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And don’t get me wrong, the outcome? A whole new human? Totally on board with that. But let’s not lie. The process is a bit of a mess. To put it very mildly
Sasha heads the Kolkata chapter of The Period Society, and will be enrolling at Harvard University this fall. Sasha is extremely passionate about resolving health inequities, and spends
Endometriosis is a complex topic. It has emotional and mental health ramifications that are not properly understood.
Visible negative skin changes in the form of acne, blemishes, scars, eczemas etc are known to adversely affect the human mental condition.
When we think of food, we think of aromas, flavors, colors, festivals, and memories in grandma’s kitchen. Food is responsible for the activation of all senses.
Dr Rochelle Suri discusses how our anxiety can be felt by visceral bodily reactions. Understanding how our mind and body are connected is key.
Aara Health and Sleep Moksha’s founder, Dr Monika, discuss tactics to help everyone sleep better.
We are responsible for our own happiness. Dr. Parul Agarwal delves into what we can do to feel genuinely happy with and about ourselves.
Aara Health spoke with psychiatrist and clinical psychologist, Dr. Parul Agarwal, about what stress really means and how we should deal with it.
Aara Health discusses with Sleep Moksha’s founder, Dr. Monika – the impacts of caffeine on sleep and how coffee drinkers can struggle with sleep.
Aara Health and The Lipstick Politico joined hands to discuss different tactics one can use when dealing with anxiety
I was lying on a narrow bed, left arm pressed heavily into the mattress and back touching the wall, my fingers mindlessly twisting the fleece sheet draped under us.
Aara Health collaborated with a sleep lab, Sleep Moksha, and questioned the founder, Dr. Monika, about what “good sleep” really […]
BPD is a complex disorder, and infrequently diagnosed accurately in India. Ruhaan Joshi is a practicing psychologist who focuses on BPD patients.
When our “self” and our desires do not involve a man, people do not see us. We briefly become invisible and unthreatening, not something that needs to be discussed or explicitly admonished.
If we had not been taught the words ‘man’ and ‘woman’, do you think we would see the world through the gender binary lens we see it in now?
We believe that there is no replacement for a good night’s sleep to help recharge and prepare you for the battles of the day.
Do you love travelling and often find yourself in a new time-zone? Has your sleep schedule been disrupted since you started to work from home?
Did you know that routinely sleeping less than 6-7 hours a night more than doubles your risk of cancer? Problems with sleep are common specially today.
My friends and I often have conversations where they ask me questions about all things LGBT and are always fascinated by the answers I give them.
This article illustrates the legality of attempted suicide in India: How Section 309 IPC acts as a barrier to suicide prevention and why it needs to be repealed
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is one of the most prevalent, complex, and misunderstood personality disorders in India and around the world.
Dr. Rochelle Suri (PhD, MFT) breaks down psychosomatic disorders for a lay person by providing an example of what so many of us experience but do not understand
‘I want to tell you sometimes, it feels like we’ve killed the world…’ started my daily lockdown morning ritual, listening to songs of my favourite band outlandish.
It is important to note that hurt people hurt people. Abuse survivors sometimes go on to abuse others, be it their partners, children, staff or friends.
Anxiety is experienced by everyone, in different forms and at varying magnitudes. But what does anxiety really mean and how can we effectively address that?
In order to cope with this emotional stress and manage the brain-body changes we use procrastination as a strategy.
Despite having contracted COVID-19, Nurse Anushree still spends her waking hours helping patients fight for their lives.
Our live session with Shalini Sarena, entrepreneur, founder of women in tech and mindset coach, spoke to us about mindfulness practices.
Humans are social beings, whether we’re introverts or extroverts or a little bit of both, we need interactions with our species to learn, grow, & connect with.
Even for those lucky few that have a roof over their heads, food on the table, & loving families to keep them company, a 60+ day quarantine is still stressful.