2019

Non-verbal messages : They are everywhere

Taking your cue from non-verbal communication Last week, during my visit to the dialysis unit, I came across a nurse who was displeased with a patient. On further conversation, she explained that she was disturbed by the manner expressed his dislike of her. This patient always wears T-shirts with strange quotes indirectly aimed at her. [...]

By |2019-11-11T20:40:20+00:00November 11th, 2019|2019, Emotional Health|0 Comments

How to gain from your pain

An enormously distressing past event can have long lasting effects which may only become recognizable many years later. The traumatic event can be one time, such as an accident, injury, loss of someone close, or it can be due to an ongoing cause,  like illness. If you are feeling that you are on an emotional [...]

By |2019-11-05T05:56:39+00:00August 26th, 2019|2019, Emotional Health|0 Comments

The power of touch

The medical field is often best suited for individuals who can handle stressful situations with patience, compassion, as well as mental and physical stamina. There is a fine balance in maintaining and applying excellent communication technical skills. Doctors and nurses choose their profession with the hope of making patients feel better, both physically and emotionally. These efforts [...]

By |2019-08-06T18:40:47+00:00August 1st, 2019|2019, Clinician's Corner|0 Comments

10 scientifically proven benefits of Mindfulness Meditation

There have been numerous studies to show that Mindfulness Meditation is beneficial for us. It not only helps us in gaining control of our emotions but also enhances overall well-being. Best of all, it can be done by anyone regardless of his or her health or age, and it does not need any special setting or equipment.
By |2019-11-05T05:56:39+00:00May 31st, 2019|2019, Mental Health|0 Comments

Check your mental health

By age 40, about 50% of the population will have or have had a mental illness. If we include families and caregivers, mental health problems and illnesses impact almost everyone in some way. Source Recent studies indicate an increased frequency of mental illness, especially depression, amongst chronically ill patients. Although every individual has a different threshold limit, a [...]

By |2019-11-05T05:56:39+00:00May 14th, 2019|2019, Mental Health|0 Comments