Muscat: Malayalee Women’s Lounge, which started last year with just eighteen women, has seen rapid growth. Today the association has more than 100 members. There are many people who have many talents in their personal life but cannot shine in the hustle and bustle of expatriate life. All of them get a chance to showcase their talents here. Today, there are women in the community who have proven themselves in many fields like fashion designers, teachers, singers, artists, social media influencers and home makers.
They work through social media. Apart from nurturing the talent of its own members, the main objective of the association is to do socially responsible things. Many opportunities are provided for many women. Last year, assistance was given to Santhvanam, an organization for differently-abled children in Kerala. Also, the Turkish Embassy in Oman sent the necessary items to the victims of the earthquake in Turkey.
Malayali Women’s Lounge conducted an awareness class last day in conjunction with International Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Speaking in the class, Dr. Rajashree Narayanan Kutty said that cancer can be completely prevented through lifestyle control. Dr. Rajshri Narayankutty said that today cancer has almost become a completely curable disease.
In today’s life conditions, women do not pay attention to their health, lack of exercise, lack of sleep, unhealthy eating habits, mental stress, all this causes disease. The most important thing is to avoid getting sick. Include more fruits and vegetables in your diet. Avoid fatty fast foods, meat and excessive milk and dairy products. Rajshree told the class that it is also wrong to restrict food and not exercise. One such important thing is mental amusement. Excessive stress can cause many diseases.
A mammogram should be done at least once a year. Dr. Rajashree Narayanan Kutty said that the Oman Cancer Association has prepared a system for women to do it for free. A cancer awareness class was conducted in Asaiba. Many people participated in the program. Doctor Shabnam and Nafisa welcomed the program. Afra and Aisha Hanan handed over the community’s gift of love to Dr. Rajashree.