Heal Yourself Program

He is a qualified post graduate Lifestyle management consultant from Apollo Hospitals Hyderabad with distinction. 

Dr Chawla finely adds his NLP skills learnt from world renowned NLP Master Dr David Lincoln, also infuses with self hypnosis affirmations and combines the skills of Emotional Intelligence from Six Seconds trained from world authority Joshua Freedman USA. 

He is also a certified Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapist (REBT) trained by accredited trainer from Ellis Albert Institute New York. 

His rich Indian ancient knowledge in Yoga from University of Mumbai helps to holistically modify the disturb mind of individuals undergoing challenges in their relationships, stresses, past emotional barriers, competition… 

Dr Chawla integrates his skills of modern psychology, behavioral changes, programming sub conscious mind, empathically unites with spirituality to gain the permanent goodness of human realization for the higher purpose of existence. 

All these techniques empower the individual to take charge of their decisions of life without any effort, smoothly and independently awakening the power of natural intuitions and self transformation. 

For queries and to fix initial appointments please call on Mr Shridhar on 9819149818, 9819143626, 25544856, 25299101

or preferred appointments 

or e-mail at mohiniclinics@askdrchawla.com

LifeStyle Management Program

Early disease detection and modern treatments are important for good health, but they may be expensive and not easily accessible. Evaluation, prevention and learning how to manage your lifestyle. it’s the only way to maximize life! 
Our programs offer a dynamic combination of medical expertise and comprehensive lifestyle management. Each program is designed to tackle a common lifestyle illness and manage common stress. The programs offer a personalized and 360 degree approach, consisting of routine examinations, lab tests, expert counselling and regular follow-ups. Whether you are at home, or work or travelling, you will have the full attention of dedicated doctors and experts in nutrition, exercise, stress management and integrated therapy. Combining recent technology with holistic approach towards wellness.

Each Program offers

Live Better, Feel Better
Like many people, you may want to change your diet and lifestyle but don't know what to do, or how to do it.

Evaluate Your Lifestyle with This Mini Questionnaire:

  • Waking up in the morning do you get worried wondering how the day would go?
  • Do you feel lethargic and not fresh enough when you get-up from sleep in the morning?
  • Of late are you smiling and laughing less at home?
  • Do you feel impatient if you are not able to overtake a car in front of you?
  • Do you have trouble sleeping at night?
  • Have you lost interest in sex?
  • Are you finding it difficult to get involved in work?
  • Do you wake up fully fresh and rested?
  • Do you force yourself things that you do?
  • Do you feel mentally and physically fatigued towards the end of the day?
  • Do you get annoyed with your near and dear ones very often?
  • Do you forget things?
  • Have you forgotten your hobby?

Count the number of No's in your answer to get your score.

If the number of no's is:
13 : Your lifestyle is great. Keep up the good work.
Between 9 & 12: There is a slight need to still modify your lifestyle.
Why not start now?
6 to 9: Start working on your lifestyle immediately
Below 6: If you don't start modifying your lifestyle on priority, you are in for health problems.

Consult Lifestyle Specialist to modify and manage healthy living.

Holistic Nutrition Holistic nutrition focuses on a natural approach to a healthy diet and considers the individual as a whole, including all aspects of his lifestyle. This natural approach incorporates emotional, spiritual and physical health to create a state of well-being for optimum health. A holistic approach to proper nutrition encourages education on basic nutrition to develop a holistic diet that incorporates natural and organic foods, natural holistic supplements and food treatments for chronic health conditions.

The fundamental principle of holistic nutrition is that food provides the energy needed to function properly and supplies the nutrients that are required to build and regenerate bone, muscle, fat and blood. The nutrients obtained from food are essential for the natural processes that constantly take place inside the body. Holistic nutrition involves three main components: macronutrients, which include carbohydrates, protein and fats; micronutrients, which include vitamins and minerals; and fiber. These components all play an important role in how the body functions and are essential to a complete, balanced diet.

Following a holistic nutrition plan has powerful psychological, spiritual and overall health benefits, especially for people who suffer from chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, asthma and tumor growths. A holistic diet strengthens the bones, blood, muscles and vital organs, including the heart, liver, stomach and intestines. Holistic nutrition also follows the belief that physical ailments are directly related to psychological well-being, so developing a healthy and balanced diet helps to relieve stress, memory loss and other mental conditions. Holistic nutrition is designed to heal the body, enrich the mind and cleanse the soul to reach the ultimate healthy lifestyle.

We can help

Lifestyle based on the principles of ancient wisdom works miracles for healthy living. Lifestyle Changes alone can actually reverse the effects of stress, that can otherwise prove disastrous. It has been well declared in the ancient text, the Bhagavad-Gita that nobody can be stress -free, but one should follow a lifestyle that teaches one to cope with stress in the right manner, before it leads to drastic effects. Coping with studies at school college, finding a suitable job, handling competition and work pressure in the office, getting married bringing up children, all generate stress. Even driving in heavy traffic or crossing the road produces stress and increases the levels of adrenaline, noradrenaline and steroids in our system. If we cope with stress and do not fall victim to it, then we will remain healthy. We will suffer from the cumulative ill effects of stress if we are not able to manage stress on a day-to-day basis. The clinical manifestations of such negative stress (what we call `distress’) are extreme fatigue, exhaustion, agitation, hostility, irritability, anger, lust, greed and attachment, suppression, repression, frustration, and depression, which in turn to palpitation, high blood pressure, heart attack, hyperacidity, cancer, insomnia and so on. 

It has been well documented that our mental universe or thoughts have a tremendous influence on our physical health, productivity, creativity and potential. Instead of grumbling, protesting and agitating, we have to realize that we cannot afford to throw away this extra energy. We can harness this energy to generate zeal, determination, persistence, enthusiasm, dynamism and perseverance, which may help us reach our goal in a progressively productive manner as we climb mind may bring us more opportunities, better solutions and better performance. Dependence on alcohol, smoking, and anxiety-relieving drugs is not a solution. Temporarily you may have a ‘chemical peak’ but as you get addicted to these toxins, the initial calm is replaced by more fatigue, irritability, anxiety, depression and perpetual grief. This ultimately leads to lack of productivity or no productivity in any kind of business and you may become a victim of diseases such as cancer, heart attack, high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke. External stressors in the modern world are many and are significantly variable. Occasional acute stress such as an emergency landing, an experience of hijacking, or a bomb blast by a terrorist, produces jittery molecules in our system and these may be responsible for a sudden heart attack, stroke, palpitation, etc. Similarly small external stressors in our daily routine such as traffic jams, misplaced documents, waiting in a doctor ’s clinic or police station or railway station or at the customs and immigration queue at a busy airport or in a bank or post office, may prove a very stressful.

Internal stressors like domestic decisions, career decisions, differences with one’s spouse or children and so on, can also have adverse effects. Relaxation techniques like the ones prescribed in yoga can help in with stress.

Laughter also has tremendous healing potential. Laughter is more spontaneous and natural when we are comfortable with ourselves, others and nature. It enhances the sense of social bonding and interconnectedness and helps you in sharing moments of happiness with your fellow beings, which in turn helps to manage the stress of day- to- day life.

Usually our experience in the world is an experience of our boundaries or limitations. Astronauts report that when looking back on earth from outer space, they experience a new awareness, a strangely mystical experience of altered consciousness. It only demonstrates that the view of the world we live in is dictated by how we have been conditioned to perceive the outer world and how we also perceive our inner world. If we change our perceptions we change the world around us too. We should also learn to live in the present. We should know that we are the expression of our own perceptions, our own thoughts, our own deeds, interpretations, experiences and choices. If we choose a perfect lifestyle we are going to be perfectly healthy beings.

Such a lifestyle will help us live a longer, better and happier life.

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