Home Remedies for Headache


Let me share some Home Remedies for one of the Common Problems  Headache, which is very common among working people.

Headache is caused  due to various reasons like tension, stress and work pressure. It is broadly divided into three categories.

1. Tension

2. Migraine

3. Cluster Headache

Headaches are very disturbing and restrict your attention to the pain alone.  At this moment we will to take painkiller to get relief from the Headache, How ever painkillers will have the side effects.  Here I am sharing some home remedies to get relief from the headache.

Tension Headache

  1. Dry the Lemon crust and make it a fine powder.  Mix it with the water and apply this on the forehead.
  2. Apply the sandlewood paste on the forehead.

Chronic Headache

  1. Eat Sliced Apple with salt every morning for a week.
  2. Apply small amount of Eucalyptus oil on the center of the head and cover it with a towel dipped in warm water.
  3. Drink a a glass of water with a teaspoon of honey every morning for two weeks.

Other Remedies

  1. Put 3 drops of ghee in your nostrils for a week to get rid of headache from cold.

Note: Even after trying these remedies, if headache persists please contact your physician.

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Right Age to start Schooling for Your Child


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Let me a share an interesting episode with you.  Saturday I met my friend Radha, who was trying to find a good school for her 3-year-old daughter.  She was tired of visiting  schools  and could not find a good school for her daughter because all the school admissions was closed by this time. Like Radha, many parents will be confused and is not aware of the school admission Procedure.

To all my uninitiated women-friends, let me give you some details to find a Right School for your child.

When the Child is 2 years old start collecting details like [School Name, Syllabus, Facilities, Fee Structure, Timings, Distance, Quality of Education] about the schools from your neighbours, Friends, colleagues and relatives.  After collecting the details, plan accordingly and start searching for Right School.

  Remember these points to find  a Right School for Your Child.
1. Syllabus:
      1. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) [LKG to 12 Std]
      2. ICSE  (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) [LKG to 12 Std]
      3. State Board   [LKG to 12 Std]
      4. Montessori [Only Nursery]

2.  Age and Class Names  [General]
    Schools     Montessori                                  Age
     Pre Kg          Level I                       2 Years 10 Months-3 Years
     LKG               Level II                     3 Years 10 months 4 Years
     UKG              Level III                   4 Years 10 months 5 Years

    [Note: a. Some Schools will have LKG, UKG  and  Preparatory  [ISCE Schools] and will not have Pre-Kg.
                  b. Age Limit may vary from school to school.]

3. Admission Procedure

           1. Collect Application Form the school [Minimum 3 Schools]
           2. Attend Interview along with Child at School.
           3. See the Admission List to confirm the Admission
           4. Enroll the Child to the School.

4. Right Time Start:  From August to March Every Year.
      Example: Say you want Put child to the school in June 2012,  start visiting schools from August 2011 itself and do the follow-up Regularly till the child is enrolled into the School.

Points to Ponder:

  • Always Carry Child’s Birth Certificate[for age proof] When ever you visit the school for an Enquiry.
  • Try to Select the school near to the home [with in 3-4 Kilometers Radius]. 
  • Don’t Change the Schools Frequently.

All Best To find a Right School for your Child

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MICR Code in Cheque Book


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Let me share an interesting episode which happened with a dear friend of mine. She wanted to send some information regarding a cheque to an acquaintance. She was quite stumped when she was asked for the MICR code. after much eye-rolls and the “typical woman” looks, she was explained what that particular code is.

To all my uninitiated women-friends, let me give you the one-on-one of this cryptic code that eludes the most savvy and outgoing of all women.

MICR – Stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition is Magnetic Ink Barcode Printed on the bottom of  Bank’s cheque leaves.

It is unique system used by the Bank for cheque clearing and Every bank has unique MICR Code.

MICR Code has 9 digits and Each three digits in code signifies the information about
  1. City
  2. Bank Name
  3. Bank  Branch Code

Example:  MICR Code No. 560015005

  1. 560 – Represents  City Name [Bangalore]
  2. 015 – Represents Bank Name [Canara Bank]
  3. 005 – Represents Bank Branch Code [Avenue Road Branch]

For further details visit

http://www.rbi.org.in/Scripts/bs_viewcontent.aspx?Id=2009

Happy Banking!!

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