• Mission

    Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi's, mission is to bring the PIECES of Holistic Health Care together : -

    • Promotion of "Preventive Medicine", Wellness Medicine & Metabolic Medicine to the frontline.
    • Introduction of the concept of: "Medical Antiaging", "Systemic Antiaging", "Age Management" & "Metabolic Antiaging" in India.
    • Education of the population about "Subclinical Endocrinology" & that the "Pauses of life (Menopause, Andropause and Somatopause)" are manageable.
    • Collaboration of "Modern Medicine", "Alternative Medicine", "Aesthetic Medicine" & "Antiaging Medicine” providing", a "Complete Holistic Approach to Health".
    • Embrace of the latest advances in Medicine and Biotechnology to enhance the Quality of life, Performance and Wellbeing of the mankind.
    • Serve the community as a whole, respecting individual health care needs of the society.
  • About Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi

    Dr Deepak Chaturvedi

    Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi;
    M.B.B.S.; M.D. (Medicine)

    Internal Medicine, Metabolic Medicine,
    Diabetes, Thyroid , Obesity, Antiaging & Geriatric Consultant.
    Antiaging Hormones Physician, Wellness & Lifestyle Consultant.
    Medical Motivational Speaker.
    (Key interest in : Medical Antiaging, Metabolic Medicine, Hormones Replacement, Regenerative Medicine, Wellness Medicine and the Management of Obesity, Menopause, Andropause, Somatopause, Sexual Dysfunction and Aging related issues.)


    Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi; M.D.(Medicine) has more than a decade of experience in the field of Internal Medicine, Medical Antiaging, Hormone Corrective Therapy, Metabolic Medicine, Diabetes,Thyroid, Obesity, Age Management and Life Style & Wellness Medicine with thousands of beneficiaries globally.

    He is a well-known international speaker in fields of :

    • Aging.
    • Antiaging Medicine.
    • Hormones (Growth Hormone, Thyroid, Sex Hormones, Adrenal Hormones and others).
    • Pauses of Life ( Menopause, Andropause, Somatopause)
    • Diabetes.
    • Obesity.
    • Metabolic Medicine.
    • Life Style Medicine.
    • Wellness Medicine.
    • Age Management.
    • Regenerative Medicine.
    • Corporate wellness.
    • Medical Spirituality.
    • Motivation.
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    • Awards

      • Awarded as the "Incredible Medical Expert of the Decade" by "The Pharmaleaders" on 27th December 2013 at Mumbai.
      • Awarded as "India's Most Promising Antiaging Specialist" at "India Leadership Conclave" on 18th July 2014 at Mumbai.
      • Awarded the "Achievement Award-2014" by Newspaper Association of India (NAI) on 31st October 2014 at New Delhi. Indian Medical Association.
      • Awarded as "India's Most Promising Obesity Consultant and Best Antiaging Clinic" in Pharma Leaders Award on 26th Dec 2014 at Sahara Star Hotel Mumbai.
      • Awarded by Indian Economic Development & Research Association (IEDRA) for the "Indian ??Healthcare? Excellence Award" in New Delhi on 25th July 2015.
      • Awarded as "India's Most Promising Physician Endocrinologist 2015" at "India Leadership Conclave" on 18th Sept. 2015 at Sahara Star Hotel Mumbai.
      • Awarded as "Most Promising Expert in Regenerative Medicine 2015" in Pharma Leaders Award on 30th December 2015 at Mumbai, India.
      • Awarded as the "Wellness Coach of the year" at World Coaching Congress on 15th February 2019 at Mumbai, India.
    • Publications; Training Programs Conducted and Oral Presentations

      • Authored a chapter on "Hormone Replacement Therapy" in "The Textbook of Cosmetic Dermatology".
      • Assisted Dr. Thierry Hertoghe in compiling data for his book on Antiaging.
      • More than 100 articles (including news releases) published in popular Indian Dailies (like TOI, HT, DNA etc) and magazines (including Health, B-positive, Femina, Society etc).
      • Newsletters for "Antiaging Medicine And Research (AMAR)".
      • Conducted "CME programs and Training Courses (260 hours duration) in Antiaging Medicine" along with Indian Medical Association, Mumbai (w) and trained more than 50 doctors in the field of Antiaging Medicine in the year 2015-16. This was first of its kind program in India.
      • Regularly involved in designing and conducting Teaching and Training programmes in Antiaging Medicine under "Antiaging Medicine And Research (AMAR)". More than 1000 Doctors have attended these programs.
      • The glimpses of the lectures are available for the Doctors and general population on You Tube: "The Antiaging Hormones Expert".
      • Delivered more than 200 lectures/presentations in various National/International Antiaging Conferences and Medical Colleges and CMEs since 2008-09.
      • Founded the conference program under the name "INDOMEDICON". This is first of its kind Antiaging Conference program in India. Successfully conducted 8 Annual Antiaging Conferences (INDOMEDICON) since 2009.
      • Conducted various Motivational Programs.
  • Dr. Deepak's Key areas of functioning

    • Internal Medicine
    • Antiaging Medicine
    • Hormones Correction (Replacement)
    • Metabolic Medicine
    • Obesity
    • Diabetes Mellitus
    • Metabolic Syndrome
    • Thyroid
    • Menopause
    • Andropause (Testosterone Replacement)
    • Somatopause (Growth Hormone)
    • Stress Management
    • Life Style Medicine
    • Wellness Medicine
    • Motivational Speaking
    • Corporate Wellness
    • Medical Spirituality
    • Age Management
    • Geriatrics
    • Sexual Dysfunction
    • Adult Immunization
    • Regenerative Medicine
    • Awareness programs for Obesity Management & overall fitness.
    • Awareness programs for Stress Management.
    • Awareness programs to explain about myths and facts of "Hormones Replacement"
    • Awareness programs to explain about myths and facts of "Stem Cell Therapy"
    • Second Opinion on ongoing treatments.
  • Antiaging & Life Style Medicine

    • Aging is no more limited to the "Calendar Age"
    • Functional Aging arriving before chronological aging secondary to:
    • 1. Stress, Social Jet Lag, Lack of Sleep

      2. Lack of Exercise, Decreased Physical Activity

      3. Obesity, Malnutrition, Diabetes

      4. Hormonal imbalances, Mood disorders

      5. Pollution, Intoxication

    • Accumulation of complications of Living Long (Burden of LONGEVITY) : Non Communicable Diseases, Degenerative diseases, Physical & Mental decline , Frailty.

    With the advancement of modern medicine and technology the life expectancy of individuals are increasing (increasing the "old olds").

    On the other end, due to variousfactors, people are showing early signs of aging affecting the daily living and productivity adversely (increasing the "old young").

    The "Social Jet Lag" (working against the circadian rhythm) has compounded the adverse aging issues by altering the "Endocrine and Nutritional homeostasis".

    The non-communicable diseases like Obesity, Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases are on rise.

    Antiaging Medicine was initially focusing on longevity, but now the spectrum is widening towards "Reversing Aging" by combination of various modalities of conventional, interventional and life style medicine.

    "Wellness" is a privilege in today's world. Where "Health" is a birth right to everybody, "Wellness" needs to be acquired.

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  • Hormones

    The word Hormone is derived from Greek word horman, meaning "to set in motion". Hormones are chemicals produced by certain, specialized cells in your glands. The hormones then travel to other cells, in order to regulate or manage processes there. Hormones are produced by particular organs, but affect different organs. Hormones regulate all body systems, internally and externally, physically and mentally. Their decline results in Aging or decay of the body and mind.

    Hormone imbalances are no more issues of elderly. In today's world the stressors of daily life bring the hormone imbalances in young age and hence cause aging prematurely.

    Previously it was thought that hormones decline with aging but now it is a well known fact that we age because our hormones decline. Hormone imbalances are almost always ignored when dealing with the issues of day to day life.

    Today, almost everyone talks about STRESS. But we know that stress is inevitable. It is a spice of life.

    • Stress can be thought of as the "spice of life", the spark that animates and primes us for each day.
    • The difference between stress we can handle, and the stress that gets out of hand, stress Vs. Distress, is the difference between Adrenal balance and Imbalance. The latter occurs when multi-pressures of modern life call the adrenal glands to action too often. The struggle to keep with high demand for cortisol eventually lead to adrenal fatigue.

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  • Pauses of Life

  • Thyroid

    If two or more of these problems are persistent over time, it is advised that you check your thyroid function for Hypothyroidism

    • Fatigue
    • Cold Body Temperature
    • Cold hands/Feet
    • Decreased Appetite but Weight gain
    • Memory loss
    • High Cholesterol
    • Mood Changes
    • Puffy eyes
    • Puffy face
    • Sleep problems
    • Depression
    • High diastolic Blood pressure
    • Decreased Sweating
    • Hair loss
    • Dry/Brittle hairs
    • Dry skin
    • Brittle nails
    • Aches/Pains
    • Low libido
    • Impotence
    • Infertility
    • Bone loss
    • Slow pulse rate
    • Excessive sleepiness
    • Menstrual irregularities
    • Nervousness
    • Less mental sharpness
    • Hoarseness
    • Irritable
    • Myalgia
  • Diabetes

    Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic progressive spectrum of diseases which involved almost every organ of the body. It's one of the most common causes of premature aging.

    In a natural course of the uncontrolled Diabetes the organs like Kidneys (Nephropathy/ Chronic Kidney Disease), Eyes ( Retinopathy/ Early Cataract) , Nervous system (Neuropathy) , Cardiovascular system ( Coronary Artery Disease, Ischemic Heart Disease, Cardiomyopathy), Skin ( Acanthosis, pigmentation) , Nails ( fungal infections), Gastro-intestinal system (Gastroparesis, Altered bowel) , Sexual health (Erectile dysfunction , low libido, anorgasmia) and almost all other organs are involved.

    The current trends of managing Diabetes focuses on tight blood sugar control by medications, life style modification, exercise, dietary modification, sleep management and stress reduction.

    Now we have started to look in the other potential hormonal and metabolic implications of Diabetes and started focusing on fixing them.

    Once diagnosed with Diabetes one should not leave hope. The current medical world is working very hard to give array of hope to people living with diabetes.

  • What is Obesity?


    Weight loss is not just to fit in your clothes... Weight loss is just not to weigh light on scale... It's much more than that... It's all about your health.

    A scientific fact

    Death rate is 25% higher if a person is 25% overweight and 50% higher if the person is 40% overweight.

    Obesity has reached epidemic proportions in India in the 21st century, with morbid obesity affecting 5% of the country's population. India is following a trend of other developing countries that are steadily becoming more obese.

    OBESITY is defined as a state of excess accumulation of body fat. It can result from increased energy intake, decreased energy expenditure or a combination of both.

    Although often viewed as equivalent to increased body weight, this need not be the case - lean but very muscular individual may be overweight by arbitrary standards without having increased adiposity. Obesity itself can be considered as disease as well as underlying cause of many diseases.

  • Obesity : Myths & Facts

    • Myth 1 : Obesity is merely a lifestyle disorder
      Fact 1 : Obesity has now been classified as Disease itself with multifactorial etiology. Being a disease, Obesity needs to be managed medically under supervision.
    • Myth 2 : Obesity always means low thyroid. Taking thyroid medicines will treat Obesity.
      Fact 2 : Not all obesity is due to hypothyroidism. Also, only hypothyroidism cannot be labeled as the sole cause of Obesity in any individual. Taking unsupervised and inadvertent thyroid supplementation may lead to detrimental health effects. Obesity indeed has underlying endocrine (hormonal) issues as the cause and complications effect. The assessment should not restrict to thyroid only.
    • Myth 3 : Snoring is normal. It means sound sleep.
      Fact 3 : Snoring is not normal. It denotes the presence of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Obesity and OSA go hand in hand. Your daytime lethargy, motivation, and sexual dysfunction may be the consequence of OSA. Your inability to lose weight and manage obesity may be because of underlying OSA. Get your sleep studies done & manage your OSA. This may prove to be the first big step towards Obesity management.
    • Myth 4 : I can treat Obesity only by exercise.
      Fact 4 : Losing weight and managing Obesity are two different entities. Exercise is a good habit to acquire irrespective of the weight. It gives fitness and helps to manage weight. The management of Obesity and its complications need a multimodal approach (including medical management, dietetics, exercise, sleep management, and lifestyle management).
    • Myth 5 : The fancy over the counter alternative (herbal) medicines, Ayurveda massage, and well-marketed pieces of equipment can treat my Obesity.
      Fact 5 : Obesity is a multifactorial disease. It's a modern epidemic. It needs a multimodal and serious approach to management.
    • Myth 6 : Fat burners can solve all my problems with Obesity.
      Fact 6 : There is nothing like fat burners. These products by increasing sympathetic overactivity can lead to serious cardiac side effects (including death).

    To manage your Obesity under the supervision of Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi, book your appointment today. Call or Whatsapp +91 - 9987002515

  • Medically Supervised Weight Loss

    10 Reasons to lose weight (under medical supervision)

    Sustained 10 kg reduction of weight in overweight - Antiaging Benefits

    • Control of Blood Pressure (by 10/20 mm Hg)
    • 30% increase in exercise tolerance. (So, more exercise, more weight loss)
    • 30% decrease in Diabetes related complications and deaths. 50 % decrease in the risk of developing Diabetes.
    • 50% reduction in Obesity related cancer deaths.
    • 10% increase in HDL Cholesterol (good Cholesterol)
    • 10% reduction in LDL Cholesterol (bad Cholesterol)
    • 20% reduction in Triglycerides.
    • Significant reduction in expenses in health related complications.
    • Internal and External rejuvenation.
    • Fit in your favorite clothes. Look SMART and feel CONFIDENT.
  • HCG Weight Loss Protocol

    HCG diet works on a hypothesis that, in a situation of calorie deficit HCG Diet primes the hypothalamus to signal the mobilization of body fat stores and hence use the stored fat as primary fuel for energy. In this way it may help in attaining the weight loss in overweight individuals.

    Although there are studies to demonstrate significant weight loss and thousands of case reports regarding weight loss, body contouring and HCG Diet, the FDA's position is that is must still be evaluated for weight loss. From our observations, there is no doubt in our minds that the HCG Diet helps people lose weight through a very low calorie diet, and allows them to feel good, have energy, and decrease their appetite while they do it. This scenario, versus a scenario of a VLCD without HCG Diet that results in conservation mode, is the basis for advocating this diet protocol. The results of HCG Diet protocol may vary. The expected weight loss obtained with a compliant HCG Diet protocol would be 2.5 to 5 lbs/week or 1-2 Kg / week .

    Obesity is a complex phenomenon. No single treatment should be claimed as the single best solution/treatment of obesity. HCG Diet protocol is not an alternative to conventional medical or surgical management of Obesity. It can work as a complimentary to the conventional management. Kindly keep in mind that HCG Diet protocol is not a miracle to eliminate the Obesity epidemic. It’s an attempt which in conjunction with the conventional Obesity management and Life Style modification can modify the outcome.

  • Keto Diet

    • The form of the dietary protocol where the key component of the diet is "The Fat".
    • There are negligible Carbohydrates in this form of Diet (less than 10 - 20 grams per day)
    • This diet is in vogue for more than a century for "Epilepsy Patients".
    • Glucose is considered to be "Excitatory" to Brain and Ketones are considered to have calming effects.
    • In Epilepsy patients, it's "Normal Calories Keto Diet" which is practiced because weight loss is not the primary target of Keto Diet in them.
    • For weight loss, we need to follow the "Calorie restricted Keto Diet".
    • In the absence of exogenous carbohydrates, some glucose comes from the "Glycerol" component of the "Triglycerides" and the remaining energy comes from the fatty acid oxidation which provides " Ketones".
    • A healthy Liver and functioning Hormonal system are prudent to get the healthy results of the Keto Diet.
    • This is very important to note that the Liver is the primary site of "Fatty Acid Oxidation".
    • Functional Growth Hormone in presence of Catecholamines and functioning Thyroid hormones are essential for lipolysis (Fat Breakdown).
    • Like any other restricted dietary protocol, the "Keto Diet" should always be followed under the strict supervision of a Doctor to avoid Biochemical and Clinical Complications.

    To understand more about "The Keto Diet", book your appointment with Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi today.

  • Ketogenic Diet

    • Any form of "Calorie Restricted Diet" finally converts to "Ketogenic".
    • Carbohydrate restriction is the key to "Ketogenicity"
    • In the situation of "Calorie restriction with Carbohydrate restriction", your body enters the phase of " Lipolysis (Fat Breakdown)".
    • The Fat breakdown releases "Glycerol" and "Fatty Acids".
    • The Glycerol becomes the endogenous source of Glucose.
    • The Fatty Acids oxidize to give "Ketones".
    • The Glucose (from Glycerol) and Ketones become the course of energy.
    • The fat broken thus becomes the source of energy (through lipolysis).
    • A healthy Liver and functioning Hormonal system are prudent to get the healthy results of the Ketogenic Diet.
    • This is very important to note that the Liver is the primary site of "Fatty Acid Oxidation".
    • Functional Growth Hormone in presence of Catecholamines and functioning Thyroid hormones are essential for lipolysis (Fat Breakdown).
    • Ketogenic Diet should always be followed under the strict supervision of your doctor to avoid Biochemical and Clinical Complications.

    To understand more about "The Ketogenic Diet", book your appointment with Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi today.

  • Hormone Diet

    • "Hormones", the secretions of Endocrine glands of the body play key roles in balancing and modulating almost all the functions of the body and in maintains the homeostatic wellbeing.
    • Hormones are one of the four key mediators of Wellness (along with Neurotransmitters, Anti-inflammation and Anti-oxidants).
    • Hormones do play an important role in the maintenance of the "Neurotransmitters system and Circadian rhythms" of the body.
    • Hormones are synthesized in the endocrine glands (the ductless glands).
    • The synthesis of the hormones needs "Raw Material", which is provided by the food we consume.
    • The same food component which is considered to be risky for the heart is needed for the synthesis of the Sex Steroids and the Cortisol. This food component is "the saturated fat".
    • Practice like "Calorie Restriction" is important for wellbeing and longevity. But the same "Calorie Restriction" can lead to the suppression of hormones like Thyroid and Sex Steroids. This leads to an impaired quality of life.
    • Similarly, various hormone deficiencies need a set of nutritional replacement for the best corrective outcome.
    • For example, we need Iodine and Selenium for the smooth functioning of the Thyroid gland (and hormones). We need Chromium for the adequate functioning of Insulin. Well balanced Iron, B12, Folic Acid, B6 is required for almost all the endocrine system smooth functioning.
    • Considering the above facts, it's very important that any sort of dietary restriction or other protocols for weight management or wellness should be done under the supervision of your doctor to avoid "the hormone deficiencies of Calorie restriction".

    To know more about "Hormone Diet", schedule your appointment with Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi. Call or Whatsapp +91 - 9987002515

  • The Neuro Diet

    • Neurotransmitters are one of the four key mediators of Wellness (along with Hormones, Anti-inflammation, and Anti-oxidants).
    • "Neurotransmitters" are the chemicals produced by the body which mediate the functions of the Central and Peripheral Nervous system. This includes Mood, Memory, Concentration, Sleep and other functions.
    • Neurotransmitters do play an important role in the maintenance of the "Hormones system (Endocrine system) and Circadian rhythms" of the body.
    • Our environment, experiences and past/present events do influence our Neurotransmitters.
    • The Neurotransmitters are synthesized from the raw material provided by the food we eat.
    • Serotonin is synthesized from the amino acid "Tryptophan".
    • Dopamine is synthesized from the amino acids "Tyrosine" and "Phenylalanine".
    • The widely practiced "Calorie Restriction" can lead to the deficiency of the precursors of the Neurotransmitters. This can lead to deficiencies of the Neurotransmitters.
    • The deficiencies of the Neurotransmitters can lead to disorders of Mood, Memory, Cognition, Sleep, Hormones and other systems of the body.
    • Considering the above facts, every dietary protocol for any indication should be done under the strict supervision of your doctor to avoid complications.

    To know more about the "Neurodiet", book an appointment with Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi.

  • Views on Diet

    • No fixed rules about eating behavior.
    • Living long (longevity), Living healthy (wellness), Improved quality of life index (Antiaging) and living comfortably with one or more disability and disease are different entities.
    • Every condition mentioned in point no.2 needs different dietary framework.
    • Affordability and availability are other issues in practical life.
    • Religious and cultural factors affect human eating behavior very much.
  • Metabolic Syndrome

    The Metabolic Syndrome (SyndromeX/Insulin Resistance Syndrome) consists of a constellation of metabolic abnormalities that confer increased risk of cardiovascular disease and Diabetes Mellitus.

    The major features of Metabolic Syndrome include
    • Central Obesity.
    • High Triglycerides.
    • Low HDL (Good Cholesterol).
    • High Blood Sugar.
    • High Blood Pressure.

    Increased waist circumference is the most important and independent determinant of Metabolic Syndrome.

    For South Asian population waist circumference ≥ 90 cm in men and ≥ 80 cm in women is a risk factor.

    Two or more symptoms may indicate insulin resistance (associated with diabetes and obesity)
    • Food/sugar craving
    • High blood pressure
    • Low blood sugar
    • Weight gain in your waist
    • Increased urge to urinate
    • High cholesterol
    • Trouble sleeping
    • Elevated triglycerides
    • Numbness in hands/feet
  • Adult Immunization

    Adult Immunization

    A medical truth that is often ignored

    "Immunization is very important not only for children and adolescents but also for youth, adults and the elderly"

    "Timely vaccination in adults can avoid fatal diseases (especially infections and some cancers)".

    Few examples

    • Hepatitis B vaccination can prevent Hepatitis B infection and reduce the likelihood of liver cirrhosis and liver cancer.
    • Timely HPV vaccination can reduce the chances of cervical cancer in women. Also women in their child bearing age should have their MMR vaccination profile complete.
    • Diabetes, Asthma and Heart patients should receive pneumococcal vaccine on time.
    • In the old age, flu and Shingles vaccination is essential.
    • Students going overseas for studies need complete vaccination.

    All of us need to get vaccinated at every stage of our life. It's your right to know about your health and about "Adult Immunization". You are requested (and welcome) to meet "Dr. Asmita D Chaturvedi (M.B.B.S.; M.D. Medicine)" to know about "Adult Immunization" in depth.

    As a part of the Social responsibility you will not be charged any consultation fee for the first consult.

    Please remember "Prevention is better than cure".

    To schedule an appointment with Dr. Asmita D Chaturvedi, please call

    +91 97699 12219

    Richa : +91 93204 66310‬

    Amaaya clinic : +91 22-61669977‬

  • Know about Stem Cells

    Few recommendations to remember before going for stem cells based therapies

    • Stem cells based therapies have the potential to be a great futuristic medicine.
    • The effects of Stem Cells based therapies are yet to be proven.
    • Go autologous first.
    • Don't pay very hefty amounts for the same.
    • Don't expect miracles but stay optimistic.
    • Evaluate yourself thoroughly before going ahead with it.
    • Don't fall prey to tall claims made by the therapy providers.
    • Don't leave your ongoing treatment (medicines etc) without consulting your doctor.
    • Everything has a potential to give unwanted effects or to get fail. Please stay prepared for the same.
  • Stress Management

    • Acute Short Term Stresses are needed to make you more powerful and resilient.
    • Continuous Chronic Stresses make you weak and ill.
    • Your "Reaction to a Stressor" is more important in deciding the "impact of Stressor" on your wellbeing.
    • The "Neuroendocrine (Brain and Hormones) system" gets affected with the continuously ongoing stresses. This brings diseases in you.
    • Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi has designed a concept of "Medical Spirituality" in which he explains the "Relationship between Stress, hormones, neurotransmitters and human behavior as a multidirectional model".
    • To manage stress, you should know the following :
      1. What is Stress?
      2. What is Distress?
      3. What is your reaction to the Stressors?
      4. What changes can Stress bring in your physical and mental health?
      5. Is your Stressor modifiable or non-modifiable?
      6. How to alter your reactions to the stressors?
    • To Discuss about your STRESS, and to understand the scientific basis of Stress, Book your appointment with Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi Today.

  • Motivational Speaking

    • A well balance Neuroendocrine system is the key to Motivation.
    • With his well articulated manner, Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi connects the dots and fills the gaps so as to explain the basics of any problem along with a the logical and scientific solutions.
    • The purpose of "Motivational Speaking" is to motivate people towards "Healthy Approach to Healthy and Happy Life".
    • Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi has designed a concept of "Medical Spirituality" in which he explains the "Relationship between Stress, hormones, neurotransmitters and human behavior as a multidirectional model".
    • Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi’s explanation on how human behavior influences neuro-endocrine system and vice versa has benefitted thousands of people in terms of their health and performance.
    • To Book Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi’s talk for your group, Contact @ +91 99205 12235

  • Corporate Wellness

    Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi strongly believes that :

    • Health is not restricted simply to the absence of Disease.
    • Health and Wellness have merged together in a "State Of Positive Balance Between Physical, Mental, Spiritual and Autonomic Well-being".
    • Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi’s knowledge on "STRESS, HORMONES and SPIRITUALITY" is commendable.
    • Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi has designed a concept of "Medical Spirituality" in which he explains the "Relationship between Stress, hormones, neurotransmitters and human behavior as a multidirectional model".
    • The importance of this relationship holds potential importance in making decisions related to Social, Interpersonal and Financial issues.

    To Book Dr. Deepak Anjana V. Chaturvedi’s for your group, Contact @ +91 99205 12235

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