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Dr. Munish Aggarwal

MBBS, MD

Psychiatrist, Chandigarh

14 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic
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Dr. Munish Aggarwal MBBS, MD Psychiatrist, Chandigarh
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Dr. Munish Aggarwal is a popular Psychiatrist in Sector-17, Chandigarh. He has been a practicing Psychiatrist for 14 years. He has done MBBS, MD . You can meet Dr. Munish Aggarwal personally at Chuttani Medical Centre in Sector-17, Chandigarh. Book an appointment online with Dr. Munish Aggarwal on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - GMCH, Chandigarh - 2004
MD - PGI, Chandigarh - 2009
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English
Hindi

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5 Ways You Can Beat Depression Blues

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Pune
5 Ways You Can Beat Depression Blues

Discussions and consideration of ailments begin and end with those which pertain to the physical health of an individual. Matters of the body are inevitably prioritized over the matters of the mind. However it goes without saying that your overall well-being is as much dependent on your mental health as it is on physical health. However, there are few simple measures which can be undertaken to beat the depression blues.

  1. Exercise: What works for the body may also work for the mind and exercise is a leading example of that. It is recommended that every day you set aside at least some time for exercising. It will not only benefit your physical constitution, but will also keep your thoughts away from the issues which are tormenting you in the first place.
  2. Converse: It is a given that depression alienates people, drowns them in solitude. However, seclusion is merely a temporary refuge, one that can hardly benefit you in the long run. Hard as it may be, try talking to people and engage in conversations with people. In the course of the conversation, try putting into words what exactly you are suffering from. Reaching out for an extended arm goes a long way in recuperating from this condition.
  3. Meditation: When you suffer from depression, you inevitably are, in the process, trying to grapple with plenty of tumultuous issues. It is imperative therefore that you find a way to calm your mind and there is no other way to do it than indulge in meditation.
  4. Find a confidante: When suffering from depression, it is crucial that you find yourself a confidante. It is important to talk to others but it is perhaps more important to find the right person. Irrespective of your relationship with him or her, by all means find a confidante in whom you can unflinchingly confide.
  5. Break monotony: Monotony not only triggers depression but in most cases, breeds it. It is important therefore than you break the monotony. If not a drastic change, go for small changes initially and try to change your daily routine as much as possible.

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

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Mera dimag me hamesa negatives thoughts hi atte h mujhe koi tension nhi h fir bhi ku aisa hota uske karan mujhe mansik kamjori ho raha hu kaise dur kare is negative thoughts ko.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), DYA (DIPLOMA IN YOG & AYURVED), D.I.H.M (DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT)
Ayurveda, Nashik
Mera dimag me hamesa negatives thoughts hi atte h mujhe koi tension nhi h fir bhi ku aisa hota uske karan mujhe mansi...
Massaging to your head with suitable oil it clears the block in the energy channels that cause a build -up negative energy. It increases energy level, alertness and concentration. Wonderful relaxing therapy. It gives relief from pain, stress, insomnia, tension and tiredness. Helps to reduce the stiffness of muscle reduces physical and mental fatigue. Improve the circulation to head, neck, scalp, face shoulder area. Relieves a headache and migraines. Stimulate healthy hair growth. Prevent hair fall and graying of hair. Anti ageing -relax facial and eye muscles to make you look younger and healthy. Key to increasing eyesight. Pour 3-4 drops of warm pure cow ghee in both nostrils in head low position.
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Dear sir I am facing stress disorder because of stress my muscle tension and less sleep and hormone problem male hormone is less so please consult ayurvedic medicine for cure my stress problem I am use so many medicine but my stress problem not solve.

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), M.D (Ayu)
Ayurveda,
Dear sir I am facing stress disorder because of stress my muscle tension and less sleep and hormone problem male horm...
There are so many reasons for stress. If we can find out the reason behind your stress and according to it we can do treatment then it will very beneficial to you sir. Further Yoga aasana and Pranayam can also help ful in this condition.
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I am feeling very low these days. I don't smoke cigarettes but I drink sometimes. What are the adverse affects of drinking more please tell if there are some good effects.

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
Take nat mur 200 2 doses (1 in morning and then in evening). And then consult me again after 10 days. In between feel free to consult me again.
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My husband who is 72 years old has a very bad temper and cannot control it when disturbed He uses fowl language often. He will go into shell for a week or so. What treatment do you suggest for him?

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath,
Nux. Vom. 1m twice a day for 6 days also needs some tips for you for him i. E. How to behav with him to get better. I need some discussion with u.
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My son is 7 months old and Doctor prescribed ultra vitamin D3 syrup when he is born but they did not tell when to stop. Still we are feeding this syrup. Please suggest me when we can stop this syrup?

MBBS, MD
Pediatrician, Gurgaon
My son is 7 months old and Doctor prescribed ultra vitamin D3 syrup when he is born but they did not tell when to sto...
If you give small dose of d3 vit. You may continue for months. Exposure tomorning sunlight can be more helpful.
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Sometimes I feel lonely and irritated. My husband don't give me much time. I have one son. In evening I feel ghabrahat. I try to keep myself busy. Is it depression.

Ph.D - Ayurveda, FFAM-Post Graduate Fellowship, MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Delhi
Sometimes I feel lonely and irritated. My husband don't give me much time. I have one son. In evening I feel ghabraha...
Myocardial bridging has nothing to do with your depression; it is due to hypothyroidism and loneliness. You have to utilize loneliness in purposeful way by favorite reading, writing, watching tv. Cooking, discussion, meditation etc. Ask your husband to give time as it is your right and his duty and if you request he will not deny.
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Hi I am 23 years old girl with a bad childhood. My father and mother used to have ugly fights where my mother was always a victim it was due to another woman in my father' s life. Since 7 years I am in an distance relationship with my cousin now I am about to get married in a year or so. But the problem is I have a lot of fights with him since a year or two. I feel very insecure jealous whenever he takes others name. I have lately started abusing him he is getting tired of me. I think only he has attraction with me.he mostly speaks about it. Now he has come to india today we had a fight because he praised his sister in law for her good singing I got very angry and irritated him to the core. And my mother heard when I eas talking and said she will take me to the psychiatrist ad I feel very depressed n my mother said I am not a normal girl and I have done this many times even when he said sorry for hours. Please advise

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, I sincerely think you have possessive disorder. You are overly possessed with your boy friend, which is not right at this point or any time in the future. Such a possessiveness could ruin your life. In my opinion, you should understand him as a human being and not a toy in your hand. Treat him with respect and dignity. You may go for a psychological counseling. Or you may talk to me over phone and I may provide you mobile counseling. Take care.
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I am suffering from chest pain like middle poking and chest anxiety and below the arm and coughing regularly about 2 years.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I am suffering from chest pain like middle poking and chest anxiety and below the arm and coughing regularly about 2 ...
Hi lybrate-user, If you have got all your tests done, and everything came out to be normal you are suffering from Anxiety disorder. Start with medication of Anxiety. It might help you to know that anxious people tend to breathe in faulty ways, hence the emphasis on breathing exercises as part of relaxation exercises. Examples of faulty breathing include mouth breathing, sighing and hyperventilating. This can cause chest discomfort, because it not only strains the accessory muscles (those between the ribs and at the top of the ribcage, between the shoulders and the neck), but also can irritate the cartilage between the ribs. Either of these things (or both together) can cause localized chest pain and tenderness as well as" crushing" “stabbing” or" stitches" - painful muscle spasms in the chest wall. The next time you get this chest pain, notice how you are breathing. If your breathing is faulty as described above, then close your mouth and breathe through your nose. Combine this with a mild analgesic such as Paracetamol and relaxation exercises or a relaxation CD. If you can tolerate a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine such as Ibuprofen, this will also help. Hopefully this will allow the muscles to rest and relax so that you experience much less discomfort in your chest or none at all. Remember that muscle spasm is very painful, and as you have had anxiety for some time it isn't surprising that your chest and neck muscles are affected. The other thing with breathing is to try shifting your focus to your belly. Remember that it's your diaphragm moving down, not your ribs moving out, that facilitates breathing. Your diaphragm moves, pulling air into your lungs, which expands your ribcage. Place your hands lightly on your belly and feel it move up and down. You can even expand your belly muscles as if to breathe down there. Let your ribs do what they like – just try not to think about them (easier said than done, I know). This sort of breathing is taught in yoga and can be very helpful. Please consult a psychologist for psychotherapy and anxiety management.
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