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Dr. Shobha Krishna  - Psychiatrist, Bangalore

Dr. Shobha Krishna

MBBS, MRCP (UK)

Psychiatrist, Bangalore

26 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic
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Dr. Shobha Krishna MBBS, MRCP (UK) Psychiatrist, Bangalore
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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. Shobha Krishna is one of the best Psychiatrists in JP Nagar, Bangalore. She has helped numerous patients in her 26 years of experience as a Psychiatrist. She is a MBBS, MRCP (UK) . You can meet Dr. Shobha Krishna personally at Fortis in JP Nagar, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Shobha Krishna on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Bangalore University - 1992
MRCP (UK) - Royal College of Psychiatrists London - 2006
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English

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I have a problem of forgetting about the thing after every 5 minutes and I could not remember the facts normally. What should I do?

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
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear , at this age you cannot have memory issues like amnesia. You are possibly having problem with concentration, memory and recollection. The best method to improve your concentration, memory power and recollection etc is to use your brain creatively again and again. Doing number puzzles, creative hobies like painting, games like chess etc can sharpen your brain and improve concentration. Exercise plays an important part in sharpening the brain and in many aspects of memory. Nutritious food including green vegetables, fruits, nuts, cereals and pulses are beneficial. Alcohol, nicotine, drugs, coffee, red meat etc are not that good for sharpening brain and memory power. Being happy and cheerful also contributes positively. You may ask a private question to me for more information. Take care.
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I was diagnosed with anxiety disorder. I didn't go out and I feared meeting people. But a week ago I had to accompany my mother to the hospital. Anxiety hit me again but as I entered the hospital it was fine and then I realised there was nothing to worry and then automatically the increased heartbeat and the pain in the stomach feeling subsided but I think it was the same night that I went to sleep. I couldn't sleep, I hardly sleep for 1-3 hrs and its been a week. This never happened before. What is it?

BHMS, M.D.
Homeopath, Pune
I was diagnosed with anxiety disorder. I didn't go out and I feared meeting people. But a week ago I had to accompany...
Hi lybrate-user, sometime past events or circumstances often affect the present. You need right counseling and proper homeopathic treatment (where medicine selected on the basis of thorough details). Pranayam especially anulom vilom, kapalbhati may also help you to tackle with excessive anxiety n fear.
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I had two small sip of cigrate today? First time in my life. How is it dangerous for me if I do not take it from now on? If this today's dose only will effect my health? Please elaborate. I am not going to take it from now on. But wants to know what injuries I had done to my body with this one only mistake?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Cigarette is a poison. Each cigarette contains atleast twenty different types of poisonous chemicals which slowly and surely destroys studies, career, and life. So kindly Beware! Every puff counts to the danger.
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For e.g.l lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time. Please help me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
For e.g.l lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time....
May be you need to take a sincere reality check and correct yourself so that you can move on in life and achieve your goals. Talk to your friends and family members about your feelings and exchange the thoughts. Initially give yourself some time to start mingling with people who are close to you and then you can become more social. If you are not able to handle it then you can take the help of a psychiatrist or a counselor. You can also add Homeopathy as it is safe and gentle and can help you overcome the agony of separation naturally. A detailed case history is necessary to begin Homeopathy. You can contact me later if required. Do revert back to seek further guidance.
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Today I gone through with such a situation that I don't know how to react on that. One of my office friend her mother is suffering from breast cancer and she is under treatment from last 6 month approx. So every time I used to ask with my friend about her health n recovery whenever I meet her. My first question was always that ki wat is your mother whats going on. Wat doctors say etc. My friend she is also suffering from thyroid that too shared by her. Last Friday I met her in our office washrum. When she opened the door n enter inside the washroom I was standing we greet each other n I asked that wat going on your neck. Dere was some blackish spot. then I came closer to her that was a hair growth. Which was coming come. Earlier she also discussed about dat with me. Dat she is deciding to go with laser treatment for unwanted facial hair. But today she came n saying to me that I want to say something. Don't interfere in my personal life. I can understand your intention. Dat wat she said. I said wat I did. She said the way you said to my black spot I don't like. Every time you r saying something to me. Etc. Please help where I wrong.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Guwahati
Your friend is most likely undergoing lots of mental pressure. Her mother is suffering from breast cancer & she herself is not in good health. For a female, problem like abnormal hair growth in any parts of body, especially in visible parts is very stressful, difficult to accept & becomes a sentimental issue. Everything accumulating, your friend might be suffering from great emotional turmoil, with which maybe she is not able to cope with. Because of this she might have reacted the way she did today. The hair growth might be disturbing her so much that she does not want to talk about it, as more she remembers it her frustration grows more. So stay calm & try to understand the stress your friend is undergoing, putting yourself in her shoes. She may also have some misunderstanding regarding you or might have misinterpreted your concern. Deal with the situation patiently. Give time to your friend & do not linger the topic now by discussing about it further. When you meet her next time, greet her & just have routine talk without discussing anything. When she will calm down definitely she will think over it again. If it was a reaction to the stress she is undergoing, she will understand & assess this incident better when she calms down & then might talk to you about it. That time you talk your mind openly to her in a cool way & explain to her that you asked her out of concern as a well wisher & nothing else. If you now come to know that she is having some misunderstanding regarding you from either her behavior or through someone known, still do not react nor talk to her about it immediately. Let some days pass by & let the present situation calm down. After some days when she calms down & is at ease, have an open discussion with her. Initially start with a routine conversation & make her at ease. Then tell her that you wanted to discuss something with her if she does not mind. If she is relaxed & responds well, continue the conversation further & discuss this present incident. Explain to her that you asked out of concern only, & if she minds talking anything regarding her personal life, apologize honestly & assure her that you will respect her feeling & will never discuss such topics anymore. If while discussing, you find out that there were some misunderstanding, try to clear it. After discussing this serious topic, again switch back to some routine topic & ease the situation. After that politely take leave, putting an end to the conversation. Most problems have some solutions & every misunderstanding can be solved through healthy discussions.
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Gets very angry and frustrated when asked to study. Very sensitive and stubborn also. Hands shake while holding a glass.

MBBS, MD Psychiatry, DNB Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Nagpur
Getting angry easily, being emotionally over sensitive and having stubborn behaviour can be signs of oppositional defiance and mood disorder in children. He needs to consult a psychiatrist with complete history details so that a definitive diagnosis can be made before starting any treatment. He would definitely improve with counselling and medications if required.
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I am taking lithium carbonate 300 mg for bipolar disorder currently I am started with fluoxetine 20 mg for OCD. Now feeling pounding of heart. Can I take lorazepam to reduce these symptoms?

Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling, MA In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Pune
I am taking lithium carbonate 300 mg for bipolar disorder currently I am started with fluoxetine 20 mg for OCD. Now f...
Hii, Happy for you that you are under treatment for OCD. Just want to say you that don't take any medicine by your own. You need to consult with your previous psychiatrist because he knows your symptoms very well .I think do follow up with the Dr. & ask him. That will help you definitely. Thank you, have a nice day.
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Anorexia And Bulimia: How to Deal With Them?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Anorexia And Bulimia: How to Deal With Them?

An eating disorder, mostly appears when your food habits reach levels of extremity. Anorexia nervosa and Bulimia are two main and the most common eating disorders found in men and women. One is the lower extreme while the other is the higher extreme in terms of food intake.

1. Anorexia: People who are affected with anorexia think of themselves to be very overweight in spite of actually being very slim and thin. Anorexia inflicted people consume less than a thousand calories per day. They exercise rigorously and try to find more ways to lose weight. They vomit a lot due to the insufficient diet and suffer more. The treatment for anorexia nervosa generally includes a mix of mental treatment, and regulated weight gain program. An anorexia patient should seek treatment as early as possible. The best ways to deal with anorexia are:

Psychological Treatment: Various psychological treatments can be used to cure anorexia of different stages. They are cognitive analytic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, focal psychodynamic therapy. A family's response is also an important psychological factor. Proper encouragement and effort should be given.

Weight gain program: This measure will guide an anorexic patient to improve his diet habits and slowly gain weight. A patient is monitored carefully, traits are recognized and a likewise diet pattern is given.

2. Bulimia: Bulimia nervosa is another category of eating disorder. The main characteristic of this disorder is  overeating in the highest level. Binge eating is observed, followed by attempts by the affected individual to lose weight. A bulimic patient is constantly trapped in the cycle of overeating and then thinking about losing weight.

Maybe you do not like the idea of binge eating and fear getting obese, but once affected by bulimia a patient cannot follow this and binge eats. Later, they adopt extreme measures for losing weight. The primary methods to deal with bulimia are:

  • Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy, or talk therapy includes examining your bulimia and related issues with an expert. It is proven that these sorts of psychotherapies restrict the symptoms of bulimia. The three modes of psychotherapy include- Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Family-based therapy and Interpersonal psychotherapy.
  • Medications: Medicines such as anti-depressants can be taken by bulimia patients along with psychotherapy. Prozac is a recommended and effective medicine.
  • Proper diet plan: For bulimia affected patients, having a proper balanced diet is very essential. A diet expert should be consulted, who will make the most essential food pattern for you. Undertaking a weight loss program is also recommended.

Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia should be avoided, and you should know the best ways to deal with them. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.

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Signs & Symptoms of Kapha Imbalance!

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Modern Diagnostics
Ayurveda,
Signs & Symptoms of Kapha Imbalance!

Kapha is responsible for governing all body functions related to lubrication. Some of the typical body functions that Kapha has a direct impact upon includes lubrication of lungs and joints, body weight, growth, and formation of the seven tissues- fat, bone marrow, nutritive fluid, reproductive tissues and fat. There could be several symptoms indicating an imbalance of Kapha in the system.

Some of them include the following:

  1. Mind: An increased Kapha of the mind is characterised by symptoms, such as a feeling of lethargy, drowsiness, and sluggishness, excessive sleep, feeling of depression and melancholy, laziness and brain fog. An accumulation of Kapha in the mind can lead to severe depression, withdrawal symptoms, diabetic coma and frequent loss of consciousness.
  2. Digestive tract: Kapha can wreak havoc on the digestive tract. Some early signs of Kapha accumulation in the digestive tract include a heavy feeling in the stomach, indigestion, excess salivation, poor appetite, nausea, slow metabolism etc. As a result of excess Kapha, the stool can be sticky, pale, heavy and oily. This can lead to diabetes and mucoid diarrhea. If not treated early excess Kapha can lead to hyperglycemia, anorexia nervosa, and blood in the stool.
  3. Kapha accumulation in skin, adipose tissue, muscles and circulatory system: An accumulation of Kapha in other parts of the body can lead to hypertension, itching, lipoma formation, cold sweat, swollen lymph, pallor, low strength of the body, itching etc. In the case of long standing Kapha accumulation some serious aggravation from the present condition can lead to obesity, thrombosis, leukaemia, malignant tumours, edema, high cholesterol, blood stagnation, hypertrophy, heart failure etc.
  4. Kapha in respiratory system: Kapha in the respiratory tract can lead to coughs, hay fever, sinuses, nasal crust, chest pain, runny nose, excess mucus and frequent cold. If the existing condition becomes serious and treatment is not done on time, some serious complications can lead to cystic fibrosis, sinus infections, excess phlegm in the throat, chronic sinus etc.
  5. Other parts of the body: If Kapha accumulates in other parts of the body it can lead to symptoms such as excess urination, low libido, premature ejaculation, heavy testicles, swelling of the joints, dental tartar, sex desire, fibrocystic lumps, goiter, enlarged spleen, gallstones, endometriosis, cystic ovary, lordosis, protruded eyes, heavy feeling of the eye, prostate enlargement, white urine, neurofibromas, hydrocephalus, gangrene , prolonged menstrual cycle osteoma, kyphosis, prostatic calculi, bone spurs etc.
  6. Food to avoid Kapha symptoms: Some foods that need to be avoided include carbonated drinks, oily food, chilled food, deep fried snacks, red meat, foods which are heavy to digest, milk especially buffalo milk, sweets, Ghee, fruits like Banana, Mango etc. excess salt and sour, all forms of alcohol except red wine, the latter can be consumed no more than once in a week.
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