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Contributor Neha Sangwan M.D.


Neha  Sangwan M.D.
Neha Sangwan M.D.

CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence, is an Internal Medicine physician and corporate communication strategist empowering healthcare practitioners, organizational leaders and corporate employees in their own self-care. Dr. Sangwan is an international speaker and media spokeswoman on the topics of conflict resolution, leadership and team transition, power and hierarchy, stress management, and employee wellness.She currently consults with innovative corporations and cross-functional healthcare teams. Dr. Sangwan has pioneered numerous successful programs for corporations and health professionals that improve organizational metrics.



How To Listen To Your Body's Signals
How To Listen To Your Body's Signals I don’t know about you, but for a majority of my life, I treated my body as a vehicle to transport my head. To school. To work. To meetings. To... Comments
The Real Reason Why You Can't Stick To Your Diet
The Real Reason Why You Can't Stick To Your Diet You’ve read all the books. You’re inspired to improve your health. You’ve even posted a recipe for your favorite green juice online. So why is it... Comments
How To Relieve Stress By Listening To Your Body's Signals Over the last decade as a Doctor working in hospitals, I was surprised by the number of times learning the skills to communicate helped alleviate my... Comments


Shower of Love Guided Meditation with Neha Sangwan, M.D.

Enjoy this deeply relaxing guided meditation with Dr. Neha Sangwan. Once you are in a comfortable position, settle in to the soothing sounds and voice


Healing Through Better Communication
Healing Through Better Communication

Neha explains the interaction between the mind and body, examining the physical cues the body provides, and looks at what this can mean for communication. She also explores in depth the various ways a

Talk Rx
Talk Rx

Having treated thousands of patients in one of the nation’s largest hospital systems, Doctor Neha discovered a theme: her patients’ inability to communicate often played an underlying role in their il