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Dr. Shyamsunder is a popular Psychiatrist in Laggere, Bangalore. He is a qualified MBBS . You can consult Dr. Shyamsunder at Spandana Health Care in Laggere, Bangalore. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Shyamsunder on has a number of highly qualified Psychiatrists in India. You will find Psychiatrists with more than 27 years of experience on You can find Psychiatrists online in Bangalore and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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#236/2, 29th Main,5th Block Nandini Layout, Coconut Garden, Landmark: Near Laggere Ring Road BridgeBangalore Get Directions

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#236/2, 29th Main,5th Block Nandini Layout, Coconut Garden, Landmark: Near Laggere Ring Road Bridge.Bangalore Get Directions
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She has undergone a surgery of gall stone removal on may 2016, and now she was facing pain body pain she was prescribed with acidic-t4, vitency. After using this she feels better and relieved. Can she use this for longer periods like months to years? Is there any side effects to this? Help me with the following problem.

MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Pune
She has undergone a surgery of gall stone removal on may 2016, and now she was facing pain body pain she was prescrib...
No medicine is desired to be continued without the consultation of the experts in that field. Some medicines are continued for long time, some even are to be taken for lifetime but the periodic consultation with the doctor is essential mainly due to few important reasons. One is to assess the beneficial effect of the prescribed medicine. Second is to be aware of the undesired effects of the medicine, third is the possibility of change of medicines in view of newer scientific knowledge base developed in the meantime. Last but not the least there could be a possibility that the disease could be aggravated but continued ingestion of medicine may have masked its symptoms. It might delay the detection of aggravation the same disease or appearance of the newer condition. Gall stone is not reported to cause the generalised body pain. One needs to assess why you have it and then the precise minimal treatment is advisable.
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Living with Schizophrenia

BDS, Certification in hypnotherapy, Certification in N.L.P, Certification in Gene and behavior, Psychology at Work
Psychologist, Gurgaon
Living with Schizophrenia

Chronic health disorders like Schizophrenia affect not only the patient, but also the life of their care givers. Though Schizophrenia can be treated to improve the patient's quality of life, it cannot be cured. Hence, it falls on the care giver's shoulders to watch out for symptoms of this disease and manage the person and their disorder. What should one do in such a case?

  1. Educate yourself: The first step towards looking after a person with Schizophrenia is to know the symptoms of the disease. With treatment, these may become better or worse so if you notice any change in the symptoms, bring it to your doctors notice at once.
  2. Reduce stress: Your goal as a schizophrenic person's caregiver should be to give them a calm environment and boost their confidence. Stress has a negative effect on all people and in schizophrenics this effect is much worse. Hence reduce stress and create an effective support system and structured environment for your loved one.
  3. Do not ask the patient to change 'his reality': When a person is suffering from schizophrenia, you should not force them to change their behaviour and reality, in order to adjust in the society at large. You should rather support the patient to accept his reality, to be at peace, since there is a very strong genetic component involved in its aetiology. Also, it is important that, both the patient and the family in particular should opt for regular counselling sessions.
  4. Regular exercise: Schizophrenics need not be cooped up in the house all day. Encourage the patient to go outside and exercise regularly. Exercise reduces stress and produces endorphins that make a person feel energized and happy. This should be complemented by a healthy diet. Minimize the amount of carbs and sugar intake and increase the amounts of omega 3 fatty acids in the patient's diet.
  5. Join a support group: Joining a support group is a very good idea for both the patient and the caregiver. For the patient, this provides a form of social interaction and for the caregiver is a platform to meet people with similar first hand experiences
  6. Encourage treatment: Convincing a Schizophrenic person to seek treatment can be quite challenging. Suggest treating symptoms of the disorder such as insomnia problem and lack of energy rather than the disease itself to make the patient feel more comfortable.  Give the patient options to choose from to make them feel more in control of the situation.
  7. Monitor medication: Once the treatment has started, ensure that the patient sticks to the prescription. Maintain a regular schedule by using weekly pill boxes and alarms. Also keep an eye on the possible side effects of these medicines. Ensure that your doctor has a complete list of medicines that the patient takes so that there is no chance of medicines interacting negatively with each other.
  8. Prepare for crisis situations: It is always a good idea to have an emergency plan in place. Keep emergency contact details of all the doctors and therapists at hand along with the address and phone number of the closest hospital. Share your situation with friends and family so that in case of an emergency, they can be relied upon to take care of your children and other dependants.

If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a specilized psychiatrist and ask a free question.

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I have less memory power. Whenever I read or learn something I forgot it by next day so how can I improve my memory power.

Psychiatrist, Noida
U need to revise the same thing 3-4 times and also write and learn.try recalling next day which u have learned last day.make points while learning,make pnemonics.
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Depression - Types, Symptoms And Homeopathic Remedies!

Homeopath, Navi Mumbai
Depression - Types, Symptoms And Homeopathic Remedies!

Homeopathy is a medical science which is used to cure diseases and is based on the principle of "like cures like". It was developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann who was a general physician by profession in Germany. The concept, "like cures like" may sound a bit weird but it is proved to be successful and homeopathy treatment for any ailment is preferred worldwide. Depression is a kind of mental ailment or disease which could make a person lose hope of living life and results in hopelessness and sadness.

There seems no cure to your problems. But in homeopathy we have the answer to your problem. First we need the signs and symptoms to identify depression. Homeopathy medicines are totally natural and have fewer side effects than allopathic versions.

Types of depression:

  1. Depression due to stress
  2. Depression due to menopause
  3. Depression due to work load
  4. Depression in teenagers
  5. Depression in old people
  6. Major depression
  7. Atypical depression
  8. Dysthymia
  9. Seasonal Affective Disorder

Symptoms of depression are:

  1. Feeling hopeless and sad - The first signal or symptom is feeling of hopelessness. In this, the patient loses the hope in everything. They feel like being trapped in some kind of cage from which they are not able to come out.
  2. Lack of interest in anything - Everything seems to be of no use or interest, even your daily work. You don't want to do anything; even the things which you loved to do like your hobbies and passions which you no longer find interesting.
  3. Sleep irregularity - Insomnia or oversleeping. Either you sleep too much or do not sleep at all. This could be because of work or other stress in your personal or professional life.
  4. Irritation or unnecessarily getting angry - You start losing your temper easily and that too for silly reasons. You think you are losing control.
  5. Appetite problems- You either stress eat too much or too less or sometimes not at all. You are not willing to even eat your favourite dish.
  6. Concentration problems- You can't focus or concentrate on a particular thing for a long time. 
  7. Frustration - You start feeling worthless and might even think of ending your life and getting out of this problem. Your behaviour changes and you can't think properly on one topic.

No need to get disheartened if the above symptoms are plaguing you, because the solution of your problem is in homeopathy. Homeopathy medicines do not have side effects and they remove the ailment from the roots. Medicines like Arsenicum Album, Ignatia, Natrum Muriaticum, Sepia help in various kinds of depressions. These should be taken in proper quantity as directed by the physician to get cured properly. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a homeopath.

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I am 26 year old female (House Wife) and I have problem in my head , one of my head pulse running fast and have pain in my half portion of mind, I remember old things fussily and living alone, Pls suggest what I do.

MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy, Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor of Arts - Psychology and English Literature
Psychologist, Coimbatore
I am 26 year old female (House Wife) and I have problem in my head , one of my head pulse running fast and have pain ...
Hi, you are very young to have such a problem, this is a psychological problem not a real problem that you should first understand. You do not have any medical issue, the problem is in your thinking. I could suggest you to first have a good sleep, ignore all the thoughts running in you, while going to sleep that is just say all are false (nothing is wrong with me I am fine) you have go to keep saying this and you have got to fight against this thinking and sleep well. Because of not having a sound sleep only, you have pain in your head. Try to attend yoga for relaxation. Try to change your mind set (divert, fight against your false thinking, have a sound sleep) let me know after following these steps, whether you were able to relax without pain or not. Get back to me after two or three days, after strictly following these steps. I want to know who is along with you to give some more suggestions to you only. Best wishes
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Mai bahut jyada kalpnaye karta hu. Dimag hamesha planning Karta rahta h. Hamesha restless feel Karta hu. Jaldi hopeless ho jata hu. Future ko lekar upset rahta hu. Bhukh khulkar nahi lagti. Sex life enjoy nahi Kar pata. Sex time 1 mint se bhi kum h. Wife se talmel nahi baith pata. Kabhi kabhi apne aap achcha lagne lagta h fir koi negative vichar aa jata h aur mood kharab ho jata h. Jab apne aapko shishe me dekhta hu to kabhi kabhi man me sawal aata h ki mai koun hu. Life bahut uljhi hui lagti h.

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
Mai bahut jyada kalpnaye karta hu. Dimag hamesha planning Karta rahta h. Hamesha restless feel Karta hu. Jaldi hopele...
Dear user. I can understand. Thinking is a complex mechanism and your mind's job is to think. If you allow you to think without having control over it, it will always wander into negative territories. You should train yourself to keep your thoughts under your control. Cognitive therapy will help you in this case. Take care.
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My father age is 72 and we have taken him to neurologist and doctor said he is having dementia problem since from. Last 3 -4 months my father's memory is going down and he is doing weired activities. Doctor says we have to eat and watch. And there is operational therapy that can cure him please suggest if we can do anything other than that.

Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
Hi There, Dementia is a progressively deteriorating condition where there are memory problems along with the language, gait and also behavioral problems (sometimes psychosis as well.). All that we can do at this juncture, is stop the dementia from further worsening with the help of drugs and also control the behavior with the tablets. Surgery should be the last resort, though it is not usually recommended.
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I am suffering from stress related heachah with chronic anxiety with depression and panic attacks what should I do.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Delhi
I am suffering from stress related heachah with chronic anxiety with depression and panic attacks what should I do.
Hello! to be specific do not label yourself with diagnosis like depression, anxiety or panic got off the internet. Go for a proper evaluation by a psychiatrist and its quite possible that all your complaints may be part of a single entity. And yes it can be stress related and it can be taken care of very well by experienced hands.
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