|The Indian healthcare sector has been growing at a frenetic pace in the past few years. The windfall began ever since the developed world discovered that it could get quality service for less than half the price.The Indian healthcare market is estimated to be US$ 30 billion and includes pharmaceuticals, healthcare, medical and diagnostic equipment and surgical equipment and supplies. Revenues from the healthcare sector account for 5.2 per cent of the GDP and it employs over 4 million people. Private spending accounts for almost 80 per cent of total healthcare expenditure.
According to a study by CII-McKinsey on ‘Health in India’, India will spend US$ 45.76 billion on healthcare in the next five years as the country, on an economic upsurge, is witnessing changes in its demographic profile accompanied with lifestyle diseases and increasing medical expenses.
Coupled with the expected increase in the pharmaceutical sector, the total healthcare market in the country could increase to US$ 53-73 billion (6.2-8.5 per cent of GDP) in the next five years.
Private healthcare will continue to be the largest component in 2012 and is likely to double to US$ 35.7 billion. It could rise by an additional US$ 8.9 billion if health insurance cover is extended to the rich and middle class
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|Select fitness equipment that most suits your requirements, interests you and which you will enjoy using. Think first what type of exercise you prefer and what aspect of your condition you want to improve in particular. You’ll get the best results by using different equipment to make exercising as varied and motivating as possible.Don’t forget to STRETCH!
Remember to stretch before and after exercising. Stretching helps to keep your muscles and ligaments flexible, avoid strains and injuries and releases tension. Do the movements slowly and repeat two to five times both sides. (Our Fitness File provides a clear guide to simple but effective stretches for use before and after your workout.)
How do I keep myself motivated?
It’s easy to start exercising – but even easier to stop! All our fitness equipment has been chosen BECAUSE each product offers variety, easy-to-read monitors that chart your progress during a workout and, in many cases, personal programs and long-term updates on your performance.
Don’t overdo it. Beginners should start at low resistance levels (see the section How hard? to help you find the right training level for you). If you don’t sleep well after exercising, feel especially tired, have a headacheor your pulse doesn’t return to normal in 10 minutes, you have overtaxed your body. Continuous fatigue, an unwillingness to exercise and perhaps a lack of appetite are all signs of overexertion and you must tone down your training programme.
Remember to rest enough! If you are not used to training, have a day’s break between exercises. Only rested muscles are ready for the next workout. If you are already fit enough, you can train almost daily as long as you remember not to overdo things.
Be careful to warm up before exercising and cool down afterwards.
Drink enough during exercise and after you have finished.
Training must not hurt.
Wear suitable clothing and shoes.
|Each day, the Fantasy Fit web site brings you a new Fitness Tip from our extensive archive. Become a Fantasy Fit client and you’ll have access to the entire library. In the meantime, check back here daily for a new tip.Don’t we need to include some dietary cholesterol in our diets since it is needed by our bodies?
Your body does need blood cholesterol but your liver produces enough blood cholesterol to fulfill your body’s needs. You do not need to consume any additional dietary cholesterol in your diet. To keep your cholesterol within healthy limits keep your fat intake low and avoid saturated (from animal sources) fat. Make sure your diet consists of plenty of fiber and fruits and vegetables (strive for at least five servings).