Sujatha Kumar – Mind Your Fitness!

Sujatha Kumar

12th November 2020

Taurine

Taurine is a non-essential/conditionally essential amino acid which acts as a cell membrane stabilizer in the body and can aid various antioxidant defence systems. It is […]
2nd November 2020

What is special about marine collagen?

Collagen is one of the most abundant protein found in your body. It is mainly responsible for preservation of texture and provide a structure to the […]
30th October 2020

L-arginine

L-Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid found in the diet. Good food sources of L-arginine include eggs, meats, milk, soy proteins, peanuts and walnuts. Conditionally […]
25th September 2020

Emotional Intelligence

John Mayer and Peter Salovey were the first to discuss the concept called “Emotional Intelligence.” (EI) in 1990. They defined as it as “the ability to […]
19th August 2020

Anger Explained

Anger is a normal emotion which gives rise to a sense of antagonism towards someone when you feel they are trying to do you wrong. Very often anger […]
29th March 2020

Learn these 15 easy tricks to keep anxiety at bay during the Lockdown.

Today you live in a surreal world where you wake up to a day with no fixed routines and very limited contact with others. With lockdown […]
12th February 2020

Setting boundaries in a codependent relationship.

In my earlier blog, part 1 of the 2 part series on codependency, I had mentioned that I would be discussing boundaries and setting boundaries is […]
31st January 2020

Are you trapped in a Co-dependent relationship?

Let’s discuss co-dependency in relationships. You may be in one and not even realise how it’s impacting you. To understand what co-dependency is, we need to […]
21st December 2019

How To Talk To Depressive Patients

Most people are aware that depression and a feeling of sadness are not the same. We feel sad, as a reaction to a situation that causes […]
17th November 2019

Communicating with teenagers

Parenting a teenager can sometimes be a challenge. There may be days when you get frustrated and wonder whether you can have a normal chat with […]
11th October 2019

How to conquer Procrastination

Everyone procrastinates in some way. “ I can start preparing for my exams tomorrow” or “Oh! there is still another week left for submissions”. Many of […]
17th August 2019

The Positives in Children with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD

A study by Jyotsna Akam Venkata and Anuja S Panicker published in the Indian Journal of Psychiatry (2013) has found that ADHD is prevalent among 11.32% […]