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Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you....more
Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.
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Mayur is known for housing experienced Neurosurgeons. Dr. Madhavan G Menon, a well-reputed Neurosurgeon, practices in Aurangabad. Visit this medical health centre for Neurosurgeons recommended by 72 patients.

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Aurangabad, Maharashtra - 431004
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Dr. Madhavan G Menon

M.Ch - Neuro Surgery, M.S General Surgery
Neurosurgeon
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Impact Of Parkinson's Treatment - How Can It Be Managed?

DM - Neurology, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MD - Medicine
Neurologist, Ghaziabad
Impact Of Parkinson's Treatment - How Can It Be Managed?

Coping with Parkinson’s disease is not an easy task. Whether you or your loved one is suffering from it, the effect of the disease takes a toll. Other than the fact that it is a degenerative disease and the neurological condition deteriorates over time, the mental trauma that Parkinson’s brings; not only to the patient but to the caregiver as well, is a whole chapter on its own. When you are taking care of someone who is suffering from

Parkinson’s disease, it is natural that the emotional upheaval that you may go through will take a huge toll on your health and your mind. It is imperative that you prepare yourself thoroughly, whether you are the patient or the caregiver, about the disease and its treatments.

There is hardly any cure and treatment for the disease. It is still in its research stage and hence, often there is a strong sense of despair that sets in the mind of the patient and their loved ones. It is for this reason you have to prepare yourself to face and fight this disease.

Here are some tips that may help you to cope with the treatments of Parkinson’s disease:

  1. Educate Yourself: Educate yourself about every detail of the disease, specific to the type of Parkinson’s that has affected you or your loved one. Ask questions, whether to your doctor or the nurses. Search through the internet, you will get plenty of genuine information. This is necessary as it will prepare you to face the future head-on. You will understand what you are dealing with and how much worse it can get.
  2. Stay Active: If you are the one who is suffering from Parkinson’s, then write it down as the golden rule – I will have to stay physically active. Staying active will keep your muscles active and there will be a steady functioning of the nervous system. Staying active gives you the benefit of keeping the muscles at work, ultimately fighting the main symptom of Parkinson’s disease. Being physically active is also essential to have a good mental health, both for the patient and the caregiver.
  3. Connect With People: Talk to people, your friends, family members, children, grandchildren and anyone you feel like. If you have any estranged relative, it could be a good time to reconnect. Have wholesome conversations that will influence happy thoughts and encourage you to think and ponder on happy memories. This is crucial as Parkinson’s invites depression and you will have to tackle it vehemently.
  4. Talk to a Mental Health Professional: If you feel that you are losing a complete hold of your life and your depression seems uncontrollable, it is time to visit a professional psychiatrist and seek his/her advice in dealing with your troubled mental condition.


 

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I am male and 29 years of age. I have been suffering from migraine since last 5 years. I always have a very heavy head. It's been long time I had a very sound sleep and woke up actively. I took consultation from few experienced neurologists. But still the problem seem to be unresolved. At times the pain is so severe that it's difficult to explain. Also, being a IT professional my constant exposure to laptop screen adds to the problem. Now please suggest me to get rid of this problem. Is there any any permanent solution in allopathy, homeopathy or ayurveda. Please suggest.

DM - Neurology, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Md
Neurologist, Hyderabad
Hi. Medicines will treat you but doesnot cure the disease. It’s life style changes that helps to get rid of the disease or at least decreases the frequency of headaches. Avoid skipping food, maintain proper timings. Drink plenty of water. Have 8 hours of sound sleep per day. Avoid Chinese and coffee if possible. Wear goggles when going in sunlight. U can take 3-6 months course of tab. Sibelium 5 mg once a day and tab. Amitone 10 mg half tablet after dinner. For acute severe episodes use Naxdom 500 mg on sos basis.
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My wife is suffering from headache for last 25 years. I got CT scan but clear. Neurologist says it is migraine. Her weight is increasing. 72 kg. She cannot bear sharp light, air, little mental tension etc. What should I do?

CCEBDM, PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology, MBBS
General Physician, Ghaziabad
Get BP and eye sight checked, x ray PNS, thyroid hormones T3 T4 Tsh 1.Sleep.Go to bed and get up about the same times every day, 3. Eat regular meals. 4. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration 5. Relax – listen soothing music. Walk for 5 mts 6.avoid .stress, 7. .avoid strong stimuli like loud noises, and smell of food 8. Keep your routine fixed and regular Medicine can not be advised for open question, for medicine contact on private chat.
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My grandmother taking lonazep 0.25 gm since 5 days having alzeimer and panic attacks frequently. In first 2 days it was effective but now its not showing any effect on her. Reason?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
My grandmother taking lonazep 0.25 gm since 5 days having alzeimer and panic attacks frequently. In first 2 days it w...
Lonazep is not the right drug for alzheimer's, consult a psychiatrist ad get proper one for the same, as lonazep is a benzodiazepine and can cause falls and worsening of cognition in alzheimer's.All the best.
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Due to the problem of sleep apnea a patient can take alcohol once or twice in a week.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Due to the problem of sleep apnea a patient can take alcohol once or twice in a week.
These are two different things. Alcohol is a personal choice (a stimulant which can be addictive also ). Regarding sleep apnea talk to the doctor for a thorough medical examination. Physical examination and some basic tests will help to assess your condition, and let the doctor advise accordingly. You can update the reports and other details including the doctor's opinion for clarification. You can also take the help of Homeopathy which can address the problems in a holistic manner. You can contact me for a private consultation.
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Dear Doctor, I have tingling in my palms and feet since April. Besides I also started having neck pain, followed by back and now knee pain. I was asked to undergo blood tests but everything was normal. I had vitamin deficiency in November and had same symptoms but this time it was not deficiency thing. MRI of the neck region was taken but even that did not help the doctors much as it showed a little findings which the doctor said is common with people who sit for long hours on computer. Also the physiotherapy here did not help. The process here is very slow. So I would like to travel to India and proceed with diagnosis. Who would be the most appropriate doctor (specialist) to address this issue and how should I approach the same?

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT, Certificate in Kinetic Control of Low Back and Hip, Neck and Shoulder, Certificate in Barefoot Training and Injury Prevention
Physiotherapist, Bangalore
Dear Doctor, I have tingling in my palms and feet since April. Besides I also started having neck pain, followed by b...
Hi lybrate-user, The symptoms that you have described does not match a specific disorder and hence it is difficult to comment here. However you can consult a general physician/ Internal medicine/ Neuro first. They may ask for few blood tests. If all are normal, then probably you can consult a physio. Till then, please make sure you get sufficient sunlight atleast for 20 mins a day.
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I am 27 years old boy. I am suffering heart beat, dizziness, little bit breathing problems, if I am going to sleep, I feel that I will die, I have sleeping apnea problem, doctor says that I have anxiety problem. What should I do?

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
I am 27 years old boy. I am suffering heart beat, dizziness, little bit breathing problems, if I am going to sleep, I...
Hi, Lybrate user, You are obeased, need to monitor your weight ,please. Obesity cause ,fatigue, lithargicity,acidity with sleepy mood. Tk, plenty of water to hydrate your body. Your diet be easily digestible on time to check gastric disorder. Tk, homoeopathic medicine: @ Calcarea carb 200 -5 drops ,thrice. Avoid, junkfood, alcohol and Nicotine. Tk,care.
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According to MRI and CT scan reports there are a small thin wall cystic focus in inferior of left basal ganglia with enlarged virchow robins space in my wife's brain. Sir is it fatal disease? And is surgery necessary?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
A brain cyst is a small sac that is filled with air, liquid or another type of material. Cysts are different than tumors. A cyst is small, noncancerous sac. A tumor, in contrast, is caused by the abnormal growth of cancerous cells, forming a lump full of tissue. A brain cyst may not cause any symptoms or it may cause a variety of different symptoms, depending on where in the brain it is located. Brain cysts can have several different causes. Many types of brain cysts arise while a fetus is developing in the womb, caused by a developmental abnormality. Other types of cysts, including dermoid and epidermoid cysts, also occur because of an abnormality of brain development. These cysts occur when cells that are programmed to turn into skin tissue accidentally become trapped on the inside of the developing fetal brain. Although cysts and tumors are completely different types of structures, some brain cysts may be caused by the rapid growth of cells that cause tumors. The pork tapeworm, called Taenia solium, burrows into human tissue and forms small, hard cysts Secondary arachnoid cysts, which is the name used for cysts that develop later in life, may be caused by an injury to the brain or as a complication of brain surgery Surgery may or may not be require depending on the cause and the symptoms it is currently causing vs post surgical outcome.
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