The post-colonial world has taught us to cope with our mental, physical, and emotional health as part of our daily routine.

The fitness community in India has improved rapidly, however, the idea of ​​a healthy mind in a healthy body is not new to Indians – yoga, akdas, iruveda and meditation are always part of our culture.

With the advent of information, globalization and simplicity, cultural practices and practices are being strengthened and expanded in India’s modern, dynamic and growing fitness industry.

According to reports, the closure of the gymnasium and fitness centers, the limited space available for indoor exercise and limited access to fitness equipment, became a necessity.

So, during the epidemic, India developed India’s first AI-enabled intelligence virtual nutrition trainer app. A one-of-a-kind mobile app to impact people’s overall health and nutrition safety based on modern technology, Fiza.

Fitza is a smartphone app developed by a highly trained and professional women’s team with senior manager Nick Bell from various health and fitness departments.

In an interview with Mumbai Live, the CEO spoke on how to help people build their true potential and restore their well-being through democratic life-changing and access to change techniques.

Speaking about the start of the project, the CEO said that while Fizza’s idea was good before VV, Turbo was charged during the outbreak. One of our co-founders, Shoa Shah, grew up in a quandary.

At Fitza, we created the acronym DIET to represent health development, smart lifestyle, emotional stability and endurance of the nervous system. This is our general approach to self-care.

The epidemic is a powerful educator and the lesson we learn is the importance of self-care. In our country, it is imperative that each of us play a role in determining our well-being in the face of chronic diseases such as obesity and malnutrition-related diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. He added the trip.

Is the integration of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being on the path to end?

Of course he is. When physical, mental, and emotional intelligence are in agreement, the nervous system begins to function in a way that is not resistant to external stimuli. A person remains stable and the body’s organs do not react violently to external imbalances. It gives the self-actualization of a creature that restores mental health and brings ease and flow to emotional stability. The whole process of living in harmony with the body, mind, and heart is what we call spiritual well-being and this is the new timeline that one can experience when self-care is practiced as a way of life. It is the perfect way to realize their limitations.

How do virtual fitness programs help people stay healthy through the epidemic?

Home fitness apps have been shaping our lives long before COVID-19, but their popularity has really grown over the past few months. Between Q1 and Q2 2020, health and fitness app downloads grew by 46% worldwide.

India has seen a sharp drop of 156%. That translates to 58 million new active users – almost the entire Italian population.

Considering that India has the largest lock in the world – from March 25 to May 2020, 1.3 billion people were ordered to stay inside. That too many people, suddenly returning home.

With the increase in downloads, fitness apps have also seen an increase in DAUs. This is significant because it only shows that people downloaded these apps and forgot about them – they were actually using them.

Thinking and meditation apps have also grown in popularity and even more than just active fitness apps. The three major international forums that have received the most headlines are Rega, Headspace and MyFitnessPal.

This accelerated growth is due to the fact that gymnasiums, open spaces, parks, and beaches have no choice but to kill people.

Can sections of society shed some light on the psychological suffering they have lost?

2018-03-01 Social exclusion – Missing parts are a major problem for mental health issues and psychological distress. It is a multifaceted global phenomenon that emphasizes the importance of long-term inclusion in society. The relationship between mental health and exclusion factors includes ‘stigma’, ‘other’, and so on. A different approach to mental health is needed in this category and we need to develop an action-oriented policy.

2. Restricted places – When we talk about general health and well-being, most of them stay in a toxic atmosphere, poor air quality, and enough space for everyone. These gaps include claustrophobia and anxiety, which are often overlooked.

3. Loss of employment and income Unemployment and declining income have become a major concern in the wake of the global epidemic. Low family income levels are associated with many lifelong mental disorders. At the same time, policymakers have identified some potential destructive effects.

4. Inability to connect with loved ones, their families – Lack of social interaction is associated with depressive disorders and without it an individual cannot identify the problem.

5. Depression, anxiety, shock, issues of existence, loneliness, fear, mood swings: Poor mental health issues can reach lifelong. It has a profound psychological impact on individuals. When individuals do not have the necessary security in life, symptoms such as depression and anxiety can develop and intensify. There are evidence-based measures to improve mental health, early intervention and care that can lead to endurance.

What is your position on social exclusion in relation to mental and physical health issues?

Unfortunately, negative attitudes and beliefs are common to people with mental and physical health conditions. Although physical health conditions are visible and therefore reliable, mental and psychological health issues often tend to be biased. Discrimination can be obvious and direct, for example, when someone makes a negative comment about your mental illness or treatment. Or it may be unintentional or covert because you think you may be unstable, violent or dangerous because of your mental illness. You can even judge yourself.

Some side effects of stigma may include:

· Refusal to seek help or treatment

· Lack of support from family, friends, co-workers or others

· Less opportunities for work, school or social activities

· Bullying, physical abuse or harassment

· Low morale and low self-esteem

It is important to resist stigma and help people with other similar problems develop courage and educate the public about mental illness. Accepting your situation and understanding what you need to do to treat it, seeking support, and helping to teach others can make a big difference.

Adults and children suffered emotional trauma during the outbreak. How does mental health relate to health?

Mental and physical health are fundamentally intertwined. There are many associations between mental health and chronic physical conditions that have a profound effect on people’s quality of life. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not just a disease or disability. “Without mental health there is no health,” says the World Health Organization.

The relationship between mental and physical health is nowhere to be found in extreme situations.

COVID-19 has an impact on everyday life in unusual ways, including dramatic changes in physical activity, sleep, time management, and mental health. Various studies on the effects of COVID-19 on mental health have strengthened the link between lifestyle behaviors and depression.

Mental health organizations report that the number of cases of anxiety and depression doubled during the epidemic.

How can one cope better during these difficult times?

There is no one-size-fits-all approach or SOP. However, it is important for us to be aware of the changes that are taking place in and around us. Instead of fearing the consequences, we should use this knowledge carefully to better prepare ourselves.

Physical Health – Eating well and maintaining a strong immune system is a good starting point.


To practice emotional and mental health techniques

To be a beacon of hope for others and to inspire people to follow your leadership

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Work life balance, especially at home (WFH)

If we talk about Mumbai in particular, what are the commonalities in the field of health here??

Speaking of Mumbai, over the years, we have seen people with chronic diseases such as unhealthy lifestyle choices and work-life imbalances leading to high blood pressure, diabetes and PCOD / PCOS. The CVD-19 epidemic was in addition to a weakened immune system.

Eating too many days, drinking alcohol, and smoking are considered common among young people, and this has led to a slight increase in the number of cancer cases.

In addition, we have seen many depressive behaviors in the age group of 25 to 45 years.

Mental health has plummeted over the past few years and many public health organizations as well as private health and safety companies such as Fetza are working hard to improve the current situation.

Does Mumbai’s fast-paced lifestyle lead to an unhealthy lifestyle?

It is important to look at the symptoms and identify the root cause of the problem. Yes, in Mumbai we will look at life in action, stress, power struggles, broken infrastructure, overcrowded pockets, and so on. However, the deeper problem is the lack of awareness that leads to unhealthy lifestyle habits. Kovid’s devastation of life and life caused him to stop and think. Due to a series of epidemics, the need for a healthy diet at the center of the diet has skyrocketed. People are moving – it’s good to want to think. The phrase “health is a treasure” has never been more appropriate and appropriate. No matter what the situation, it always comes down to how much awareness and awareness we have of what is good for us and what we need to avoid.

With this app, how do you plan to spread more awareness about fitness and a healthy lifestyle among all groups?

Our long-term vision is to create a path to prosperity by allowing people to make healthy lifestyle choices and realize their true potential.

We plan to spread awareness through social media, our network of nutritionists, health coaches and health care professionals. We also create strategic partnerships with healthcare companies, health technology platforms, wearable technology platforms, etc. to help reach more audiences.

A.D. By 2020, practices have changed, and we believe that by 2021, there will be a change in the practice of investing in employee health with a focus on private health with private corporations. We are also working with corporations.