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Venkaiah Naidu Visits Arun Jaitley at AIIMS

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New Delhi: Senior BJP leader and former finance minister Arun Jaitley was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Friday 9th August. Here after he complained of palpitations and restlessness and is “hemodynamically stable”. The 66-year-old is undergoing treatment in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) under the supervision of a multidisciplinary team of doctors.

The doctors at AIIMS told “Arun Jaitley was admitted to AIIMS today morning. He is currently undergoing treatment in the Intensive Care Unit under the supervision of a multidisciplinary team of doctors. At present, he is hemodynamically stable”. Hemodynamically stable means that his heart is pumping blood efficiently and he does not have any major problem of breathing etc.

Arun Jaitley withdrew from contesting election in the 2019 Lok Sabha as he suffered from Skin Cancer in his right leg for which he was undergoing treatment from January to February 2019. This illness that deprived him from presenting the Modi government’s sixth and final budget of its current term. Railways and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal was the stand-in finance minister who presented the interim budget for 2019-20.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of State for Health Ashwini Choubey, BJP working president JP Nadda, and Sharad Yadav visited the hospital to inquire about Jaitley’s health on Friday. Meanwhile, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu checked on him on Saturday morning

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Navratri 2020: Benefits of Fasting You Must Know

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Navratri is considered as one of the most auspicious time for Hindus. Devotees offer prayer to Goddess Durga and observe fast during this time.

Fasting has always seemed like too much hard work to a lot of us. And we make it sound even harder when we assume that fasting is basically starvation. Who would want to put themselves through hours of grueling, self-imposed starvation?

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But actually, fasting isn’t quite the same as starvation. Sure, you go a few hours without eating. But you don’t go whole days without eating.

Fasting, if done during navratri  for all nine days can detoxify body, provided that good amount of fruits, vegetables, milk products and unsweetened beverages are included. It can also improve cardiovascular function, blood composition, and blood pressure, say experts.

Benefits of Fasting : Here are few of the benefits of fasting.

Helps in Weight loss

Fasting can be a safe way to lose weight as many studies have shown that intermittent fasting – fasting that is controlled within a set number of hours–allows the body to burn through fat cells more effectively than just regular dieting.

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Improves Insulin Sensitivity

Fasting has shown to have a positive effect on insulin sensitivity, allowing you to tolerate carbohydrates (sugar) better than if you didn’t fast. A study showed that after periods of fasting, insulin becomes more effective in telling cells to take up glucose from blood.

Speeding up the Metabolism

Intermittent fasts can regulate your digestion and promote healthy bowel function, thus improving your metabolic function.

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Improves your eating patterns 

Fasting can be a helpful practice for those who suffer with binge eating disorders, intermittent fasting going all afternoon without a meal is okay and it can allow you to eat at a set time that fits your lifestyle.

Improves your immune system 

Intermittent fasting improves the immune system because it reduces free radical damage, regulates inflammatory conditions in the body and starves off cancer cell formation.

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Brings self-discipline

Another benefit of fasting is that it brings self-discipline and keep us away from eating unnecessary food.

Thus these are few of the benefits of fasting.

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