Today on World Water Day, Care24 proudly announces its collaboration with Clensta.
Known for their Primary focus on providing ease and comfort to the patients, Care24 and Clensta are collaborating for providing waterless personal hygiene solutions as an alternative to traditional and other bathing methods.
Ever imagined having a bath without using a single drop of water? Now it’s possible with Waterless Products by Clensta!
How waterless is better:

• Improves Patients Well-Being and Comfort
• Hassle Free bathing time Does not require water – At all!
• Only requirement – Product and towel!
• Zero additional Requirement; Remove the efforts for changing of bedsheets unlike sponging

• Eliminates the additional cost of utilities like disposable bowl, mugs, soaps or shampoos etc.
• Scientifically designed product – Free from Alcohol, SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), Gluten & paraben.
• Reduces Patient’s bathe time tremendously.

But what is waterless technology?
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Clensta’s pioneered Waterless Personal Hygiene technology brings to you a product formulated for ready to use purpose with absolutely no water usage. An emerging technology used in the product based on a simple and effective formula and free from harmful ingredients.
What’s Anti-Microbial? – With easy application of spray, massage and towel dry;
Product composition and formulation offers microbial removal and protection of the skin from further development of opportunistic microbes; Helping to maintain the same level of cleansing effect. The scientifically designed and tested Waterless Solution has a perfect balance of offering comprehensive hygiene and moisturization, keeping your skin soft, germ-free and healthy for a week via single bottle.

Stay fresh and hygiene!

Wait! Why would I need it?

Water contamination is a noteworthy challenge, one of the reports states that almost 70 per cent of India's water is impure, affecting three out of four Indians;
and following traditional bathing methodology would further only increase the chances of infection.

Additionally, with less established standards procedure of sponge bathing, chances of contamination further increase due to the sponge or cloth being dipped multiple times in the same tub of water for multiple strokes of cleaning, hence, contamination cycle of re-contaminating the tub & sponge, compromising the patient’s hygiene.

Waterless hygiene solution promises complete hygiene by eliminating the chance of contamination and removing the added utility of, sponge, bucket, soap, shampoo or others; and replace them with just a spray bottle and towel.
Instead of multiple dips, you just need to spray, massage and towel dry. This ensures zero contamination and comprehensive hygiene.
How we save water: A single bottle of Clensta Body Bath of 100ml saves upto 350 litres of water. Care 24 is collaborating with Clensta International to provide the patients an alternative hygiene method with an aim to improve the overall patient's experience and comfort.

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In any sport that requires sudden change of direction, pivoting, and sudden jumping such as football and soccer, ACL injuries are common. Most of the ACL injuries are non-contact and occur during sudden twisting motion when the feet are planted in one direction and knees are nearly fully extended. Female athletes are more prone to such injuries, although there is no link between age and gender. However, landing, cutting, and pivoting maneuvers may vary between male and female athletes.

A common reason why there has been an increase in ACL injuries is mainly as nowadays no one gives importance to the basics of all sports such as squatting, running, and landing mechanics. Coupled with performing repeated inefficient movements, no rest and time to recover can be disastrous for your knees.

Most of these non-contact injuries can be prevented with appropriate training.

Every athlete needs to know how to move in perfect alignment in order to protect their knees. Develop body awareness, strength, and balance to support and protect your knees and ankles.

1. Mechanics

All athletes should know how to correctly squat, lunge jump, and land without knee or ankle collapse. Never let your knees collapse inwards. Develop a habit of landing and jumping using the correct technique. Proper planting and pivoting should also be taught from a young age.

2. Strength

The strength of the quadriceps muscle is the standard which indicates how well an athlete will perform post an ACL tear recovery. The quadriceps muscles are the most abused and overused muscles as the gluteus medius is totally neglected. Lack of core and hip strengthening muscle exercises are also responsible for these injuries. Do warm-ups and stretches before games and practice.

3. Recovery

Professional sportsmen do not play sports all year long as playing continuously also significantly contributes to injuries. Proper rest, adequate nutrition, and sleep help to improve performances.

Every ACL prevention program should incorporate balance, agility, performance drills in the warm-up phase during training and practice.

  • Always warm-up before playing. This helps to improve blood circulation to the muscles and joint.
  • Stretch all muscles especially thighs, calves, and hips. This improves flexibility.
  • Strengthen your hips and thighs as they support your knees. Perform squats and lunges to strengthen them.
    • When you perform squats, remember to keep your knees and feet facing straight ahead. Try to squat on just one leg.
    • Perform walking lunges halfway across the field and back.
    • Strengthen the core muscle around your back, chest, abdomen, and hips. This will improve overall stamina and fitness and make you a better athlete.
    • Balance always improves with practice.
  • Agility changing direction
    • Run to a line and plant your foot without letting your knees collapse inwards to change direction.
    • Always remember: hips over knees over ankles.
  • Practice jumping and safe landing techniques.
    • Jump straight up a number of times. Land with your feet and knees pointing straight ahead. Practice proper landing techniques. Keep your knees bent chest high, buttocks back, and land smoothly.
  • While practicing any of these movements, always emphasize on the quality of movement rather than the quantity.

Targeted neuromuscular training interventions may just be the best way to reduce the risk of ACL injuries.