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Some tips from HCFI

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  1. Exercises and stretches can help maintain strength and stop joints becoming stiff in children with spinal muscular atrophy. Although the amount of exercise will depend on the condition, its best to try and stay as active as possible.
  2. There are activities/exercises that can be done to strengthen the breathing muscles and make coughing easier.
  3. It is important for people with spinal muscular atrophy, especially children, to get the right nutrients. This will help with healthy growth and development. A dietitian can offer advice about feeding and diet.

My answer is yes, now tell me your problem

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“My answer is yes, now tell me your problem” This is the best statement I have ever come across in my life. A medical superintendent at Moolchand Hospital, when he joined, had this statement on the wall above his head. It clearly indicates that he was there to solve problems and not to create problems.

If all the service provider agencies follow this statement, the scenario of the country can change. Our job should be to solve the problems and not find mistakes. None of us is 100% truthful, honest or hardworking. Each one of us will have some positive points and some negative points. Our job should be to remove our negative points and convert them into positive. Remembers SWOT analysis taught in marketing i.e. “Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat”. We should convert our weakness into strength and threat into opportunities.

(Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are my own).

Gaining weight & losing strength vs losing weight & gaining strength

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When we gain weight, we must acquire more strength and when we lose weight, we must lose the strength. This is a fundamental principle. If we gain weight and feel weak, it is a disease and when we lose weight and gain strength, we are recovering from the disease. One should not gain more than 5kg of weight after the age of 20 years. Any weight gain after that will only be due to accumulation of fat, which leads to insulin resistance. Insulin resistance does not allow food to convert into energy. In the state of insulin resistance, whatever you eat is converted into fat. As it is not converted into energy, you feel weak. When you reduce insulin resistance by drugs or walking, the metabolism becomes normal and whatever you eat gets converted into energy and you start gaining strength.

My answer is yes; now tell me your problem

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , | | Comments Off on My answer is yes; now tell me your problem

“My answer is yes; now tell me your problem”. This is the best statement that I have ever come across in my life. I recall a medical superintendent at Moolchand Hospital, who had this statement on the wall behind him. It clearly indicates that he was there to solve the problem and not to create problems.

If all service providers follow this statement, the scenario of the country can change. Our job should be to solve problems and not find mistakes. None of us is 100% truthful, honest or hardworking. Each one of us has some positive points and some negative points. Our job should be to remove our negative points and convert them into positive.

Remember, the SWOT analysis taught in marketing i.e. “Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat”. Our job should be to convert our weakness into strength and threat into opportunities.


Gaining weight losing strength versus losing weight gaining strength

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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When we gain weight, we must acquire more strength and when we lose weight, we must lose the strength. This is a fundamental principle.

If we gain weight and feel weak, it is a disease and when we lose weight and gain strength, we are recovering from the disease. One is not supposed to gain more than 5kg of weight after the age of 20 years. Any weight gain after that will only be due to accumulation of fat, which leads to insulin resistance.

Insulin resistance does not allow food to convert into energy. In the state of insulin resistance, whatever you eat is converted into fat. As it is not converted into energy so you feel weak. When you reduce insulin resistance by drugs or walking, the metabolism becomes normal and whatever you eat gets converted into energy and you start gaining strength.