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Dr. Yesheswini Kamaraju

MD - Psychiatry, Fellowship Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Psychiatrist, Bangalore

16 Years Experience  ·  1200 at clinic
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Dr. Yesheswini Kamaraju is an experienced Psychiatrist in Koramangala, Bangalore. She has helped numerous patients in her 16 years of experience as a Psychiatrist. She is a MD - Psychiatry, Fellowship Child and Adolescent Psychiatry . You can consult Dr. Yesheswini Kamaraju at The Reach Clinic in Koramangala, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Yesheswini Kamaraju on Lybrate.com.

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MD - Psychiatry - Hennepin County Medical Center, Minnesota - 2002
Fellowship Child and Adolescent Psychiatry - Stanford University School of Medicine - 2004
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Is there in any treatment of depression and mental problems, in ayurveda. If yes kindly advice, already treatment from psychiatrist is continue since last 10 years.

CCP, MBA, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Karnal
There are very good treatments for depression in ayurveda. Please let me know your symptoms in detail, along with relevant history. You shall be surprised how your overall condition improves.
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Can Speech Therapy Help Autistic Children?

B. Sc. Speech & Hearing
Speech Therapist, Delhi
Can Speech Therapy Help Autistic Children?

Autism is a developmental disorder that is usually diagnosed within the first three years of a child’s life. Speech disorders and an inability to communicate with others are characteristic symptoms of autism. Speech therapy can be very beneficial for such children. Thus, it is often a major part of a treatment plan for autism. Some of the benefits of speech therapy for autistic children include:

  1. Better articulation: Autistic children often find it hard to make certain sounds. Hence, they tend to babble or make harsh sounds or grunt instead of talking. A speech therapist can help the child learn to articulate sounds in a better way. For this, the therapist will help the child exercise the facial muscles and lips. This can make it easier for them to be understood by others.
  2. Treating echolalia: Echolalia refers to a child’s behaviour where he or she answers a question by repeating part of it. This may be because they find it difficult to express their own thoughts and feelings. Echolalia is very common amongst autistic children. Speech therapy is the only way to treat this condition. If left untreated, it could make the child withdraw into himself.
  3. Better vocabulary: Autistic children often memorize words without understanding them. A speech therapist can help the child put words into context and thus help reduce their dependence on gestures. This can also make autistic children more confident. In addition to expanding their vocabulary, a therapist can also teach children the proper time and place for communication. For example, when to say good morning and good evening.
  4. Initiate communication: When children are not confident of expressing themselves, they wait to be called on before saying anything. By helping them articulate sounds better and expanding their vocabulary, a speech therapist can help children gain the confidence needed to initiate conversations. With therapy, autistic children can also follow simple instructions and begin to answer questions independently. This will make them more independent.

Speech therapy does not follow the same techniques for all children. For therapy to be effective, the therapist must work in close collaboration with the child’s parents and caregivers to set the right goals and monitor the child’s progress. Some of the techniques that may be used include the use of electronic talkers, typing or signing, picture boards, facial exercise and massages, using rhyme to help construct sentences and using sounds to help the child expand speech sounds. If the child is non-verbal, the therapist may also introduce alternatives to verbal communication.

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I have migraine. It gets worse when I go through stress. Any headache tablets will not help me. Suggest me few remedies which can help me.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I have migraine. It gets worse when I go through stress. Any headache tablets will not help me. Suggest me few remedi...
Hi lybrate-user, If left untreated, migraines can linger for four hours to three days. Stop the suffering sooner by putting yourself in a migraine-soothing environment and trying various natural remedies or medications believed to help treat these throbbing headaches. Stay in the dark room until your migraine goes away, or for as long as possible. Wear sunglasses when necessary. If you have to be out and about and are unable to get to an area with soft light or no light, wear polarizing sunglasses to protect your eyes from the brightest parts of the light spectrum. This may not be quite as effective as spending a few minutes in a dark room, but it will usually still help. If you cannot go to a separate room, wear noise-canceling headphones over your ears to block out external noise. Some individuals find silence stressful or unnerving. If this is the case, run a white noise machine or air purifier in the background to provide soothing ambient sound. You could also try soothing music; however, avoid loud or exciting tunes. Deep breathing exercises can relax the body, thereby releasing any tension that might be contributing to your migraine. Lie on your back with a pillow below your head and a second pillow below your knees. Your legs should be somewhat bent. Place your dominant hand on your upper chest and your other hand below your rib cage. Breathe in slowly through your nose until your stomach pushes against your non-dominant hand. Breathe out slowly through pursed lips as you tighten your stomach. Keep your dominant hand still throughout the entire process. Do this routine for about five minutes. A cold washcloth applied to your achy head can cause the blood vessels there to contract, which slows down the rush of blood to your head. Wet a soft, clean washcloth with cold water and place it over your forehead or on the back of your neck. Let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes. Take a 10 to 15 minute break before applying the compress again, and continue in this pattern until your migraine goes away. Note that in some instances, however, cold temperatures can actually make a migraine headache feel worse. If the pain increases within the first 5 minutes of treatment, stop immediately and try something else. Stand under a cold shower with the water running over the top of your head for at least 15 minutes. Give yourself a head massage while you shampoo. This helps to reduce the tensions in your body while releasing the heat from your scalp. Lightly squeeze the excess water from your hair, but keep it damp. Do not dry your hair. Lie down in a cool room while your hair is still damp and try to sleep for a while. You can place a towel over your pillow if you are worried about it being wet. There are often certain foods that can trigger migraines in people; what the triggers are will vary from individual to individual. You can determine any dietary triggers you may have by recording what you ate prior to the onset of a migraine headache, and looking to see if there are any patterns over time. Common dietary triggers of migraine headache include: Foods containing aspartame or MSG Alcohol, Chocolate, Cheese, Salami, Caffeine. Caffeine is a paradox when it comes to migraines. Too much can bring a migraine on, but taking a little caffeine after a migraine comes upon you can actually help the pain to go away. Only take a small dose of caffeine: one soda, one cup of coffee, one cup of tea, or one chocolate bar is sufficient. Avoid energy drinks high in caffeine. Note that this generally only works if your migraine was not originally triggered by caffeine. As long as the pain has not made moving around unbearable for you, light aerobic exercise can get your blood flowing to other areas of your body and cause your migraine to vanish. Aerobic exercise worth trying during a migraine may include brisk walking or jogging, cycling, or swimming. As your heart pumps, your blood circulation will improve and stabilize throughout your body, causing the blood to stop rushing to your head. Additionally, exercise is a good way to relax and get your mind off any stresses that may have triggered the migraine. Keep a migraine diary. When a migraine comes on, make a note of the environmental conditions surrounding it. Write down sensory stimuli (bright lights, loud music, odd odors, etc.), causes of stress, dietary habits, and sleep habits. After a few attacks, review your diary to pinpoint common conditions that usually exist before a migraine comes on. These conditions are your “triggers” and should be avoided to prevent or limit future migraines. Some home remedies you can do: Eat jaggery with ghee. Add a teaspoon of dried tulsi leaf powder and it gets even better. Practice pranayama, especially recommended if you have migraine in which case munching grapes or licking honey to which you add turmeric and salt prove helpful. Garlic is a useful herb and in case of headaches too you can chew a couple of cloves early in the morning or make a paste and apply to your head. Asafetida is a useful elixir for headaches, use asafetida mixed in oil and applied over the forehead as well as consumed internally for relief in headaches. All the best.
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There's a person whose is somewhat tensed since few months back and now he seems forgetting few things .what is the reason .he speaks well all day but sometimes he speaks weird.

BHMS
Homeopath, Bankura
There's a person whose is somewhat tensed since few months back and now he seems forgetting few things .what is the r...
Yes, this anxiety neurosis like symptoms may develop from mental trauma or prolonged anxiety. Meditation, councilling and proper medicine will improve him soon. U may use homeopathic medicine which have no side effects. Our organization NANOPATHY (The Complete Care With Homeopathy) is doing well in this regards.
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My son is 18 yrs old. His behaviour is changed and a annoyed person. He annoyed with parents. He is failing in education.

M.D,Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Amritsar
Get her examined from local psychiatrist. Start tab dicorate er500 mg at night it wil decrease his anger.
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I feel I am suffering from ocd, bad in planning things or decision making, very irritable, difficulty with self care, mood swings, anxiety, repetitive thoughts. How do I know I am really suffering from the same?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
These are not symptoms of OCD, anyway you can confirm the same by consulting with a psychiatrist in person or on-line. They will be able to diagnose. All the best.
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I am 30 years male I am suffering with anxiety disorder for this taking medicine with help of psychiatrist from long time but some times I am getting chest pain heavily and not getting sleeping from 4 days and having discomfort in mentally pls check and suggest taking medicine paxidef, maxgalin and for sleeping epitril so pls check and suggest is any more required to take to treat.

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
I am 30 years male I am suffering with anxiety disorder for this taking medicine with help of psychiatrist from long ...
Dear lybrate-user, You are consulting a psychiatrist already. He is giving appropriate drugs. I don't know the doses of each drug. However you can discuss with him the current problems also. He will adjust the dose. If you want to add something more, please add some alternate therapy to the drugs, like yoga, pranayama, mindfulness meditation, nature cure, exercise, creative hobbies, etc.
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I have the problem of forgetting? E. G- I forget my studies so soon when I start learning please help me to come out from this situation.

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
Dear lybrate-user, welcome to lybrate. At your age, memory problems like amnesia, dementia or alzheimer's are not common. Many young people do complain having problems with memory. These problems are due to either they are too busy or due to anxiety and stress. Busy people use organizers or employ a personal assistant because they can't remember every task. You need to understand this. If you still say, you are having memory problems, we need to check your memory using memory test. You may contact a clinical psychologist or neurologist for memory test and further investigation. Take care.
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Hi doctor, I want to asked you about my wife, she is suffering from depression problem since 2 years, how does she recovered from this? I have two kids, one son and one daughter, my son age is 8 and my daughter age is 12. please suggest me what to do?

Hypnotherapist, DCS, BSIC, Advanced Trainee of Transactional Analysis, Advanced Skills in Counselling
Psychologist,
Hi doctor, I want to asked you about my wife, she is suffering from depression problem since 2 years, how does she re...
Depression is treatable and manageable. She will need active support of her family and friends to keep her hopes high of leading a satisfying and happier life than before. Cognitive behaviour therapy in counselling is a very important part of recovery from depression. Please motivate her to do exercise based on her age and ability. Encourage her to meet people and maintain social relationships. She should also engage in some meaningful and satisfying hobbies.
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