17th March marks World Sleep Day. It is an initiative that aims to spread awareness about the importance of sleep for our health and well-being.
According to a report by fitness solutions firm Fitbit, Indians are among the poorest sleepers in the world, clocking in an average of 6.55 hours of sleep a night.
One in every five people across the world is sleep deprived owing to reasons ranging from lifestyle, odd working hours and personal obligations, a survey said ahead of World Sleep Day.
Cloves are an integral part of every Indian kitchen cabinet; they have shared a prominent place in Ayurveda and ancient Chinese medicine.