintain overall fitness and stop the slow creeping fat gain.


BEAUTY TIP!

Use serum with AHA or alpha hydroxyl acid in your Skincare. It is essential. It minimize enlarged skin pores, makes Skin more smooth and Prevents dead cells buildup.


METABOLIC SYNDROME

Drinking 1 soda a day increase your risk of diabetes by 67%.

SKIN RASHES

Sodas contain flame-retardant brominated vegetable oil (BVO), a chemical linked to rashes and nerve disorders.

ACCELERATED AGING

Phosphates and phosphoric acid increase the shelf life of colas-but are linked to accelerated aging.

FATTY BLOOD

A soda a day could increase triglycerides by 30%, hardening your arteries.

BRAIN DAMAGE

When mixed with a common food dye, the fake sweetener aspartame becomes toxic to the brain cells.

TOOTH SENSTIVITY

Phosphoric and citric acids alter pH balance in the mouth, leading to permanent enamel erosion.


Add a teaspoon of green tea or teabag to a cup of hot water.

Allow it to steam for 5 to 10 minutes.

Keep it aside to cool.

Dip a cotton pad into the tea and apply it to the affected areas.

Leave it on for at-least 30 minutes.

Do this once daily for better results.

Nayab Shiekh

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