In today’s digital age, it’s no secret that social media can have strong effects on our mental health. The truth of the matter is, however, is that most of what we see on social media simply isn’t true. Filters on Snapchat and Instagram, in addition to the myriad photo editing apps available on all smartphones, are distorting the way society sees each other, and in turn, is causing users to want to change the way the look in real life.
It’s been referred to by doctors and scholars as both facebook facelift and Instagram Dysmorphia, but the two terms are referencing the same thing—social media users who turn to plastic surgery to look as good in real life as they do online. It is a real phenomenon that is affecting demand for plastic surgery, expectations, satisfaction, and overall happiness.
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Social Media Is Creating Unrealistic Expectations For Plastic Surgeons
- Dr. Anup Dhir, Senior Consultant, Cosmetic Surgeon, Apollo Hospital, New Delhi
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When it comes to new experiences, mouthwatering cuisine, natural wonders and manmade masterpieces, one destination trumps them all. Situated between the USA and Central America, Mexico is a destination that excites from coast to coast – offering a diverse blend of ancient and modern culture. Here are 5 of our top reasons to make Mexico your next adventure.
Stylish & Elegant Kainaat Arora Sizzles On Perfect Woman Magazine Cover…!
After achieving a successful modeling career in a short span of time, Kainaat Arora made her silver screen debut with an item song in the film Khatta Meetha followed soon by her acting debut with Grand Masti. She has had an inspiring journey from Saharanpur to Mumbai.
“I love to sing”….Riddhima Pandit
She has won the hearts of many with her amazing unusual performance as a Robotic Bahu of Indian Television. Yes, we have Riddhima Pandit with us this festive season, unpredictably we found her too innocent girl not wearing a stardom and resemblance to her onscreen character a little naughty, a little jolly Riddhima in conversation exclusive with Perfect Woman, sharing her journey till now and her further plan.- PW, Rahul R
Why do ‘people in love' look into each other's eyes?
Well! The first clue of it lies in the oft-quoted lines from famous poem of Roy Croft that say… “I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you”; but the actual answer lies in a beautiful secret of nonverbal behavior…- PW, Sandeep Atre, Motivational Trainer
Magic of Gratitude!
I was introduced to being in GRATITUDE, in 1989 when I did the course Siddha Samadhi Yoga (SSY). This was imparted to me by my master Guruji Shree Rishi Prabhakar Ji on how to live a life of gratitude for all that we have, rather than crave for things we don’t. Being in gratitude 24*7*365 has transformed my life magically! -PW, By Manoj Lekhi
I Believe in a Comfort...Kellie Singh
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The Classic Diva,Rekha
Rekha stole the hearts of many with her exquisiteness and poise in the cult movie ‘Umrao Jaan’. She also got back the trend of Anarkalis.