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CHANWUYI LIFESTYLE MEDICINE

For improving cognition and emotion

 

OUR VISION

According to the United Nations report in 2007, Up to 1 billion people, nearly one in six of the world’s population, suffer from neurological disorders, from Alzheimer and Parkinson disease, strokes, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy to migraine, brain injuries and neuroinfections, neuro.

Those patients have suffered from various kinds of cognitive and emotional problems such as memory, decision making, language problems, depression, anxiety that affecting their daily living significantly. However, most of the cognitive disorders cannot be treated efficiently with western medicine. The purpose for the Chanwuyi Lifestyle Medicine is try to explore the possibility to developed an intervention for this major health issue worldwide.

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WHAT IS CHANWUYI LIFESTYLE MEDICINE

Professor Suiyin Agnes Chan at the Chinese University of Hong Kong has developed the Chanwuyi Lifestyle Medicine Program, and she has conducted empirical research on this program since 2007.    The program was designed based on the traditional Chinese Chan medical concept and incorporated the conventional psychological intervention approach.  Thus, it is an eastern-western integrative lifestyle medicine program. 


The Chinese Chan medical concept consists of the four core elements, coincidentally similar to the western lifestyle medicine.  That is, diet, exercise, stress management and emotional well-being.  However, the Chinese Chan has its unique elements within the four core elements of lifestyle medicine.  

Our research team at the Research Center for Neuropsychological Well-being has begun conducting experiments on Chanwuyi Lifestyle Medicine since 2007.  We have tested our program on children with autism, older adults with memory problems, and patients with depression.  So far, the results are very encouraging, and different cohorts showed various levels of improvement in cognitive function, emotional status, and physical health.

Clinical Scientific Studies

Our research team at the Research Center for Neuropsychological Well-being has begun conducting experiments on Chanwuyi Lifestyle Medicine since 2007.  We have tested our program on children with autism, older adults with memory problems, and patients with depression.  So far, the results are very encouraging, and different cohorts showed various levels of improvement in cognitive function, emotional status, and physical health.

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MEMORY LOSS

DEPRESSION

PREVIOUS TRAININGS

Open Lectures, workshops and clinical programs have been offered since 2008

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OPEN LECTURE IN HONG KONG

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PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN HONG KONG

SCHOOL PROJECT

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ELDERLY PROGRAM

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WORKSHOP IN USA

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CLINICAL SERVICE FOR SEN CHILDREN

CHILDREN PROGRAM

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WORKSHOP AT CUHK

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RETREAT WORKSHOP

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PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN CHINA

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UPCOMING TRAINING PROGRAM

by Prof. Chan Sui Yin

For teachers, nurses, social workers, clinical psychologists, medical doctors, and others who are interested in applying for this lifestyle medicine.