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Ms. Ms. Nisha Vidyasagar

B.Sc, M.Sc - Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology

Psychologist, Bangalore

14 Years Experience  ·  750 at clinic
Ms. Ms. Nisha Vidyasagar B.Sc, M.Sc - Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology Psychologist, Bangalore
14 Years Experience  ·  750 at clinic
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Ms. Ms. Nisha Vidyasagar is an experienced Psychologist in JP Nagar, Bangalore. She has been a successful Psychologist for the last 14 years. She is a B.Sc, M.Sc - Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology . You can consult Ms. Ms. Nisha Vidyasagar at Cadabams Mindtalk in JP Nagar, Bangalore. You can book an instant appointment online with Ms. Ms. Nisha Vidyasagar on Lybrate.com.

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B.Sc - Women's Christian College, - 2003
M.Sc - Psychology - Women's Christian College, - 2005
M.Phil - Psychology - Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, - 2007
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I'm b.tech graduate and I have confusion whether to go for software or govt jobs, because of this problem my brain was roasted and distressed please help me to get out this stress. because this I'm loosing my concentration.

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I'm b.tech graduate and I have confusion whether to go for software or govt jobs, because of this problem my brain wa...
You have a frank and open talk with elders, teachers or best friends and if needed visit a counsellor or education counselor.
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I m a depression patient since last 20 years, currently i m taking flunil 60,bupron XL 150mg and Vibrania D (vit D+B12), I still experience lack of motivation /energy,memory related issues(short term memory) , brain fog and weakness in legs.Pls suggest any change or add on treament for the current medication.Pls advise asap as 20 years is too big a time in ones life

BHARAT JYOTI, MRACGP, INCEPTOR, MD-PhD, MD - Psychiatry, FIPS, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE), DPM, MBBS
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Can you please write a detailed history of illness and medication memory emotion and mental status and motivation since 20 years?
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I feel some time Happy too much & some time vary sad, ,& feel that I am alone. I don't have consentrat my mind.How can I feel happy continuously ?have You a any medicine?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
There is nothing like a happiness pill. You seem to be suffering from mood disturbances and some psychological issues. You need to see a professional who can evaluate you and suggest you a treatment.
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Sir I got nervous usually in any little problem. Usually got depress and it effects digestive system. Feel vomiting. Unwillingness for food. And at last week ness affect for long run. Although I back and recover in few days but it happen usually. Please suggest what should do.

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Sir I got nervous usually in any little problem. Usually got depress and it effects digestive system. Feel vomiting. ...
Our body is linked to our mind and whenever we are emotionally disturbed, some part of the body which is weak already will get affected. You have very rightly connected your emotional state to your digestion. For nervousness, I suggest that you undergo counselling sessions to feel more confident from within and in control of yourself and the situation. The counsellor will help you to vent out whatever you are going through in a non judgemental and therapeutic space which is aimed at recovery from the stress and learning practical tips to handle stress better without feeling nervousness. Meanwhile some general tips foryou: 1. Keep in mind that you have some abilities and capabilities. If you are doing any work out of your comfort zone, then it's possible that you win feel nervous. All humans go through this and it is normal. But what helps to come out of nervousness and perform the job, is a core belief that I am capable and worthy of doing this job and I know how to do this job. If you don't have the knowledge then it is best to learn what is needed and then attempt the job. Eg. A receptionist must know how to type and answer phone calls. Thus it is important to know these skills before attempting to take this role. 2. Don't be afraid to make mistakes: all humans make mistakes even if they have been doing a particular work for many years. This is again human nature and tendency. So don't be hard on yourself and be ready to make mistakes. The best way is to learn from your error of judgement so that you don't do the same things next time. You will get hands on experience and know different ways of doing the same thing as well. People who succeed only make number of mistakes. Without making mistakes, nobody has yet succeeded. 3. From depressed I think that you feel disappointed in yourself. Please don't label yourself as depressed because disappointment is a normal emotion and nobody is immune to it. Life is dull of ups and downs. Your job is to bounce back and be ready to take the challenge again. The failure doesn't define you as a person. Failure and success are one part of life and you are much more than that. You might have not succeeded in one attempt. But you can make more attempts or try something new. There is no end to scope of exploration and learning. 4. Exercising regularly and eating light food full of lean proteins, complex carbs, good fats is very important for physical and mental health. Get your vit b 12 and vit d3 levels checked and if it's low then eat foods which will up this level or take supplements. Exercising is known to release natural and mood uplifting neuro transmitters to help feel good and confident about your self. And there are numerous health benefits including better digestion.
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Dear doctor My son was 3 month old he was not sleeping properly not even 8 hrs perfectly in a 24 hrs. What's the problem please suggest me my wife totally depressed.Please tell.

CCEBDM, PG Diploma In Clinical cardiology, MBBS
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My son was 3 month old he was not sleeping properly not even 8 hrs perfectly in a 24 hrs. What's the prob...
Does baby cry or just awake. Babies generally have light slep and awakened easily if crying he might be hungry, getting wet too often or having some abdominal discomfort. Do proper breast feeding, even he may just suck the nipple during sleep. Keep him in a comfortable, peaceful, relatively dark environment. Carry him in your arms and have skin to skin contact may do some rocking movements give a baby massage and bath daily do proper burping after feed change nappy as required and have patience give feed back.
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How to Overcome Stage Fright

BDS, Certification in hypnotherapy, Certification in N.L.P, Certification in Gene and behavior, Psychology at Work
Psychologist, Gurgaon
How to Overcome Stage Fright

You are about to go on stage to face an audience. Palms sweaty, heart racing and a fear gripping your in such a way that your feet or tongue refuse to move? Relax. You are having a bout of stage fright. The first and most comforting thing to know is that the biggest and most popular performers and speakers also go through a bout of nervousness before their big show. And yet, when you see them on stage, you'll not detect an ounce of it. You can be that person too.

Why do you experience stage fright? Being the center of attention among an audience focused only on you can trigger thoughts of a bad or unconvincing performance resulting in loss of reputation, mockery and a perception of failure. The physical response your body has to this is called "fight or flight" syndrome which is a natural process designed to protect you.

So how do you face the situation and get better of it? Here are a few steps to get you there:

  • Self-hypnosis / Hypnotherapy for stage fright: Imagine if you believed that you are a master public speaker and can feel calm and confident during every performance! A self-hypnosis or hypnortherapy session allows you to reach out into the recesses of your subconscious mind and harness its power to handle stressful situations like a stage performance. You may have heard the common adage of - You are what you believe; and this therapy proves it. The process will help you visualize your actual performance and link it with positive, encouraging and enjoyable images which will replace your anxiety with confidence. You can either visit a consultant or buy a CD online.
  • NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) for stage fright: NLP was created in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California as a connection between neurological process, linguistic and behavioural patterns learnt through experience or programming. NLP claims to cure everything from phobias to depression to even the common cold. Though not scientifically proven, NLP uses a set of mental exercises to allow you to change your perception and blockages and hesitation into positive actions. Similar to hypnosis, it'll allow you to program yourself to believe and practice for a positive outcome in order to achieve it.
  • Add the wow factor: Anyone giving you their time deserves to leave with a 'wow'. Add facts, figures or moves that'll give them that. Add 'your' touch and style to it.
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I have a child going to class 11th now. He has been displaying a very rebellious and aggressive behavior from sometime now and I feel he is slipping from our hands as he never listens to anyone, does not care about anything and has a cellphone/internet addiction. What can I do to help him? Is there some special counselling that is required for both him and us as parents?

M.Sc - Psychological Counseling, B.A ( Hons) - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I have a child going to class 11th now. He has been displaying a very rebellious and aggressive behavior from sometim...
Hello lybrate-user, your boy who studies in grade 11 is an adolescent. Adolescence is a tricky age when an individual is neither an adult, yet, nor a child, anymore. This is also an especially curious age when adolescents are trying very hard to make sense of the world. It is also a period when the body is undergoing many changes (both internally and externally), therefore it is a task to cope with these changes. Firstly, do not label your child's behavior under problem categories like" cell-phone addiction or internet addiction. Know these are just means for your child to explore the world. And exploration is not inherently bad. Try to spend time with him as a family. Talk to him about his day for at least 15 minutes, every day. Talk to him about what your adolescence period was like (both parents). Such activities help adolescents feel more comfortable in their skin. Share meals, together. Most importantly appreciate your child whenever he does something positive or achieves something. Be warm and gentle. In a couple of years your child will be les anxious and settled. Be kind and patient until then. And create opportunities for free-flowing communication. Good luck.
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Sometimes I am Short tempered when my beloved do some wrong and makes some bad behaviour and gets angry without logically, and sometimes I understand that she doesn't understand my feelings whenever she makes me angry again and again. I get a lot anger that time and wish to go an end. Please suggest me what must I do?

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Psychiatrist, Nagpur
You definitely seem to have anger management issues. Let me first assure you that nobody around you is the cause for your distress. It is your belief system that judges every kind of outside behaviour irrationally so that you ending up in a problem. This is definitely not to blame you. Once you learn to deal with/ manage to rearrange your belief system to think rationally your negative emotions certainly won't remain harmful to you at all. I understand that this seems a bit complicated to you. But some sessions of ret with behaviour therapy would certainly help you come out of this. Consult a ret therapist or a psychiatrist for counseling and therapy.
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4 Must-Do Ways Of Coping With A Break Up

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4 Must-Do Ways Of Coping With A Break Up
4 Must-Do Ways Of Coping With A Break Up

Breakups can be devastating. The non-availability of a person you loved dearly can give rise to emotions of anger, helplessness, emptiness, frustration and sometimes even guilt. Coping with a break up is extremely difficult for most people. So what is the best way of dealing with it? Read on...

1. Live For Yourself

Whether it’s your sleeping habit, or tastes in food or even music preferences, a relationship calls for a compromise in either or all of these. Since you’re free now, you can indulge in everything that you had to give up on. Even if it’s something as simple as peanuts, which gave him or her allergies, you should indulge in it by the handful. Go out; don’t keep yourself cooped up at home. Meet new people, form new bonds with the people you like and do whatever makes you happy.

2. Vent Out

Call your friends or family and share the pent up feelings with them. Friends and family are sympathetic, and can act as a shoulder to cry on. However, make sure you are smart about your venting. It’s pretty easy to fall into the habit of crying and drinking, laying in your bed, wallowing in your misery and ignoring all your responsibilities. Venting helps, but not at the cost of the rest of your life. Make sure you aren’t succumbing to complete self-pity as this will only add to your depression.

3. Exercise

Exercising serves two purposes. One, it helps you get back in shape so that you feel confident and healthy. Two, exercise has been proven to reduce stress, by bringing about the release of the feel-good hormones, endorphins, in your body. Regular workouts will increase adrenaline and dopamine in your system. Being mood-enhancers, these chemicals work to make you happy and keep you stress-free.

4. Cut-off Contact

Many people say that they want to remain friends after breaking up, but that is mostly not a good idea. So what do you do? Try cutting off complete contact for a while, at least till you heal. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Gmail, or Pinterest, you need to deny yourself avenues to check out either your ex-partner or your past life with them. Avoid talking on calls and texts too. Get rid of their stuff in your house. If you have a song that reminds you of the time spent with your ex-partner, don’t listen to it in the immediate aftermath of the breakup. If you can’t do this yourself, ask a friend to help keep you on track or even do it for you.

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Hi, I Am having very much fear and hesitation, How to remove fear and hesitation. Please reply me as early as possible.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology, P.G.Dip.in Guidance &Counselling, B.A., Psychology, Dip.in Pharmacy
Psychologist, Madurai
Hi,
I Am having very much fear and hesitation, How to remove fear and hesitation. Please reply me as early as possible.
List out the situations, things, persons, activities etc. That cause you fear and hesitation. Try to do/approach them to the level you can tolerate. Next time expand your limit to your further tolerance level, and so on. If you are unable to do it yourself, I can help you through further consultations.
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Sir. I study and read a lot. But the problem is I don't remember anything. When I attend the exam. And suddenly I get headache. Due to which I forget the what I hv read and. My mind gets diverted to other matters thinking of something.

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Homeopath,
Sir. I study and read a lot. But the problem is I don't remember anything. When I attend the exam. And suddenly I get...
Dear lybrate user, take homoeopathic anacardium 200, 5 drops, thrice daily, in empty stomach. Also take homoeopathic mother tincture ashwagandha q, 30 drops, thrice daily, after meals, in a cup of water.
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My mother has a depression .She is going through with some hallucinations like to see colours by watching video songs n movies .She called her siblings n friends when she feel something is going wrong n shouting start for 1-2 hrs until she feel relaxed .Sometimes she feel someone in home is doing black magic . What to do doctor HELP her .EVERY YEAR she has a same problem For 2--3 months.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
It is much more than depression. She is being treated for psychosis. Are you keeping the doctor informed of these developments? I suggest that you meet with a counselor too to help her with skills to understand the disease and what to do when she has certain impulses. She needs to bring in some discipline into her life, set up certain routines, and follow a tight time-schedule. There must be some interesting activities she needs to do every day. She must exercise both Yoga and some aerobic ones too. Gradually help her meet people. Over a period of time these episodes will disappear with this kind of follow up. If she loves certain hobbies, facilitate that. Let her become productive and occupied with something constructive. If she cooperates, maybe she could be weaned off of the medication to a lower dose. Please do not neglect this any further. At her age she could only degenerate without the combination therapy approach.
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Hy doct, I am 21 years old. I have been smoke from 2 yrs. I want to quit it. Is there any side effects if I quit smoking suddenly. Give me some tips of quit smoking easily.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Masters in psychology counselling
Psychologist, Hyderabad
Dear lybrate-user, it is good that you wants stop smoking, we are destroying our health by smoking normal human takes oxygen into lungs 12 -15 times per minute (12 - 15 breaths) lungs mixes oxygen in blood and it purifies our blood, by smoking we are mixing not only oxygen adding and mixing bad elements like nicotine etc. In oxygen, that spoils our blood and our body all organs like lungs, heart, kidney etc. In our body. How to quit: by willingness and willpower" where there is a will there is a way" reduce one by one day by day.
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Doctor she is about 80 years old she remembers each and everything but she doesn't remember that she is in her house the only thing she is saying again and again that please take me back to my home and she issuing abuse language again and again even while sleeping she abuse to me my mom dad and my wife she is over weight so we can't even pick her up from bed she is taking sleeping pills of 2.5 mg but she doesn't sleep more than 4 hour can you please advise what to do or any medicine which can at least make her mind cool.

MPHIL, M A PSYCHOLOGY
Psychologist, Chennai
Doctor she is about 80 years old she remembers each and everything but she doesn't remember that she is in her house ...
Dear lybrate-user, what your mother experiencing is the condition called dementia, which has symptoms memory lose, dis inhibition, silly behaviours, change in ways of normal behaviour, paranoia etc. It is a progressive illness and there is every probability for the symptoms to get worse. People with dementia develop behavioural and psychological symptoms including restlessness, aggression, delusions, hallucinations, apathy and sleep disturbances. I suggest you to take to a neuro rehabilitation center or an eminent psychiatrist who could provide you with medicines. Anti psychotics, anticonvulsants drugs are used for them which are found to be effective. Your mother needs to be cared with utmost patience and medicines are only a part of it. A geriatric center should be the place where she needs to be consulted at.
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My symptoms are matching with neurons damage. I am having memory, concentration and focus problems. I am 19. Am I really having my neurons destroying? Also I am addicted to excessive masturbation. Whom should I consult? Are there any home remedies to cure them rapidly?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Having memory/concentration/ focus problems is not necessarily due to neuronal damage; they may occur due to multiple causes. Unless you are abusing substances, having exposure to toxins, or having any neurodegenerative disease, it is less likely that you have neuronal damage at the age of 18. Try some meditation, relaxation techniques or yoga to improve your concentration and reduce your anxiety. Masturbation is natural. However when it begins to take over your entire life and occupies all your time, or prevents you from creating/ maintaining meaningful relationships, it is a significant problem. If the problem is overwhelming, consult a psychiatrist.
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Hi Will smoking twice a month have any ill effects? considering only 2 cig a month?

(MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
No. It will not have any effects. But there is more likely chances that 2 will increase to 4 then to 10 then to 100. Then you will have all the problems including impotency
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Hello Doctor, my son is to be married shortly. His fiancee has revealed that her mother is schizophrenic. What are the chances of their child getting schizophrenia? his fiancee appears normal. What are the chances of her already having it? when do symptoms appear? thanks for your time Doctor.

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 , schizophrenia has different forms and less than 10% cases are hereditary. You need to talk to the psychiatrist who is treating the patient and inquire about the hereditary aspect. Secondly, I suggest you not to carry such doubts in your mind. If your son likes the girl, let them marry and lead a happy life. Future will be taken care of by them. Take care.
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I need to stop my smoking I can not control my self if I stop smoking forcibly I get headache what should I do.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
I need to stop my smoking I can not control my self if I stop smoking forcibly I get headache what should I do.
Take Daphne indica 1x tablets /bd And nux vom 30 daily night time for 15 days and revert for follow up
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I panic and worry over small situation that leads to instead sweating, headache and constipation. Any solution?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry, MBA (Healthcare)
Psychiatrist, Davanagere
I panic and worry over small situation that leads to instead sweating, headache and constipation. Any solution?
Good Morning ~ Worrying about small situations and unusually being worried in situations that others would usually not worry about or being worried about being worried are all signs of treatable anxiety. If that is the case then it can manifest in physical symptoms as well and this may lead to headache and constipation. Medications are useful and you will benefit from visiting with a psychiatrist as soon as possible.
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