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Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Anger Management Therapy
Treatment of Behaviour & Thought Problems
Quit Smoking Techniques
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Memory Improvement Techniques
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment
Treatment of Abnormal Behaviour
Psychological Diagnosis (Adult And Child)
Electroconvulsive Therapy (Ect) Treatment
Management of Emergency Conditions
Manual Therapy Treatment
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I am feeling that Dr.Thakur is more a friend than a doctor during my treatment of mental disorder Somatization. I was suffering from Somatization from last 18 years. Before starting Dr. Thakur treatment, I have done many medical investigations for diagnosis of any disease. The first most important part of any treatment is right diagnosis of disease or disorder & that was done by Dr. Thakur. I started his treatment for Somatization before 07 years & still continue. My condition was very critical when I started his treatment, however my health is improving day by day after every visit with him by combination of best counseling & best medicine. After that I suggested him to many of my friends & family members for their psychiatric problems & all are benefitted from his treatment. I strongly recommend him as a best doctor for all your mental disorders. Sachin Patel, M-09998007974.
Dr. Vishwamohaji ....what can I say ...speechless ...saying about your deeds for my family n me can't be described in words for me your name says everything Vishwa(world)Mohan (one of name of lord krishna) you truly arrived in our lives as god at the toughest time we were going thru ...when we met for the first time (in 2002) till today I never felt I am with a doctor. You made me feel at home with my uncle in your company till today and I msure for my entire life. I am blessed to have you as a uncle in my life whom I met as a doctor but since I met I found a great great doctor in my uncle who really healed all my uncle's wounds so softly as nothing happened to him and same with my mother in 2013 ....thanks would be very small for this deeds of yours .....respectfully yours Malay Jc & fa OK exmily
Dr. Vishwamohan Thakur brought me out of clinical depression. He was not at all patronizing or adamant. When I went to him with my wife for the first time I was a nervous wreck. Nothing interested me and a dark bottomless abyss was all that I confronted during my waking hours. It was Dr. Thakur who helped me come out of this terrible situation by proper medication and apt counseling. I wish him well. Kanaiya Varde
we have been in contact with Dr Thakur since last 5 years. We have found him to be extremely good psychiatrist, He give lot of time to his patients to understand the problems faced and to find right solution. He is also very good in counselling. We feel he is one of the best in this profession.
You are genius and knowledgeable doctor, there is no doubt. but you keep eyes on your staff also, some years ago when I visited your clinic, your ward-boy asking me for money(that is other than your fee), I have not given him, but it's bad impression for clinic.
As a doctor you are an extraordinary human being. Thanks for showing so much care and concern as well as for your effective analysis and diagnosis.
Dr. Meena Mehta
he is the best psychiatrist and psychotherapist in India. he always use new psychotherapy model with clients.
Hi. I am 20 years old female. Actually the prob with me is that i am not happy anywhere neither with my family nor friends. I came in relationship at the age of 16. And right now i am still with that guy. i am very insecure about him because whenever I trusted him, he cheated. I tried hard not to talk to him but could not controlled myself. I don't know what to do ? i am a ca student and just because of this my study is affecting. I can't control myself when i get angry. He knows well that in anger I can do anything. I don't wanna live but i am living just because of my parents expectations. I need someone to guide me. Please help'(
Nowadays, drug abuse is a universally condemned action such that selling certain drugs are illegal. Children are not allowed to take drugs until they reach a certain age such as 21 for most states in India. Lots of problems start occurring when you are addicted to a certain drug. It is also nearly impossible to stop since the nerve cells change the way they function due to drugs. These nerve cells overstimulate the 'reward circuit' of the brain. This means that your brain constantly needs to be 'rewarded' and this reward comes in the form of drugs. There are many reasons why people become addicts and here are some of them.
- People want to get high: This is perhaps the most common reason why people become drug addicts. The moment they take in one drug, they love the feeling they get so much that they keep wanting to go back to it.
- People want to fit in: This is also a very common reason. When all your friends and perhaps even your bosses and other superiors are taking drugs, you do not want to feel left out or ostracized by your friend group. This is why many people start taking drugs.
- Unintentionally taking drugs due to injuries or medical conditions: Sometimes a doctor prescribes a medicine for a certain time period but it does not work or works too well and so you keep taking the drug so that you will feel better. This happens more often than you think.
- People take drugs to relieve stress: This is another very common reason why people take drugs. You may easily rationalize with them thinking that taking drugs is a good way to relax from work and family pressures. However, the long term effects of taking drugs are much worse than the stress.
- Boredom from daily life: In young teens and adolescents especially, life can be so boring that they want to try something new and thus resort to drug abuse.
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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