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Dr. Eshwar Prasad K

MBBS

General Physician, Bangalore

39 Years Experience
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Dr. Eshwar Prasad K is a renowned General Physician in Tumkur Road, Bangalore. He has been a practicing General Physician for 39 years. He studied and completed MBBS . You can meet Dr. Eshwar Prasad K personally at Dr. Eshwar Prasad K in Tumkur Road, Bangalore. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Eshwar Prasad K on Lybrate.com.

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Whether brown sugar can be taken by diabetic patients as a sweetener & what are the side effects of sugar free drops available in market.?

PGC Diabetology, MBBS
General Physician, Hyderabad
Whether brown sugar can be taken by diabetic patients as a sweetener & what are the side effects of sugar free drops ...
Brown sugar is not helpful. You can use 'Sugar free natura' as sugar substitute. What is your fasting blood glucose level? Consult in private on Lybrate or personally with information about your main complains, lifestyle, lab results and diet for detailed advice.
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I live in a hot and humid environment. My main problem is dry sticky nose which creates itching sensation always (sometimes repeated sneezing and nasal blockage). I tried antihistamines, steam vapor & nasal saline drops but still there is persistent itching. How to solve this problem?

MS - ENT(Gold Medalist), MBBS
ENT Specialist, Delhi
It may be due to allergy in the noss to some allergen that is causing itching and sneezing. You should try steroid spray along with antihistaminics.
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What can I do when my head is started to move before the exam night and also when I am going to sleep and also when I am playing cricket in the field?

Diploma in Body Spa, P.hd (Acupuncture) Sri Lanka, Diploma in Reflexology and Acupressure, MD in Acupuncture, Diploma in Acupuncture, REIKI 1, II, III Levels
Acupuncturist, Chennai
What can I do when my head is started to move before the exam night and also when I am going to sleep and also when I...
Hello lybrate-user, Please use the following tips. For exam and cricket. 13 lucky tips to avoid stress in exams Sponsored links I have collected these ideas to deal with stress in exams under the headings of Think Ahead, Think Physical, Think Positive and Think beyond IELTS. If they have one thing in common, it is that they involve slowing down and not speeding up. My most general observation is that exam candidates rate the ability to do things quickly too highly. If you want to do well, you want to think in an ordered way – a quite different concept. Test your exam skills Best exam practice Start Think ahead – be a man (or woman) with a plan The main idea with all these ideas is that you want to feel in control. 1. Get there on time – don’t be early, don’t be late – remember to find out where the exam is You rush into the test centre in a hot sticky mess because you lost your way. Clearly a bad idea. Nor do I suggest is getting there hours early – that just leaves you too much time to worry about things. All you have to do is figure out the difference between being on time and in time and to do the obvious thing and not just know where the test centre is, but work out how you are going to get there. 2. Have a plan for the exam and stick to it One of the problems with exams is that you have to deal with time pressure. That’s the bad news. The good news is that you should know before the exam what amount of time you need for each type of question. You may want to be a little flexible in how you decide to spend your time, but the idea is not just to make a plan, but stick to that plan. 3. Simulate the exam – turn off your phone and ignore your boyfriend for an hour or so If this is the first time around, how about trying to simulate the test. One way in which the exam often goes wrong is that 3 papers are fine but one is just worse – you lost concentration To do this need an environment to work in where you will not be disturbed: no music or no telephone calls. It may help to try and do this away from where you normally study – a quiet library would be good. 4. Match your study habits to the test – build your concentration skills This is a similar idea. Exams often go wrong, not because you don’t know what to do, you just don’t do it: you lose concentration and panic sets in. That’s bad, you want to block out the world and concentrate on the test – do that and you should come close to performing your best. One solution is to learn to concentrate for a specific amount of time – the time of each paper in the exam. The obvious way to do this is to study for the same amount of time as the test. This means, for example, practising your writing in a block of 60 minutes, it does not necessarily mean you have to write a part 1 and part 2 in that time. The idea is that you are training yourself to concentrate for a set period of time to prepare for the exam. 5. Taper down – get there in the mental shape of your life – no last minute cramming The temptation is to study right up to the last minute. What if they give you a question you’ve never seen before? If you had sat up the night before, you may have been able to study for it. This is the wrong attitude as far as I’m concerned. Do that and you may tire yourself out – waste mental energy. You may not want to take the day before the exam off, but I do suggest that you should take it easy. One idea is to spend the day before making a plan for the exam – how long you will spend on each part of the paper – that way you will feel in control on the big day. Don’t believe me? You won’t find world class athletes in full training before the Olympics – they “taper down”. What that means is that as the competition becomes closer, they do less and less. It is particularly relevant for endurance events – and IELTS does require stamina. Think physical You’re probably aware of the saying mens sana in corpore sano; in my experience, it translates into most languages. Perhaps the reason for that is it contains a universal truth – there is a strong connection between the mental and physical. Exams are a mental exercise and to excel in them, it doesn’t harm to think physical. 1. Don’t do caffeine before exams – certainly not in excess Caffeine may stimulate you, but it can also make you anxious – put you on edge, as we say. In an exam, you need to focus of course, but in a calm way. The best advice seems to be that you should avoid caffeine if you are prone to stress – and exam time is stress central! I’d add here that caffeine doesn’t just mean coffee, energy drinks often contain it too. 2. Breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out This time a positive piece of advice. Deep breathing really does work: it can calm the soul and bring your heart rate down. There are a number of different deep-breathing techniques that you may care to try out – but as lying down isn’t really practical in an exam centre, perhaps you should focus on the breath counting exercise here. Think positive It is very easy to get a mental block about a certain paper especially if you have taken the exam a few times and the result in one paper refuses to get better. It really does help to have a “I can” attitude. This is true of life too, but is especially true for language exams: there is a strong connection between self-confidence and the ability to communicate – and language is all about communication. 1. Visualise your answer This is another idea borrowed from athletics. A very common technique used by professional athletes is visualisation. The essential idea is that if you can see yourself doing something, that helps you to actually achieve it. Problems often happen because candidates get lost in the detail and forget to look at the big picture of what they are trying to achieve. How can this help you in exams? One way is to “see” your complete essay just as Usain Bolt sees himself breaking the tape first. See a complete essay in your head and you are much more likely to write it. 2. Get off to a good start – work your way into the exam As someone who has done more than his fair share of oral examining, I can tell you that it really helps to get off to a good confident start. Candidates who start well almost always go on to complete the test well. How does this apply to IELTS? Do NOT learn answers to part 1 speaking: examiners can always tell if you are doing this and they will be very UNIMPRESSED: this is a bad start. Rather just listen to the question and give it a short and simple response – the first questions are designed to be easy. Do that and you have the confidence to move on to the tougher questions later. In writing, most candidates have a preference for either task 1 or 2. How about starting with the one you feel better about – even if it is task 2? All you need to do is remember to leave the correct amount of time for the other task. 3. You get marks for doing well too – remember your strengths A common mistake is to think that IELTS scores are calculated by seeing how few mistakes you make and you can stress in an exam because you become obsessed by the idea of avoiding mistakes. You make a mistake and think: “Oh @$%&”. Don’t. Try and remember that you are rewarded for things you get right too: if you have a strength, concentrate on that too. One application here is in the speaking exam. We all make mistakes when we speak – native speakers too. If you hear yourself saying something incorrectly, don’t panic. It often works to go right ahead – be fluent. Fluency and coherence are as important as grammatical accuracy. 4. You don’t need 100% – make a mistake and move on This is a related idea. Quite often candidates go wrong because they mismanage their time by spending too much time on a question they can’t answer. IELTS is a strange exam because it is one test for people at all levels: the only people expected to get “100%” are educated native speakers. Put another way, the test is designed so that almost everyone will make a few mistakes. In practice, this means that you should allow a certain amount of time for each question. If you can’t do it, move on to the next question and relax.
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I have many ringworm since two months I take many medicine but koi effect nahi ho raha.

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Visakhapatnam
It's fungal infection It spreads to other areas also Have to use a course of tablets and creams for that to heal completely and permanently Improve personal hygiene Bath twice daily Wear fresh cloths after bath Reduce inner wear to increase ventilation to that area Change towel frequently Use seperate antifungal soap Use cotton pants rather than jeans

dengue is very dangerous decease. dengue is life risk for human life and process of treatment.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
dengue is very dangerous decease. dengue is life risk for human life and process of treatment.
In dengue I will suggest you to eat nutritious home made food with adequate fluid intake and take physical rest and to take symptomatic treatment and follow your doctor advice.
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I am having sex problem, whenever I tried but not able to satisfy myself, and after that she feel so tired and sleep, tell me proper solution?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
I am having sex problem, whenever I tried but not able to satisfy myself, and after that she feel so tired and sleep,...
Increase your self confidence for sex drive. Avoid stress. Take Injection testosterone course and take drop ginseng 10 drops with in 1 glass of water twice a day before meal for 3 months for 1 years power. Cap. keva- Power plus once a day with milk for 3 months for one years power. Eat Green veg., plenty of water. Fruits, Juice, dry fruits. Avoid more alcohol intake, avoid more smoking. Also may you can do pvt. Consultation on lybrate.com.
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How To Deal With Picky Eaters (Children)?

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN HOMOEOPATHIC CARDIOLOGY, M.D.(HOMOEO.)PSYCHIATRY, B.H.M.S.(BACHELOR OF HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE & SURGERY.)
Psychiatrist, Delhi
How To Deal With Picky Eaters (Children)?

Is your child refusing to grab anything other than chicken nuggets? When your child’s nutrition is an aching subject to deal with in your household, remember you are not the only one. Many parents are actually worried about the fussiness of their children over food. But your child’s food preferences would also mature with age. Until then, you can consider trying out these following tips to avoid any kind of mealtime hassles.

  1. Respect your child's appetite or lack of one: Respect your child’s level of appetite and never force a meal, if your child is not hungry. Rather, serve small portions to give them an opportunity to ask for more, on their own.

  2. Stick to the routine: Maintain a routine and serve snacks and meals at about the same time every day. Also, keep a check on the number of times you serve those mid meal snacks and try to stick to that count.

  3. Be patient with new foods: Have patience with new food. Take time in introducing it to your child by talking about the food’s shape, color, aroma and texture, if not the taste.

  4. Make it fun: Try out innovative ways of garnishing your food so as to make the whole eating experience a fun and a thrilling one for your child.

  5. Recruit your child's help: At the grocery store, ask your child to help you select vegetables, fruits and other healthy foods. But keep off those foods which you would not want you child to eat.

  6. Set an example: Set an example by yourself by eating all kinds of nutritious and healthy foods, in order to set that perfect example for your child.

  7. Cut Distractions: Make sure to switch off from any sort of a distraction, such as the television or the washing machine and other electronic gadgets while feeding your child.

  8. Don't offer dessert as a reward: Do not reward your child with desserts at the end of the meal as this sends them an indication that the dessert is the best dish among all.

  9. Do not cook a separate meal: Do not cook a separate meal for your child after he/she has refused the original one as this might encourage picky eating even more.

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My mother is suffering from high cough ,stomach ache ,fever 100.1 and high amount of gas. Please suggest a medicine. And her Weight is 80 kg and height is 5' 4"

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
For stomach pain take tablet Meftalspas-Ds with rantac eight hourly if necessary and For dry cough I will suggest you to take syp Ascoril-D 2.5 ml and can repeat after a gap of six hours as and when required and Get her vital parameters of the body checked from a nearby doctor and follow up with findings.
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Hi, I want to know about cough. What is the main reason for the disease cough? Is there any problem when someone continuously face this disease again and again. What is its better cure that have not any side effect.

MBBS, DNB (General Surgery), MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) (General Surgery) , Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, Fellow of Indian association og gastro intestinal endo surgeons
General Surgeon, Ghaziabad
Hi, I want to know about cough. What is the main reason for the disease cough? Is there any problem when someone cont...
If cough is reccurent it can be due to allergic cause. If cough is persistent for over 2 weeks with sputum it can be infectious specially tubercular. But exact diagnosis can only be made by evaluating the patient directly. Do not get worried by these facts.
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Hello sir I want know what is the symptoms of asthma becose mughe line lene me pareshani hoti hai or meri saans bi fulti hai.

MBBS, MD -Pulmonary Medicine-Tuberculosis ,Respiratory Disease Medicine , Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD), European Diploma in Respiratory Medicine
Pulmonologist, Delhi
Cough, breathlessness, wheezing on exposure to dust and fumes or during change of season suggest asthma.
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