Hence, with Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy and Dr. Ajrawat's Image Therapy, an individual receives new control and vision. In addition incorporating strengthening and stretching exercises, ergonomics, elimination of pain perpetuating factors, good nutrition, walking alternated with jogging and practice of correct principles can help improve mental and physical agility, Dr. Ajrawat, believes essential.
"In this age of technology, humans are likely to be challenged by the very advancement they desire, such as autonomy of computers to achieve certain solutions, which some people will find hard to accept and deal with, which in turn will be detrimental to self-esteem and confidence," Dr. Ajrawat says. "In that situation, it is only the relaxed mind, healthy body, creativity, awareness of self and following correct principles that can compete with the challenge of artificial intelligence and society at large. Cognitive therapies like http://www.painmanagement.com/[Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy], Air-Pulse Meditation and Dr. Ajrawat's Image Therapy will be the scientific tools to keep modern generations on the cutting edge."
For more information about Dr. Ajrawat and Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy, visit www.PainManagement.com.
About Dr. Ajrawat:
Dr. Ajrawat is one of the first full-time qualified (fellowship-trained and -certified) pain specialists, who introduced a new field of pain management in the Washington metropolitan area in July 1985. Based on his training, Dr. Ajrawat introduced a new model for pain evaluation and treatment called Bio-psychosocial Model. Over the years, with his efforts, th
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