• The connection between sleep hygiene and anxiety

    Given the hectic pace of our lives and heightened uncertainty and changes in the last year; sleep issues have become increasingly common. And this is an area of concern as there’s a connection between sleep hygiene and anxiety. It has been observed that is a major area of concern for young working professionals and college...

  • How your gut health affects your mental health

    People say, “You are what you eat.” There seems to be some truth to this adage.  This video touches upon this aspect of our physical health. Psychologist Kanika Shah of Nimai Healthcare explains how your gut health affects your mental health. She also shares that our mental health and physical health are highly interconnected. How...

  • Toxic positivity: Its impact on your life, and how to fix it

    In the context of mental health, positive thinking is often used as a means to fix problems. As much as positivity is useful, an excess of it can result in toxic positivity. In this video, psychologist Kanika Shah of Nimai Healthcare throws light on this subject, and tells you more about it. Understanding toxic positivity,...

  • Postpartum depression: Symptoms and treatment

    One of the most prevalent mental health concerns among mothers of newborn babies is postpartum depression. This condition often remains undiagnosed and therefore goes untreated. In this video, psychologist Kanika Shah of Nimai Healthcare will be touching upon this lesser discussed area of mental health. Postpartum depression: Causes and symptoms A lot of changes –...

  • A guide to help maintain the mental health of kids

    The changes and uncertainty that this year has brought with it have had an impact on all of us, irrespective of the age group, in terms of physical, emotional and mental well-being. The focus of this video is on what can be done to help maintain the mental health of kids. Children have had to...

  • Tips to help manage kids’ screen time

    Given the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, screen time has drastically increased for almost all of us. This includes children as well, since school is now being held online. Screen time now can be used to both educate and entertain children. Hence, it is essential that parents help manage kids’ screen time. Psychologist Kanika Shah of...

  • How you can identify negative thinking patterns

    When we talk about our mental well-being, an important aspect to consider is our thoughts and patterns of thinking. Our emotions and behaviour tend to stem from these underlying thoughts (cognitive behavioural therapy). Sometimes, we tend to adopt some distorted or faulty patterns of thinking which evoke unhelpful or negative reactions in us. Being aware...

  • Tips to build a resilient mind: A key to tackle mental health problems 

    COVID-19 has triggered off a mental health crisis. As a result, many are facing financial and mental health problems. To survive the pandemic, it’s vital to build a resilient mind – the key to tackle mental health problems. Dr Payal Sharma Kamath, a psychiatrist  tells you how. She says, “Life is full of ups and...

  • Unlock your happiness quotient

    Have you witnessed street children merrily dancing in the puddles during the rains or happily playing with a broken cricket bat? Wondering how they  can they be happy in spite of their circumstances? Aruna Joshi, a happiness coach and author of The Happiness Manual helps you unlock your happiness quotient. Read on for tips on...

  • How to avoid burnout while working from home

    The current pandemic and lockdown has our day-to-day routines. Most of us have had to learn how to adapt to working from home. Given the added stress of these times and unpredictable situations, working from home can leave us open to fatigue and feeling burnout. Psychologist Kanika Shah of Nimai Healthcare shares a few simple...