Most of us try to stay aloof from the term ‘Technology’. The first thing that comes into mind is that we are dealing with something too complicated or something which is not our field of expertise. But, if you analyze, technology is involved in each and every thing we do in our day to day lives. And we don’t even realize about the presence of technology. For example, let’s consider the mobile phone. Hasn’t it become a vital necessity for humans? But do we need to know rocket science in order to operate a mobile phone? Even a 2nd standard child can toggle the keys of the cell phone and manage to listen to some melodies if shown a few times how to do it. Be it a phone, TV, Microwave oven or computer; every thing is easy to operate once shown a couple of times.
Thanks to technology, we don’t need to take troubles as our forefathers used to take during their times. For example, if there is a minor leak in your kitchen tap, you don’t have to fix an appointment with the plumber and wait for him the whole day. You can browse the net and get many relevant tips on how to fix the leak.
On the other hand, if you have a toddler at home and you have to go to an important meeting, and there’s no one to look after the child – ‘No worries!’ – Call up your mom on Skype and fix the webcam. Your mom can come on screen and keep the toddler engaged and happy. Meanwhile, you can get into teleconference while also keeping an eye on the kid.
As the saying goes – “It’s never too late to learn”. And remember – Technology allows you to be flexible. But you should learn when to shutdown from tech tools.
Proper behaviour means good and generally acceptable behaviour. Good behaviour wins both friends and foes and is like the melodious voice liked by all. A nightingale does not give any thing to anybody but is liked by all for its melodious and sweet voice; conversely the crow does not do any harm to anybody yet is disliked by all for its harsh voice. Similarly people with good behaviour are liked by all. Therefore good behaviour which costs nothing is always desirable. The ideal behaviour is that by which neither others get disturbed nor the person who follows the particular behaviour gets disturbed by others. Though difficult but this is definitely achievable. For this certain code of conduct has to be maintained.
The essence of good conduct or religion principally rests in not doing things to others which one will not like to be done to him by others. Bible teaches this. Confucius-the great saint and thinker of china also said the same thing. Islam also proclaims universal brotherhood and equality amongst all.
The ancient sages of India have given a still better, wider and universal meaning to proper or ideal behaviour to be adopted by all. They instructed people, while giving highest regards to women, for treating all other's women as mothers, to shun greed for riches of others and to treat all others equal to themselves. If you treat all equal to yourself you shall have naturally no ill feeling towards anybody and you will not like to do things to them which you would not like to be done to yourself. This is really the greatest universal form of ideal behaviour.
Certain code of conduct has to be observed and followed for practicing and maintaining the right behaviour. Non violence, truthfulness, non stealing are practices to be followed by all. As these along with sweet and proper conversation have been hailed as general norms of good behaviour at all places and all times. The king is adored and respected in his own place but a person with good behaviour is liked by all and at all places.
Proper behaviour and right conduct require maintenance of chastity and non indulgence in illegal, unnatural activities. These age old ancient verdicts for proper behaviour are also slowly but surely being confirmed by modern medical codes, practices, detailed and prolonged researches. External and internal purification both are essential. Keeping the body clean and pure, wearing of proper and clean clothes etc is external purification. Internal purification comprises of qualities of bearing and facing difficulties and troubles along with the appropriate efforts for overcoming them while performing the assigned duties or during study and worship or meditation etc.
If you want to get respect from others, you should respect others. If you want to command others first learn to obey your elders, superiors etc. Be cheerful and ungrudging worker. These qualities one should have to be happy and maintain good and ideal behaviour.
How to get rid of ACNE (PIMPLES)???
Acne is a common problem faced by almost all teen-agers and youth. What is acne and why do we get them. Acne is actually caused because of hormone imbalance. Your skin breaks out because of a hormone called testosterone. Both men and women have testosterone in their systems. In fact, did you know that in order to make testosterone, boys bodies have to make female hormones first? If you have acne, you haven't got abnormal levels of testosterone. You've got skin that reacts abnormally to this hormone. You start producing testosterone around the time you start sprouting body hair. Testosterone tells glands in your skin, called sebaceous glands, to produce oily stuff called sebum. To add to the problem the inside of the tubes that hold each hair become gummy and get partially blocked - giving you blackheads. Put together if sebum blocks the tubes --- you have big acne.
So go to your pharmacist or doctor to get your acne treated. Here are a few tips that will help you know how to treat acne at home.
1. If you have red angry looking acne, don't touch it. If you squeeze now, all you'll do is force the contents deeper into the skin that will make matters worst. And all you'll end up with is redder, angrier acne than you had before. Don't do it.
2. If you have a yellow custard top? Go for it. These beauties CAN be squeezed but there's an art to it. Here's how. Wash your hands thoroughly to avoid trouble and infection. Put a tissue over your finger. Why? Because you want the contents of the spot on the tissue, not splattered all over the mirror. Using the side of your thumb and the end of your finger, very gently start to squeeze. Don't whatever you do, use your nails as this will damage your skin. Stop when you're applying a lot of pressure and nothing is happening and you see clear fluid, rather than yellow grotty stuff and the spot begins to bleed. When you've finished dab it with antiseptic. Once the custard bit is out, the spot will heal more quickly than an unsqueezed yellow top would, providing that you now leave it well alone. Now wash your hands again.
3. Whiteheads and blackheads. If acne is left untreated they may cause this problem. Here the rule is if they're black, squeeze but if they're small, white raised lumps leave them alone. All that stuff about clean hands, tissues and stopping if nothing is happening or you see blood, apply here too.
Tips for acne treatment
1. DON'T TRY TO WASH IT AWAY
Acne isn't caused by dirt. In fact people with oily skin have cleaner skin than average because they wash it more often. But it's a fact that washing too much can make acne worse because it makes the skin dry and sore. So, wash no more than twice a day, using mild soap and water. If you have patches of dry skin, don't worry about putting moisturizer on. It won't make your acne worse. If you're still concerned, use an oil free moisturizer.
2. DON'T NUKE 'EM
There are lots of over the counter creams, gels, lotions and potions. Most contain a powerful bleaching agent called benzoyl peroxide. You'll find the strength written on the label. You might be tempted to go straight for the highest sort, working on the 'let's nuke 'em principle. The likely result is that you'll irritate your skin like mad. It may also go all dry and scaly on you. But if you still are willing to bleach then use the mild one.
3. MAKE A DATE - THE TWO MONTH RULE
If you have been using over the counter remedies for two months and there is no real improvement in your spots, this is the moment to go and make an appointment with your doc.
4. YOUR DOCTOR - THE TWO MONTH RULE
The thing you are most likely to be given by the doctor is a prescription for antibiotics. These will either be topical (which means something you put on your skin) or tablets you have to take every day. Whatever treatment your doctor or pharmacist recommends, follow the instructions carefully and keep using for at least two months. There should be a noticeable improvement by this time. If not, go back to discuss other possible treatments Antibiotics are perfectly safe to take. You should take them for at least two months and then go back to your doc. If they seem to be working, he will probably tell you to keep taking them and give you some more. If they aren't doing their stuff, don't despair - he has loads of other spot busters in his black bag.
5. YOU ARE NOT AN ALIEN - BUT JUST BE PATIENT
Hundreds of thousands of teenagers seek help for acne. You are not alone. You are not an alien. And if people really care about you, they don't even notice your acne, however bad you think they are. But you will need to be patient. Most treatments take time to work. At least two months. And some treatments, like antibiotics will work well but may have to be taken for months, or even years.
6. THE MONTHLY CURSE... OR EXAMS
Acne does tend to get worse just before a period. It's because there is a surge in hormone levels at this time. But boys don't get away lightly either. Being hot and sweaty (particularly after sports like football) makes acne worse. And for everyone, stress - particularly at exam times - is a cue for a mega breakout. This is normal - and of course, even more reason for feeling stressed. Go chill. They'll get better - promise.
7. WATCH WHAT YOU PUT ON YOUR SKIN AND HAIR
Some beauty products are big no-nos. These include pomades and defrizzing agents for hair that tend to cause an outcrop of blackheads along the hairline and some of the heavier cosmetics. And be wary of suntan oils. Not all will make you break out, but some may. Try a friend's first before you buy. By the way, the sun might dry up acne and a tan might hide them, but your skin is still vulnerable in the sun and needs protection
8. CARRY ON KISSING
You can't catch acne during kissing - go for it!
9. CARRY ON EATING CHOCOLATE
It's a myth that eating chocolate and fried foods causes acne. However, eating a good diet improves your general well-being and this is reflected in your skin.
Common Questions asked about acne problem
Does wearing make up cause acne?
It is not necessary that wearing make up causes acne. Acne is caused because of hormonal imbalance mostly during puberty. But you have to take special care while you apply make up and thereafter if you have acne. Make sure you wash any make up tools, including sponges and brushes as often as possible as these become a breeding ground for bugs which can cause your spots to pop up. Stop wearing make up if you have too many spots and you can resume after you have treated them. Don't forget to clean the make up after you come home and and make sure you cleanse your face properly each night.
Do skin toner and moisturizer cure acne?
One thing that you need to know is acne is not caused by dirt, so no amount of cleaning and toning is going to get rid of them. So for treating acne you must consult your doctor and eat lots of healthy food and drink lots of water. That is the natural way to keep you face spot free.
Is it ok to do facial?
It can be a real treat to have the facial done, as they can be very relaxing and make you feel properly pampered. However, you should be aware that they should not be used to help 'treat' spots, as this can be quite dangerous if the beauty therapist is not trained. Sometimes a beauty therapist will also squeeze out any spots and blackheads that if it's not done properly, may cause a bigger problem than before.
What is the best way to cover up spots?
Foundation is okay to use and may give you more confidence if you've got a hot date, but remember to look for oil-free one. Whatever you use to put on your skin, wash your hands or sponge before applying foundation.