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J P Nagar Diagnostics & Health Centre , Bangalore

J P Nagar Diagnostics & Health Centre

Psychologist Clinic

#11,9th Cross ,1st Phase JP Nagar, Next to State Bank of Mysore Near to IG Circle Bangalore
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J P Nagar Diagnostics & Health Centre Psychologist Clinic #11,9th Cross ,1st Phase JP Nagar, Next to State Bank of Mysore Near to IG Circle Bangalore
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Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and fin......more
Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and financial concerns.
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J P Nagar Diagnostics & Health Centre is known for housing experienced Psychologists. Ms. Sandhya C, a well-reputed Psychologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Psychologists recommended by 56 patients.

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5 Warning Signs of Violence in a Relationship

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
5 Warning Signs of Violence in a Relationship

Relationships are either delicate or strong, depending upon the bonding you share with your partner. The bonding depends on various factors. Some of the most essential ones being emotional attachment, friendliness, sense of ease, mental compatibility and a feeling of sustained emotional support from the relationship. This is applicable to all relationships; be it a relationship with your spouse, a parental relation with your children, a relationship with your friends, relatives, etc.

However, it is a common factor that every relationship requires a definite level of friendship, understanding and trust to sustain. However, sometimes you may find eventual signs of distance or detachment, which could be signals of potential violence in the relationship.

  1. Sense of complete possession: This is a vital factor that intricately works behind initiating violence in relationships. Possessiveness is a form of extreme emotional condition. A sense of possessiveness lies in every relation. However, over possessiveness leads you to restrict your loved one to share his love with anyone else. It can even be severe when you may even dislike your loved one talking to anyone else. Therefore, it may lead to eventual abuse or violence in the relationship.
  2. Distrust: Trust and belief are essential elements in any relation. If you tend to lose trust on someone, you can hardly be normal in the relationship. Disbelief results in doubt and continued doubt and resistance lead you to react violently. If you constantly disbelief a person, you are ought to react out of your general personality sometime.
  3. Abuse: Use of abusive language may be a strong indication of emerging distance in a relation. A person indulges in using abusive language out of anger and frustration, both of which could be major signals of potential violence in the near future. Both abusive language and physical violence are considered as forms of violence. Therefore, initial signs of abuses should be considered immediately.
  4. Dominance: In every relationship where two persons are involved, you will usually find any one of them to be dominant. However, that is acceptable until the dominance is within a certain limit. However, if it crosses the limits of patience and acceptability, it may sometimes result in violence.
  5. Short temper Attitude: If any one of the involved persons in the relationship is short tempered, it will definitely be a lead reason of miscommunication or insufficient communication. Short tempered individuals are mostly characterised with low patience. If you do not have patience, you can never offer understanding. And above that, short-tempered attitude can be an additional disadvantage. These types of individuals fail to control their anxiety and can often be violent in relationships. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.
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Are Kids Affecting Your Relationship? Here is what You Should Do!

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Are Kids Affecting Your Relationship? Here is what You Should Do!

It is said that children are a gift and watching them grow up is one of the most joyful things of life. Having said that, many couples initially feel that having a baby will not change the way things are between them and later find out they are wrong. So how do kids affect the bond between a couple and what can be done to make sure that the strain on the parents is not too much to bear?

Having a baby not only changes the equation between the couple but also, in some cases, the equation between the couple and other friends and family. Many parents do receive a lot of support at the time of the delivery and also receive some initial support on making the shift back home from the hospital. After that, in most cases, you are left to fend for yourselves and you have to iron out the details in front of you as you go. In order to do this in the best way possible, it is very crucial for both the parents of the baby to work as a team.

Questions that you need to answer in an objective and frank manner include those which pertain to who does what for the baby, how you will manage adequate rest as well as how you will divide other activities that need to be carried out around the house.

Quite a few couples who, prior to the baby, have amicable relations end up arguing a lot more after the baby is born. The level of exhaustion and responsibility, which comes as part and parcel of not only looking after oneself and providing a level of care to the partner, but also caring jointly for another human is quite a task.

For many couples, the stress shows by the way of strain. Taking a few deep breaths will help tone down anything, which may spark into an argument and will help you solve your issues in a calm manner. Spending time together while running chores for the baby will help you bond better. Taking time out for each other while the baby is asleep or away to a day care or a school is also very important for maintaining a healthy relationship.

As long as there is an effort to adjust to a new normal rather than struggle to deny change, things may be bumpy initially, but it will definitely work out for the better. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.

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My brother is only 20 years old and he is totally drunked into alcoholism for the last 2 years we are trying to make himself free from it but we r failed. So please help us.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Support from family members is very essential. Make your brother understand how alcohol affects the brain function. Keep him away from alcoholic friends. Whenever he gets an urge, he has to divert his attention. Keep him busy and engaged. If all these things does not work out, send him to de-addiction centre as early as possible.
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I have low grasping power problem. My friends understand the whole training in one go or twice but for me it take 10 times to repeat the same thing. Because of this I am failure to pass my certification and test papers. Kindly help I am in depression.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
All the three fingers are not same. Everyone is different. Some people grasp quickly, others take time to understand the same. You come to the second category. Don't feel depressed. It's ok. Pay attention to your work and concentrate on that. If you don't understand at the first time, ask your friends at colleagues to clarify your doubt. Choose the subject that interests you. Everyone has some weakness and strengths. Find out your strength and proceed in that way.
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I am last 10 month suffering from social anxiety disorder. Pls suggest full relief treatment.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am last 10 month suffering from social anxiety disorder. Pls suggest full relief treatment.
Social anxiety cannot be overcome within 1 or 2 days. It is a step by step process which you have to carry out. Firstly you have to start meeting strangers and initiate talking to them. Make friends and talk to them. Slowly you have to increase the number of people you meet and start a conversation with them. To start a conversation, ask their name, their hobbies and about them. Try to give a speech when there are 2 or more people. In this way you can slowly build your confidence and overcome social anxiety.
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Hi Dr. Recently I have consulted an psychiatrist in getting rid of thoughts of depression & feeling of something might go wrong with my health. After use of medication, there is betterment w.r.t the feelings mentioned. But since past one week I always feel giddiness, followed by headache, feeling of fainting, passing by spots at the eyes, unable to concentrate and finding mistakes while reading. Requesting to help out in getting myself away from this condition, as I'm not happy with the way I'm currently and the way I was earlier.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi Dr. Recently I have consulted an psychiatrist in getting rid of thoughts of depression & feeling of something migh...
I understand your concern about your health. But instead of worrying about your future health problems, live in the present and be active. You can't live fearing about your health. Whatever happens, you have to bear it and there are medications to cure diseases. About your giddiness and spots, get your eye tested. It may be due to some defect in the eye.
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Living with Grief and Loss - How to Cope With it?

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Living with Grief and Loss - How to Cope With it?

People often experience grief when they lose something special or someone very valuable to them. This feeling of grief and loss tends to have various adverse effects one one’s personality, relationships and health. The effects of grief on a person usually depend on different factors, which include the kind of loss suffered, the person’s beliefs, age and his mental or physical health.

Losing someone makes each one of us in a different way. Anxiety and feeling helpless are two things that mostly affect people. Feelings of anger and anxiety are also experienced in the early stages of coping with loss. The sadness creeps in eventually. Grief and loss can affect a person seriously and cause different health hazards. It is quite difficult for a person to heal instantly and they continue feeling bad for a long period of time. However, one day you will recover for sure.

Here are some ways to cope with grief and loss:

  1. You have to express yourself and share all the feelings bottled inside you. You should talk about your feelings with a close friend or family member. This is the beginning of the healing process.
  2. When you feel sad, you should not try to avoid it. Feeling sad is a healthy part of the process of grieving and instead of hiding the fact that you are sad under a mask, you should allow the sadness.
  3. Try to follow your regular schedule instead of isolating yourself. By following a schedule you will keep yourself active, which will help in healing. You should take walks and not lock yourself up in a room as this will make your condition worse.
  4. Plenty of sleep is required during the healing stage. Emotional strain makes you tired and hence, undisturbed sleep is very much essential for your health. If you do not get proper sleep, consult a doctor.
  5. A healthy, balanced diet is also important for coping with loss and grief. Avoid food that will wear you down. Eat light and healthy and do not skip meals.
  6. You must avoid intake of substances, which help in easing the pain. Do not consume too much alcohol. It may temporarily numb the pain, but afterwards you will feel worse.
  7. Counselling is important after you get through the initial healing stage on your own. After several weeks or a month, you should go to a counselor and have regular therapy sessions. The ideal time to start counselling depends wholly on you and your state.
  8. Antidepressant medicines can also be taken on prescription for feeling better.

Coping with grief and loss is quite a difficult task. A lot of patience is required and instead of giving into sorrow, one must get up and take all steps required for quick recovery. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.

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Hi my age is 20 and I am a college student. About a month ago I had severe panic attack during my flu and had to be rushed to the hospital. I was having shortness of breath with fever and other flu symptoms. We thought that it was an asthma attack or I was having some problem in my lungs since I was a regular smoker. However after few days all my reports were normal and I was released from the hospital. After a week I had the same thing and again I thought that I would just die. I was again rushed to the hospitals and this time they gave me shots of antibiotics and deriphyllin with some antacids. However after a few days when again my reports were normal I was suggested a psychiatrist and he diagnosed that I was suffering from anxiety disorder. I did not have any type of anxiety or panic before in my life so I refused to take the meds and decided that I will fight this on my own. One thing I observed that after eating full stomach I wud get severe episodes of panic or anxiety. Then I came back home and I was not better at all so I did a bit of my own research and found that when histamine increases in your body you can get anxiety attacks so I bought a cetrizine pill from the nearby drug store and ate it, I was feeling a hell lot of better the other day! so I told this to my doc and he prescribed me cetrizine for another 15 days. I also had blocked or stuffy nose so I was given levocitrazin hydrochloride and I had a weird tightness in my throat for which I was given some kind of gastric medicine. Those pills worked like magic all my anxiety gone I was feeling way better and started going out again. A mistake I did maybe that I started smoking again but very less like one cigarette when my friends were with me. I again caught cold without any fever and my anxiety was back. The cetrizine pills stopped working I am again having itchy skin however sneezing and itchy eyes are not happening and again my stomach is creating hell lot of acid and days and nights have become like hell for me. I can not eat because I get too much anxious or panicked after eating and my BP is too low. nausea DIZZINESS lightheadedness STUFFY NOSE AND CHOKING THROAT WITH ANXIETY AND SKIN ITCHING have become my day to day symptoms. I am not having fever. I am afraid to go out I do not have enough energy even to get my life straight. I am in a very bad place. I have given an allergy test whose reports are still to come. I also have ITCHY SCALP and sweat makes me itch more. I really need some advice. I do not even know which doctor to go to. I just want this misery to end.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi my age is 20 and I am a college student. About a month ago I had severe panic attack during my flu and had to be r...
Hi To overcome your anxiety, relax your mind. Don't think negatively. You have a negative assumption that after eating you will have panic attacks. Change your thinking. Think positively and give positive affirmations to yourself. Learn relaxation techniques and practice daily. Deep breathing will also help you. Develop good hobbies and engage yourself. Join yoga or pranayama classes. This gives you relief.
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I have agoraphobia. I have been formerly diagnosed with it. I have been given propranolol, I also suffer absence seizures, am not on medication for that currently either. With my agoraphobia I can barely go on public transport without feeling nauseous. Would it be safe to take one 10 mg propranolol tablet per day or whenever I need to get on transport?

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I have agoraphobia. I have been formerly diagnosed with it. I have been given propranolol, I also suffer absence seiz...
Exposure therapy helps you. You have to keep saying to yourself that you will come out of this problem. If you decide, then it becomes easy for you. In this therapy, you should start going out to places which you fear directly and face the consequence. Or take someone with you and go the places . First day just go near that place, next go a bit forward, third day some more distance. In the same continue till you come out of that fear. You can and you will definitely overcome fear.
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Dear sir/ madam I am 46 years old guy, jobless, get sweat on my feet and hands. I have anxiety issues (obsession with washing hands called ocd) I also feel irritated and get angry easily due to my ocd. I feel low also, Depressive feelings again due to ocd. I am unable to do things fast. I am slow at all work. I think a lot again due to ocd. I am slow at work. My memory and concentration is very very poor. After any activity I get the urge to wash hands with soap. Please guide me. I would prefer homeopathy. I would be glad if someone help me without any charges. I can pay after I get cured and get a job.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Dear sir/ madam I am 46 years old guy, jobless, get sweat on my feet and hands. I have anxiety issues (obsession with...
Response prevention is the best way to avoid doing things repeatedly. That is whenever you get an urge to repeat , you should avoid it. This may be difficult but if you make up your mind, you can and you will. Nothing is difficult in front of your mind. We human beings are gifted by that by god. We can do miracles if we are strong and determined. Always give positive affirmations to yourself. Dont loose hope. Every problem has solution and it lies within us. You have to find a way.
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Please help me when I sit in class suddenly I got tension and passing motion like feeling. But I'm not passing stool. Please tell me how to reduce tension.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Please help me when I sit in class suddenly I got tension and passing motion like feeling. But I'm not passing stool....
Relaxation helps you to reduce anxiety. keep yourself cool and calm. Why do you feel so anxious when you sit in the class. There is no need to fear. Sit with one of your close friend. You are going to learn and there is no need to fear about it. Tell yourself everyday that you will not be anxious in the classroom and take deep breath. Doing pranayama also helps to reduce your anxiety.
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Dear sirs/madam, My daughter is studying fifth standard at a residential school. Nowadays we get complaints from the school frequently that she is steeling other students things, telling lies for each and every thing and not giving respect to senior students. And the school management reported us about the above problems and told taht if she continues the same then we will send her back. I don't know how handle and how to correct her. I here bu humbly request your good self to give one solution for the above problem. Please do the need full. Thanking you.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi I feel that your child is lacking emotional support. Sit with her and talk to her politely and ask her why she is doing all these things. Find out the reason behind her actions. When a child lies to her parents, it may be because of your strict discipline. She feels scared to share with you. Spend quality time with your child and understand her. Teach her how to behave. For every good behaviour give reward. Do not delay the reward, it should be in the form of appreciation, tokens, gifts or taking her out etc. Make a behaviour chart for her. This will help you.
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Can People Really Change?

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Can People Really Change?

You might often consider whether people really change or do they just pretend that they have changed in order to achieve something. You can change only when you truly want to change. You have to want to change yourself for you, not for somebody else. If you want to change just because you need to make certain adjustments for a particular relationship or because someone else wants you to change, then it is going to be useless. The weight of the change will not be the same until and unless it is your desire and determination to change for you.

But this is extremely difficult. You will always feel that you are perfect the way you are. In fact it is likely you would want the people you are associated with to change according to your terms. You would want the other people to change their ways of carrying themselves so that they can fit into your way of life. This usually causes mayhem as it is extremely difficult for anyone to change according to the whims of someone else. The other person usually ends up feeling bad about him/her when you want them to change.

Coming back to the question of whether people really change, well the answer is yes. People do change. Sometimes, may be you change a certain way you behave when you realize that may be you don't like it. There may be a few things about yourself, which you might not like, which you will try to change once you realize it. But changing is not easy. It takes a lot of time to change certain habits or behavior you are so accustomed to. You will not change with a blink of an eyelid. But eventually, when you work hard towards it for your own benefit and to get the sense of perfection within yourself, you will succeed. But there are a few things or aspects about yourself which can never change no matter how much you try. The way you feel about something might not ever change. If you don't like a certain thing you might never like it. Although if your dislike is towards a person, it might change after you get to know that person. It might also be the opposite. Also changing your bad habits will be extremely difficult and you might tend to succumb to the negativity.

Another aspect which you can't change is your past. It is what it is. You can't change it. The best option will be to just get over it if it had anything which didn't have a positive impact on you. The best thing to do with it is to use it as a step towards your future. After all, you would definitely want a bright future.

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For < 2 year old kid, what could be the reason behind silent cry (observed only once yesterday? His mother is 2nd time pregnant since past 5-months & he is mostly taken care of by his father & grand parents these days. Is it causing any psychological impact? He is otherwise healthy & normal - no change in behavior or playing habits so far.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
For < 2 year old kid, what could be the reason behind silent cry (observed only once yesterday? His mother is 2nd tim...
It seems that he is missing his mother. See that he feels enthusiastic about getting a brother or sister. Engage him in different activities to divert his attention.
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My sensitivity toward back is increase and it leads to depression, anxiety, shortening of breath, increase of heart beat, burning of back and headache sir please tell me it is a mental disorder.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
My sensitivity toward back is increase and it leads to depression, anxiety, shortening of breath, increase of heart b...
Past is past. Don't cry over the spilt milk. Whatever has happened is for good. Focus on the future and plan accordingly. Relax your body and mind. Do some exercises for this. When you are at peace you can find different ways to solve the problem. Simply brooding over the past won't help in any way. Develop some hobbies like reading painting singing or of your choice. Engage yourself in creative activities.
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I am very highly addicted to smoking. Plzz help me. I wnt to quit smoking. But when I think to quit smoking I need a cigarette to think. Now you cn imagine that how addicted I am. So plzz help.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
To quit smoking, you should develop a strong will power. You should be committed to it. First make a determination that you are going to leave smoking. Then start decreasing the number of cigarettes you smoke. Try to learn how smoking affects your health and your organs. See the effects of smoking. Put these deadly pictures in front of you. These pictures will certainly make you to cut down your cigarettes. Tell everyone that you are not smoking from this day. Take your kith and kins support also. That is very important. Avoid smokers company. It will take time to stop smoking. Don't give up, keep trying and one day you will succeed. All the best.
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How I gain good health I am very thin I want to get good weight. I also want to remove mental stress.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
How I gain good health I am very thin I want to get good weight. I also want to remove mental stress.
To gain good health you should take nutritious food. Your intake should include minerals vitamins calcium proteins. At the same time you should exercise. Walking, jogging gym can be of help to you.
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I am 30 yrs old married from 8 yrs and having a child of 5 yrs I am happily married after 8 yrs of marriage I met one of my very old fried cum relative on Facebook, we just got in touch nd chat regular after 15 to 20 days of regular but normal chat we became free to each other and talked about old memories and at that time we had crush on each other I cant say proper love to yhis thing we enjoyed being together thats it so we at this moment shared what we had in our mind at that moment and all this conversation was in chat or a bit of phn calls but chat was more and nothing was for present all was just in remembrance of past feelings which we shared at this present moment and all this came in front of my husband he is still thinking it that I love him right now he is angry he is not talking to me not answering what he wants from me what should I do to make him realize that nothing is for mow it was all olf thing and thag too it was just a crush nothing more than that I cried a lot becoz I love him what is real love is only my husband my child I feel so depressed alone empty without him I tried a lot to make him understand but he is not responding at all what should I do pls help this feeling is just killing me from inside I want him to just forgive me what I did what I shared to that person whom I dont love atall how should I make him understand he is my present and future and no one else.

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am 30 yrs old married from 8 yrs and having a child of 5 yrs
I am happily married
after 8 yrs of marriage I met one...
Relationships are based on trust. Talk to your husband openly and confess with him if you are at fault. Promise him that it will not repeat in future. In a marriage nothing should be confided. This will lead to misunderstanding. Make effort to show your love to him. Make him feel that your husband is very important in your life. Build confidence.
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While speaking English I m stammering and repeating the words, but when I talk with my friends I m taking better Like one situation, I m talking with my teacher well in English than suddenly I remember, I have stammering problem I don't want to start again stammering Then I start stammering, because the fear of stammering. What should I do to overcome this problem It's a actually disease, or my mind creativity And this is problem start since my child hood. When I taking with my teacher I start stammering even though in my native Language

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Stammering is not a disease. It occurs due to lack of confidence and fear. Whenever you talk to someone forget that you have this problem and be fluent. Even while talking if you feel like stammering ignore it and continue talking. Whenever you are stuck in between just pause for a while or cough and later continue. By doing this no one can notice. Try this and let me know. The best thing is to practice talking in front of the mirror.
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