Did you know that we subconsciously judge the beauty of a person by their face proportions? 

The Golden Ratio is a guideline used by beauty aestheticians in all face sculpting treatments to mark ideal proportions on a patient’s face. Few people are born with golden ratio facial proportions, but with the help of beauty aesthetics, many can achieve them.

The Golden Ratio is measured based on the distance from the top of the nose to the centre of the lips, from the hairline to the upper eyelid and the ratio between upper and lower lips. Prominent artists, such as Leonardo da Vinci, used this ratio of 1 : 1.618 to sketch his well-known painting of the Mona Lisa.
With that in mind, Danai Wellness provides a perfect face sculpting treatment by certified medical doctor, Dr. Sean Tan, who is also a member of the Ministry of Health’s medical aesthetics board. He is highly skilled at customising the best treatment that matches your face proportions and aesthetic goals. 

Perfect Face Sculpting Treatments

Mesolipolysis is a fat reduction procedure targeted at stubborn fat cells. Without any downtime, this procedure instantly reverses ageing and gives your face the perfect sculpt. Not to worry because mesolipolysis is a safe clinical procedure with less to zero risk of infections. 

If wrinkle-free complexion is your preference, botox is here to help. At Danai Wellness, botox imported from the USA not only treats existing fine lines and wrinkles but it also efficiently reshapes face.

Celebrities like Kylie Jenner have shined spotlight on fillers. If you are looking for instant plump and face-lift without going under the knife, fillers are your to-go. Doctors at Danai Wellness are field experts in picking the right filler that best fits your face shape.

Face sculpting improves the modulation of the face resulting in improvement of facial appearances. So wait no more, get your face sculpted perfectly at Danai Wellness today!

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We all know the importance of sleep. When we don’t get enough shuteye, we get tired, cranky, and our ability to focus deteriorates. Despite this, many of us continue to ignore it. It is no wonder, given how difficult it is for many of us to take a proper break even during our waking hours.

It largely comes down to behavioral health, or how our behaviors impact our physical and mental wellbeing. But do you know why getting enough quality sleep is so important? The immediate aftereffects that come from a lack of it may be enough to persuade you. But, first, let’s delve into the dangers of sleep deprivation.

Sleep deprivation brings an onset of problems such as impaired cognition, a higher chance of stroke, an increased risk of heart disease, breast cancer, and diabetes, and a hormonal imbalance that can lead to weight gain. Let’s take a closer look.  

Impaired cognition, worsened mood and anxiety

Lack of sleep impairs our memory and ability to process information. It also disrupts the neurotransmitters to our brain which regulates our mood. Our brain’s anticipatory reaction also gets raised, increasing our overall anxiety levels. 

Increased risk of stroke, heart disease, diabetes, and breast cancer

In addition, getting less than 6 hours of sleep on a regular basis increases our risk of stroke by four times. Sleep deprivation also raises blood pressure, cortisol, and norepinephrine levels.

Elevated blood pressure increases the risk of heart disease, whereas the latter two are linked to insulin resistance, which leads to diabetes. 

Melatonin is the hormone in our body that regulates our sleep-wake cycles. When we expose ourselves to light late at night on a regular basis, it decreases. This interferes with the production of oestrogen, which can lead to breast cancer.

Weight gain

According to sleepfoundation.org, a large number of studies have shown that insufficient sleep and poor sleep quality can lead to weight gain and an increased risk of obesity. Other chronic health conditions, such as metabolic disorders, are also a risk. 

Sleep helps to restore balance to the hormones that influence our satiety levels. Being awake for longer than you should also naturally increase your window of time for eating, which can cause weight gain. This is particularly true if you are eating late at night.  

Getting good, sufficient sleep allows you to take on the day and be the most focused and productive person you can be. It gives you a clear mind, a stronger immune system, a better mood, a sharper brain and a healthier heart. Remember that consistent good sleep, along with exercise and nutrition, is one of the three pillars of health.

Humans have always been a curious species, eager to discover more about themselves. Many things can be learned about ourselves through DNA testing, which is a powerful way to learn about your health, particularly for those seeking insight into optimal nutrition and fitness.

As more and more people choose to test their DNA in order to better understand their bodies, many questions are popping up about what a genetic test can and can not tell you. 

In this article, we’ll go over some of the things you’ll discover and some of the things you won’t be able to uncover unless you combine your results with traditional clinical research.

They can tell you whether you have hereditary diseases

DNA testing can tell if you’ll develop a hereditary disease that you don’t currently have. Cystic fibrosis, familial hyperlipidemia, muscular dystrophy, Huntington’s disease, and sickle cell anemia are some of the examples of hereditary diseases. 

They can tell you if your DNA contains mutation for genetic disorders 

When we have mutations in our DNA, it can lead to genetic disorders that impact the health of our future offspring. If both parents are carriers for the same genetic disorder, their child may be affected.

They can give you an idea of your risk of developing certain hereditary cancers

Although not 100% certain, you can still learn about your risk of developing hereditary cancers such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, melanoma, colon cancer, and others.

They can’t always predict whether you will get cancer

This is because not all cancers are hereditary. Many cancer-causing mutations are oftentimes randomly occurring. Our environmental factors play a role too. 

They might be able to tell you your predisposition for obesity or lactose intolerance

There are many at-home DNA test kits available these days that can reveal your predisposition for traits other than illnesses and conditions. It is important to understand that consumer tests are not equivalent to medical diagnoses.

Genetic testing is undoubtedly an important health-care tool that can tell us a lot about our bodies. At Danai Medi-Wellness, we provide DNA reports that reveal insights into your hereditary health risks, carrier status, nutrition, fitness, skincare, and other personal traits.

The more you understand your genetic predisposition, the better you’ll be able to optimise your health. We also provide professionals, such as physicians and nutritionists, as back-end support to guide you through your wellness journey.

Visit us today at https://danaimediwellness.com/our-services/dna-lifestyle-genetic-analysis/

to uncover your amazing DNA story with us today.