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Signs of Spiritual Awakening

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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  • More experiences of telepathy
  • More experiences of reverse telepathy
  • More spontaneous fulfillment of desires
  • Increased tendency to let things happen rather than make them happen. Work done with the least effort.
  • Change in the nature, more smiling, laughter and thankful nature.
  • Feelings of being connected with others and nature.
  • Frequent overwhelming episodes of appreciation.
  • Tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than from fears based on past experience.
  • Ability to enjoy each moment.
  • Living in the present.
  • Loss of worry.
  • A loss of interest in conflict.
  • A loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others.
  • A loss of interest in judging others and self.
  • Gaining the ability to love without expecting anything in return.
  • Quality of converting an adversity into opportunity.
  • Dislike for drugs, smoke and excess of alcohol.
  • Happiness in doing random acts of kindness.
  • Looking for good in every one.

Signs of Spiritual Awakening

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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  • More experiences of telepathy
  • More experiences of reverse telepathy
  • More spontaneous fulfillment of desires
  • Increased tendency to let things happen rather than make them happen. Work done with the least effort.
  • Change in the nature, more smiling, laughter and thankful nature.
  • Feelings of being connected with others and nature.
  • Frequent overwhelming episodes of appreciation.
  • Tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than from fears based on past experience.
  • Ability to enjoy each moment.
  • Living in the present.
  • Loss of worry.
  • A loss of interest in conflict.
  • A loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others.
  • A loss of interest in judging others and self.
  • Gaining the ability to love without expecting anything in return.
  • Quality of converting an adversity into opportunity.
  • Dislike for drugs, smoke and excess of alcohol.
  • Happiness in doing random acts of kindness.
  • Looking for good in every one.

Top 10 ways to keep the kidneys healthy

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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  1. Monitor blood pressure and cholesterol.
  2. Control weight.
  3. Dont overuse over-the-counter (OTC) painkillers.
  4. Monitor blood glucose.
  5. Get an annual physical exam.
  6. Know if chronic kidney disease (CKD), diabetes or heart disease run in your family. If so, you may be at risk.
  7. Dont smoke.
  8. Exercise regularly.
  9. Follow a healthy diet.
  10. Get tested for chronic kidney disease if you are at risk.

Signs of Spiritual Awakening

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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  • More experiences of telepathy
  • More experiences of reverse telepathy
  • More spontaneous fulfillment of desires
  • Increased tendency to let things happen rather than make them happen. Work done with the least effort.
  • Change in the nature, more smiling, laughter and thankful nature.
  • Feelings of being connected with others and nature.
  • Frequent overwhelming episodes of appreciation.
  • Tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than from fears based on past experience.
  • Ability to enjoy each moment.
  • Living in the present.
  • Loss of worry.
  • A loss of interest in conflict.
  • A loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others.
  • A loss of interest in judging others and self.
  • Gaining the ability to love without expecting anything in return.
  • Quality of converting an adversity into opportunity.
  • Dislike for drugs, smoke and excess of alcohol.
  • Happiness in doing random acts of kindness.
  • Looking for good in every one.

HCFI demystifies some myths about organ donation

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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  1. Age is not a barrier for organ donation. Even people above the age of 80 have become organ and tissue donors.
  2. There is no requirement to be in perfect health for donation. Even those who smoke, drink or don’t have a healthy diet can still donate.
  3. Organ and tissue donation do not disfigure the body in any way.
  4. In case of an accident, the doctor will always try to save the life of the victim first. Organ donation is considered as an option only when the person dies due to certain circumstances.

You can smoke 10 Years of your Life Expectancy

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Two studies on smoking and mortality published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine have shown that quitting smoking helped to reduce the risk of death associated with smoking.

One study was led by Dr. Prabhat Jha of the Center for Global Health Research inToronto, while the other study was led by Michael J. Thun of the American Cancer Society.

Smokers lose at least one decade of life expectancy over nonsmokers on average.

Those who kick the habit before age 40 reduce the excess risk of death associated with continued smoking by about 90%.

Women are now as likely to die from smoking-related illnesses as men. In the early 1960s, women smokers were 2.73 times more likely to die from lung cancer than their nonsmoking counterparts; by 2010, they were 25.66 times more likely to die of the disease.

1. One day I asked one of my patients whether you smoke or not. He said, “Kabhi kabhi cigarette peeta hoon.” I wrote on my file he smokes occasionally. His wife got upset and asked me to ask him, “What does he mean by ‘Kabhi kabhi peeta hoon’?” When asked he said that he does not smoke all the time “kabhi kabhi to ghante nikal jate hain aur me nahi pita” (some time sits hours that I do not smoke)

2. One day a patient came to me after three months and said, “Doc three months back I was having fever and you had told me not to take any bath. All this while, I was busy and could not come to you. Can I take a bath now?”

3. Chod diya. A patient came with his wife and the wife asked me to ask the patient, “Cigarette Chod do”. I also counseled and said, “Cigarette Chod do”. A few weeks later, he said, “Chod diya.” There are four meanings of Chod diya:

i. Biwi ko Chod diya

ii. Doctor ko Chod diya

iii.Dono ko Chod diya

iv. Cigarette ko Chod diya

4. After an echo test, one of my patients asked a technician, “can I eat?” and my technician told, “You can eat after one hour.” A few minutes later, the patient came to me and asked me the same question without telling me that he had already asked my technician. I said, “You can eat.” He said, “Your technician said after one hour.” I was in embarrassing position. I said to make it light, “he told for you not to eat for one hour and not for the patient.”

5.  One of my patients said that he never drinks more than three pegs. His wife said, “Don’t believe in him. After three pegs he does not remembers how many pegs he drinks.”

6. There are funny examples of cigarette smoking:

i.  Smokers do not grow old (as they die in young age)

ii.  Smokers do not get second heart attack (most die in the first attack)

iii. Smoking cures cancer (most smoke related lung cancers have only six month’s life)

iv. Thieves do not come into the smoker’s house as he coughs throughout the night.

v.Smokers’ brothers do not fight for property (their property has already gone to hospitals for treatment of smoking related disorders)

vi. Smoker’s wife does not suspect him (smoking leads to impotence).