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Dr. Gururaj. G.P

MBBS, MD

Psychiatrist, Bangalore

19 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic
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Dr. Gururaj. G.P MBBS, MD Psychiatrist, Bangalore
19 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Gururaj. G.P is an experienced Psychiatrist in Indira Nagar, Bangalore. He has over 19 years of experience as a Psychiatrist. He is a MBBS, MD . You can visit him at Axon Specality Center in Indira Nagar, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Gururaj. G.P on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - KALINGA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (KIMS - 2000
MD - Nims Medical College - 2007
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321, 6th Main Road, HAL 2nd Stage, Indira Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038Bangalore Get Directions
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I am 40 years old my memory not proper because of I forget before few days events.

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Dear Dr. Due To confusion and negative thoughts, my weight is reduced, I can't sleep at all, I'm feeling very weak, having a chest pain, breathing difficulties, I can't concentrate on my work. Is it good for health? I'm male, underweight Age 29. But one Doctor suggested that it's good for health to prevent overweight or obesity.

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Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Dear Dr. Due To confusion and negative thoughts, my weight is reduced, I can't sleep at all, I'm feeling very weak, h...
Dear Raghu K, i have written to you many times about coming online text or audio consultation. You have too many worries about your weight and other symptoms. If you accept that you are underweight, you will start dealing the problem of putting on weight. As the doctor told, it is better to be underweight rather than overweight or obesity.

I love someone. That person also loves me or loved me. We were together for 7 yrs. Now i feel like he s changed. Words say something and feeling say something else. Doesn't give importance like before. Because of the behaviour i am hurt i get mood swings. I want to overcome this. But i don't know what i can do. I tried avoidin but i am not able to. Please help?

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
Do not avoid this situation. If you perceive this development, talk to him openly and find out as to what is happening with him. These seven years should have been spent in building the union. Since that is not what is happening, may be you have done everything that was meant for marriage and the relationship has become stale and not so exciting. Relationships must be worked on always and little interesting things must be introduced to spice it up. Staleness will creep in easily, and one or the other will get bored. If there is nothing more to explore in this relationship, then that could be the end and the signs are showing. You should not force a relationship to work ? there must be things in the relationship that excite each of you. Women are very intuitive but your interpretation may be all wrong. The disconnect between what is said and the feeling is a good pickup and must be discussed. Instead of speculating any more talk to him and find out the truth and then act accordingly. Remember, both of you must want this relationship, only then there is scope and hope.
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I am suffering from social anxiety. Sometime I get anxious and afraid while talking to people. Please suggest how to treat this and suggest some good psychiatrist. Because of this I take lot of care while talking with someone. Is my condition curable? Why I am suffering from this?

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I am suffering from social anxiety. Sometime I get anxious and afraid while talking to people. Please suggest how to ...
Social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, involves intense fear of certain social situations—especially situations that are unfamiliar or in which you feel you’ll be watched or judged by others. Underlying social anxiety disorder or social phobia is the fear of being scrutinized, judged, or embarrassed in public. You may be afraid that people will think badly of you or that you won’t measure up in comparison to others. And even though you probably realize that your fears of being judged are at least somewhat irrational and overblown, you still can’t help feeling anxious. While it may seem like there’s nothing you can do about the symptoms of social anxiety disorder or social phobia, in reality, there are many things that can help. It starts with understanding the problem. Yes it is completely curable with the help of psychiatrist and psychologist who will play the main role in managing your social phobia through techniques systematic desensitization and exposure. Seek help as soon as possible. We avoid what frightens us and are frightened by what we avoid. So start to actively put yourself in social situations. In fact, even doing this in your mind as well as for real will help show your unconscious mind that" this is normal. All the best.
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CCT, FRCPCH , MRCPCH, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), MBBS
Pediatrician, Gurgaon
What is Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder?

Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurobehavioral disorder that affects 3-5 percent of all American children. It interferes with a person's ability to stay on a task and to exercise age-appropriate inhibition (cognitive alone or both cognitive and behavioral). Some of the warning signs of ADHD include failure to listen to instructions, inability to organize oneself and school work, fidgeting with hands and feet, talking too much, leaving projects, chores and homework unfinished, and having trouble paying attention to and responding to details. ADHD is usually diagnosed in childhood, although the condition can continue into the adult years.

How common is ADHD?
• ADHD is very common. On average, it affects 5% of school-aged children around the world, or about one in every 20 children. This means that in many countries, there may be one or two children with ADHD in every classroom.

How do we diagnose ADHD?
A child's teacher may be the first person to suspect that a child has ADHD, especially if he is hyperactive and often disrupts class. However, parents may notice signs of ADHD before the child begins school, such as problems with social skills and disruptive behaviour. Alternatively, parents may realize that their child is having problems if she does poorly at school. If you or your child’s teacher suspects your child might have ADHD, your child should be assessed by a doctor.
A doctor will consider ADHD when they see a child who:
• is failing at school
• disrupts class
• cannot sit still or is hyperactive
• acts without thinking
• does not pay attention or does not seem to listen
• cannot concentrate
• daydreams
• has problems with friendships and other social relationships
• has low self-esteem

What happens if you do not diagnose or treat the ADHD?
• School failure
• Depression and anxiety
• Problems with relationships
• Substance abuse
• Delinquency
• Risk for accidental injuries
• Job failure

Children with ADHD are at higher risk for:
• Epilepsy
• Other behaviral problems
• Tics
• Autistic spectrum disorder

Is there any treatment?

The usual course of treatment may include medications, which are stimulants that decrease impulsivity and hyperactivity and increase attention. Most experts agree that treatment for ADHD should address multiple aspects of the individual's functioning and should not be limited to the use of medications alone. Treatment should include structured classroom management, parent education (to address discipline and limit-setting), and tutoring and/or behavioral therapy for the child.
What is the prognosis?

Children with the disorder seldom outgrow it; however, some may find adaptive ways to accommodate the ADHD as they mature.

Dr R K Jain
MBBS, DCH, MRCPCH, CCT - British Board Certification (Oxford), FRCPCH (UK)
Fellowship, Paediatric Neurology, GOSH, London.

Sr Consultant, Paediatric Neurologist, Fortis Hospital, Gurgaon.


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I always think of past and can't concentrate in present frequent mood swings and always in depression and putting on weight. Is this a psychological problems.

PGDPC
Psychologist, Pune
Dear Mr. Lybrate-user, nice of you to write about the issues you are facing. Life is a beautiful gift enjoy it fully appreciate all that's going on around you. Be a witness to all of life's moment s, if you focus on the past remember you cannot undo what's already done. In the same way if you focus on the future you do not know what will come to pass. Rather it's better to live in the moment and enjoy it fully. Take some time out for yourself and try to figure out your goals (short term and long term). Live your life by your own goals. Be open to all the opportunities that come your way, view all the obstacles as areas where you can learn and grow. Remember it's all the challenges that you face and meet that that will make you grow. Wishing you all the best! sajen john.
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Hello Doctor, My grandmother is around 85 years old, and since last year we have been observing change in her behaviour like she says things which do not exist or are not logical at a particular time. She seems to have auditory hallucinations and delusions. If we make her understand that its just her imagination or the situation is not taking place, she starts getting annoyed and changes to anger. She is a heart patient. And already prescribed with calcium channel blockers. She won't agree to see a doctor. What should be done?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Hello Doctor,
My grandmother is around 85 years old, and since last year we have been observing change in her behavio...
You should never confront a patient s delusion and hallucinatory experience, which lead to worsening of the symptoms and agitation. Somehow you have to make her consult a psychiatrist (discuss with the psychiatrist, they will tell how to bring her in). After evaluation if the psychotic symptoms are treated well with medications, she will show good improvement. All the best.

I feel depressed and disappointment. I failed in my study last year. I am about to kill myself. Please help me.

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I feel depressed and disappointment. I failed in my study last year. I am about to kill myself. Please help me.
How you got diagnosed as depression because depression is diagnose if it covers five criteria like low feeling, negative thoughts, aversion to socialization, weeping tendency, sleeplessness or excessive sleep loss or excessive appetite and this has mostly two reasons, one is due to circumstantial and other assumed stress. For treating it you need both counseling and medication. You can avail our package for psychiatry illnesses or contact us.

I have been taking veltam 40 for past 3 months because of anxiety .now my doctor shifted to viladon 20. My question is .will I drink occasionally.

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I have been taking veltam 40 for past 3 months because of anxiety .now my doctor shifted to viladon 20. My question i...
It is best to avoid alcohol when taking vilazodone as apart from causing drowsiness, it must be noted that alcohol is a depressant by nature. This means alcohol negates the effects of the SSRI and would not help the process of treatment. For this reason doctors advise not to consume alcohol when taking SSRI. Think about why you would want to take alcohol occasionally. Is it for social reasons or because of habitual reasons, etc.
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