Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:40:57
Adenomyosis is a condition affecting the female reproductive system in which the endometrial tissue which lines the wall of the uterus grows into the muscular layer of the uterus which is the myometrium causing the uterus to get thickened and grow in size almost double or triple the normal. Enlargement is usually not symmetrical on all sides more is on the posterior wall side. 20 to 60% of the women can be affected. Most commonly seen in women who have given birth to only one child and in women having fibroid or endometriosis. Since the endometrial glands grow during the ... Read More

Fashion and Appearance

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:40:23
Some of the most basic facets of daily life have a very small but significant impact on how we communicate with one another. Because one’s own physical appearance is so familiar, obvious, and real, it is frequently taken for granted. The fact that we all “read” clothing and grooming to judge the actions, thoughts, and conduct of others on a regular basis is often overlooked. The use of symbols rather than words constitutes a sort of nonverbal communication. Similar to verbal signals, nonverbal communication is only effective when both the sender and the recipient of the message understand the symbols ... Read More

Identity and Self in Indian Thought

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:39:38
When we examine self-concepts, we discover that, much like contemporary psychologists, philosophers in our culture have identified and recognized self-related concepts. The spiritual perspective of our civilization is the primary reason for the disparity, though. In light of this context, we must comprehend our thoughts and ideas. In Indian psychology, terminology for self and identity can be divided into two categories: those that refer to our spirituality, like atman, Purusha, jiva, and jivatman, and those that are conceptual, such as aham, ahamkra, ahambhva, abhimna, and asmita. Identity and Self in Indian Thought The distinction between contemporary psychology's and Indian ... Read More

History of Indian Psychology

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:38:00
History is one the most boring subjects that people may have studied in school, and they have often asked why it is important to study something that has already happened. This is because, to understand the present, it is always wise to look back at the past for references. History of Indian Psychology Indian psychology may be a relatively new field, founded in 1915 in Calcutta (currently Kolkata) with the founding of the first psychological lab by N.N. Sengupta. Since that time, Indian psychology has found its possibilities for acceptability and advancement at its speed. This relatively young area ... Read More

Addison’s Disease

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:37:48
Addison's disease is also known as primary adrenal insufficiency or hypoadrenalism. It is a rare disorder of the adrenal glands. It mainly affects the production of two hormones that is cortisol and aldosterone. Cortisol is usually released in conditions of stress, it helps to maintain energy levels, blood sugar levels, and carbohydrate metabolism. Aldosterone maintains the salt and water balance in the body, which helps to control blood pressure. Addison’s disease is characterized by progressive anemia, low blood pressure, weakness, and bronze discoloration of the skin because of the inadequate production of hormones cortisol and aldosterone. It affects all age ... Read More

Acute Sinusitis

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:34:25
The sinuses are the air cells that are lined by mucous membranes. There are 4 sinuses present those are maxillary, sphenoid, ethmoid, and frontal sinuses. Acute sinusitis is inflammation involving one or more sinuses. It usually occurs following a normal cold which can be the viral or allergic origin, or when a sudden change in the pressure occurs as in diving or going in a plane, inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the sinuses with all these the sinuses gets obstructed, and increase the pressure the sinus cavities causing acute sinusitis Most of the time more than one sinus is ... Read More

Does Music Influence Fashion?

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:33:48
It’s difficult to imagine a future in which music and fashion do not coexist. Music has a significant impact on our lives and conveys a lot about the times we live in. History has shown that music has a significant impact on fashion. Fashion and music are both emotional and approachable forms of art that the general public can enjoy and participate in. Both have historically been used as means of self-expression. Like music, fashion is one of the most obvious markers of the times and reveals more about our culture than we realize. You can see how ... Read More

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:30:08
ARDS is a clinical devastating syndrome that affects both medical and surgical patients. Despite great advances in understanding the pathogenesis of the disease, the mortality rate is still high. Even survivors of ARDS usually experience long ICU stays, hospital stays, and several co-morbidities.  Survivors require prolonged rehabilitation time till full recovery. ARDS is an acute condition characterized by bilateral pulmonary infiltrates and severe hypoxemia in the absence of evidence for cardiogenic pulmonary edema. ARDS Causes The probable causes of ARDS may include − Direct precipitating causes − Pneumonia Aspiration Pulmonary embolism Pulmonary contusion Inhalation injury Reperfusion injury Chest trauma Near ... Read More

Areas of Fashion: Retailing, Marketing, Merchandising

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:29:19
The majority of people see a designer drawing a new clothing idea or a model strutting down a catwalk to display the newest creation when they think about fashion. Of course, the fashion industry would not exist without designers or models, but there are a lot of other fashion-related fields that are often overlooked. In actuality, many of the unseen fashion industry workers are just as crucial to the sector as the designers and models that we usually see. The four main subfields of the fashion industry are retailing, marketing, and merchandising. Designers, pattern makers, and sketching assistants ... Read More

Politics and Fashion

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:26:48
Anyone who believes that politics and fashion have no connection is mistaken. In actuality, the reverse is true. The relevance of politics in fashion cannot be overstated. Both as a means of manifestation and as a way to control the market. Regulations, laws, controls, and advancements. The non-fashion sector shouldn’t be a lawless place; it isn’t. Politics and fashion ought to go hand in hand, but sadly, that’s not how things operate. Least of all, not yet. The fashion industry “was essentially left off the agenda at COP26, ” according to Fashion Revolution. New legislation rarely regulates acts or environmental ... Read More