Ramkumar Natarajan, OMR Dreamers
Where to start this story? Hmmm… May be, 3rd June 1985. Ever since I was born I never had any inclination for fitness, sports or anything in those lines. Not my fault though… my entire family has never given any importance to physical fitness or sports.
All my school days I opted for cultural events like oration, mimes and drama instead of sports. I was a kid who never ran 100 meters continuously throughout my school or college days. Unlike other chaps, I had not even played cricket beyond an extent. I always opted to sit in commentary or compering instead of playing the tournaments. I had always been a lazy flabby kid with nicknames of tomato, potato etc. Coming to college it still got worser as fag and pint became a part of life. Starting on a job in 2006, worst junk food habits joined my sedentary lifestyle. Leading a typical bachelor life, Friday and Saturday nigh
Then came the end of 2014. Not sure how it started but I got into a kind of weird addiction or phobia where I read the symptoms of some kidney related ailments on the internet and started imagining them on me. Then with utmost apprehension I would approach a specialist doctor and do all the diagnosis tests which would turn out to be 100% negative. But I would still google out the results and get overanxious and stressed that the diagnosis might have missed something and go meet the next doctor. I had met almost 8 kidney specialists, 1 cardiologist and a lot other doctors all alone during those couple of months. Most of them said everything was normal which I refused to believe because of my cyberchondria, with the 80-90 search result pages of google consuming my mind. At some point things started going out of control, and in over anxiety I was unsure what I was doing. When Vaidehi (http://vaidehivc.blogspot.