Dr. Rachna Khanna Singh
Currently head of Department of Holistic Medicine & Wellness at Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon Dr. Rachna Khanna Singh is a mental wellness expert with expertise in relationship, lifestyle & stress management. The founder and director of The Mind and Wellness Studio Dr. Rachna Khanna has worked with leading hospitals like Fortis Escorts, Dharamshila Cancer Hospital. Her specialties include stress management, lifestyle management for heart diseases, supportive care for chronically ill patients, work-life balance, parent-child bonding, cancer support care, ante/postnatal care, relationship counselling, pre-marital & marital counselling, adolescent counselling, psychiatric & psychological illnesses like depression, anxiety, insomnia.
These times we are living in, are historic and unusual. Our normal routines have been altered and we all are adjusting to a new...
Divorce is witnessing an all-time high. It is time to look inwards, bridge differences and heal strained relationship
The COVID era has given us immense time to process and look inwards, and exercise has been one of the focal points of the lockdown.
Aged people often miss out on events and gatherings with their groups. You can make a personal support group for them to reach out to their friends and make new ones.
Many people, even in their late 30’s and 40’s are ditching their jobs to explore their passion. A nine-to-five desk job is not the need of the hour anymore. People are choosing unconventional career options such as blogging, entrepreneurship, dancing, and being a YouTuber.
The elderly are in a state of constant hyper-vigilance knowing that they lie in the risk category. Constantly reading about these articles and with news on the TV, keeping up with the death toll and recovery numbers.
Both men and women face mental illnesses but women are at greater risk and more susceptible to psychological disorders than men as well as they suffer greater gender bias as compared to men.
Depression is a leading cause of disability worldwide. More women are affected by depression than men.
Unlike the usual fears or apprehensive feelings common in daily life, phobias are a mind-boggling and incapacitating fear of an object, place, circumstance, feeling or animal and are more articulated than fears, making them all the more difficult to be overcome
In the case of psychological disorders, medicines sometimes take time to show results, extending to taking weeks and months too. If one medicine does not work, the doctor recommends another medicine which again, would require time to show its results.
The pandemic has exposed a lot of fault lines in modern society including the one that runs across the work and home domains, exposing the stark imbalance in gender roles which is prevalent even in this day and age.
Music Therapy means the use of Music to help improve mental health. Music creates an outlet for shared interests and brings people together.
In 2007, a study found evidence that males and females may be sensitive to different regions of the colour spectrum, but the explanations that have been proposed are still very speculative and leave much to be desired.
Sex education is a broad term used to describe education about human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction, sexual intercourse and other aspects of human sexual behaviour.
The best treatment for phobia is a form of psychotherapy called Exposure Therapy- a form of therapy that involves controlled exposure to the stimulus that elicits fear.
Menopause is marked by the reduced sexual urge and sexual intercourse or activity as a result of which various marital relationships suffer. The attitude and perception of their spouses towards menopause affect women’s quality of life.
Fights between couples are common during the period of lockdown as people are spending more time doing work from home and less time having a conversation with each other. There is no dedicated time for work and social life. The stress level has drastically hyped because of financial worries.
Many news channels or political discussions are extremely ambiguous and at times pointless. These debates or “arguments” are done to frustrate the public and make it difficult to interpret reality.
Shared goals and the smallest spark between co-workers may end up in infidelity and extramarital affairs without even realizing it. Even otherwise there may be a multitude of factors working behind the scenes that push the two people towards a more intimate, adulterous relationship.
Managing your time well will allow you to get more done during the workday and will help you establish clear boundaries between your work and home life. This gives you time to recharge and destress by taking time away from your work stressors. This balance also allows for time to socialize and spend time with your loved ones, which can do wonders to relieve your stress.
Individuals in workplace marriages understand their spouse’s commitment to the work. This can prevent traditional problems related to establishing a healthy work-life balance as long as both individuals keep each other in check.