Couvade syndrome is a range of pregnancy related physical and psychological symptoms that men experience when their partners are expecting a baby. Just like women, men too experience it in the first trimester before the symptoms temporarily disappear and then re-experience a surge in these symptoms in the last trimester. Read our article to know more about Couvade syndrome that you may experience when your baby is in the womb.
Fathers - Supporters in Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding is the most essential form of providing nutrition to your little one and while direct breastfeeding is only a mother’s territory; fathers can really play a crucial role in empowering and enabling this process and relationship.
Health Benefits of Avocado!
Ever heard of an alligator pear? Maybe not, but you might have heard about this fruit called- avocado.
An Insight into Peanut Oil
Peanut oil is a good source of vitamin E and provides around 11% of RDA.
How Liquid Calories Can Also Lead To Weight Gain
What is it that makes these liquid calories count? Read on to know -
Are you TOFI? Thin Outside Fat Inside!
Does this concept surprise you? How can a thin person be fat? We usually equate a thin person with good health and fitness. While an overweight or obese person, we may mentally brand is unhealthy and unfit.
Dealing With Social Media Fatigue
Excessive use of social media can lead to fatigue, where you find it difficult to do other tasks that you might have been able to complete with ease. Look at some ways in which you can maintain the balance required so that social media does not take over your life entirely.
Tips to Succeed as a New Father
Now that the baby is here, your free time is no longer your own! Find out how to take care of yourself and strike a whole new balance.
Fathers: 5 Tips for Better Work-Life Integration
Priorities change when you have a new baby. As a father, you face pressure to be involved both at home as well as succeed at work. Find out how you can do this efficiently.
4 Ways to Help Your Sleep-Deprived Wife
Sleep deprivation is a well-known side effect of parenthood. Mothers have broken sleep not only when babies are infants, but sometimes through toddlerhood as well. Though fathers cannot nurse the baby at night, there are other helpful things they can do to help their wife get through this phase.