Darren Green

Medical Doctor, Professional Speaker, Media Personality, Recording Artist and Neuro-wellness Consultant

Dr Darren Green, a well-known and trusted figure in the field of Media Medicine, has become one of our household favourite Celebrity role models and doctors. He is a true South African product – the genuine thing – born in Pietermaritzburg, matriculating as Matric of the year and Junior Mayor of Port Elizabeth and proud Old boy of The Grey High School in Port Elizabeth. Darren has achieved and served our country on provincial and National level in various domains...

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Dr Darren Green is well acclaimed as one of our most refreshing and sincere Medical personalities and emerging leaders. He has earned the respect which he now enjoys on the media platforms of television, radio and print media.
He is certainly challenges mediocrity and uses incredible skill to enlighten both the professional and greater public with his creative flair. Darren shares a wealth of knowledge from his clinical experience in both the private and public health sector and explains medical concepts with contagious passion and energy...

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He is a riveting inspirational speaker and a grounded interactive facilitator who commands authority whilst inspiring change. His unique personal experience and life struggles add flavour to his story and enables him to connect with all walks of life.
His personality is energizing, positively charged and when he enters the room his presence is gripping. Dr Darren Green engages with various socio-economic groups on actual health and social matters and relates to both English and Afrikaans audiences with great ease...

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He is a professional performer – vocalist, recording artist and songwriter. Known to most as the singing doctor and Pop Idols 1 finalist, he continues to grace a veritable plethora of audiences nationwide with his magical presence, motivational esteem and gusto charm. A wide array of achievements has paved the road to his success.

IDOLS behind him, he has been entertaining crowds throughout the country with guest appearances, judging, hosting and motivating at numerous events.
Currently he holds down an extremely demanding week – jam packed with creativity and innovation...

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5 hours ago

DARREN GREEN

Tune into @heart1049fm, this morning between 8 and 9am as I join the morning breakfast team for a conversation around health and wellness .... remember to call in with your questions

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Tune into @heart1049fm, this morning between 8 and 9am as I join  the morning breakfast team for a conversation around health and wellness .... remember to call in with your questions

#drdarrengreen

 

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I'm all ears doc👂👂

2 days ago

DARREN GREEN

Did you know that research shows that playing sports boosts blood flow to your brain. This enables your body to build more connections between nerves within the brain. This improves memory, stimulates creativity, and helps your brain develop better problem-solving skills.

Do you play any sports?

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Did you know that research shows that playing sports boosts blood flow to your brain. This enables your body to build more connections between nerves within the brain. This improves memory, stimulates creativity, and helps your brain develop better problem-solving skills. 

Do you play any sports? 

#drdarrengreen

3 days ago

DARREN GREEN

Tune into @capetalkza this afternoon at 2pm as i join @pjchudson ... we'll be talking about effects on your health from pushing yourself too hard too soon .... tune in friends and join the conversation.

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Tune into @capetalkza this afternoon at 2pm as i join @pjchudson ... well be talking about effects on your health from pushing yourself too hard too soon .... tune in friends and join the  conversation. 

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#drdarrengreen

3 days ago

DARREN GREEN

3 Steps to Becoming More Grateful 😒

In times of hardship or stress it might seem difficult to be grateful. But if you really think about it, we all have something to be grateful for. If you engage in only one prayer, let it be simply a heartfelt “thank you”. Here are three easy ways to put yourself in the mindfulness of gratitude.

Keep a daily journal of things you are grateful for—list at least three. The best times for writing in your journal are in the morning as your day begins or at night before sleep.

Make it a point to tell people in your life what you appreciate about them on a daily basis.

When you look in the mirror, give yourself a moment to think about a quality you like about yourself or something have recently accomplished.

Try this for just a couple of days and let me know how you feel!

#drdarrengreen
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3 Steps to Becoming More Grateful 😒

In times of hardship or stress it might seem difficult to be grateful. But if you really think about it, we all have something to be grateful for. If you engage in only one prayer, let it be simply a heartfelt “thank you”. Here are three easy ways to put yourself in the mindfulness of gratitude.

Keep a daily journal of things you are grateful for—list at least three. The best times for writing in your journal are in the morning as your day begins or at night before sleep.

Make it a point to tell people in your life what you appreciate about them on a daily basis.

When you look in the mirror, give yourself a moment to think about a quality you like about yourself or something have recently accomplished.

Try this for just a couple of days and let me know how you feel! 

#drdarrengreen

 

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Thanks for the positive advice!

Beautiful pic indeed Doc.

Defnitely Doc

Ware woorde

4 days ago

DARREN GREEN

Research into the physical effects of gratitude report even more tangible results. Focusing on the positive and feeling grateful can improve your sleep quality and reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. Furthermore, levels of gratitude correlate to better moods and less fatigue and inflammation, reducing the risk of heart failure, even for those who are susceptible.

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Research into the physical effects of gratitude report even more tangible results. Focusing on the positive and feeling grateful can improve your sleep quality and reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. Furthermore, levels of gratitude correlate to better moods and less fatigue and inflammation, reducing the risk of heart failure, even for those who are susceptible. 

#drdarrengreen

 

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You are indeed a natty wonderful dresser

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