Alternative treatments for arthritic conditions
September 30, 2013 – 4:31 am | No Comment
Alternative therapies for arthritic conditions are inclusive of treatments like acupuncture or magnets, chondrotin or glucosamine. People having arthritis usually suffer with conditions like stress, stiffness, pain, and depression. So it is imperative that there are alternative treatments for arthritis, which will help patients cope with this in a better way and in a healthier manner. If you do not  [...]

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About Suparna Singh


The gratification of writing for a livelihood is that one is able to do it at all times. I revel in the swirling and swinging of words as they entangle human sentiments. However, the melancholy of it all is one has to do it irrespective of whether one is in the mood for it or not. A feeling often reflected by many authors is that when one does something that is so intensely close to the heart, it does tend to become less joyous when one has to keep doing it, day-after-moolah-grinding day. Being by yourself in an closed enclosure for hours on end while, in essence, constantly nattering in one’s head about matters one has formerly cooked up and then jotting it down for total strangers does have several facets that are not intrinsically blissful. But then conjugating something out of zilch, capsizing the decrees of time and space, creating something for unfamiliar beings simply because one assumes that they might just take a liking to it and countless hours of being absent from oneself – is truly fascinating. And the conclusion of it all – the end product - is even more fulfilling.