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Ms. Surina Lall

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Ms. Surina Lall is an experienced Psychologist in Old Madras Road, Bangalore. She is currently practising at Sampurna Clinic in Old Madras Road, Bangalore. Save your time and book an appointment online with Ms. Surina Lall on Lybrate.com.

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My boyfriend has many female friends. He never hide them with me. But sometime when they hangout he sits with them. Touching doesn't mean anything to them but it bothers me a lot. 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
My boyfriend has many female friends. He never hide them with me. But sometime when they hangout he sits with them. T...
Dear user. I can understand. From the given information it just seems that you are being possessive with your boy friend. Don't worry. Being possessive with your boy friend is normal and natural. You will stop being possessive when you understand that your boy friend do have his own life style and behavior. I suggest online counseling for you. Take care.
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I am a 28 year old male and being treated for schizophrenia since may 2012. Initially started on tablets resperidone for a year thereafter switched over to invega sustena. I had to quit my job before I started medication. My positive symptoms disappeared around three months after starting treatment and the negative symptoms almost completely gone recently when I joined a job for six months staying away from home in a foreign land. I feel quite confident and well. During the past period I continued to drink moderately (around 120ml, two to three times a week), and smoke around 5-8 cigarettes a day. When can I stop taking medication?

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am amazed at your response to the treatment. You are doing unusually well and you must keep it up. Alcohol and smoking are really bad for you even in small quantities. I am concerned that you are not into therapy in conjunction with the medication. You will need this type of monitoring and help and they can tell you about the cessation of medicines. As far as I know, it is very rare to come off of medication with schizophrenia but in combination with psychotherapy you can explore this possibility, and especially because you have responded so well already. Doing a job and being functional is very important to your recovery. Also keeping away from family may be helpful because they can inadvertently trigger relapses easily, being the unit from which you developed the condition in the first place.
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I have all the symptoms of ADD what should I do. I cannot concentrate on anything and I get bored with everything.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
Try to exercise on most days. You don’t have to go to the gym. A 30-minute walk four times a week is enough to provide benefits. Thirty minutes of activity every day is even better. Pick something enjoyable, so you’ll stick with it. Choose activities that play to your physical strengths or that you find challenging yet fun. Team sports can be a good choice because the social element keeps them interesting. Get out into nature. Studies show that spending time in nature can reduce the symptoms of ADD/ADHD. Double up on the benefits by combining “green time” with exercise. Try hiking, trail running, or walking in a local park or scenic area. Tips for getting better sleep Have a set bedtime and stick to it, and get up at the same time each morning, even if you’re tired. Make sure your bedroom is completely dark and keep electronics out (even the dim light from digital clocks or your cellphone can disrupt sleep). Avoid caffeine later in the day, or consider cutting it out entirely. Implement a quiet hour or two before bed. Try to turn off all screens (TV, computer, smartphone, etc.) at least an hour before bedtime. If your medication is keeping you up at night, talk with your doctor about taking a lower dose or taking it earlier in the day.
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Hello! I am in love since 6 years I did not reveal my love to my parents my parents are well educated govt employees and are in good position my boyfriend is my elder brothers friends my brother know about this and he did not like to accept him though he was best friend of him since schooling by knowing our love he just avoided him and he said he will not accept him and his family is poor he parents are uneducated and though they are in such critical condition he came up himself and studied b.tech from good university and now he is working as an software engineer when should I say my love to my parents does they accept? Their family accepted me and there is no problem from his side please guide me i am in big stress.

MSc in Applied Psychology, MSc Health Psychology, PGCTC, PGC (Family Therapy)
Psychologist, Mumbai
Lybrate-user you need to introspect with question and honestly answer what made you fall in love why you continue to be in relationship, have you both grown in relationship or still were you started as lovers. What are your individual goals n do they match as couple. So on there are such questions which will help reduce your insecurities and clear your thoughts. So work with a pre marital Counsellor to help you.I am sure you will find in happiness in your decision.
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How should I get out of my past memories with my ex-boyfriend I am not able to think I want to forget but dont know how?

MBBS, Structure of Intellect learning Specialist
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Hi, My sympathies for you loss, however, I do not write to just offer placating words of comfort that will make you feel good for a short time and then leave you feeling incomplete again. What you probably might not be aware of is that there is considerable evidence that some trauma is good for long term growth. The predicament you find yourself in is no doubt distressing and likely makes you feel that you are lacking in something and are not' whole' or complete. Any life event that causes distress because of a perceived loss or separation from a loved one causes primarily two things - it makes you want to recover or somehow regain what you have lost and it disrupts your sense of identity. All of us rely on others to make our lives meaningful, happy and complete. We want to feel desired and loved and cherished. But that doesn' t always happen. Remember, that right at this moment you ARE complete. You have everything that you need to lead a purposeful and meaningful life. This doesn' t mean that you will not have obstacles or disappointments in your way. What it means is that you can choose to proactively cope with and look beyond your loss or predicament. You could begin by taking the following steps: - When memories, sorrow and distressing thoughts arise, don' t judge yourself or others. Try not to analyze or get too drawn into your thoughts. Observe them without participating in them. - If necessary, find a close friend or family member to talk to. Someone you can open yourself to without fear of being judged. - Cope by asking yourself" what can I do to make the situation better" Try and come up with ways to structure your day with activities that you enjoy, stay engaged with some routine or work or study. See if you can spend some time exercising or reading. - Don' t be too harsh on yourself. If you find yourself musing and anguishing over what you have lost, gently remind yourself that you cannot undo the past, and that some distress is a normal part of life. Remember to affirm that you have the capability to overcome difficult circumstances. - Spend some time considering that there are so many millions in this world who have had devastating losses and heartbreak. Even though you are in pain, you still probably have much to be grateful for like a family perhaps, or good music to listen to, or something as basic as food and shelter! A sense of gratitude helps overcome the feeling of being a victim and pushes you to look for solutions. - Take small steps. Be proud of yourself if you accomplish something, even if it is just reading what is written here. -If you like to read, read inspirational material. Spend time taking walks if possible, and do remember to get a good nights sleep, and eat well. I wish you well and hope that in time, you will come to terms with your loss and find a sense of balance!
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Hi. , Currently I am going through lot of stress some personal issues and I am not able to sleep, I keep on thinking and thats impacting me a lot. I can concentrate on work, I have tried everything to engage Myself but failed. Please suggest me something, I am really in a bad condition.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda,
Hi. , Currently I am going through lot of stress some personal issues and I am not able to sleep, I keep on thinking ...
Yes. Don't worry practice yogas and pranayamas daily practice morning and evening walk necessary practice vajarasan, padmasan, shavasan more go for ayurvedic shirodhara procedures hope better health.
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Is there any home remedy (not Ayurveda medicines) but a simple home remedy things available at home to cure stress and depression.

MBBS, MD Psychiatry, DNB (Psychiatry)
Psychiatrist, Kolkata
Is there any home remedy (not Ayurveda medicines) but a simple home remedy things available at home to cure stress an...
Dear Lybrate user There is no SIMPLE way to cure stress and depression. First of all, Depression is a medical illness which requires thorough investigation and understanding so that underlying cause can be treated. For stress, ideally stress management is the trick. This entails, understanding the source of your stress, identifying it, accepting it and working on methods to cope with it. I would recommend a stress management direction for you. You can begin by modifying your lifestyle (kicking any bad habits) and adopting healthy ones. This is a slow and life long process. And will not CURE stress. Instead just help cope with it.
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I am 25 year old but approx 6 months learning and forgetting problems than 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 your age, memory problems like amnesia are not common. Many young people are having problems with memory. These problems are 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.
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