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Dharmaram College Post, Dairy Circle, Hosur Road Bangalore
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Most people in today’s time often neglect their mental health, which however is fast becoming a cause of concern. Nimhans Hospital, located at Hosur Road, Bangalore specializes in taking ......more
Most people in today’s time often neglect their mental health, which however is fast becoming a cause of concern. Nimhans Hospital, located at Hosur Road, Bangalore specializes in taking care of patients which are suffering from problems related to your mental health. The medical care facility at Nimhans hospital, offers treatments from some of the best doctors in the field of clinical psychology. An entire team is dedicated for the comfort and personalized attention for all patients. The hospital is known to have some of the best and experienced clinical psychologists - Dr. Jamuna N who has successfully treated a number of patients during his career. Nimhans is known for the excellent treatment for anger management, cognitive behaviour therapy, obsessive compulsive order, drug abuse & addiction, etc. It also offers treatments such as psychotherapy, counselling for abnormal behaviour, pre-marital counselling, treatment for behavioural issues etc. For consultation, one can visit the hospital from morning 8 AM to 11 AM.
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Nimhans Hospital is known for housing experienced Psychologists. Dr. Jamuna N, a well-reputed Psychologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Psychologists recommended by 60 patients.


08:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Dharmaram College Post, Dairy Circle, Hosur Road
Bangalore, Karnataka - 560029
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Schizophrenia - Know The Types, Causes & Symptoms Of It!

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry, Senior Resident Psychiatrist
Psychiatrist, Indore
Schizophrenia - Know The Types, Causes & Symptoms Of It!

What is Schizophrenia?

We all know it as a debilitating mental illness that plagues people across the globe. Schizophrenic patients often feel like they are being overtaken by situations and events that are beyond their control. They may complain of seeing people who are not there or hearing voices where there are none. This happens because the neurotransmitters in the brain of the patient do not function appropriately. There are various types, causes and symptoms of this disease.

Read up to know more:

  • Symptoms: Psychotic symptoms like delusion are common in patients suffering from this disease. Also, the patient may be severely blunted in the emotional sense and may bear a lost look and wear a feeling of loss or absence at all times. The thought process or cognition of the patient may also suffer in such cases. Poor concentration and lack of coordination are some symptoms of this kind of suffering. Hallucinations and distorted thought processes also characterise the patient to a great extent. The patient may also display certain typical symptoms like social withdrawal, extreme apathy, and lack of motivation. The patient will also be in an emotionally numb state once the delusions have lessened.
  • Causes: So what causes Schizophrenia, really? While no tests or conclusive examinations exist to pin point the exact diagnosis or cause of the disease, there are many factors that can contribute to the development and progression of the same. Hereditary factors play up in many cases while chemical imbalances in the brain also lead to this condition. The serotonin levels and the functioning of the neurotransmitters are the most significant causes of this disease, in such cases. Excessive abuse of drugs like LSD and cannabis can also contribute to this condition, while family relations and a dysfunctional environment can also lead to this disease.
  • Types: There are many different kinds of Schizophrenia. One of them is Paranoid Schizophrenia, which makes the patient highly suspicious. Disorganised Schizophrenia can lead to incoherence in speech and thought. Catatonic Schizophrenia can cause social withdrawal while Residual Schizophrenia can lead to a complete lack of motivation. Finally, Schizoaffective Disorder can lead to major mood swings.

The various kinds of Schizophrenia are characterised by varying degrees of mood swings, depression, paranoia and delusional thinking. The progression of the disease can be checked with the help of cognitive behavioural therapy, which can help in reprogramming the brain of the patient to a great degree. Rehabilitation programs as well as case management can help in the long run. But the key here is to recognise the symptoms early on and get the treatment or counselling started to reduce the symptoms and their spread.

Can Depression Be Contagious?

MBBS, MD Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Gurgaon
Can Depression Be Contagious?

Depression or clinical depression is a very common, yet serious mental disorder. It causes extreme symptoms that impact how you feel, think, and handle everyday activities, for example, sleeping, eating or working. One must demonstrate symptoms for at least two weeks to be diagnosed with depression.

Psychological weakness to depression is a tendency to concentrate on one's negative state of mind and to think about it regularly. It appears to have a contagious impact, where this vulnerability to depression can rub off and make you more prone to create depressive side effects yourself. Here are a few ways in which depression can be contagious:

  1. The negative psychological group of three: There are three fields in which depressive thinking is negative. Discouraged people see themselves, others and their future through dim and dark glasses. Eventually, you start to agree with the person undergoing depression. Their bad mood can bring you down to their emotional level.
  2. Negative energy: Just walking into the same room as the person in depression can sink your energy levels. Now and again you avoid conversations with them. You might feel like your positivity is being drawn out which also makes you vulnerable.
  3. Being socially isolated: The depressed patient might never want to leave the house and prefers to stay in, alone. There are times when the person that is with them, tends to isolate himself or herself, as well. Taking them to social gatherings can be a challenge. Other people in the patient’s life tend to stay away since the dark cloud tends to appear contagious to them also.
  4. Learned defenselessness: There is a depressive phenomenon named "learned powerlessness." When individuals are genuinely depressed, attempting to do anything feels overwhelming. For instance, for quite a long time, one might have shared household responsibilities, In the end, however, one tends to have forgotten his capacity and responsibility to see what should have been done and deal with it. When this pressure is put on the other person, he or she feels tense and is more prone and vulnerable to depression.
  5. Submissive and dominant interactions: An episode of depression and misery is usually activated by a prevailing dominant-submissive interaction. This may include being told what to do or a decision in which someone is dominated and tends to give up on what he or she wanted. For instance, your hostile relation with your boss gets you fired. This can act as a trigger to your already existing negative environment.

Since depression is a very common mental disorder, one should look out for signs and symptoms in themselves as well as around them. For patients undergoing depression, it is beneficial to see a psychiatrist or a therapist to vent out their negative emotions since therapists are trained to handle such an environment.

Get Help For Quitting Smoking And Chewing Tobacco!

Bachelor of Dental Surgery, PGDEP, MBA (Healthcare Services)
Dentist, Noida
Get Help For Quitting Smoking And Chewing Tobacco!

Tobacco cessation [stopping smoking and tobacco chewing] represents the single most important step that a person can take to enhance the length and quality of their lives.

It's hard to quit tobacco, but you can do it. 
Stopping the use of tobacco products can be challenging because of tobacco's addictive qualities.
Most people are aware of the numerous health risks that arise from tobacco chewing and cigarette smoking and yet" tobacco use continues to be the leading cause of preventable death and disease" in our country.

To have the best chance of quitting tobacco and staying quit, you need to know what you're up against, what your options are, and where to go for help. 

Voice Disorders - How Speech Therapy Can Help In It?

BASLP, DHLS (AYJNIHH), BEd(SPL. Edu.) in Hearing Impairment
Speech Therapist, Kolkata
Voice Disorders - How Speech Therapy Can Help In It?

People’s inability to use their voices in an effective manner has the potential to create a major impact on careers, personal relationships and also on the overall quality of their lives. Some might opine that voice therapy is totally reserved for actors, singers, and broadcasters, as their careers are made through the voices but the reality is that almost everyone can garner the benefits out of voice therapy.

The speech therapists, better known as speech-language pathologists, who specialize in voice therapy, get involved in the diagnosis, assessment, planning and finally treating the patients suffering from voice disorders. These kinds of healthcare providers are trained to evaluate the usage of voice and vocal function to understand the causes behind the loss of voice and the best methods of treatment, which patients could undergo for improving their voices

Before looking into how exactly speech therapy can help in treating voice disorders, let us first understand what exactly voice disorders are, the manner in which they develop, their symptoms and causes:

Causes, Signs and Symptoms of Voice Disorders

Voice disorders deal with a variety of problems related to voice, which occur as a result of a wide range of causes.


Numerous circumstances can result in the loss of voice quality or complete voice loss. The causes which lead to voice disorders include:

  • If you frequently scream or raise the voice.

  • Allergies.

  • Side effects of medicines.

  • Viruses

  • Infections caused due to bacteria.

  • Neurological disorders.

Signs and Symptoms

Symptoms range from a persistent feeling as if something is stuck on the throat, to a feeling of strain on the neck and throat, leading to scratch voice.

People whose careers are dependent on voices like singers, motivational speakers and broadcasters, voice therapy might be used as a preventive measure.

Role of Speech Language Pathologist in Voice Therapy

The therapy consists of assessment and the implementation of two techniques, voice therapy and voice hygiene.


A speech-language pathologist would look at various factors while making an assessment like:

  • Health conditions or medications, which might affect the voice.

  • Full case history

  • Patient’s self-assessment of the problem.

  • Conducting an oral-peripheral examination

After completion of the assessment, speech-language pathologists can diagnose a voice disorder, provide a clear description and assess the severity of their disorder, recommend interventions, look into appropriate treatments and if needed can refer to other professionals.

Vocal Hygiene

A speech-language therapist would encourage patients to make necessary changes in their lifestyles and maintain a healthy regime to make sure that he or she can maintain a healthy voice. This includes:

  • Period of rest to the vocal cord.

  • Complete avoidance of screaming or shouting.

  • Avoid clearing out throat.

  • Limited use of air conditioners during summer

Voice Therapy

This voice therapy involves changing up the biomechanics of voice production. Voice therapy’s goal is to bring improvements in vocal function and quality and carry out exercises aimed at achieving strength in the vocal cord.

Some of the voice therapy techniques include:

  • Physiologic Voice Therapy

  • Symptomatic Voice Therapy

Depression - How To Avert It?

MBBS, M.D. Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Depression - How To Avert It?

Are you suffering from depression and it is hampering your daily life and activities? Are you so sad and preoccupied that you cannot focus on the brighter side of life? Depression is capable of causing great stress, anxiety and can even make you suicidal. There are many ways by which you can cure depression, and get back to a healthy life, with a healthy and untroubled mind. They are as follows:

  1. Stay in touch with people: You must not withdraw from everyday life and isolate yourself. This actually makes things worse for you. Instead, you should socialize and keep in touch with people. This will enable you to share your feelings with others and improve your mood.
  2. Stay active: Depression may make you tired and stressed, and you may not feel like getting up. However, you should stay active by taking up some form of workout. This is likely to improve your state of mind. Start with walking for 20 minutes every day, if you have not been in touch with regular exercise for a long time.
  3. Stand up to your fears: Instead of succumbing to your fears and avoiding them, you need to face them strongly. When feeling low and stressed out, it is likely for you to avoid other people, abstain from going out, or travelling. If you face such situations, do not give in to them. Instead, try to oppose them.
  4. Do not drink too much: Alcohol may seem like a good solution for keeping away from your depression and negative thoughts. However, you must not drink excessively for coping with your problem, as this is capable of making you even more depressed instead of solving your problem. Alcohol should be avoided in depression as it is a CNS depressant and may worsen depression. Exercise increases endorphins and BDNF which are natural mood elevators.
  5. Maintain a healthy dietWhen you are suffering from depression, it is likely for you to develop food aversion, which might result in undesirable weight loss. Some people find a resort in food and become overweight by overeating. Several medicines for treating depression also affect your appetite negatively. If you want to avoid the extremes of eating more or eating less, you need to consult a GP and get an ideal diet chart, which will keep you healthy.
  6. Get a professional treatment: In case your depression does not improve and if you feel like harming yourself, it is important for you to talk to your doctor. There are several treatment procedures for depression, which include talk therapy, self-help measures, and anti-depressant medicines.

There are plenty of ways by which you can get over depression. You should start making some major changes to your regular lifestyle, make a daily routine for yourself, and try to realize that both good and bad are a part of life, which you cannot change or avoid.

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I had a boyfriend 5 years ago who was my first love when I became serious about him he got married to another girl. This same thing has repeated 3 times with me. I feel as if I am an over-ambitious person. I was preparing for pre-med but I could not qualify. My parents did not support me mentally. I am not able to express myself. This time when everything was getting better I thought I am a strong person .my boyfriend is getting married in four months. I feel like my hands are shaking .my breath gets short. My head spins .i am losing my confidence. I feel like crying every moment. I can not concentrate even for a moment. I do not understand what is happening to me.

Homeopath, Noida
I had a boyfriend 5 years ago who was my first love when I became serious about him he got married to another girl. T...
Nothing. You are under stress. Right now you should focus on your studies n your future. Try to relax 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 hubby walk in nature meditation. Yoga. For more details, you can consult me.
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My brother he is not studying properly so can you suggest a medicine for concentration my brother he is in intermediate 12 class.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Chennai
yes...there r brilliant memory boosters in ayurveda along with promoting active concentration skills. There r techniques to improvise the focus. We need a short consultation to understand better..kindly book in a consult with us for a proper and clear idea along with ayurvedic prescription.

I am suffering from stress as I have a lot of pressure for neet exam. I would like to get few tips how to reduce stress.

Masters In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Gurgaon
I am suffering from stress as I have a lot of pressure for neet exam. I would like to get few tips how to reduce stress.
Hi, Sure dear first of all relax it's just an exam by being anxious you may ruin what you know the best. Always tell yourself whatever will be will be and don't let negative thoughts take space in head keep replacing with affirmations feel as if you have already cleared the paper study with that feeling and do some breathing exercising while imagining yourself successfully in situation that you fear. All the best.

I feel nothing on my head. Difficulty in speaking and concentrating. I forget certain things to do and wandering what should I do! feels autistic type. Really depressed and crying for myself. What is happening to me!

Homeopath, Noida
You are 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 hubby walk in nature meditation. Yoga for details, you can consult me.
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