There has been a sudden rise in the number of people who are inclined toward having a fit body, mind, and soul, and this is indeed a good thing. However, out of these scores of people, there are only a handful of them who resort to sustainable, healthy, logical, and well-researched ways to achieve their goals. Others just blindly follow practitioners who claim to help people achieve what they desire in less time.
Recently, a video of a group of people using a rolling-pin-like instrument to probably lose their belly fat has been doing rounds online.
Sharing the video, Twitter user Chirag Barjatya wrote:
“Main bol raha hu bohot scope hai iss desh mein.”
Main bol raha hu bohot scope hai iss desh mein. pic.twitter.com/YAEZhltCzM
— Chirag Barjatya (@chiragbarjatyaa) May 4, 2023
This video where people were seen grooving to a song while rolling the wooden belan-like acupressure tool on their bodies has got people talking. Some said it’s so easy to fool people in India.
You won’t believe the number of people that follow her. She can cure thyroid with a massager. We are so gullible.
— Himanshu Khona (@himanshukhona) May 4, 2023
It’s nothing but torture to the mind and body…such repetitive movements will bring injury,the best way to gain fitness is to just start walking for 15-30 months…if done in nature then you are blessed…if done at home then also host of benefits can be enjoyed…@KamathGurudutt …
— Diganta Sircar (@diganta_sircar) May 6, 2023
major problem in today world is that many are trying to achieve positive life with negative mind hence anything is sellable.
— Investors Cafe: NISM Certified Research Analyst (@ValueIn84502221) May 6, 2023
— Vivek Gupta (@vivekguptaa) May 4, 2023
Of course, look at the people in power! Indians are credulous.
— sajitblr (@sajitblr) May 6, 2023
What the hell is this … and people pay
— Sunil Koul (@koulsu) May 5, 2023
Koi Harpic de do. Aankh mein daalna hai.
— Varun Sharma (@DwellingDeep_) May 4, 2023
— Dilip Patel (@patel_dilip) May 4, 2023
Any activity is good. Even this scam. There is an epidemic of depression, obesity and diabetes in India. Let’s encourage anything that gets people moving
— #Strategicculture (@devigoes4alpha) May 7, 2023
— Arshiet Dhamnaskar (@arshiet) May 4, 2023
remind me of thishttps://t.co/sviASr36t0
— Ankit Sagar (@SagarOriginal) May 4, 2023
Imagine paying “fees” for doing this😭
— વિનિત ࿗ (@vinit_2283) May 5, 2023
The video is from a session conducted by ‘The Perfect Health’ that intends to help people lead a healthy, holistic, and medicine-free life through acupressure, diet therapy, and ancient healing remedies. It’s followed by 176K people on Instagram where Dr. Manishaa posts similar such videos of her sessions.
What do you have to say about such practices to cure people of their illnesses?