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The 6th Sense Hospital

Pt No.34,Dr No.6, 3rd Cross Street,Kannan Nagar,Madipakkam Coot Road , Chennai- 600091
Tamil Nadu , India  India
+91-044 645509449841951831


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The 6th Sense Hospital - Chennai

Welcome to The 6th Sense Hospital

The 6th Sense Hospital is the India's first Speciality Centre for Weightloss & IVF Support specializing in natural care for infertility, pregnancy and obesity and facilitated with primary healthcare.Our unique, integrated approach incorporates research-based treatment with traditional therapies including acupuncture,therapeutic nutrition, diet and mind-body-techniques.More than anything we want you to feel empowered and back in control.Our goal is to help you have a healthy life.The 6th Sense Hospital is a premium unit of  Sixthsense Healthcare Private Limited,an ISO 9001:2008 certified company started in early 2007.

About the Consultants

Dr.S.Bharat,MD(General Physician),DM(Acupuncture),MA(Yoga),DAc,LAc,
Dr.Kuyli Bharat,MD(General Physician),MD(Acu & Varma),DNT,MSc-Yoga,

Both Dr.Bharat & Dr.Kuyli are qualified western medical physicians who has great interest towards preventive & wellness healthcare.Dr.Bharat practices only complementary medical systems because of his great belief and attraction towards  complementary medicine.He also leads The 6th Sense Group of Institutions  as Director whereas Dr.Kuyli is associated  with several leading corporate multi-speciality hospitals in Chennai and she is a person with diversified interests.They are organizers of the weightloss & ivf support programs at The 6th Sense Hospital.

Dr.Bharat adopts acupuncture.acupressure,reflex therapy,yoga therapy ,life-style & nutrition therapy in his holistic healing process.He uses his modern medical knowledge to refine his alternative medical practice.He doesn't recommend any chemical drugs for any ailments to the maximum possible levels & in case if the patient's condition necessitates to take any chemical drugs for their healthcare,they will be forwarded by him to a full-time modern medical practitioner.Dr.Kuyli includes Modern Medicine & Nutritional Therapy as her primary systems of practice.You can contact Dr.Bharat directly with the following Email:

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Weight Loss at The 6th Sense Hospital
The weight loss programs at The 6th Sense Hospital are done in an holistic approach,which enables it to manage the patient’s weight as well as to cure the underlying disorders such as hyper & hypo-tension, psychological depression, endocrine disorders..etc.These programs are 100% harmless & side-effects free.

There are 5 types of Weight Loss Programs available at The 6th Sense Hospital.You can choose your program based on the following info about respective programs or take the guidance for choosing the best suited program for you during the Initial Consultation Session.

Obesity - Risk Factors
The more obese a person is, the more likely he or she is to develop health problems. Mild obesity involving a body mass index (BMI) of 30+, is less dangerous to health than morbid obesity (BMI 40+) or malignant obesity (BMI 50+). For example, someone who is 40 percent overweight is twice as likely to die prematurely as an average-weight person. This effect is seen after 10 to 30 years of being obese.

Central or Abdominal Obesity Carries Greater Health Risks
Patients with central or abdominal obesity, characterized by excessive visceral fat around the stomach and abdomen, have a higher risk of weight-related disease. Abdominal obesity is one of the core symptoms of cardiovascular disease and insulin resistance syndrome. In women, central obesity is signaled by a waist circumference of about 35+ inches, while in men the danger waist measurement is 40+ inches. Alternatively, check your waist-hip ratio. Women with a waist-to-hip ratio of more than 0.8 or men with waist-to-hip ratios of more than 1.0 are "apples" and are at increased health risk due to their fat distribution.

Increased Health Risk of Premature Death

According to researchers, an estimated 100,000 Indians deaths a year are related to obesity, but see note, below. The risk of premature death rises with increasing weight. Even moderate weight gain (10 to 20 pounds for a person of average height) increases the risk of death, particularly among adults aged 30 to 64 years. Individuals who are obese (BMI greater than 30) have a 50 to 100 percent increased risk of premature death from all causes, compared to individuals with a healthy weight.

Increased Health Risk of Heart Disease

The risk of heart attack, congestive heart failure, sudden cardiac death, angina or chest pain is increased in persons who are overweight or obese. High blood pressure is twice as common in adults who are obese than in those who are at a healthy weight. Obesity is associated with high triglycerides and decreased HDL cholesterol.

Increased Health Risk of Stroke Atherosclerosis, or narrowing of the arteries, which may lead to the formation of an arterial blood clot, is an important pre-condition of many strokes. Atherosclerosis is accelerated by high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol and lack of exercise. Obesity, especially morbid obesity is frequently associated with a high-fat diet, raised blood pressure and lack of exercise. Thus obesity is now considered an important secondary risk factor for strokes.

Increased Health Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

A weight increase of 11-18 pounds raises a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes to twice that of individuals who have not gained weight. Over 80 percent of people with diabetes are overweight or obese.

Increased Health Risk of Cancers

Obesity is associated with an increased risk for some types of cancer including endometrial (cancer of the lining of the uterus), colon, gall bladder, prostate, kidney, and post-menopausal breast cancer. Women gaining more than 20 pounds from age 18 to midlife double their risk of post-menopausal breast cancer, compared to women whose weight remains stable.

Increased Health Risk of Fatty Liver Disease

The main cause of non alcoholic fatty liver disease is insulin resistance, a metabolic disorder in which cells become insensitive to the effect of insulin. One of the most common risk factors for insulin resistance is obesity, especially central abdominal obesity. Studies indicate a correlation between body mass index (BMI) and the degree of liver damage. The higher the BMI the worse the liver disease.

Obesity is a Risk Factor For Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Although obesity is not a direct cause of chronic venous insufficiency, it is an important risk factor. This is because obesity, especially morbid obesity, leads to raised blood pressure, a sedentary lifestyle and musculoskeletal problems (hampering mobility and use of leg muscles), all of which are contributory factors in the development of chronic venous insufficiency. Obese patients also have an increased health risk of other vascular disorders (eg. lower-limb ischemia), caused by inadequate blood flow to the extremities.

Increased Health Risk of Gallbladder Disease

The risk of gallstones is approximately 3 times greater for obese patients than in non-obese people. Indeed, the risk of sympomatic gallstones appears to correlate with a rise in body mass index (BMI).

Increased Health Risk of Breathing Problems

Obstructive sleep apnea (that is, interrupted breathing during sleeping) is more common in obese persons. Obesity is associated with a higher prevalence of asthma and severe bronchitis, as well as obesity hypoventilation syndrome and respiratory insufficiency.

Obesity and Deep Vein Thrombosis

Risk factors for deep vein thrombosis include prior history of the disease, vascular damage, hypertension and predisposition to blood clotting. Although obesity (BMI 30+) has traditionally been recognised as a risk factor for deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, experts now consider that the evidence supporting this association is inadequate, as much depends on other factors such as history, illness, immobility, and age.

Increased Health Risk of Arthritis Musculoskeletal disorders, including osteoarthritis, are much more prevalent among obese patients, especially patients diagnosed with severe clinical or mobid obesity. Health studies show that obesity is a strong predictor for symptoms of osteoarthritis, especially in the knees. The risk of osteoarthritis increases with every 2-pound gain in weight.

Increased Health Risks For Expectant Mother and Baby Obesity has a strong detrimental effect on the health of both mother and new-born baby, both during and after pregnancy. Obesity while pregnant is associated with a higher risk of death in both the baby and the mother. It also raises the risk of high blood pressure in the Mom, by 10 times. Obesity during pregnancy is also associated with an increased risk of birth defects, such as spina bifida. Obesity-related health problems occurring after childbirth include higher risk of wound and endometrial infection, endometritis and urinary tract infection.

Psychological and Social Effects of Obesity

Emotional suffering may be one of the most painful parts of obesity. Indian Metropolitan society emphasizes physical appearance and often equates attractiveness with slimness, especially for women. Such messages make overweight people feel unattractive.

IVF Acupuncture Support - First of its kind in India

In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a process by which egg cells are fertilised by sperm outside the womb, in vitro. IVF is a major treatment in infertility when other methods of assisted reproductive technology have failed. The process involves hormonally controlling the ovulatory process, removing ova (eggs) from the woman's ovaries and letting sperm fertilise them in a fluid medium. The fertilised egg (zygote) is then transferred to the patient's uterus with the intent to establish a successful pregnancy.

The IVF process starts with certain blood tests to check the woman’s womb, ovaries and hormone level and an ultrasound scan to check the lining of uterus and ovaries. A detailed sperm count is also carried out. Certain fertility injections and drugs are used to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs. The eggs are then recovered, and placed together with sperm in a special nutrient rich tube to achieve fertilization.

After fertilization, one to three embryos are either transferred inside the woman’s uterus to begin pregnancy or kept frozen for future use. The whole process is monitored by the Doctor himself to check the development of follicles and lining of the uterus. The IVF procedure gives approximately 30 - 35% pregnancy rate per cycle. Nearly 90% of the infertile couples can be successfully treated through IVF. This process is also made available in some cheap hospitals so that it suits all pockets without compromising on quality and results.

Infertility is deeply stressful and often touches every aspect of life. It causes isolation in the life of married couples. Women can achieve fertilization, even after their reproductive age, through In Vitro Fertilization. The IVF treatment is offered at many hospitals as an alternate solution to infertility. IVF procedure aims to replace stress and pains with a hand of friendship and support.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Tamil
  • Malayalam

Payment Options

  • Cash

Treatments For:

  • Diet Therapy
  • Digestive System Diseases
  • Hypertension
  • Hypotension
  • Mental Disorders
  • Muscle Disorders
  • Obesity
  • Stress

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.

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