HEALTH

The world health organization defines health as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Health is life. In this digital age, all the information is available to us by a mere click. There are many ways to attain health and well-being. Nutrition, sleep, exercise, relaxation can help prevent diseases. Once sick, medical and surgical treatment may be needed. The alternative therapeutic approaches like Yoga, Mindfulness, Ayurveda, Acupuncture, Herbal remedies are becoming popular as people try more holistic and natural approaches. Each of us is unique and born with genetic strengths and vulnerabilities. The journey to health may differ from person to person. This section will focus on all aspects related to health and well-being. Submissions are encouraged from a health practitioners and people who wants to share their experience on all things related to health. For more information please contact Dr.Panchajanya Paul, MD (georgiapsychiatry@gmail.com)
Section Editor: Dr.Panchajanya Paul, MD

Articles related to health on this website are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider.


Dr. Ajay Singh, MD, MS (dt:04-27-2017)
Top 10 ways to reduce stress! Talk to your mental health professional- may be a social worker,
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:04-02-2017)
Wisdom from the dying! There is something about death that fascinates, intrigues, and horrifies
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:03-20-2017)
Health Hazards for Crying Babies? As a new father, my sleep is often disturbed by the cry of my son.
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:03-20-2017)
Is too much sitting killing Indian Americans? By Dr. Panchajanya Paul, MD If you are a white collar worker, you are probably sitting too much and for too long.
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:01-31-2017)
How to treat Depression? The good news is that the treatment of depression has been an intense field of research.
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:01-30-2017)
How much sleep does one need? Our requirement varies based on our age, health and work requirement.
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:01-12-2017)
Which foods are making Indian Americans obese? Obesity is becoming a pandemic among the Indians living abroad. Rates of obesity are also on a rise
Bellamkonda K. Kishore (dt:01-11-2017)
OBESITY: The Mother of all Diseases There are many reasons for that, but the most valid one is processed foods,which are cheaper are not the healthy foods.
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:01-11-2017)
How to Reduce Blood Pressure Naturally? Although, it is acknowledged, that hypertension is a disease of the life style; it remains a challenge
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:12-09-2016)
Health hazards of Night and Shift Work Shift work became popular during the Second World War when the war demanded rapid production of goods and arms
Dr. Panchajanya Paul (dt:11-28-2016)
Is Indian Vegetarian Diet Low in Protein? As Indian diaspora has spread around the globe, many have carried their culture including vegetarianism with them.