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11 Ayurvedic Tips to Manage Stress and Anxiety!

BAMS
Ayurveda, Udaipur
11 Ayurvedic Tips to Manage Stress and Anxiety!

Stress is a very harmful all inclusive component of the human kind and can be good for us at times so that we can meet deadlines, but an excess of stretch can be very hurtful and can trade off our health physically, rationally, and emotionally. Depression is a very common and primarily created by stress.

When we are bearing overabundance of stress, numerous frameworks in the body can be adversely influenced: the digestive framework and metabolic system, the cardiovascular system, the musculoskeletal framework, the nervous system and the immune system. Excess stretch can likewise affect our mental and emotional health, our relationships with others and additionally the well-being of our bones and make us age faster.

Ayurveda offers a wonderful point of view on stress and depression management. Here are a few natural and Ayurvedic ways that can help relieve stress and depression:

  1. Basil leaves with Yogurt: Take ten or twelve basil leaves and blend them into yogurt. You can also add sugar to make it tastier. Blend this mix nicely to make a paste. Drink this paste to help get rid of stress.
  2. Fenugreek Seeds: Fenugreek seeds are the best type of herb to cure numerous kinds of diseases and infections. It is additionally extremely helpful during stress and depression. You can use it and feel its benefits. 
  3. Take Chamomile tea: You can have chamomile tea. It is a successful treatment for depression. It can soothe your body from the inside and also help you sleep.
  4. Lemon Balm: Put on lemon balm to dispose off the tension and any kind of depression. It keeps up the nervous system working.
  5. Use ashwagandha: You can use ashwagandha to get alleviation from stress and depression.
  6. Lemon Juice: Drinking a glass of lemon juice every day is useful. Lemon is the best energizer for our body and keeps us on our feet while providing a cool feeling to the body from the inside.
  7. Almond with Milk: Take five to six almonds and drench into the water around evening time. Peel off and granulate them the next morning. Infuse this paste into a glass of tepid water. You can also add some honey or sugar to make it delicious.
  8. Triphala Powder: Using triphala with water around evening time is additionally helpful to recover from stress.
  9. Cardamom Seeds: You can take five to six cardamoms. Biting their seeds at whatever time in a day has been proven beneficial.
  10. Amla With Nutmeg: Take some juice of a crisp amla (Indian Gooseberry) and include a couple measure of nutmeg powder into it. Add some rock salt and blend them appropriately and drink it.
  11. Brahmi: Take a teaspoon of brahmi powder and swallow it with any natural liquid. It will help you channel your energy and work towards something more to distract yourself from stress.
  12. Yoga: For releasing stress, meditation and yoga are best.

What You Should Know About Heel Pain?

Senior Registrar/ Research Associate, MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS, MCh. Orthopedics
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
What You Should Know About Heel Pain?
  • Plantar Fasciitis is a disorder that results in pain in the heel and bottom of the foot. The pain is usually most severe with the first steps of the day or following a period of rest. The condition typically comes on slowly. In about a third of people both legs are affected. 
  • Risk factors for plantar fasciitis include overuse such as from long periods of standing, an increase in exercise, and obesity. It is also associated with inward rolling of the foot and a lifestyle that involves little exercise. While heel spurs are frequently found it is unclear if they have a role in causing the condition. Plantar fasciitis is a disorder of the insertion site of the ligament on the bone characterized by micro tears, breakdown of collagen, and scarring. The diagnosis is typically based on signs and symptoms with ultrasound sometimes used to help. Other conditions with similar symptoms include osteoarthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, heel pad syndrome, and reactive arthritis.

Winter Depression

MA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Winter Depression

With the onset of winters, not only people experience lazy mornings but many also find themselves in low spirits or what we call “winter blues”.

Winter depression or seasonal affective disorder should not be confused with general laziness and oversleeping that comes with the onset of winters. Many people are diagnosed with seasonal affective disorder, it is a clinical disorder which occurs with the change in season, specially during winters. It is a sub type of depression. Peole experimce mood chnages and symptkms similar to depression with during the winter season and improves with the arrival of spring and summer season.

Symptoms of s. A. D 

If the symptoms have been occuring with the onset at the specific time of winters for the last two years without any other associative incident.

1. Loss of apetite/ increase in apetite
2. Crying spells
3. Loss of interest in routine activities 
4. Feeling low or sad.
5. Sleeping more than usual.

Treatment

It can be effectively treated with psychotherapy, light therapy and/or medications. While symptoms improve with change in season but treatment could help the person get relief from depressive symptoms quickly. People should either try to expose themselves to sun whenever possible in winters. Stay connected to your environment and people. Talk about your symptoms with a psychologist. It is a manageable condition and treatment would help you enjoy the winters.
 

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Hi doctor, My name is SAKSHI. I am 24. I have been suffering from anxiety and depression from 3 years. I had went to several doctors but it was not cured. I am losing my memory day by day. I had heard that bacopa is good for anxiety and depression. Can I use it if yes how much mg I need to take daily. Is it safe.

MSW, Clinical Hypnotherapy, MBA, Post Graduation in Counselling
Psychologist, Guwahati
Hi doctor,
My name is SAKSHI. I am 24. I have been suffering from anxiety and depression from 3 years. I had went to ...
I am not supposed to recommend you any medication, would instead suggest you to contact any qualified homeopath in your area or any psychiatrist. Alternatively you may join some form of yoga. Relaxation or meditation and also pursue your hobby, it would help you relax. If need be you may approach a counsellor, with whom you can share your thoughts freely.
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Procrastination - 10 Things To Know About It!

P G In Counselling & Psychotherapy, MBA
Psychologist, Nagpur
Procrastination - 10 Things To Know About It!

Procrastination is a way of sabotaging oneself by putting off activities and delaying success. This is an emotional and mental obstacle that many people face in varying degrees. So here is everything you need to know about procrastination.

  1. It becomes a lifestyle: As per medical research, about 20% of the people who procrastinate, have been doing it on a chronic basis and can now safely say that this is a lifestyle and not just a habit that one has fallen prey to.
  2. It is cultivated: Contrary to popular belief, procrastination is not something that anyone is born with. It is cultivated with constant inaction over a period of years, which also includes the act of making excuses to put off a task.
  3. Excessive alcohol consumption: In many cases, procrastinators will end up enjoying higher consumption of alcohol than their contemporaries. This may be done to alleviate boredom before the excessive consumption becomes a habit, which further dulls the senses.
  4. Hiding from the truth: It has been seen that procrastinators often lie to themselves or hide the truth about their problem by making mindless excuses, which do not actually exist. They are chronic liars who come to believe their lies, which can give rise to even more severe behavioural issues.
  5. Distractions: Most people who procrastinate will look for distractions that will keep them from doing their work properly. This may include watching television or eating, or even doing mindless chores that are not important.
  6. Focus: Many of these procrastinators have problems when it comes to focusing and finding solutions for various tasks. They cannot prioritise and put their mind to a certain task, which also prevents them from understanding the requirements for completing that task.
  7. Avoiders: These types of procrastinators usually avoid doing the tasks that will lead them to success. They do not make the effort to carry out the necessary tasks in a proper manner.
  8. Decisional procrastinators: These kind of procrastinators simply cannot find the motivation to take a decision that will change the direction of their lives by putting one step in front of the other on a daily basis.
  9. Cost of procrastination: There is a huge cost that is borne by these kinds of people in the long run. While missing deadlines, losing jobs and not graduating from college are just some of the consequences, many of them also come down with a plethora of health conditions including gastrointestinal diseases.
  10. Therapy for procrastination: The best way to transform a procrastinator is with the help of cognitive behavioural therapy, which can help in reprogramming the brain with fruitful, guided discussions and internal dialogues. This kind of therapy works well in the long run.
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Domestic Violence - How It Can Kill Your Spirit?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Domestic Violence - How It Can Kill Your Spirit?

People who have been victims of domestic violence not only suffer physical abuse, but from emotional abuse as well, which may stay with them for their whole life. The trauma associated with domestic violence can be deep and takes time to heal even after the relationship with the perpetrator is over and there is no communication or contact between them.

Emotional harm is greater than physical harm
Women make up the significant majority of domestic violence victims. When they face violence within the home sphere, they experience a wide range of emotions like anger, sadness, powerlessness, fear, resentment, vindictiveness and much more. Physical violence not only harms their body, but their mind and spirit are equally wrecked as the memory of being physically subjugated scars them emotionally in a very deep manner and can take years to heal.

Some of the long term impact of domestic violence on women is mentioned below.

Physical Effects

  1. Any kind of physical injuries like bruises, cuts or dislocated joints and bones.
  2. Many women suffer from hearing impairment
  3. Loss of vision is also another effect
  4. Miscarriage or premature childbirth
  5. Sexually transmitted diseases
  6. A feeling of fatigue and weakness

In certain cases, unreported domestic violence may result in homicide or murder which is the ultimate and most unfortunate manifestation of physical abuse gone too far, That is why it is important to seek help early on before things escalate too far.

Mental Effects
The mental effects of domestic violence take much longer time to recuperate from than the physical effects. If the shock is severe, it can render women mentally unstable for life in extreme cases. Even if a woman recovers from it, the emotional scar may remain and might manifest in the future.

  1. DepressionThis is one of the worst mental effects of domestic violence is depression. The good news is depression is often temporary and can be cured. Signs of depression include a feeling of hopelessness, sadness, weight gain or loss, sleeplessness, loss of appetite and a consequent lack of interest in whatever you love to do. This can affect one’s decision making ability and in extreme cases can render one suicidal.
  2. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: When you encounter any violent experience, then you are most likely to develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The signs of this disorder include frequent flashbacks of the traumatic experience, nightmares and extreme anxiety. Women who face these kinds of traumatic experiences find it difficult to cope with their present situation for a while. Counselling and support from their loved ones can heal these problems fast.

Other effects of domestic violence may also include seizures, addiction and substance abuse and fainting.

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I am 23 year old girl. My boyfriend broke up with me and got married to another girl. I know that I don't have to think about this. But still the memories with him makes me sad and I don't know what to do. Please help me.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I am 23 year old girl. My boyfriend broke up with me and got married to another girl. I know that I don't have to thi...
Breake up in relationship is common issue I know its hard to delete memories but here I am suggesting you some tips try it 1-.Accept you're breakup 2- increase you're social life 3- increases your physical activities 4- write your like Life goal again try all these activity if after these you feel stress then must consult any good psychiatrist. Thanks.
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I am 23 year old female. My boyfriend broke up with me and got married to another girl. I know that I have to move on. But still memories with him makes me depressed. I don't know what to do. Please help me.

MD - Psychiatry, M.B.B.S.
Psychiatrist, Delhi
I am 23 year old female. My boyfriend broke up with me and got married to another girl. I know that I have to move on...
Hello Lybrate user, I can understand your pain and anguish at the loss of a relationship. The emotional turmoil and surge of feelings can be very troublesome. However you are very correct in recognizing that you have to move on. But please do understand that your mind will take it's time in the process of grieving for the loss that it has entailed. Hence if less tba 2-3 months have elapsed please give yourselves time. The expectation of the modern day society that we must get up the next day, and everything will fall into its place is grossly mistaken. Please remember the age old adage that "time is one of the biggest healer" In the meanwhile please be around people who care for you like your family, friends etc, keep yourself engaged, keep up with regular exercise/yoga, healthy and regular meal times, and a regular routine, try to cultivate or reignite a hobby, do not be afraid or neglecting towards your pain, rather recognize them and tell yourself that "this too shall pass" write down your thoughts, do not please fall for a rebound relationship. However please consult a psychiatrist if any of the following is true for you- inability to get better even after 3-4 months, presence of ideas of self harm/death/suicide, gross impairment of day to day functions, unbearable or very significant distress, gross neglect of self care. Hope this helps you. Best wishes for your health and future.
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I am not able to concentrate on studies and I am not able to get rid of addicted to mobile, please help me.

CCH, BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Hello Wasim, this is quite common problem nowadays. Because focus of self satisfaction has shifted to gadgets rather than self improvement. Thats why more & more people are shifting / spending much time to mobiles. Please try to find out your aim for self satisfaction keeping future in mind & try to read newspaper as well as develop habit of reading books. That will help eventually in long run. Thanks.
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Package for Anger Management

M.Sc - Psychotherapy, M.Phil - Psychology, Phd - Psychology
Psychologist, Chennai
Package for Anger Management

What is this package about?

Uncontrolled anger can cause great havoc in your life if professional assistance is not sought. Mental peace and emotional balance rest on keeping your anger in check. 

This assisted anger management program provides several benefits: 
The main USP of this package is regular follow-ups along with the use of scientifically proven meditation techniques. This package strives to address the issue that hampers your overall mental well-being.

The one-month program covers the following:
- Scientific Assessment
- Prescription of stress reducing techniques
- Teaching of relaxation techniques
- Building of self-awareness 
- Complete counselling and support pertaining to the case

The anger management package will cover:
- Instructions on proper meditation techniques
- Provision of breathing techniques
- Provision of assistance for the resolution of personal problems 
- Provision of regular counselling sessions

The treatment process includes: 
1. Conducting lifestyle related inquiries
2. Understanding of your personal problems that may be plaguing you
3. Studying of your medical case history and treatment

Results you can expect:
- Improved anger management
- Better life style
- Reduced stress and improved self worth and confidence

How To Get Rid Of Ache And Pain With Help Of Ayurveda?

Diploma in Hospital Administration, Post Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Management (P.G.D.H.M), Diploma in Herbal Beauty Therapy & Cosmotology, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Mumbai
How To Get Rid Of Ache And Pain With Help Of Ayurveda?

It’s not just painful but also very irritating to have that odd neck, back, knee or any other muscular pain. Just sitting and waiting for the pain to go is something that we just cannot do. We want instant relief! Some of us wonder how we even got this pain. Asking around we find answers such as an incorrect posture of the body, too much of physical stress on a particular muscle or staying still in one position for a long time. Right, long working hours sitting in front of a computer.

  • Ayurveda dives a bit deeper to find out the cause of muscular pain. According to Ayurveda, the muscle pain is caused by collection of harmful toxins in a particular area of the body which blocks the smooth transportation of essential nutrients, which leads to the aggravation of the “Vata” element in the body and causing muscular pain. There is no exception to any age group from this pain.
  • Once again, body, diet and health, are all inter- linked. Ayurveda says a prominent way to avoid muscular pain is our diet. Cheese, cakes, meat, processed food, caffeine are strictly to be avoided by Ayurveda. This is because these kinds of foods dry up the muscles making them stiff and causing pain.
  • If a person experiences muscular pain, Ayurveda has natural and chemical free methods to manage the pain. The main method is the practice of Abhyanga. It includes the application of oil all over the body, and massaging the areas where pain is experienced gently. This improves blood circulation with the nutrients needed all over the body. The heating properties of the oil stimulate the same.
  • At Dr. Vaidya’s, we have innovative products which help in prevention and management of muscular pain. One of them is the evergreen super popular, Rumox Balm. Rumox balm is a special Ayurvedic formulation that has an anti-inflammatory properties and an analgesic effect. Apart from treating swelling and muscular pain, it also provides relief from all types of arthritic pain.
  • Another product tried by thousands of our loyal customers is Sandhivati, which is a strong formulation for treatment of arthritis. Composed of Maharasnadi Quath Ghan powder and Mahayograj Guggul powder, this product is used for effective treatment of muscular, joint and arthritic pain.
  • We also have special herbal massage oil called Nirgundi Oil, a formulation of Til Oil, Castor Oil, Sarsav Oil and Nirgundi Extract. It is to be gently applied over the pain affected area.
  • We have a range over thirty products that include your daily use products such as Herbodanty, medicine for cold, cough, shampoo etc. Our in-house doctor, Dr. (Mrs.) Surya Bhagwati (BAMS, DHA, DHHCM, and DHBTC) can help you build your Ayurveda knowledge and help diagnose any medical issues you may be suffering from. Following our founder, Dr.Natoobhai Vaidya. Legacy we continue to offer free consultation to all our patients. We strive to be one of the best Ayurvedic Clinics in Mumbai while following his beliefs of providing high quality medicine, superior customer care and to be dedicated to our patients welfare.

What does it mean when you get dreams of dying. Please some psychologist help me. I am very worried, I often get such dreams.

PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
What does it mean when you get dreams of dying. Please some psychologist help me. I am very worried, I often get such...
Hello dear the dreams ars representative of our subconscious. Dreams of dying might reflect some sort of fear in your mind regarding your life. Try to introspect and work on that negative thinking by indulging in positive thinking. Also try meditation to calm your mind before sleeping.
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Hi doctors, I got married late in 27 years, I was working as lecturer in maths, due to marriage I resignef for job, my in laws promised to send me to hyderabad as he works here, but atr marriage I was in laws dint sent me to hyd, I was kept in in laws home, they torchured me a lot, even my husband listens to his parents write more, he also left me in in law home for four months even though we are newly married, later I came here I got conceived I was happy wot my husband, but in. My fifth month again in laws told my husband to live me in their home, my husband respects his parents a lot he will not care me in presence of his parents, I went there forcefully, but in three days I was aborted, in my fifth month, I was made to. Do work more so I got aborted, baby was dead in. Stomach.but they dint care, I went to mom. Home my parents took. Care of me, I felt I got rebirth, I suffered a lot in one year, now i.came.to husband home directly from mom. Home, im not able to judgr anyone in. My family, y thy torchured. Me so much, my husband s very good but he ll change bcz of his parents influence, wencan I plan for. My second baby, I am. Willing to do job, as I got break its new place for. Me im not knowing how to search job also, please guide me, shall I go to job or shall I stay in. Home till. My second baby delivery, can I work even during next pregnancy, how to understand my husband, and his parents lplz guide me, your suggestions help me a lot for my life.so Please suggets me i am i so much depression cause of that.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
You are an adult and if in the past you felt you lost your child due to physical and mental stress caused at your in-laws house we suggest you should get the second child delivery done at your own mom's place and then with passage of time everything will be fine and your husband will also be bonded to you more strongly. In case you still need any further information or assistance or any advice you may get back to us on a private consultation.
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I have problem of thinking. Anxiety disturbing my lifestyle how much I want to quit but unable to stop thinking please help any medicine which help me to relax my mind.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I have problem of thinking. Anxiety disturbing my lifestyle how much I want to quit but unable to stop thinking pleas...
Tremors, feeling anxious or nervous, sense of panic, sweating, increased heartbeat, feeling of impending doom, stomach discomfort, dizziness etc are signs of anxiety. These can be debilitating. If the anxiety us overwhelming, consult a psychiatrist at the earliest. With the right medication and counseling, it is likely your symptoms will improve.
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What Suicidal Depression Feels Like!

Ph. D - Psychology, Professional Certified Coach
Psychologist, Ahmedabad
What Suicidal Depression Feels Like!

Depression is an illness which has a direct impact on the brain. People feel that it’s just feeling down but it is more than that. It is a serious illness caused by changes in brain chemistry. There are other factors also that contribute to the onset of depression, including

  1. Genetics,

  2. Changes in hormone levels,

  3. Stress,

  4. Difficult life circumstances.

Any of the above mentioned factors or combination can precipitate changes in brain chemistry and may lead to depression. Depression is a serious and a very common condition these days which may lead to suicide in extreme cases.

Signs of Depression:

  1. Loss of pleasure in virtually all activities,

  2. Feeling of fatigue or lack of energy,

  3. Difficulty with concentration or memory,

  4. An increase or decrease in appetite, with a corresponding change in weight.

  5. Thoughts of suicide Depression & Suicide.

A major cause of suicide is mental illness, very commonly depression. People feeling suicidal are overwhelmed by painful emotions and see death as the only way out, losing sight of the fact that suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary state. Most people who succeed with living feel glad that they resist and are alive today. Suicidal thoughts may be fleeting or more frequent, passive or active. People who are in depress state often start preparing for death, such as giving away possessions or acquiring a gun and these are cause of great concern and should be taken very seriously.

How to judge if suicide is a possibility?

There may be some warning signs, though hard to predict but can be an area of concern:

  1. Being depressed or signs of some mental disorders.

  2. Talking about the loss of interest in living or not to be around.

  3. Increased social isolation.

  4. Mood swings very often.

  5. Buying suicide materials.

  6. Preoccupation with death.

While anyone can become suicidal, there are certain risk factors that make suicide more likely:

  1. Previous suicide attempts.

  2. Recent losses like loss of a relationship or job.

  3. Cultural and religious beliefs supporting suicide.

  4. Access to means of suicide.

How to help a depressed person?

  • Let the person know if you've noticed a change in their behaviour.

  • Spend time talking with the person about their experiences and let them know that you're there to listen without being judgmental.

  • Suggest the person see a doctor or health professional and/or help them to make an appointment.

  • Offer to go with the person to the doctor or health professional.

  • Help the person to find information about depression and anxiety from a website or library.

  • Encourage the person to try to get enough sleep, exercise and eat healthy food.

  • Discourage the person from using alcohol or other drugs to feel better.

  • Encourage friends and family members to invite the person out and keep in touch, but don't pressure the person to participate in activities.

  • Encourage the person to face their fears with support from their doctor/psychologist.

Remember that your loved one's depression isn't anyone's fault. You can't fix the person's depression — but your support and understanding can help.

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I am taking allopathic medicine from last 4 years because of anxiety attacks, depression, insomnia, alcohol withdrawal but I want to switch to ayurveda so please suggest the best treatment accordingly and can ayurveda treatment cure my problem in whole life.

Bechhlor of ayurvedic medicine and surgery
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
I am taking allopathic medicine from last 4 years because of anxiety attacks, depression, insomnia, alcohol withdrawa...
Medha vati 2 bd after meal Ashwagandharisht 3 tsf +saraswatarisht 3 tsf Both to be taken 6 tsf of water after meal twice a day Badam rogan - - put 2-2 drops each nostrils twice a day.
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How can I concentrate on my studies Since few years I am not concentrate more on studies Now a days I am forget much things.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Zirakpur
Keep body detoxified by herbs and initiate good food habits n lifestyle. Start adopting breathing exercise esp kapalbhati and anulom vilom. Smritivardhak herbs to be taken as food supplement. You may get herbs from us too. Please consult on private Lybrate text.
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Hi, I am 21 Female. I am in a relationship. It's been 5 years now but our relationship doesn't look good. There is no understanding between us. He can't understand me he loves me but he takes everything so easy. He can live for months without talking to me but I can't even be a day without communicating him. I don't know how to change him. I just want to live happily without him but I'm failing every time he convinces me so quickly and easily but I'm not getting that how to change him and convince him I just want to live happily without him but I don't know how. Please suggest me either to change him or to leave him please I am almost getting mad. I'm always thinking about him and I have no thought. I'm unable to eat and sleep. Please suggest me.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
One of the major issues appears to be your pre-occupation with the partner and relationship. It appears to be a good time to rekindle with your original self, the way you were before the relationship. Allow yourself to nurture your original hobbies and activities, your previously pleasurable activities eg. Meeting up with other people (friends/cousins. But with a focus on yourself and not to change him. Let time take it's course from there on. Try and meet a counsellor for individual therapy. Best of luck.
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