Atinder Pal Singh, 34 Years

Atinder Pal Singh is a 34-year-old who was struggling with a multitude of health issues, including IBS, liver damage, dark face blemishes, hormonal imbalance, and pitta depression. His journey to recovery was long and arduous, but with the help of dietician Dr Raghav Thukral, he was able to overcome his health challenges and find a new lease on life.

The Struggle

  • Atinder Pal Singh suffered from IBS-M, which led to unpredictable bowel movements, sometimes resulting in loose motions and other times in acute constipation.
  • His constipation was so severe that he had to undergo an enema.
  • His intestines were severely damaged, and his rectus was completely swollen.
  • He experienced a mild fever constantly and had dark facial blemishes.
  • Hormonal imbalance and pitta depression took a toll on his mental health, leading to suicidal thoughts.
  • Despite trying to self-medicate with liquor, he couldn’t find relief from his symptoms.

What is IBS – M?

IBS-M stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome with mixed bowel habits. This means that a person with IBS-M experiences both constipation and diarrhoea, with alternating periods of each. The symptoms can be unpredictable and may cause discomfort and stomach pain. It is important to manage IBS-M through a combination of dietary changes, lifestyle modifications, and medication, if necessary.

Here are some common symptoms of IBS-M (irritable bowel syndrome with mixed bowel habits):

  • Abdominal pain and cramping
  • Alternating episodes of diarrhoea and constipation
  • The feeling of incomplete bowel movements
  • Hard or lumpy stools
  • Loose or watery stools
  • Bloating and gas
  • Nausea

What is Pitta depression?

Pitta depression is a type of depression that is caused by an imbalance in the pitta dosha, which is one of the three energies that govern the body in Ayurvedic medicine. Pitta is responsible for heat, metabolism, and transformation in the body. When pitta becomes imbalanced, it can lead to symptoms such as anger, irritability, and self-criticism. Pitta depression may also be associated with suicidal thoughts, self-destructive behaviour, and insomnia. It is important to address the underlying imbalance in the pitta to effectively treat this type of depression. This may involve making dietary changes, modifying lifestyle habits, and using herbs or other Ayurvedic treatments.

The Turning Point:

  • Atinder Pal Singh sought the help of dietician Dr Raghav Thukral, who worked tirelessly to help him overcome his health challenges.
  • With a customized diet and lifestyle plan, Atinder Pal Singh began to see improvements in his health.
  • It took seven months of dedication and hard work, but eventually he was able to overcome his health issues.

Testimonial Atinder Pal Singh”

I was struggling with IBS-M and liver issues, and I felt like I had tried everything to feel better. But after working with Dr. Rghav Thukral and making some specific dietary changes, I’m happy to say that I’m feeling better than ever.

Atinder Pal Singh’s story is a beacon of hope for those struggling with similar health issues. His journey serves as a reminder that, with the right guidance and support, it is possible to overcome even the most challenging health obstacles.