APA Webinar ~ Ayurveda For Depression with Dr Eduardo Cardona - Sanclemente

Sat, 27 February 2021 17:00 – 18:00 GMT

Online Event

APA Presents a webinar by Dr. Eduardo Cardona-Sanclemente on the subject of Ayurveda & Depression.

Dr. Eduardo will talk about his recently published book titled ‘Ayurveda and Depression’, an integrative guide to overcoming depression, restoring balance, and reclaiming your health.

The ancient system of Ayurveda has been used for more than 5 millennia to treat all manner of ailments and bring the body back into a state of balance. An integrated model that nourishes both inner and outer wellness, Ayurvedic wisdom can empower you to reclaim your life from depression and restore wholeness in body, mind, and spirit.

While conventional western approaches to treating depression often fall back on a discrete, one-size-fits-all approach, Ayurveda addresses depression systemically to treat and heal the whole person. In Ayurveda for Depression, you'll learn to identify your unique Dosha (body type) and Prakruti (constitution) to develop a depression protocol tailor-made for you. Using an integrative model that can work on its own or in concert with Western therapies, you'll learn which lifestyle changes, body interventions, diet modifications, and herbal treatments will work best for your unique needs.

Anti-depression protocols outlined in this book include re-energizing daily and seasonal routines; nutritional guidelines for Dosha-based diets; the what, when, how, and why of food; exercise and yoga practices to reawaken your body; balancing your brain chemistry with proteins and amino acids; taking the right approaches to balance fiery, airy, and watery constitutions; and more.

‘Ayurveda and Depression’, an integrative guide to overcoming depression, restoring balance, and reclaiming your health

About Dr. Eduardo Cardona-Sanclemente

Dr. Eduardo Cardona-Sanclemente’s medical and scientific career spans professorships and senior scientific research posts at a number of Europe’s most distinguished medical schools and universities including The William Harvey Research Institute (WHRI, London); St. Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College (London); King's College London; Institut Pasteur (Paris); Salpêtrière Hospital (Paris); Institut Biomedical des Cordeliers (Paris); Sorbonne University (Paris) and the University of Perugia Medical School (Italy), In addition, he has held Visiting Professors at AVP Hospital, Coimbatore (India) and S.D.M. College of Ayurveda, Udupi (India) where he taught postgraduate students, including in one of his specialism, lipid metabolism. He is an external supervisor for Ph.D. students at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

After graduating in Medical Sciences, he completed his Masters in Clinical Biochemistry and his Ph.D. in the “Mechanism of Intake of Neurotransmitters” at the Sorbonne University (Paris). Following several years of medical and scientific research and published papers on the metabolism of cholesterol, he was awarded the Docteur d’Etat (Doctor of Science) in “Physiopathology of Nutrition by the Sorbonne, with the highest distinction (Très Honorable). Dr. Cardona joined the WHRI in London under the Nobel laureate Sir John Vane, working with Professor Gustav Born on various aspects of Pathopharmacology.

In parallel to his allopathic medical research and teaching, he has been studying and practicing integrative and Ayurvedic medicine for decades and holds a Masters in Ayurvedic Medicine from Middlesex University, UK, having completed internships at AVP Hospital Coimbatore and Udupi, India (2,000 hours+).

He is a certified Ayurvedic Doctor by the National Ayurvedic Medical Association, USA (certified professional level) and has recently taught graduate students in Ayurveda at Bastyr University, Seattle, and the University of New Mexico, NM. He is also a Member of the NHS Directory of Complementary & Alternative Practitioners, UK, and resided for several years as the Research Director of the Ayurvedic Professional Association (APA, UK). Dr. Cardona-Sanclemente is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine (UK) and a Professional Member of the College of Medicine (UK).

At present, he lives in Berkeley, CA and runs his private practice, and lectures nationally and internationally on Ayurveda, sharing his decades of experience at the interface of allopathic, integrative, and Ayurvedic medical topics. He has delivered numerous engagements in building awareness and integration of the knowledge, efficacy, and cost-effectiveness of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine through developing health-related programs with academic, medical, and non-profits organizations as part of his work for the integration and inclusion of minorities.

Dr Eduardo Cardona Sanclemente
Ayurveda For Depression with Dr Eduardo Cardona - Sanclemente

Sat, 27 February 2021 17:00 – 18:00 GMT

Online Event

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