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Techniques To Help You With Overthinking!

Masters In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Gurgaon
Techniques To Help You With Overthinking!

When you find yourself stuck in an uncomfortable thought cycle, perhaps worrying about something in the future or dwelling on something from the past, it can spiral very quickly, leading to upset, anxiety, and distress. Often, we know that going over and over something is not going to change the outcome and it certainly isn’t any good for our wellbeing. We know this, but it’s so easy to get stuck in it.

What is a grounding technique? A grounding technique is a great tool to break the cycle and bring you to the here and now. They help us come back to the current moment and distract you from unhelpful, overwhelming thinking patterns. By no means are grounding techniques the be all and end all to our problems, but when practiced, they can provide the relief you need. Remember, much of your stress and anxiety is being triggered by your thoughts. A grounding technique helps you to move away from those thoughts, gives you space before you react and triggers off your relaxation response, which is needed in these moments. Here are the two grounding techniques that I get the most positive feedback on (that includes from friends and clients):

Grounding Technique: Name 5 things you can see (pen, lamp, grass) Name 4 things you can feel (wind on my face, elbow on the table) Name 3 things you can hear (traffic, birds singing) Name 2 things you can smell or like the smell of (coffee, cut grass) Name 1 thing you like about yourself (sense of humour, freckles)

The Colour Grounding Technique: Pick any colour of your choice (I usually start with red) Look around you and find 5 things of that colour Pick another colour and repeat (I would say to do this with at least five different colours) The best thing about these techniques is they can be done anywhere. When you are in a moment of distress, it can be really hard to remind yourself to do a grounding technique, or even if you do remember, it can be hard to make yourself actually do it. This is normal, so don’t put high expectations on yourself. At the first point you catch yourself spiralling, this is when you can do the grounding technique.

Don’t be hard on yourself if you don’t catch yourself early, just congratulate yourself when you do. If during or after practicing the grounding technique, you find your mind shifts back to the overthinking, that’s OK. You might even feel more relaxed and may think about it clearer and see things from a new perspective. If it continues to spiral, repeat the grounding technique. You can also make them last longer. For example, if I’m finding it harder to let go of certain thoughts, I might pick a harder colour and look for 10 things. There are no hard rules here, it’s about what helps you to feel better. You will have to make an active decision that the current thinking is not doing you any good and if you want to get out of it, you will need to do something different. The more you do it, the easier it will become.

For best results, it is advised to practice grounding techniques every day, at times when there is no stress at all or on things that are only slightly distressing. This means when harder times come around, you are more likely to remember to use the new tools you have. The one thing I can tell you for sure is if you are looking for ways to manage overthinking, worrying and/or ruminating, it will require you to do something different. It can feel like you have no control over your thoughts, but you do. Whilst you can’t control what comes into your mind, you can control how much attention you give it.

There are many other grounding techniques out there that you can research and try out. The techniques I have given you are two of many. It’s not a one size fits all, so play around with them and see what you like/dislike.

Homeopathy And Mental Effect!

Homeopath, Delhi
Homeopathy And Mental Effect!

In the 18th century, most of the diseases were treated by bleeding a patient along with administration of laxatives. These treatments were termed as heroic treatments. The heroism was only of the patients who suffered at the hands of such interventions. 

Homeopathy is an alternative medicine which was created by Samuel Hahnemann, in the 18th century, who was disgusted with the conventional treatment. He postulated homeopathy's "Law of Similars", which states that a substance which can treat the symptoms of a disease can also induce symptoms in a healthy person. This was based on his theory of eating cinchona bark a source of quinine which was used to treat malaria. After he consumed that, he experienced the symptoms of malaria.

Homeopathy is considered to be controversial because of Hahnemann's postulate of the Law of Potentization, which states that homeopathic medicines become strong with more dilution. 

If one must really believe in homeopathy then they need to know that it does not have a placebo effect. This has been proved by some strong examples. As per WHO, homeopathy is considered as the world's second largest point of care for healthcare. England's Royal family is also a strong supporter of homeopathy. Britain has placed homeopathy on their National Health system. In Britain, 45% doctors do not shy away from referring their patients to homeopathic medicine. There are many people across the world that trust only homeopathic medicines over allopathic medicines.

There is an increasing trend in the conventional doctors using homeopathic remedies. Also in European countries the doctors prefer to refer patients to physicians who practice homeopathy. Homeopathy is slowly taking over the world. A random research showed that 45% British conventional physician along with 39% of French family physicians and 20% of German physicians are using homeopathic remedies. Also, 10% of Italian physicians use these remedies.

Despite its increasing trend in Britain, it is not so well accepted in the United States. As per a report by Harvard, homeopathy only accounts for 0.5% of usage in the United States.
 

My brother is suffering from mental disorders. He is having symptoms like speaking himself for hours continuously roaming here and there for hours, not taking any food from past one week. He is telling that we mixed some thing we mixed and given shouting on all our family members not at all sleeping and giving lectures about money. His age is 26 years. Before 6 years he behaved like this when he failed examination. Now recently I think because of job he is taking tension. He is not interested to visit doctor he is totally in different world. Please help me doctor we don't have any solution what to do.

CCEBDM, PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology, MBBS
General Physician, Ghaziabad
My brother is suffering from mental disorders. He is having symptoms like speaking himself for hours continuously roa...
1.no alcohol 2. Reduce body wt 3. No smoking 4. Diet - no ghee/ butter, have mix of vegetable oils - mustard, til, ground nut, olive oil, have more green vegetables and fruits, have whole grain atta, no fried. Fast. Spicy / processed/ junk food. Less sugar, potato, rice 5. 30 mts brisk walk daily 6. Deep breathing exercise for 10 mts daily 7. Meditation daily for 10 mts. 6-8 hrs of sleep at night 8. Social support from friends and family members 9. Expose your body to sun for 15-20 mts daily after some oil massage to get vit d. For medicine contact on private chat. Good luck.

Depression - Things To Know About It

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Delhi
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Depression is recognized as a mood disorder characterized by the prolonged feeling of sadness and loss of interest in otherwise regular activities. The symptoms include loss of sleep and appetite, loss of interest, persistent feeling of sadness and lowered self-esteem. These symptoms should last for a minimum of 4 weeks for the individual to be diagnosed with depression.

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द्विध्रुवी विकार कारण, लक्षण और उपचार - Dwidhruvi Vikar Karan, Lakshan Aur Upchar!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Lakhimpur Kheri
द्विध्रुवी विकार कारण, लक्षण और उपचार - Dwidhruvi Vikar Karan, Lakshan Aur Upchar!

द्विध्रुवी विकार (Bipolar Disorder) एक गंभीर मानसिक रोग है, जिसमें बीमारी से ग्रस्त व्यक्ति की मनोदशा असामान्य रूप से बदलती है. इस बीमारी में वे कभी बहुत खुश, सक्रिय, उन्माद में रह सकते हैं और फिर इस स्थिति से वे उदास, निराश, निष्क्रिय, अवसाद में आ सकते हैं. फिर वे दोबारा से खुश हो सकते हैं. बीच में उनकी मनोदशा अक्सर सामान्य होती है. खुशी की मनोदशा को मेनिया और उदासी की मनोदशा को अवसाद कहते हैं. आगे हम द्विध्रुवी विकार के बारे मैं जानेंगे.

द्विध्रुवी विकार के लक्षण-
द्विध्रुवी विकार के लक्षण जीवन में कभी भी बचपन से 50 वर्ष के उम्र तक में उभर सकते हैं. हालांकि यह अक्सर किशोरावस्था के आगे व वयस्कता के शुरुआत में होता है. पर बच्चे व व्यसकों को भी यह हो सकता है. बीमारी हो जाती है तो यह बीमारी अक्सर जीवन भर रहती है.

द्विध्रुवी विकार से पीड़ित व्यक्ति की मनोदशा असामान्य रूप से बदलता हुआ प्रतीत हो सकता है. वह कभी एकदम खुश या उन्माद की स्थिति में तो फिर कभी एकदम निराश, अवसाद के रूप में हो सकता है. मरीज में असामान्य रूप से तीव्र भावना हो सकती है. उनके गतिविधि के स्तर में परिवर्तन पाये जा सकते हैं व उनमें असामान्य व्यवहार पाये जा सकते हैं. दिन-प्रतिदिन उनके कार्य करने की क्षमता प्रभावित हो सकती है.

द्विध्रुवी विकार में खुशी के मनोदशा को मेनिया व उदासी के मनोदशा को अवसाद कहते हैं. इस बीमारी के मेनिया एपिसोड व अवसाद एपिसोड में निम्न लक्षण हो सकते हैं:
1. द्विध्रुवी विकार के मेनिया एपिसोड के लक्षण
2. आत्म-महत्व की बढ़ती भावना
3. अति चिड़चिड़ापन
4. उत्तेजक या आक्रामक व्यवहार
5. कमजोर एकाग्रता
6. नींद नहीं आना
7. दवाओं का दुरुपयोग, जैसे कोकीन, शराब या नींद की दवाएँ लेना
8. पागलों के तरह खर्च करना
9. मूड में घबराहट
10. यौन व्यवहार में वृद्धि
11. विचारों का तेजी से बदलना, तेजी से बात करना, विचारों के बीच में दौड़ना
12. ऊर्जा बढ़ जाना, गतिविधि, बेचैनी

द्विध्रुवी विकार के अवसादग्रस्त एपिसोड के लक्षण-
1. ऊर्जा में कमी, थकान
2. उदास, चिंतित या खाली महसूस करना
3. अपराध, निष्ठा या असहायता की भावना
4. निराशा व निराशावाद की भावना
5. निर्णय लेने में कठिनाई होना
6. सेक्स या अन्य किसी भी गतिविधि में रुचि या खुशी का न होना
7. बेचैनी और चिड़चिड़ापन
8. भूख में कमी
9. अचानक वजन घटना या बढ़ना
10. मृत्यु या आत्महत्या का विचार आना

द्विध्रुवी विकार के कारण-
द्विध्रुवी विकार का सही कारण अब तक ज्ञात नहीं हो सका है. हालांकि आनुवांशिक, पर्यावरण, बदलती मस्तिष्क संरचना और रसायन विज्ञान का संयोजन का भूमिका इस विकार के लिए हो सकता है. जिस समय इस विकार के लक्षण सामने आते हैं उस समय भी इसका कारण हमेशा स्पष्ट नहीं होता है. यह आनुवांशिक भी हो सकता है. असामान्य मस्तिष्क संरचना और क्रियाविधि के कारण भी ऐसा विकार हो सकता है. पर इसके सबसे सामान्य कारण मस्तिष्क के चोट, अधिक तनाव, तंत्रिका संबंधी चोट हो सकते हैं.

द्विध्रुवी विकार के उपचार-
जैसा कि द्विध्रुवी विकार होने के सही कारण का अब तक पता नहीं चला है. अतः इसका कोई निश्चित उपचार भी अब तक नहीं ढूंढा जा सका है. वर्तमान में इसके निदान बीमारी के लक्षण और परिवार के इतिहास पर आधारित होता है. मनोचिकित्सा व दवाओं के द्वारा ही इसका इलाज का प्रबंध किया जाता है.

इसके इलाज में दवा के रूप में आमतौर पर मस्तिष्क स्थिर करने वाली दवा दिया जाता है. लिथियम सबसे अधिक निर्धारित मूड स्टेबलाइजर है. जब्ती विकारों के इलाज के लिए एंटीकनवाल्स्लेट दवाएं दी जाती है. एंटीसाइकोटिंक्स व एंटीडिप्रेसंट का भी प्रयोग किया जाता है. द्विध्रुवी विकार के इलाज में दवाओं के अलावा मनोचिकित्सा व परिवार के लोगों का सहायता भी लिया जाता है.

द्विध्रुवी विकार (Bipolar Disorder) के लिए सबसे अच्छा मूड स्टेबलाइजर में कार्बमाजिपिन (कार्बाट्रोल, एपिटोल, इकेट्रो, टेगेटोल), डेवलप्रोक्स सोडियम (डीपकोटे), लैमट्रीजीन (लैमिक्टल), लिथियम व वैलप्रोइक एसिड (डेपाकिन) शामिल है.

दवाओं के साइड इफेक्ट-
द्विध्रुवी विकार के इलाज में प्रयोग की जाने वाले दवाओं के कुछ साइड इफेक्ट भी हैं. इस बीमारी के इलाज में प्रयोग की जाने वाली दवाओं से मतली, उल्टी और दस्त हो सकते हैं. शरीर में सिहरन या उनींदापन भी हो सकते हैं. प्यास ज्यादा लगना व पेशाब ज्यादा होने की शिकायत भी हो सकती है. दवाई के प्रयोग शुरू होने के बाद प्रारंभ के कुछ महीनों में वजन में वृद्धि हो सकती है.

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Sir namaskar. Me achanak acha hota hu or achanak udaas ho jata hu kabhi kbhi mujhe bhoot vichar ajate hai me ghar se bahar jate huye bhi ghabrata hu khi mujhe kuch ho gya to bhot dar lagta h confident low ho jata h sir kya ye depression to nhi h please halp me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Sir namaskar. Me achanak acha hota hu or achanak udaas ho jata hu kabhi kbhi mujhe bhoot vichar ajate hai me ghar se ...
You seems to be under stress try to relax yourself -- exercise. Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to combat stress. Take a few minutes to breathe in and out in slow, deep breaths. Reduce your caffeine intake. Write it down. Chew gum. Spend time with friends and family. Laugh. Massage. Eat a healthy diet. Pursue one hobbywalk in nature meditation. Yoga. For more details you can consult me.
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I something feel senseless l become scared I feel trouble in breathing sometimes.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I something feel senseless l become scared I feel trouble in breathing sometimes.
Do you suffer from frequent cold n cough. When do you feel trouble in breathing. What other symptoms do you feel along with this. Try to relax yourself -- exercise. Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to combat stress. Take a few minutes to breathe in and out in slow, deep breaths. Reduce your caffeine intake. Write it down. Chew gum. Spend time with friends and family. Laugh. Massage. Eat a healthy diet. Pursue one hobbywalk in nature meditation. Yoga. For more details you can consult me.

Do You Have Realistic Expectations From Your Partner?

Ph. D - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Do You Have Realistic Expectations From Your Partner?

Many times people enter into relationships with unrealistic expectations from their partners and from the relationship itself, idealizing it to be perfect. This often leads to a lot of struggle and eventually to disappointment causing unhealthy behaviors and this turns their fairytale into a nightmare overnight. A healthy relationship requires trust, honesty, equality and most of all mutual respect and these are the exact things that we often find missing in a relationship. So what are the realistic expectations?

Let’s dive in.

1. Where two people begin to spend a lot of time together, disagreements and arguments are bound to take place. It is normal for your partner to feel angry at you or unintentionally hurt you sometimes. There will be fights so when things are getting heated, a more sensible thing would be to be mindful about the words you choose to communicate any issues to your partner.

2. Your partner will feel irritable and at times be emotionally unavailable for you when you need them. Your partner can have bad days when he/she is going through a rough patch, probably at work or with some friend that would cause them to be in a bad mood. You should give your partner space to recuperate and also find your own coping strategies; have hobbies and friends of your own with whom you can spend time.

3. People who are in relationships also have lives outside the relationship and depending upon the circumstances their priorities can change. You can expect your partner to spend quality time with other people also or at times miss an important event that you had planned with them. For example, your partner may have to skip a lunch date because their mother fell sick and they had to go to visit them. As much as it is unhealthy to spend little time together it is also unhealthy to be spending too much time together.

4. Partners in a relationship are human beings and humans make mistakes. To accept that your partner is as human as you are and that they may have their own weaknesses and flaws will help you to forgive your partner’s mistakes. You will be able to move past it and live a harmonious life with your partner.

5. Sometimes you have to express your feelings to your partner verbally so that they know what you are expecting from them. Feelings and expectations can be best understood by another person if they are communicated to them clearly. At the same time, It is also realistic to expect that your partner won’t be able to read your mind.

6. Your partner’s opinions and views will differ from your own and sometimes if you alter or change your opinion about something because of your partner, it does not make you small or less of a person. You can, in turn, express your views or your logic to your partner respectfully if you disagree with them. Active listening, compassionunderstanding and kindness are more important to sustain a long lasting healthy relationship.

7. Expect that ‘change is constant’ in relationships. Your partner can express love and feelings of affection to you in a different way which will be a new experience for you. With time and age, every person grows and changes along with their feelings. However, that does not mean that the love and concern for you have faded away. It only means that your partner has become comfortable with you and doesn’t feel the need to please you.

8. Every relationship goes through ups and downs. Expect your relationship to be imperfectly perfect. You have not to compare your partner with others and think how happy they are in their relationship. Your partner may have certain qualities which others may not have. The comparison will only make you feel worse about your own partner and find all sorts of flaws in him/her. Remember, the grass always seems to be greener on the other side.

Problems arise because we assume the other person shares our expectations. But when something doesn’t go the way we think it should, we feel frustrated, disappointed and even angry.

Problems arise because we assume the other person shares our expectations. But when something doesn’t go the way we think it should, we feel frustrated, disappointed and even angryProblems arise because we assume the other person shares our expectations. But when something doesn’t go the way we think it should, we feel frustrated, disappointed and even angry.

marriage counselor or relationship expert can help you understand your own expectations, as well as your partner’s, and showing a willingness to reach a common ground. A marriage counselor can help you explore effective ways to avoid the frustrations and pain of unmet expectations and build a stronger connection.
 

I forget everything before my exam. I read regularly in a fixed chart. But in the examination time I forget everything whatever I read. How this problem can be solved? I spend 6-7 hours everyday for my study. I want to know the solutions. My main problem is I read everything. But when I face the xm. It seems like that I have read nothing. I have forget everything! what should I do right now! I will face my final exam in upcoming april.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Try to relax yourself -- exercise. Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to combat stress. Take a few minutes to breathe in and out in slow, deep breaths. Reduce your caffeine intake. Write it down. Chew gum. Spend time with friends and family. Laugh. Massage. Eat a healthy diet. Pursue one hobbywalk in nature meditation. Yoga. For more details you can consult me.

Hello Mam, I have intense exam fear, panic attack and lot of unwanted negative thoughts in my mind. Some time I have suicidal thoughts.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Hello Mam, I have intense exam fear, panic attack and lot of unwanted negative thoughts in my mind. Some time I have ...
Try to relax yourself -- exercise. Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to combat stress. Take a few minutes to breathe in and out in slow, deep breaths. Reduce your caffeine intake. Write it down. Chew gum. Spend time with friends and family. Laugh. Massage. Eat a healthy diet. Pursue one hobbywalk in nature meditation. Yoga for details you can consult me.
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