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Dr. Neele Lakshmikanth Relekar

Ph. D - Psychology

Psychologist, Bangalore

21 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic
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Dr. Neele Lakshmikanth Relekar is one of the best Psychologists in Jayanagar, Bangalore. He has helped numerous patients in his 21 years of experience as a Psychologist. He studied and completed Ph. D - Psychology . You can consult Dr. Neele Lakshmikanth Relekar at Kasturba Clinic in Jayanagar, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Neele Lakshmikanth Relekar on Lybrate.com.

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Ph. D - Psychology - bangalore university - 1997
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I am facing problem from 3-4 years of stammering problem. I am a student. I can't read properly.

M.A.(H)Psychology, PG Diploma in Child Guidance and Family Therapy
Psychologist, Delhi
Hello lybrate user, I believe every person who stutters is slightly different. From the top, we would all look same but if you dive deeper you would know everyone is different with respect to syllables on which they stutter, frequency, places they might stutter, may stutter while talking to specific people etc. So you need to analyse your stuttering with respect to above points so you can work to reduce it with greater efficiency. Here are the things which is useful: 1. Breathing: this has been already stressed enough by other people. Notice your breathing pattern when you stammer. You will notice that you breath shallow while stammering and try to complete sentence as soon as possible which leads to more stuttering. Taking control of your breathing can do wonders. Breath deep and talk slowly. 2. Substitution: when you make note of syllables/words on which you stammer, you can substitute those with their synonyms on which you don't stutter. Another trick is inserting things like'umm'you know'i feel' etc when you feel that you are about to stammer. 3. Mirror technique: this helped me a lot. Shut the door, stand alone in front of a mirror, start reading any small article/chapter loudly for around 20 mins from a magazine/ newspaper which you haven't read before. When you are done with reading that, look in the mirror and try to talk about it loudly. Try it for 30 days and see if you can feel the difference. 4. Acceptance: accept the fact that there are millions like you. Don't try to hide it or run away from it. Accept it as a part of you and try to live with it. Thank you. Try to consult any speech therapist too.
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MY brother is suffering from past two years from depression. He do self talking, get aggressive, hyper. Pls help me to resolve his problem.

M.A.(H)Psychology, PG Diploma in Child Guidance and Family Therapy
Psychologist, Delhi
MY brother is suffering from past two years from depression. He do self talking, get aggressive, hyper. Pls help me t...
Hello dear. There are several different forms of depressions-Major depression (also called major depressive disorder, Dysthymia disorder, Psychotic depression, Postpartum depression, Seasonal affective disorder (SAD). You should find a health care professional or a facility that treats patients with depression to know the real cause of depression. The main thing to keep in mind is to be compassionate. Encourage to talk to talk about how he feel without judging what is said. Encourage your brother to get a checkup from the family physician. While your brother may resist the idea of talking to a mental health professional about depression, but may regard the family doctor as a less threatening option. A general practitioner can diagnose depression and prescribe treatment, including making a referral to a licensed therapist or psychologist. Sometimes, having a professional make the suggestion is the key to getting someone to seek help. When talking to someone with severe depression, it’s important to remember that the person has a mental illness. Avoid using language that may be perceived as blaming the person, minimizing the situation or dismissing the circumstances. For example, instead of telling your brother to “just snap out of it,” or stating “It’s all in your head,” ask him if there is anything you can do to help him. Be compassionate, understanding and encouraging. The first line of treatment of depression is typically medication. Changes in brain chemistry may be responsible for the condition, and medication can help correct this issue. A doctor can recommend the right medication for your particular situation. Remember, though, that it does take time to work, so don’t give up if you don’t see improvement within the first week or two. Other things you can do to treat depression include exercising, controlling blood sugar levels and eating a healthier diet. These things can support your recovery effort and help prevent relapses. While a doctor will recommend various treatment options, at the end of the day, you must choose the best one for you. It can, however, be challenging deciding between depressive disorder solutions, especially if you’ve never suffered from the condition before. Think about the outcome you want to achieve, and factor in your personal preferences. For instance, you may want to get rid of the depression but don’t want to use pharmaceutical drugs. Talk to your healthcare provider about options that don’t involve medication, such as over-the-counter supplements and lifestyle changes. Finally its you and your family members who have to play a key role in helping your brother out of depression. Try taking him for a walk every day in a park Let him be close to nature Ask him to walk on green grass. Try to make him listen to Indian classical music Do things that makes your brother happy, it can be making his favorite dish or playing his favorite song/s etc. Playing with children even helps Make him feel that he is not alone and you and others are with him always no matter what happens. Print his favorite picture, can be a family photo or your pic with your brother and frame it and hung it on his room. When you feel that he is cooperating ask him to join yoga classes or laughter classes (you can also join him) Try becoming his Buddy so that he can open up and discuss things with you and crack jokes Play outdoor games like basket ball or badminton with him This all will require patience and time so don’t get frustrated. In the mean time consult your family doctor and do what he says and do see that he is taking medicines regularly if he is kept on medication. Good Luck.
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My father is 50 years old. Since few months he has been taking a lot of stress which has caused problems like sleepless nights, Anxiety and Gastraligia. There are no family problems that have lead him to take stress, it's just that he is a sensitive person and thinks a lot. He usually has a lot of pain in his stomach. He can not sleep properly. How can he over come stress and the other problems that are bothering him?

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Stress and restless are due to anxiety and disappointment. There could be some troubles creating problems for him. You need to talk to him to understand. If needed please consult a psychologist. Take care.
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Hi Dr, I have anxiety, negative thought ,unable to make decisions and low steam issue. To whom I can consult without taking medication. Is hypnotherapy will work for me? I consumes alcohol and tobacco. I wants to leave these habits also. Normally how many sessions are required to boost confidence and get rid of anxiety in hypnotherapy or another therapy according to you?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Hi Dr,
I have anxiety, negative thought ,unable to make decisions and low steam issue. To whom I can consult without ...
Hi, you shall benefit from psychotherapy rather than hypnotherapy. Ideally 8-10 sessions might be required, if you are complaint with the therapist's advice.
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M not able to concentrate on my studies. over thinking is big issue and my mind always occupied with some talk. Even though m learn something loudly then also my mind is occupied with thoughts .is that the sign of depression or what.

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine And Surgery , MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
Hello sir read bhagavadgitha as it is written by srila prabhu pada, and take Saraswatharisam daily basis 15 ml morning and evening with milk daily up to six months.
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Heavy forehead blurred eyes intoxication like situation without drinking avoid light live in dark keep close lights during night in light feel dizziness it appears I would be faint Always sad feel like who am I why I am here Fear of death feel could not breath think hospital where I would get oxygen and would save my life I live with my family but feel alone feel something missing My three year old son comes to me I ignore him Restlessness helpless seems my life is out of control what would I do Neither I want to die nor live like this Thought comes I drink alcohol till unconsciousness and do suicide Please help me as I am suffering from chronic liver disease Is this problem related to liver problem or other I lost hope how I would get back in my life.

M.D in Psychiatry
Psychiatrist,
Heavy forehead blurred eyes intoxication like situation without drinking avoid light live in dark keep close lights d...
With the available history of your symptoms looks like you have panic disorder. You may also be having some depression also. In panic disorder people have panic attacks lasting 15 to 30 minutes of symptoms like yours. That also have sensation of heart beating fast, trembling, sweating, set mouth, breathing difficulty, choking sensation, weakness, giddiness, urge to pass urine or stools. Along with this they become fearful that thry mat die then itself, of heart problem, brain disease. Consult a psychiatrist. He will treat you and you become fully ok.
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I lost somebody close last year! Since then I feel very depress and sad! please help me to overcome this! I will be really thankful.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
I lost somebody close last year! Since then I feel very depress and sad! please help me to overcome this! I will be r...
Dear lybrate-user. Welcome to lybrate. I can understand. Loosing someone near and dear is called grief and depression related to grief is pretty normal. But this sort of depression does not stay for long. This depression gets cleared within a span of some weeks. The best option for you is to undergo counseling and depression related therapy. Take care.
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I keep on thinking I'm lonely and sad. Sometimes I feel short of breathe and I start to panic even when there is no reason to do so. I feel as of I don't have friends but I want to avoid people as well as I don't want to get hurt. I feel as if I've anxiety.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I keep on thinking I'm lonely and sad. Sometimes I feel short of breathe and I start to panic even when there is no r...
Tremors, feeling anxious or nervous, sense of panic, sweating, increased heartbeat, feeling of impending doom, stomach discomfort, dizziness etc are signs of anxiety. These can be debilitating. If the anxiety is overwhelming, consult a Psychiatrist at the earliest. With the right medication and counseling, it is likely your symptoms will improve.
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I feel insomniac from last 2 weeks can not sleep properly. . I eat food lots then also I not sleepy at night . Try to do things to sleep but nothing happens ,feel tension about future and at morning of 5 or 4: 30 I felt to sleep but I have to wake early for my college . So no full satisfied with my sleep and I want to sleep but not able .

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I feel insomniac from last 2 weeks can not sleep properly. . I eat food lots then also I not sleepy at night . Try to...
Dear lybrate user, may be something is bothering you. That is why you are losing sleep. You said you are worried about your future. But you are just 20 years old. You have lots of time to plan for your future. Have a goal in life. Think about what you want to become in life. And start working towards that dream. Have rational expectations from yourself. Work hard. If you have some personal issues to be resolved, try to discuss it with some one who you trust, and try to find best possible options. There will be challenges at every stage and age in life. Make yourself strong enough to face it. If you are sleeping in the afternoon, stop that. At night, before going to bed, close your eyes, take 10 deep breaths. With closed eyes concentrate on your head and tell your muscles to relax, then move towards face, relax facial muscles and this way help your entire body muscles to relax. If you wish, recite some verses from the holy koran which will help in calming your mind. Take care.
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I recently got admission in a college. Since then I've been worrying that as I grow up and get a job, I would have to leave my parents due to which I am very depressed. What should I do?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I recently got admission in a college. Since then I've been worrying that as I grow up and get a job, I would have to...
Unfortunately, a sad thing about growing up is watching our parents grow older. It is also inevitable. Also it is common that in order to get a good education or a course of choice, one has to leave his family behind. You also have to understand that this is a part of life. Growing up means taking decisions which are important for your future; although they may not always make you happy. Taking more and more responsibility is a part of maturity. Your parents are grown up; they understand this and can take care of themselves. You have to accept the fact that you will be on your own too, for at least some time. Maybe you are worried because you have never done it before. Just give yourself time to adjust. Every new situation is always difficult till you get used to it. New beginnings can be scary, but they also open new doors to your future. Keep all this in mind, wish you the best.
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