STRESS & MEDICINE: AN INTERVIEW WITH DR RACHITA REDDY

Dr Rachita Reddy

"You can't tell each person to do the same thing -

it doesn't always work with them."

- Dr RACHITA REDDY

Hello beautiful goddess

I'm very excited to be sharing this interview with you today - the first in a 3 part series of seriously inspirational women I met on my recent trip to the US. 

Dr. Rachita Reddy is a Nephrologist and Internist, who specializes in kidney, metabolic and electrolyte imbalance. Her true passion, however, is high blood pressure management and weight loss strategies. Dr. Reddy’s patients lose on average 10 kilos and reverse their high blood pressure with her customized plans that target nutrition, stress, hydration, fitness, sleep and more. Her true fulfillment comes from seeing patients get healthier (rather than simply keeping them from getting worse). Her mission is to share her message and expertise globally - rather than just for those that walk into her office.

I met Rachita when I was in New York, and fell in love with her positive attitude and passion for health and wellbeing. We connected over our concern that women need to take better care of themselves. It is so necessary, deserved, and commonly overlooked in the daily routine of female professionals, mums, wives, girlfriends and all the other roles that women fulfil on a daily basis.

Today’s chat promises to be a juicy one, as we explore health and wellness, and stress in daily life from a medical perspective. We discuss:

+ How Rachita manages to juggle being a successful doctor, mother, wife and also stays fit, healthy and balanced

+ Tailoring stress management therapy to each individual, rather than a 'one size fits all' approach

+ Tips that you can implement and tailor to your own life, with consistency being the key

+ Dr Rachita's daily routines that help her to practice what she preaches

To find out more about this trailblazing woman, please visit: www.reddy4healthybalance.com

What insights did you gain from today's interview? What stress management tips did you like the most? Do you prefer medicine to have an integrative approach? I would love to hear from you in the comments below. Please also share this post with any sister who would benefit from some soul reflection on ensuring wellness is a priority in a busy schedule.

Thank you so much for watching this week’s Monday Meditation.

In love and gratitude