Healthy Habits and Self Care
Shehzad Jooma moderates a discussion with Amynah Pradhan, Ph.D., and Hussein Rashid, Ph.D., as they provide insights into substance abuse and addiction through the lens of neuroscience and faith. Presented by AKSWB USA.
Are you an expecting or new parent? WAP’s series of virtual workshops will help you prepare for the arrival of your newborn. This session covers maternal mental health awareness. After this session, participants (mothers, partners, and families) will • Recognize signs of maternity-related mental illness • Be aware of the support services that are available • Connect with one another and our institutions for support
A healthy living presentation at North London JK. Dr. Shairoz Merchant, Consultant Oncologist talks about cancer. Dr. Zarrin Shaikh, Consultant Cardiologist talks about using lifestyle medicine to prevent heart disease, and Dr. Mahesh Shah, GP and Naturopath talks about reversing disease using diet. (AKHB)
Akbar Dhala, Chairman of the Aga Khan Health Board, and Dr. Asif Bachlani, Consultant Psychologist discuss how our mental health matters more than ever during this time of uncertainty and change. First aired in April 2020.
Presented by AKHB UK, this session of the Future of Healthcare Conference focuses on the future of Cancer care with Dr. Shairoz Merchant.
Ayesha Somji talks about how we can deal with stress and anxiety whilst in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Breathing for Health & Vitality. Your lungs are the key organs that are weakened by Coronavirus. Now is the time to explore their full capacity so that you can feel empowered to overcome any strain you might endure. Enjoy breathing techniques designed to achieve greater states of health and vitality.
Tai Chi Calm heart is offered as a gentle breath and energy awareness practice with the intention to bring a greater sense of inner calm, relax your body and clear your mind during the stresses of our current times.
The Aga Khan Health Board for the UK has put together a special guided visualization for students who may be stressed about courses and exams and struggling to adjust to new routines.
Laughter Yoga is a modern exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. When you start laughing, your chemistry changes, your physiology changes, your chances to experience happiness are much greater. Join us and prepare your body and mind for happiness.
Let's talk emotions with Shelina Ladha is filled with guidance for parents who want to look after their family's wellbeing during this time.
Mindfulness is for everyone and has been proven to help with stress, anxiety, and depression. This session is dedicated to parents and everyone who has had children home from school due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. It has been a stressful time so the Aga Khan Health Board for the UK has developed this video to offer you a way to relax.
Mindfulness practice is for everyone and has been proven to help with stress, anxiety, and depression as well as everyday wellness. This session is dedicated to all members of the Jamat who are key workers. All of you heroes that put other people's needs before your own, self-care is extremely important! You cannot pour with an empty cup. As it is a stressful time the Aga Khan Health Board for the UK has developed this video to give you all some much-needed relaxation.
Finding our new normal with Femida Hirji is an opportunity for parents to consider how to structure the days and weeks ahead to enable all our needs to be met as families.
Taking a deeper dive into the understanding of mental health, physical health, and spiritual health and how are they related by Kamaluddin Ali Mohammad.
Mindfulness helps us to push the pause button, slow things down, and truly savor the moment. Mindful eating can help us to really enjoy our food and appreciate it. This practice can also be extended to other activities such as walking, appreciating nature, and even washing dishes! Presented by AKHB UK.
AKHB UK: Mindful Moments Mindful Eating Mental Health Matters - Gujarati.
Join a Loving Kindness exercise to help you get in touch with love. Love for yourself, your family, and those around you. This exercise will put a smile on your face.
During this COVID outbreak, being in an older age demographic and having chronic health conditions are criteria for “high-risk” vulnerability to the virus. This can compound the stress many older adults already feel during this age. Dr. Habiba Thawar walks us through ways to live in times of covid and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for the elderly. This is an interesting session for the elderly and the families.
In this episode of Saibaan, a place of refuge, the discussion starts with a review, highlighting the ways to expose triggers and identifying imbalances. Once the imbalance is identified, the expert identifies ways to overcome the crisis. In the end, we learn this life is a process of creating a balance and a constant struggle to keep up harmony.
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospitalizations among older adults in Canada. Join Alwaeza Dr. Ashnoor Nagji, a family physician, and Neemira Abdulla, a physiotherapist, in a discussion moderated by occupational therapist Aliya Satani. They will share information and preventative measures to keep you and your loved ones safe from falls. This will include a simple balance and strengthening exercises.
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