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Treatment & Management of Stress
Treatment of Mood Disorder
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Sex Addiction Counselling
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Anger Management Therapy
Treatment of Behaviour & Thought Problems
Quit Smoking Techniques
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Memory Improvement Techniques
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment
Treatment of Abnormal Behaviour
Psychological Diagnosis (Adult And Child)
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I am 18 years old, female, I can't sleep for 3 days straight and I feel like I don't want to eat and I am always having some panic attacks lately like I am crying without knowing any reasons. I've been very depressed lately. What medicine or otc medicine can you give me? Please help me.
I am 31 female, had 7 years kid, after 1 st delivery I went to depression because of my husband and his family torcher. I went physiatrist treatment, since 4 years, at present I am using paxidep cr 25, and some times clonotril 0.25, recently I know that I am a pregnant, now I had 6 weeks, since 2 weeks on words I am not using paxidep cr 25. May I know is there any effect happen in the baby.?
Hi, I'm 30 years old women. I have a problem nowadays of low patience anger scream on small things around me. whenever I shout in anger I get dizziness head rounding and bone pain why it so is it any seriousness.
Sir, I am very much depressed, reason I have no source of income, 66.years old no one to take care of me my widow sister even left me, had one nephew, I had high hopes from him that he will look after me in this old age, now he got good job he left me alone I don't have family in 1986 I got married my wife left me as my income source was questionable, I am taking tab. Lextional 3 m.g but not helping me I am asthmatic patient plus I have enlarged prostate for that taking medicine, advise me some strong medicine for depression, I can not pay have fee of physicartes please help. Shazad from pakistan.
Sir, I feel sever soreness & pain in my both sides of neck, shoulder, arms, total back. More in upper back inside under thorax & chest pain with pinning in my upper chest. Pressing outside no pain I can feel. Pain more in morning & afternoon to late night every day. Feel flu like. Sometimes sweats in upper back & upper abdomen & chest. Chronic headache with soreness &congestion. Heavy gas formation moving upward with education all time. Dizziness & vertigo like feelings. Anxiety & depression I also feel. I tested all blood works, esr ,crp, raf,tsh, ft3,ft4, hla b27, hiv all normal. Vit b12-512, vitd-17.2. Urea, creatinine,k also ok. Usg&ugie shows grade 1 fatty liver & antral gastritis. Ct scan of brain normal. Xray neck shows cervical spondylosis. Bt I feel widespread pain now I can't tolerate more. I hv taken gabapin nt for a month. Pregalin nt for another 15 days bt no improvement. Now I am taking psychiatric med for anxiety & depression still pain growing. I can't do anything. Which specialist I should consult. please help.
I have been using tranquilizers and depression medicines for the last 18 years. My depression occurred due to extreme tension and tiredness in work at the age of puberty. My father and friends forbade me to exert such pressure and exertion on myself as I was devoted to work and studies and did both at the same time but I didn't pay heed and the result is I am in never ending depression which kills me and I am unable to get sleep without these medications. My diagnosis is schizophrenia, bipolar and depression. I am never married single of age 36 years. The medications are ziprasidone hcl 40 mg, ozip plus 3/25 mg and qusel 100 mg all at night. I am having complaint of extreme headache and pain in head muscles and head meat. Doctor prescribed me naproxen 500 mg which cured me but the headache reoccurred when I stopped naproxen 500 mg after 10 doses. The doctor again prescribed me this along with sibelium 5 mg (flunarizine hcl). I google and found that sibelium interacts with depression medicines and tranquilizers and is forbidden for depression patients. My question is shall I take sibelium 5 mg at night along with my above mentioned tranquilizers? Please help me.
I am 15 years old girl I am very depressed bcoz when I was a kid people tease me becoz of my weight and after that I tried dieting but I failed to do so after that I ate a lot and intentionally puke but becoz of all this I become very weak and I lose almost 10 kg my weight was 55 but now I am45 kg and I exercise too but now I am very weak and all the time exhausted and feel uneasy and discomfort now I starve my body in order to get rid of fatness recently I lost my mum and becoz of this I was almost broken please tell me what should I do it's my tenth class I do not want to spoil my boards.
When you find yourself stuck in an uncomfortable thought cycle, perhaps worrying about something in the future or dwelling on something from the past, it can spiral very quickly, leading to upset, anxiety, and distress. Often, we know that going over and over something is not going to change the outcome and it certainly isn’t any good for our wellbeing. We know this, but it’s so easy to get stuck in it.
What is a grounding technique? A grounding technique is a great tool to break the cycle and bring you to the here and now. They help us come back to the current moment and distract you from unhelpful, overwhelming thinking patterns. By no means are grounding techniques the be all and end all to our problems, but when practiced, they can provide the relief you need. Remember, much of your stress and anxiety is being triggered by your thoughts. A grounding technique helps you to move away from those thoughts, gives you space before you react and triggers off your relaxation response, which is needed in these moments. Here are the two grounding techniques that I get the most positive feedback on (that includes from friends and clients):
Grounding Technique: Name 5 things you can see (pen, lamp, grass) Name 4 things you can feel (wind on my face, elbow on the table) Name 3 things you can hear (traffic, birds singing) Name 2 things you can smell or like the smell of (coffee, cut grass) Name 1 thing you like about yourself (sense of humour, freckles)
The Colour Grounding Technique: Pick any colour of your choice (I usually start with red) Look around you and find 5 things of that colour Pick another colour and repeat (I would say to do this with at least five different colours) The best thing about these techniques is they can be done anywhere. When you are in a moment of distress, it can be really hard to remind yourself to do a grounding technique, or even if you do remember, it can be hard to make yourself actually do it. This is normal, so don’t put high expectations on yourself. At the first point you catch yourself spiralling, this is when you can do the grounding technique.
Don’t be hard on yourself if you don’t catch yourself early, just congratulate yourself when you do. If during or after practicing the grounding technique, you find your mind shifts back to the overthinking, that’s OK. You might even feel more relaxed and may think about it clearer and see things from a new perspective. If it continues to spiral, repeat the grounding technique. You can also make them last longer. For example, if I’m finding it harder to let go of certain thoughts, I might pick a harder colour and look for 10 things. There are no hard rules here, it’s about what helps you to feel better. You will have to make an active decision that the current thinking is not doing you any good and if you want to get out of it, you will need to do something different. The more you do it, the easier it will become.
For best results, it is advised to practice grounding techniques every day, at times when there is no stress at all or on things that are only slightly distressing. This means when harder times come around, you are more likely to remember to use the new tools you have. The one thing I can tell you for sure is if you are looking for ways to manage overthinking, worrying and/or ruminating, it will require you to do something different. It can feel like you have no control over your thoughts, but you do. Whilst you can’t control what comes into your mind, you can control how much attention you give it.
There are many other grounding techniques out there that you can research and try out. The techniques I have given you are two of many. It’s not a one size fits all, so play around with them and see what you like/dislike.