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Ms. Jyoti Jayaraman

Psychologist, Bangalore

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I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care.
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Ms. Jyoti Jayaraman is a popular Psychologist in Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore. She is currently practising at Child & Adult Psychiatric & Counselling Center in Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Ms. Jyoti Jayaraman and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am dropout student. Actually I was studying B. Sc and after 4 years I am studying B. Com. I am really depressed thinking about my future life. My 4 years is been wasted. And my girlfriend also left me. What should I do to overcome such depressive feelings?

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I am dropout student. Actually I was studying B. Sc and after 4 years I am studying B. Com. I am really depressed thi...
If the depressive feelings and negative thought shave been persistent for than 2 weeks and disturbing your daily routine and performance in studies or work, then I would recommend you to start treatment under a psychiatrist without delay. Treatment includes counselling and medications if required.

Sir I am suffering from sleeping problem.. Before sleeping so many past deeds automatically coming to my mind. Tried to concentrate but not possible..

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Sir I am suffering from sleeping problem.. Before sleeping so many past deeds automatically coming to my mind. Tried ...
Dear lybrate - user, please try curd rice in dinner curd" dhahi" yogurt" has good qualities it acts as digestive and get good sleep.

My mind do not remain constant anytime. Talk and thinking does not tally. At the time of talk saying something and mind thinking another thing. When I chanting hanuman chalisa mind also thinking another thing during. 6 months ago I have a bad habit of see breast of women at first look before eye to eye contact after a second realized that doing something wrong and getting sy. After chanting hanuman chalisa it in control up to some extent. I can not remember numbers and amounts. My memory looses day today. I am totally confused and missing confidences. Please advice. You think this is character of madness or unsound mind. I feel I have two mind one is very bad and cheap another is very good. Suddenly alerts that something wrong. My mind make drama having hero myself and fighting with neighbours and those who heart me. Suddenly awake and think what is this. I do not have control on mind and on sex. I am suffering from pe and ed also. I try to maintain discipline but not success. Please advice.

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My mind do not remain constant anytime. Talk and thinking does not tally. At the time of talk saying something and mi...
It is not related to madness or unsound mind. Everyone have two dimensional thoughts. One is good and another is bad. No need of shy it is your interest. Do not feel it is wrong. You feel insecure and inferiority complex. When we are not perfect we satisfy in dreams. It is common thing. Hanuman chalisa reading it is a very good habit. Absentmindness it is common. Concentrate on your work. Relax yourself. Do not be confused each and every aspect. Do not think too much about past incidents. Feel always happy. It will give very good motivation. Do sincere work each movement of the life feel always confident. Do not feel it is my mistake and etc. Be share all your personal feelings with your friends and family members. Be happy all time. Spend for your relaxation. Go movies and temples. Visit new places. Enjoy every movement of life. You are always normal. Your thoughts are normal. It is common factors. Ok all the best.
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I am a medical student . I was a brilliant student since 2 months ago but from 2 months I do not know what happen but I do not want to study.

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I am a medical student . I was a brilliant student since 2 months ago but from 2 months I do not know what happen but...
Hello Nadeem, its only a mindset. you should work on why you want to do the medicine, then write down reasons why you are doing medicine. Do regular exercise and do Yoga. Associate with successful doctors and ask them questions why they are in the profession. Keep ready positive mental attitude books.

Hello doctor! I am 33 years old. I started drinking in 2007 and continued till July 2016. It was mostly on weekends or in parties. Now I want to quit drinking completely. I am suffering from acidity and that is the only problem which I am facing. I want to know doctor if I quit drinking now then will I be safe in future or is there any chance of any dangerous disease in future. Please doctor suggest what is beneficial for me. Thanks a lot Sir.

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Hello doctor! I am 33 years old. I started drinking in 2007 and continued till July 2016. It was mostly on weekends o...
Yes, from what you are saying, it appears there is no irreversible damage as of now. So if you quit completely now, dangerous diseases are unlikely to occur in future. Take care and congratulations on your decision to quit!
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Sir, I really need help. I think it's some sort of depression that I am facing from few days because there is great headache when I am thinking about my life and I don't want to wake up. My age is 18.

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Sir, I really need help.
I think it's some sort of depression that I am facing from few days because there is great h...
hi, I would like to know more about you and your routine. You may contact me by asking private question here on lybrate for further discussion.

Im an accountant have so much of stress while doing my work how I can reduce my stress at that time help me please.

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Im an accountant have so much of stress while doing my work how I can reduce my stress at that time help me please.
Kindly check with yourself whether this stress is work related or is it that your personal issues are bothering you while working. If there is something personal, get that sorted out first. If it is only work related stress, try to work smartly. Take help of technology to finish more work in lesser time. Also please check with yourself: 1. Are you or are you not enjoying your work? - if you find your job/work boring, then you might find it more stressful. 2, think, how important is this job for you? is it possible for your to find other job alternatives. 3. Are you satisfied with the money that you are earning? 4. Try to discuss/share your concerns with your friends/colleagues 5. Have your meals on time. 6. Have some daily exercise routine/yoga to destress yourself.
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Hi, I am married for 1.5 years and my age is 30. In this 1.5 years, I had physical relations with my wife for only thrice. Last time we had in Apr 2015. She is not having any interest to involve in same now whereas I have. How can we reconcile? I don't want to pressurise her.

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Hi, I am married for 1.5 years and my age is 30. In this 1.5 years, I had physical relations with my wife for only th...
Yes this is frustrating for anyone. You need to begin with open communication about sexual relationships and creating bonding between you and your spouse. Basically you need to ask her about her thoughts and feelings regarding lovemaking i. E. Sexual intercourse. Such issues are common in many girls/women since beginning of humanity due to apprehensions and fear about sexuality. It happens due to lack of quality understanding of basics of sexual relationships. What men/women know and understand about sexuality and relationships is via half-hearted hearsay guidance and porn watching. Also sexuality is stigmatized as bad since childhood specially for women. Solutions lie in open communication and interaction with an expert sexologist along with your wife. Sexual relationships in couples is a part of life and basis of lifetime bonding. Therefore it needs to begin with proper understanding and in right way where both man and wife enjoy in a quality way. Move on for proper guidance with expert. All the best.
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My father is suffering from mental tension. Seems to be going to depression and feeling giddy. Full day they think always negative and feel anxiety and afraid when someone speaks loudly. Please suggest me some cause and treatment also. please reply as soon as possible.

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My father is suffering from mental tension. Seems to be going to depression and feeling giddy. Full day they think al...
Hi lybrate-user, try spending time with him and talking to him about his tension and anxiety. If you feel you cannot handle it then you must seek professional help.
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My son, 19 yrs, always wants girl friends as lover. But till date no one has loved him. Remains steady in the day time. Bu suffers from depression at night hrs. Ajoy Mazumder.

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My son, 19 yrs, always wants girl friends as lover. But till date no one has loved him. Remains steady in the day tim...
You have to make him understand when the right time comes a girl will become his lover and to be patient till then.
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I am unable to concentrate on anything, my mind is blocked I always feel scared. Please advise.

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Dear, you must be able to understand concentration, attention span, recollection and distraction. If you are able to watch a movie for two hours continuously, if you are able to play a game for an hour, then you do not have any concentration problems. You can't be attentive towards your studies because you are not interested in it. You are able to watch movie and play game because you are interested in it. Human cannot be attentive towards anything for more than 10 minutes. Then you should study in such a way that your attention is continued and make the subjects are interesting to you. Effective learning techniques should help you. Recollection depends on anxiety, stress and other physical and circumstantial factors. Distractions while studying are plentiful. You should be able to overcome distractions or avoid distractions. Please understand the above. Change your study style and attitude accordingly. Please post a private question to me and I will help you with" effective learning" techniques. Take care.

Coping with Grief and Loss: The Five Stages

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Loss and grief are two unfortunate partners where the latter follows the former. While the type of grief or the nature of the loss may differ from person to person, there are five distinct stages of loss and grieloss and grief are two unfortunate partners where the latter follows the former. While the type of grief or the nature of the loss may differ from person to person, there are five distinct stages of loss and grief that all people universally go through, when faced with such a situation. Here are the five stages of this process and the different ways in which one can cope with each stage.

Denial and isolation:

In this phase, the patient usually ends up blocking out the words as well as the thoughts and reactions that surround this sad event, which can lead to a numbing action of the brain. While we all do this in some measure during such situations, some people take it especially hard by acting as if nothing has happened at all. If this phase does not come to pass within a short frame of time, then psychological and medical intervention may be required.

Anger:

When a person begins to acknowledge the loss, there is a sense of unfairness which can lead to frustration and anger that is basically the way the person may be dealing with the re-emergence of the pain and the fact that it is here to stay. Therapy and sedation may be required if this frustration and repeated spells of tantrums carries on for a prolonged period. Do not hesitate to talk things out rather than flaring up at this point, as the unchangeable has already happened.

Bargaining:

In this phase, desperation enters the mind of the patient where a lot of'what ifs' come up. The patient begins to question what if things had been done differently and other such aspects. If not dealt with in an engaging manner and with empathy, this phase can lead back to anger and frustration.

Depression:

Private mourning of the loss and regret to do with the practical aspects like loneliness and the cost of the loss can strike at this stage. Here, the patient must be made aware of rights as well as the people around him or her who can help out to prevent this depression from becoming a full-fledged condition.

Acceptance:

In this final stage, the patient becomes more accepting of this new reality. Yet, even this must be taken up cautiously as a grief stricken heart may lead to a variety of mental ailments in the long run.

The way to deal with these stages is with therapy and proper guidance where the patient is allowed to channel all the thoughts and anger before accepting the situation. Do not hesitate to ask for counselling and embrace the changes in your life without regret, guilt and depression. F that all people universally go through, when faced with such a situation. Here are the five stages of this process and the different ways in which one can cope with each stage.

Denial and isolation:

In this phase, the patient usually ends up blocking out the words as well as the thoughts and reactions that surround this sad event, which can lead to a numbing action of the brain. While we all do this in some measure during such situations, some people take it especially hard by acting as if nothing has happened at all. If this phase does not come to pass within a short frame of time, then psychological and medical intervention may be required.

Anger:

When a person begins to acknowledge the loss, there is a sense of unfairness which can lead to frustration and anger that is basically the way the person may be dealing with the re-emergence of the pain and the fact that it is here to stay. Therapy and sedation may be required if this frustration and repeated spells of tantrums carries on for a prolonged period. Do not hesitate to talk things out rather than flaring up at this point, as the unchangeable has already happened.

Bargaining:

In this phase, desperation enters the mind of the patient where a lot of'what ifs' come up. The patient begins to question what if things had been done differently and other such aspects. If not dealt with in an engaging manner and with empathy, this phase can lead back to anger and frustration.

Depression:

Private mourning of the loss and regret to do with the practical aspects like loneliness and the cost of the loss can strike at this stage. Here, the patient must be made aware of rights as well as the people around him or her who can help out to prevent this depression from becoming a full-fledged condition.

Acceptance:

In this final stage, the patient becomes more accepting of this new reality. Yet, even this must be taken up cautiously as a grief stricken heart may lead to a variety of mental ailments in the long run.

The way to deal with these stages is with therapy and proper guidance where the patient is allowed to channel all the thoughts and anger before accepting the situation. Do not hesitate to ask for counselling and embrace the changes in your life without regret, guilt and depression.
Coping with Grief and Loss: The Five Stages
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Hii Dr. I want to act according to my thinking. But I am fail in taking action on my plans. I decided that my woke up time is 4 a.m. & after that I want to do meditation, yoga & running. But I am not able to woke up in early morning. Thats why I have anger on myself & feel frustrated during whole day. Sir what should I do to be a hardworking & regular towards my goals. Please help me.

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Hii Dr. I want to act according to my thinking. But I am fail in taking action on my plans. I decided that my woke up...
You have to make a timetable that is not very harsh and not very lax. You have to assign yourself tasks in a graded manner. Dont assign too many things to yourself all of a sudden. if you fail once or twice, dont catastrophise it. it happens to everybody. Try again. Remember a partial failure is also a partial success. See things in positive light. Give credit to yourself. Thinking is the first step to taking action. You have already got the step 1 right. Step 2 shall soon follow. Don't worry. It is only a matter of time. take care!
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How to handle emotional stress?

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With Balanced mind/ Do not expect all you want/ take it as it comes/ stress is one when you resist any pressure/ You try to cope with stress/ by accepting narcissistic injury/ accepting powerlessness and solving your conflicts without much effort. Easy does it. Meditate/ relax don't over react/ exercise/ do pranayama/ aerobics/ eat good food /sleep well/ try to get solutions than creating problems.
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I am having hairs all over my body (chest particularly, sometimes its very annoying & depressing while I wear a shirt and hairs are visible. Is there any solution to this problem either they may be removed without bleaching waxing (chemically) or something home remedy.

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I am having hairs all over my body (chest particularly, sometimes its very annoying & depressing while I wear a shirt...
Hi lybrate user. Apply fine paste of wet turmeric and aloe vera gel on chest with gentle massage, leave it for 15-20 minutes and after that wash it with lukewarm water, do this 2 times in a day. Do this for 30 days. It gives you good result. Consult to me for further suggestions. Thanks.
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I am 17 and I love my ex a lot. He took my virginity and dumped me. This picture of intercourse will remain in my mind forever. How do I get him back? I love him more than my life. And I have no scenes of moving on. I do not wanna either. Is there a right way I can talk to him?

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Why would you go after someone who has dumped you will he ever be true to you in future? no. Things that are looking v important for you won't even matter after 1 year let time time pass. Don't be so stubborn and ruin your life by going after a loser. You deserve better you are young many will come in you life to form meaningful relation with you. And you will be able to take mature stands then.
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When I take a whisky, after three days I feel enxiety, mental problem sleep disorder.Hangover.What to do sir?

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You start on Tab Dilantin 100mg three times a day for a week and contact me, Take Becosule caps daily. Stop drinking Get your blood tests done along with LFT.
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Suffering from depression taking lots of medicine bt still feelings anxiety what should I do.

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Suffering from depression taking lots of medicine bt still feelings anxiety what should I do.
Hi, in your case, consultation with psychiatrist is required to evaluate underlying causes for non responsiveness to these medicines. The appropriate treatment will be started based on lab test and response to these medicines.

Getting depression frequently. Can't able to concentrate on work, falling asleep, & thinking too much of things that's not related to my life & betting frustrated. Can say living in dream? Any suction doctor.

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Getting depression frequently. Can't able to concentrate on work, falling asleep, & thinking too much of things that'...
Practice Mindful Breathing The primary goal of mindful breathing is simply a calm, nonjudging awareness, allowing thoughts and feelings to come and go without getting caught up in them.  Sit comfortably, with your eyes closed and your spine reasonably straight. Bring your attention to your breathing. Imagine that you have a balloon in your tummy. Every time you breathe in, the balloon inflates. Each time you breathe out, the balloon deflates. Notice the sensations in your abdomen as the balloon inflates and deflates. Your abdomen rising with the in-breath, and falling with the out-breath. Thoughts will come into your mind, and that’s okay, because that’s just what the human mind does. Simply notice those thoughts, then bring your attention back to your breathing.  Likewise, you can notice sounds, physical feelings, and emotions, and again, just bring your attention back to your breathing. You don’t have to follow those thoughts or feelings, don’t judge yourself for having them, or analyse them in any way. It’s okay for the thoughts to be there. Just notice those thoughts, and let them drift on by, bringing your attention back to your breathing. Whenever you notice that your attention has drifted off and is becoming caught up in thoughts or feelings, simply note that the attention has drifted, and then gently bring the attention back to your breathing. It's okay and natural for thoughts to enter into your awareness, and for your attention to follow them. No matter how many times this happens, just keep bringing your attention back to your breathing.

Can I chew nicotex 4mg chewing gum to help to quit smoking, now I am smoking 20 cigarette.

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Yeah sure. You should start vigorous exercises, gradually increasing it over a period of time. Do deep breathing exercises every time you feel like smoking (try Yoga), and replace the oral urge with some healthy food substitute to satiate the need. You may also take hard candy or chewing gum. If the urge is too strong, then use nicotine patches, for a little while until the smoking drive reduces substantially. You may also join Smokers Anonymous in your city where the support is really extraordinary for like-minded people who are also in the same situation. Keep yourself occupied or engaged with interesting activities during the times when it is most tempting. Keep the company of non-smokers for some time i.e. at least for the first 21 days. Above all announce it to everyone that you have quit smoking. You must persevere with the best support until you defeat this addiction. Counseling is very useful in the initial stages and when temptations are at their highest. All the damage you incurred earlier because of the smoking can be reverted back to normal in quick time.
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