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Women's Health & Fitness

Aarogyas World of Welness - Dr. Rekha Soni


Life coach trainer helped thousands of people to consciously work with chakra energy to improve their health, their finance, and even relationship. she trains people across the world to use their chakras, inner sense to improve their lives in all aspects.


Dt. Shweta Diwan - Slimage Diet Clinic


Awarded as the 'Most Efficient Diet Clinic in Delhi' in 2015, Slimage Diet Clinic believes that healthy living doesn't require you to reduce your diet, but simply eat right. We, under the guidance of Dt. Shweta Diwan, aim at providing guidance and helping you achieve your fitness goals with effective diet plans specially designed for you.


Yogesh Verma


Yogesh Verma is one of the very few in India trained and certified by the Co-Founder of NLP - John Grinder (ITA), Carmen Bostic St Clair (Co-Founder of New Code NLP) and Michael Carroll (Co-developer of New Code NLP & Director, NLP Academy UK). He is also a Certified Trainer and Trainer Member of American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming (ABNLP)...


Shilpi Verma


Shilpi Verma is a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Trainer and a Life Coach. She believes that Coaching as partnering with clients is a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential....


Dr. Aruna Saxena


Dr Aruna Saxena is a certified Trainer, a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (ABNLP), Life Coach, Hypnotherapist, Access Bars Facilitator and ESSE Practitioner. Dr Aruna is regularly conducting NLP & Hypnosis based programs viz. NLP for Business, NLP for Parenting, NLP for Teachers, NLP for Teenagers, NLP for Therapists, NLP for Personality Development, etc....


Ms. Mukta Rastogi

Mukta Rastogi is a Life coach, Counsellor, Certified Hypnotherapist, Access Bars Practioner, Certified with Dr Brain Weiss in Past Life Regression, trained in Metaphor Therapy and Angel Card Reader. She is Proactive and dynamic spiritual healer.

Ms. Neerja Poddar


Neerja Poddar has been in the practice of complimentary healing sciences for over 20 years. She has many years of hands-on experience in Behavioral, Psychological, Energetic and Spiritual Therapies.


Ms. Archana Kabilan


Archana Kabilan, a Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner (BFRP) (UK), offers a blend of Bach flower services in support of stress management by reducing stress and promoting relaxation to enhance wellness.


Holistic health Care - Prakruti Swasthya Kendra

A Unit of Holistic Medicine Research Foundation - Asia's first and foremost ISO 9001:2008 certified pioneer research centre on Holistic Medicines - Prof. Dr. Deepak Rout (Gold Medalist)...

AROGYAM AVVAAHAN - Ms. Sarlla Bhutodia

Sarlla Bhutodia is expert in multi modalities of healing, She is a strong self driven person with good interpersonal skills and has extra ordinary ability to understand the thought process of the conflict arising situations and facilitating the troubled with spiritual healing....

Mr. Rahul. B.L.

Rahul is personable & outgoing, comfortable communicating with people from diverse backgrounds, occupations & cultures, with key focus on the reading of energy's chakras & auras with great ability. He helps in removing energy blocks & heals the individual to live a healthy physical, mental, emotional, spiritual & positive life.

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

Identifying Breast Cancer

Awareness of any change while looking and feeling one's breasts is an essential way of identifying breast cancer in its early stage and arresting any further harm. Any alteration to how they feel and look requires a consultation with a doctor. Alteration of breasts occurs periodically all through the monthly cycle and throughout a woman's lifespan. Other factors like menarche, age, pregnancy, breast feeding, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and menopause affect and alter breast development. Taking the time to study one's breasts and knowing what is normal will benefit in being aware of any alterations in order to stop any further damage to the body.

The best way to examine one's breasts is in a shower using either soapy water, talc or a moisturizer which will help move hands more smoothly over the breasts. For women that are big in build, lying down would make it easier to palpate breasts

How and what to check for in breasts?

  • Physical characteristics like puckering, redness or inflammation, or dimples would be noticeable while standing in front of a mirror
  • Check for nipples that look drawn in or are changing direction
  • Look for discharge from nipples while gently squeezing breasts and any kind of rash that occurs around the nipples
  • Be aware of any persistent ache or throbbing pain in the breast or in the armpit area that is not due to the monthly period
  • Palpate with hands to feel for any swelling, lumps or bumps that feel unlike the rest of the breast tissue
  • Also check for swelling and lumps surrounding the breasts in the area of the armpits, below the collarbone and upper arms.

When to do a breast check?

An ideal check would comprise of palpating breasts every few days as changes occur around the time of monthly periods and might be misleading. Knowing how breasts feel around that time and at other times would set the benchmark for discerning unusual changes. For menopausal women a breast exam should be conducted by themselves as often as possible to check for unusual feeling lumps.

Devices to check breasts

Though there are many breast self exam kits available in the market over the counter, it is still advisable for women that qualify for examination to go for a mammogram if they detect any signs or symptoms like lumps in the breast or seek advice from a GP who might refer the case to a breast clinic that specializes in the detection of a breast condition. A biopsy or ultrasound would help detect or rule out the possibility of a serious condition.

Five steps to breast cancer awareness

  1. Awareness of what should look and feel normal
  2. Looking for abnormal changes
  3. Look for physical and palpable changes
  4. Consulting the GP immediately
  5. Getting a breast exam done as advised at the earliest

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