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Dr. Dayananda

MSCI Yoga, Diploma in yoga

Yoga & Naturopathy Specialist, Bangalore

16 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic
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Dr. Dayananda MSCI Yoga, Diploma in yoga Yoga & Naturopathy Specialist, Bangalore
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I’m dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I’m dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Dr. Dayananda is a popular Yoga & Naturopathy Specialist in Jayanagar, Bangalore. He has helped numerous patients in his 16 years of experience as a Yoga & Naturopathy Specialist. He has completed MSCI Yoga, Diploma in yoga . You can meet Dr. Dayananda personally at REVIVE, Multi-Speciality Physical Health & Wellness Centre in Jayanagar, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Dayananda on Lybrate.com.

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MSCI Yoga - Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana - 2011
Diploma in yoga - Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana - 2002
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I am 21 years old and want to start a gym workout, before that I want to do full body check up so what would be the best body check up package from your reasonable full body check up packages?

BHMS
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I am 21 years old and want to start a gym workout, before that I want to do full body check up so what would be the b...
Some of the basic tests are - CBC, ESR, blood sugar, thyroid test, urine routine, liver profile tests, renal profile test, and urine routine test. You can also get an ECG and echo (and lipid profile) if you have any family history of cardiac problems.
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Hello Doc! So there are a lot of problems that I am facing at the moment. I’ll move ahead step by step. 1.Delayed period- I am 8 days late on my period, though I am not sexually active. 2.On and off anxiety and pain in different parts of body, eg: wrist, thighs knees and sometimes swelling in hands & feet. 3.Puffiness under eyes & face. 4.I feel tired and lethargic many times even if I have taken proper rest. My Background: I have a desk job, I do not exercise regularly. 10-15 minutes of walk is all that I do. I have normal diet, but I eat out 2-3 days every week. I sleep late at night & sometimes I have to force myself to sleep at night. I have been suggested that I may have high thyroid, for which I got my complete blood and urine test done. I am attaching my reports. Please take a look & suggest what is causing all this? Is it anything serious? Do I need to take medications or just a healthy life style could mend it. Please give me a detailed answer. Thyroid report: TT3: 1.53 TT4: 7.94 TSH: 18.65 Lipid Profile: Non HDL Cholesterol 145.3 Cholesterol/HDL Ratio 7.6 0.0 - 4.0 Calculated LDL / HDL Cholesterol Ratio 5.2 Cholesterol/HDL Ratio 7.6 0.0 - 4.0 Calculated LDL / HDL Cholesterol Ratio 5.2 Cholesterol - Total 167.2.

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Hello Doc! So there are a lot of problems that I am facing at the moment. I’ll move ahead step by step. 1.Delayed per...
assuming point no 1 is having top priority. Medicine German reckeweg natrum mur 1M, single dose (4-5 drops in mouth) morning. sbl mag phos 6x/ 6 tabs 3 times a day. buy medicine from good homoeopathic shop. food mixed fruit juice daily evening. please continue treatment.
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Hi Sir, am 23 years old I wan increase my weight In 3 month so please suggest me which protein is suitable for me. Now my weight is 55kg.

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Hi Sir, am 23 years old I wan increase my weight In 3 month so please suggest me which protein is suitable for me. No...
Only protein intake won't help. You should take a balanced diet having reasonable proportions of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
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My name is aravinda my weight is 85 kgs, hight is 5.5' inches age is 48 . At present I am over weight. How my weight is reduce. Please tell me.

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My name is aravinda my weight is 85 kgs, hight is 5.5' inches age is 48 . At present I am over weight. How my weight ...
Hello lybrate user, thanks for writing. You can take our research oriented holistic medicines for assures weight loss results. You can lose up 10 kg weight per month without sides effect, without gym, without crush dieting, with out surgery. Tips for you: 1. Have 5 to 6 servings of food per day. 2. Avoid dieting, fasting, deep fried. 3. Drink 10 glass water per day. 4. Eat plenty vegetable and fruits. If you have any questions you can contact us by lybrate.
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I am 26 year old I had cardiac problem now my t3 = 1.17 T4=8.70 TSH=9.14 sugest me what I do now?

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Plz suggest me homeopathic medicine for reducing body weight especially reducing tummy or butt fat?

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Homeopath, Vijayawada
Plz suggest me homeopathic medicine for reducing body weight especially reducing tummy or butt fat?
Hi sonal, take phytolacca berry 1x tablets (schnabel company). Three tablets three times a day before food for 6 months.
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Hello I am Sharad Singh I am 22 year old I have a problem my skin tone is medium but it's look like dark I'm very upset with this.

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Hello I am Sharad Singh I am 22 year old I have a problem my skin tone is medium but it's look like dark I'm very ups...
For fair skin: • Applying a mixture of cucumber and papaya with one teaspoon of each and with three teaspoon of oatmeal apply it for 5 to 10 minutes then rinse off with water twice a week. • Apply one teaspoon Besan with one teaspoon of curd and a pinch of haldi (turmeric) mix it with water then apply for 15 minutes then rinse off it with water Once a week.. • Apply one teaspoon orange juice or take a piece of orange open it then apply that area for 5 minutes then rinse off it once a week. • Eat More fruits daily. • Mash half banana mix it with 1/2 teaspoon of lemon juice and half teaspoon of sandalwood powder mix it well and make smooth paste apply it for 10 minutes then rinse off with water. • Save yourself from sunlight by covering your face with cloth or by using sunscreen lotion.
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I haven't been able to sleep since 2 days and I am having severe headache, tried multiple home remedies, but didn't work, what to do? Please help me!

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Dear, These are some instructions & methods for good sleep: • Frequent oil massage of head with oil relax your mind and enhances sleep. You can also do foot massage daily it destress you. * Eat food with a bowl of curd and after that off the light and go to sleep because after eating meal our brain become relax and sleep comes. • Drink a glass of milk at night daily. * Avoid the excess use of laptop and phone during night. They also cause sleeplessness. • Do not take caffeine, tea & alcohol in excess and these are stimulant,(activate) your brain result in lack of sleep. • Avoid drinking alcohol & smoking. • Do not take stress. Do meditation and long breathing pranayams to relax the mind.
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My 7 year old boy is a fussy eater so underweight, he doesn't eat daal, his weight is 19.5 KG. Please give a diet chart so he can gain weight.

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My 7 year old boy is a fussy eater so underweight, he doesn't eat daal, his weight is 19.5 KG. Please give a diet cha...
Even children who have medical, temperamental, and/or neurological barriers want to learn to eat the food their parents and other trusted adults eat, and push themselves along to do it to the extent of their abilities. Based on trust in the child’s drive to learn, grow, and master, the intervention is simple: parents learn to feed based on Satter’s Division of Responsibility (sDOR), which allows the child to master eating. While parents and helpers must be attentive to the child’s medical, developmental, and oral-motor issues, most feeding issues are the same as those of any other child. Stages in feeding look the same; they just come along more slowly. Challenges at each stage are the same; the child just works harder and longer to master them. Eating quirks are the same; it is just hard to sort out the “child” in these quirks from the “special needs.”Understanding causes will restore your trust in your child to do her part with feeding. To fully understand those causes, you and your child need to have had a full assessment, including longitudinal and developmental history and growth and, most particularly, feeding dynamics past and present. Most medical and even nutritional assessments don't address feeding dynamics and history, and it leaves a gap in understanding. Medical assessments and labs are helpful with respect to indicating whether your child has recovered from early medical maladies and/or has some other malady. Swallow tests and oral-motor evaluation are helpful for the rare child who has a significant mouth, throat or esophageal problem. Most feeding “problems” tend to be variants of normal and those that the child can work through on her own in the context of positive feeding. Some children are exquisitely sensitive to tastes and textures, have a strong gag reflex, and throw up easily. Children who are diagnosed as having sensory processing disorders (SPD), simply react negatively to certain tastes and textures and must be protected from pressured feeding so they can gradually learn to accept those tastes and textures. Some children get a late start with eating because they have medical issues and/or are fed by tube during their early lives. However, even if your child has any or all of these issues, once medical issues have stabilized, s/he can learn to eat the food you eat, provided you provide regular and unpressured opportunities to learn. That means you follow Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Feeding. You provide the food matter-of-factly again and again and eat and enjoy it yourselves, and your child joins in with family meals. Here are some typical causes of children’s food refusal: •Misinterpretation of normal growth and attempts to compensate: Children come in all sizes. A child’s height and weight are normal as long as growth is consistent, even if it plots at the extreme lower end of the growth charts or even off the charts so they have to be plotted using z scores. Trying to get a child to eat more or grow faster backfires by increasing the child’s resistance to eating and, in the long run, slowing growth. •Pressured feeding. Any sort of pressure—even subtle, indirect, manipulative pressure—makes feeding unpleasant for a child. Making feeding unpleasant for a child creates negative associations—fear, anxiety, revulsion—that interfere with the child’s ability to eat what and as much as s/he needs. Children who are pressured to eat lose their desire to learn and grow with eating, and give the impression that they will go hungry rather than eat unfamiliar foods. Extreme pressure from parents or therapists canmake a child give in and eat, but enjoyment in feeing is sacrificed for both parent and child. •Errors in feeding/misinterpretation of normal eating. At all stages, attempting to compensate for children’s normal extremes in eating behaviors can precipitate food refusal. From birth, some children don’t eat much, show little apparent interest in eating, or have atypical hunger cues. Even for the child who nurses well, the transition from semi-solid foods through the almost-toddler to the toddler period is full of pitfalls, any of which can concern parents, make them put pressure on feeding, and cause food refusal. •Stress. Chaotic or under-supportive family dynamics, often manifesting as lack of structured and supportive feeding, stresses children, and they eat less well. Children who have had negative early eating experiences associate any feeding pressure with those early experiences and eat less well under stress. Division of responsibility-based intervention. Have the right goal: your child’s developing positive eating attitudes and behaviors. S/he will relax at mealtime, enjoy being there, pick from the available food, eat or not-eat, ignore or matter-of-factly turn down food s/he doesn’t want, and ask to be excused. He should be given all homemade foods and not a diet chart based diet.
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TATTOOS: Think before you ink!

MBBS, MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bangalore
TATTOOS: Think before you ink!

There are so many reasons people get inked. For some, a tattoo is a form of expression for other, a reminder of incidents and people. Since a tattoo is permanent, it needs to be carefully thought about. Today, you may think having your girlfriend's name inked onto your skin is a way of declaring your love but what if tomorrow, you break up. Ex lovers names are probably the most common tattoos that people ask to be removed. Yes, tattoos can be removed but it isn't as easy as it sounds. 

  • What makes a tattoo permanent is the depth the ink permeates to. Unlike writing on your skin with a pen, ink in a permanent tattoo is placed in the dermis. This layer of skin lies under the epidermis and cannot be easily accessed. Thus using a cream or ointment will not help you remove a permanent tattoo. It may help bleach the pigment slightly but will scar your skin leaving the area looking worse than it was before. Using an acid to remove tattoos is also not advisable as this will scar the skin. 
  • The only way to effectively remove a tattoo without scarring is with laser treatment. The laser penetrates the skin and breaks up the ink particles. This makes the body's immune system recognize the ink as alien elements and removes them through the lymphatic system. This leaves the rest of your skin undamaged. Laser treatment to remove a tattoo is not a onetime procedure and may need to be repeated a number of times depending on the number of colours, size of tattoo and quality of ink used. 
  • A single laser cannot be used to treat all the colours in your tattoo. Lasers of different wavelengths are used to remove different colours. Thus, the more colours in a tattoo, the longer it will take to be removed. In some cases, even with laser treatment, the tattoo cannot be completely removed and a shadow may remain. Fluorescent colours are the most difficult to remove. Contrary to popular belief, black and red pigments are the easiest to remove. Laser treatment can also be used on any skin colour though it may take a few extra sessions to remove tattoos on dark skin. The location of your tattoos also plays a great role in determining how easy it will be to remove. The closer the tattoo is to your heart, the better the results. 
  • In most cases, removing a tattoo takes 5-12 laser treatment sessions. This can take from 6 to 12 months as the dermatologist will probably ask you to wait a month between sittings. Each laser treatment session is expensive and hence removing a tattoo is much more expensive than getting one.  Hence, think before you ink. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dermatologist.
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