Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. This privacy statement provides information about the personal information that HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd collects, and the ways in which HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. uses that personal information

Personal information collection
HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. may collect and use the following kinds of personal information:
  • information about your use of this website (including [Helping you in your lifestyle disorder, guiding you to the right consultant and to help you better you
  • information that you provide using for the purpose of registering with the website (including [Name, Email address, Telephone number, referral contact and city
  • any other information that you send to HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd.

Using personal information
HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. may use your personal information to:
  • Administer this website
  • Personalize the website for you
  • Enable your access to and use of the website services
  • Publish information about you on the website
  • Supply to you services that you purchase
  • Send to you statements and invoices
  • Send you marketing communications

Where HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. discloses your personal information to its agents or sub-contractors for these purposes, the agent or sub-contractor in question will be obligated to use that personal information in accordance with the terms of this privacy statement.

In addition to the disclosures reasonably necessary for the purposes identified elsewhere above, HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. may disclose your personal information to the extent that it is required to do so by law, in connection with any legal proceedings or prospective legal proceedings, and in order to establish, exercise or defend its legal rights.

Securing your data
HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. will take reasonable technical and organisational precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal information.
HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. will store all the personal information you provide [on its secure servers.
Information relating to electronic transactions entered into via this website will be protected by encryption technology.

Cross-border data transfers
Information that HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. collects may be stored and processed in and transferred between any of the countries in which HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. operates to enable the use of the information in accordance with this privacy policy.

In addition, personal information that you submit for publication on the website will be published on the internet and may be available around the world.

You agree to such cross-border transfers of personal information.

Updating this statement
HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. may update this privacy policy by posting a new version on this website.
You should check this page occasionally to ensure you are familiar with any changes.

Other websites
This website contains links to other websites.
HealthWorks Pvt. not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of any third party.

Contact HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd.
If you have any questions about this privacy policy or HealthWorks Pvt. Ltd. treatment of your personal information, please write:
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The human body functions amazingly well, There are built-in mechanisms that control the acidity of the stomach and various fluids. Another mechanism controls blood pressure, and another regulates the amount of glucose allowed in the blood stream, regardless of the food eaten. Other mechanisms ensure that enough calcium is present in the blood to participate in nerve transmission and heart beat regulation. When these mechanisms begin to malfunction, whether from age, disorder, injury, or poor diet and other lifestyle factors, we see high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and diabetes.

While many people understand the connection between nutrition and a physical disorder state, fewer people are aware of the connection between nutrition and depression. Depression is more typically thought of as strictly emotional or biochemical. Nutrition, however, can play a key role, both in the onset, severity, and duration of depression, including daily mood swings. Patterns may include skipping meals, poor appetite, and a desire for sweets. People who follow extremely low carbohydrate diets also run the risk of feeling depressed or blue, because the brain chemicals that promote a feeling of well-being, tryptophan and serotonin, are triggered by carbohydrate rich foods. Anti-depressant drugs like Prozac also target serotonin production.

How and which carbohydrates affect mood and depression is not very clear. And, some people tend to be more sensitive to the quality and quantity of carbohydrates eaten. Refined carbohydrates, primarily sugar and sugary foods, tend to provide immediate, but temporary relief. Once the benefit is gone, you may go looking for more foods to bring up your mood and energy level. Complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains, cereals, breads, pastas, and fruits and vegetables, are more likely to supply a moderate, but lasting effect on brain chemistry, mood, and energy level.

Depression is also linked to a lack of certain vitamins, especially the B vitamins which are used in nervous system function; many persons do not get enough in their diets. A less than adequate intake may produce subtle changes in mood, even before a deficiency could develop. B6 also plays a role in the brain chemical production of serotonin. People who are depressed have low levels of B6 and serotonin. Certain drugs, such as hormone replacement therapy, oral contraceptives, and anti-tuberculous medication can interfere with the body's use of B6 creating a borderline deficiency.

Other B vitamins also participate in mental health. Folic acid deficiency can cause personality change and depression. Vitamin B12, at just marginally low levels can contribute to depression and memory problems. Folic acid not easily destroyed by cooking, but is most abundant in leafy green vegetables- an often under consumed food group. As we age, vitamin B12 may not be absorbed as readily, even if the recommended daily requirement is met through the diet. Minerals that play a role in the development or prevention of depression, irritability, and mood swings include calcium, iron, magnesium, selenium, and zinc.

Food plays a key role in maintaining mental health. Foods to eliminate or eat in moderation include sugar and sugary foods, and caffeine. Get into the habit of eating at least three times a day, including breakfast, replace sweets with fruit and whole grain carbohydrates, eat lean sources of protein several times a day, and drink plenty of water. Focus on a well-balanced diet, including plenty of leafy greens for folic acid, and bananas, avocado, chicken, greens, and whole grains for B6.

How vitamins and minerals affect your moods

Discovery to relate mental illness to diet occurred, when it was found that pellagra (with its depression, diarrhea, and dementia) could be cured with niacin after that it was shown that supplementation with the whole B complex produced greater benefits than niacin alone. Evidence of biochemical causes for mental disturbances continue to mount .Experiments have shown that symptoms of mental illness can be switched off and on by alerting the vitamin levels in the body.

Even normal, happy people can become depressed when made deficient in Niacin or Folic acid.

British Journal of Psychiatry found that forty eight out of fifty nine psychiatric patients had folic-acid deficiencies. Other research has shown that the majority of the mentally and emotionally ill are deficient in one or more of the complex vitamins or vitamin C .And even normal people have been found to become depressed and experience other symptoms of emotional disturbance when made niacin or folic-acid deficient

Nutrients that combat depression, anxiety and stress

  • Vitamin B 1 - Above-average amounts can help alleviate depression and anxiety attacks.
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - Aids in the proper production of natural anti-depressants such as dopamine and norepinephrine
  • Pantothenic acid - A natural tension-reliever
  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - Essential for combating stress
  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) - Helps relieve irritability, improve concentration, increase energy, and maintain a healthy nervous system
  • Choline - Send nerve impulses to brain and produces a soothing effect
  • Vitamin E (dry form) - Aids brain cells in getting needed oxygen (alpha-tocopherol)
  • Folic acid (folacin) -Deficiencies have been found to be contributing factors in mental illness
  • Zinc -Promotes mental alertness and aids in proper brain function
  • Magnesium - The anti-stress mineral, necessary for proper nerve functioning
  • Manganese - Helps reduce nervous irritability
  • Niacin -Vital to the proper function of the nervous system
  • Calcium - Alleviates tension, irritability, and promotes relaxation
  • Tyrosine - Helps increase the rate at which brain neurons produce the anti-depressant dopamine and nor-epinephrine
  • Tryptophan -Works with vitamin B6, niacin, and magnesium to synthesize the brain chemical serotonin, a natural tranquilizer
  • Phenylalanine - Necessary for the brain's release of the Anti-depressants, dopamine and nor-epinephrine.

B complex,Omega-3, Vitamin C , Ginseng ,& a good quality multivitamin including protein with essential amino acids can reverse the process.

The following products are recommended for bringing order to the Lifestyle Disorders.

Supplements for Depression

  • Multivitamin
  • Gluta-C
  • Omega-3
  • Primrose Omega
  • Ginseng
  • Calzim-D
  • Iron Folic
  • Protein Powder
Dosage recommendation can be sought from our specialist at My HealthWorks Clinics/ Telephonically.

Yoga positions for yoga

  • Urdhva Hastasana
  • Adho Mukha Vrikshasana
  • Adho Mukha Shvanasana
  • Viparita Dandasana
  • Sarvangasana
  • Setubandha Sarvangasana