Brain Health Matters

Psychological wellbeing alongside physical wellbeing plays an important role in living healthy longer life. Practicing Mindfulness is one of the most effective way of improving brain health along with emotional and cognitive health and overall wellbeing. Emerging scientific evidence supports widely experienced benefits of mindfulness and scientists agree meditation is the no. 1 brain changer. 









  • Stress management and positive mental health have been identified as important lifestyle modifications leading to healthy longer lives.
  • Whilst a little bit of stress can be a good thing, constant high levels of stress and anxiety can have a negative impact on your health and wellbeing in the long run.
  • Our bodies can stay in a state of heightened alert long after the ‘fight or flight’ response, encountered during a stressful situation, releasing harmful chemicals and hormones.
  • The long term activation of the stress response is interlinked to poor health.
  • The physical manifestations of chronic stress are quite alarming. They include low mood, irritability, sleep deprivation, lack of focus, poor memory, raised blood pressure and a lowered immune response, just to name a few.
  • By practicing mindfulness, you can learn to better manage stress, anxiety and depression.
  • You learn to anchor yourself in the present moment, rather than constantly living in the past or worrying about the future.

8 thoughts on “Brain Health Matters

  1. I found the individual and group sessions very helpful and relaxing.
    I suffer from severe chronic pain
    but when doing some of the individual sessions myself particularly when trying to get sleep was the most beneficial.
    It is important to do regularly to
    gain the best outcome.


  2. Thank you for your kind comments. I am glad you were benefited from practicing mindfulness and found the sessions helpful. The benefits of practicing Mindfulness include reducing the intensity of chronic pain and sleep improvement which in turn help cope better with stress and anxiety caused by pain.


  3. Suchita is very knowledgable and passionate about mindfulness and that really comes across during the sessions. I can totally see the value of mindfulness now and am determined to continue using it in my every day life. Thank you

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  4. Thank you for attending the Mindfulness stress reduction programme and your kind comments. Much appreciated. I am passionate about promoting mindfulness. The benefits are scientifically proven and practices help cope better with stressors of day to day life.


  5. Thank you for your talk on the neuroplasticity at our Wellbeingmind Mindfulness Retreat at Hazlewood Castle on Sunday, your session was interesting and informative and was really well received by all of our clients. You speak with such passion and you are clearly very knowledgeable on the subject of Mindfulness, this is the third time you have been a guest speaker at our retreats and we will most certainly be delighted to work with you again in the future.

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  6. I had the pleasure of attending Dr. Suchita Karthik’s mindfulness workshop; Overcoming negative thoughts & counterproductive habits, While visiting Leeds, UK, in May 2019. This is been an eye-opener and rejuvenating experience.
    It has helped me to calm my inner self in stressful work & family situations.
    It gave me an insight into mindfulness, which allowed me to educate my patients in my primary care clinic in the USA. I highly recommend this workshop for anyone looking to achieve inner calmness and control the mind’s non-stop chatter!!
    Thank you for your easy to understand workshop!!!!

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