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Dr. Anand


Neurologist, Chennai

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Dr. Anand is a trusted Neurologist in Kodambakkam, Chennai. Doctor has done MBBS . Doctor is currently associated with J V Hospital in Kodambakkam, Chennai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Anand on

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I recently read that researchers believe certain foods might cure Alzheimer’s disease. Is this true? If so, which foods do this and how much would you have to consume to get the benefits?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry, MBA (Healthcare)
Psychiatrist, Davanagere
Hi there, I appreciate that you got the courage to have your question answered on a public forum. Dementia can greatly affect a person's relationship to food and eating. The behavioural, emotional and physical changes that take place as dementia progresses can all have an impact upon a person's eating habits and on their intake of food and drink. It is important to do what you can to make sure that the person you are caring for enjoys their food and eats a healthy, balanced diet. As dementia progresses eating can become difficult for some people. However, by making a few changes you can help keep mealtimes as enjoyable and stress free as possible. Proper nutrition is important to keep the body strong and healthy. For a person with Alzheimer's or dementia, poor nutrition may increase behavioral symptoms and cause weight loss. The basic nutrition tips below can help boost the person with dementia's health and your health as a caregiver, too. Provide a balanced diet with a variety of foods. Offer vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and lean protein foods. Limit foods with high saturated fat and cholesterol. Some fat is essential for health — but not all fats are equal. Go light on fats that are bad for heart health, such as butter, solid shortening, lard and fatty cuts of meats. Cut down on refined sugars. Often found in processed foods, refined sugars contain calories but lack vitamins, minerals and fiber. You can tame a sweet tooth with healthier options like fruit or juice-sweetened baked goods. But note that in the later-stages of Alzheimer's, if loss of appetite is a problem, adding sugar to foods may encourage eating. Limit foods with high sodium and use less salt. Most people in the United States consume too much sodium, which affects blood pressure. Cut down by using spices or herbs to season food as an alternative. People with Alzheimer's or dementia do not need a special diet. As with anyone, eating a well-balanced, nutritious diet is important for overall health. As the disease progresses, loss of appetite and weight loss may become concerns. In such cases, the doctor may suggest supplements between meals to add calories. Staying hydrated may be a problem as well. Encourage fluids by offering small cups of water or other liquids throughout the day or foods with high water content, such as fruit, soups, milkshakes and smoothies. I hope this helps. I wish you a very quick and speedy recovery. Sincerely,
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#TimeIsNow - This International Women's Day, Empower The Woman In Your Life!

MA - Psychology, PhD Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
#TimeIsNow - This International Women's Day, Empower The Woman In Your Life!

It's International Women’s Day yet again. A time to celebrate women’s accomplishments- both those of legendary creators including Mother Teresa, Kiran Bedi, Anuradha Koirala – the anti-sex-trafficking activist & Mary Kom to name a few and the women in our lives who mentor and inspire us every day. It’s a day to celebrate our journey towards gender equality and women empowerment.

This year’s International Women’s Day theme is “Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women's lives.” It comes on the heels of unprecedented global movement for women’s rights, equality, and justice. The theme has taken the global campaigns and marches on issues ranging from sexual harassment and femicide to equal pay and women’s political representation.

Women still have a long way to go to attain equality and non-discrimination from her male counterparts. 2018 International Women’s day is an 'iron in the fire opportunity' to bring a call to action to entrust women with what they actually deserve, not only in a particular sector but to every woman who resides in urban as well as rural areas. It is a step to respect and appreciate the women who step out every day for the livelihood of their families and kids - a step to stop casual sexism faced by urban women in the workplace.

Women, experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace, not only bear strained relationships with their counterparts but also are at risk of numerous health problems. Let us know about the health effects of sexual harassment:

  1. Depression: Self-doubt and criticism can lead to depression and loss of interest in work or other activities. Women also experience loss of self-confidence and feelings of failure & powerlessness.
  2. Anxiety: Many women feel anxious about going to work, communicating with co-workers or being involved in social situations.
  3. Insomnia: Sexual harassment trauma can cause nightmares and may lessen the woman's ability to sleep properly.
  4. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Studies say that sexual harassment meets the Criteria A1 and A2 of PTSD. The stress of sexual harassment may cause a woman to relive the trauma even when it is not happening, or avoid things or people that remind her of the sexual harassment.

The International Women’s Day echoes a word for transforming the lives of women with a bold determination not just on papers but in reality to support the women all around the globe. Many working women have sad tales to tell as they are exploited at a very high level, and they actually lead a stressful life in comparison to their male counterparts.

So, the spotlight this year is to fight against the injustice that most women face every day and to bring about a change that will be remembered for years and will outshine the lives of such women who devote themselves for the livelihood of their families.

Join a campaign, embrace your inner activist and empower the women in your life...

The #TimeisNow To:

  • Raise your voice
  • Support each other
  • Share the workload
  • Get involved
  • Educate the next generation
  • Know your rights

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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How brain tumor meningioma Grade 2 recurrence be delayed? Please suggest any vegetable remedy.

MBBS, DNB ( Radiation Oncology)
Oncologist, Mumbai
How brain tumor meningioma Grade 2 recurrence be delayed? Please suggest any vegetable remedy.
There is NO "VEGETABLE REMEDY" for brain tumors like meningioma. Please do not get misled into such beliefs !! Just keep going for your regular follow ups with doctor. Have a healthy diet and healthy lifestyle.
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I am suffering from migraine from past 3 years. Only at the time of treatment ill be ok ok but after completing the course again it will come. What to do?

Homeopath, Faridabad
Migrain is a form of headache. The pain is usually throbbing, pulsating and bursting in character. At times, the pain is one sided or may involve the whole head. Such pain may last for hours or even days. It is often accompanied by other symptoms like nausea or vomiting. At the same time, there is increased sensitivity to light and sound. The causes of the problem may vary from one patient to another and so will the final choice of the homeopathic remedy will also vary. Prevention tips :- 1. Keep a headache diary: This may help you in identifying the trigger factors such as foods, activities and weather 2. Exercise regularly: Regular exercise, yoga and relaxation techniques such as meditation can also be of great help. 3. Keep regular sleep patterns: Sleep adequately. Sleeping too much or too less can trigger migraine. 4. Watch out what you eat:Foods such as caffeine and Chinese foods that contain monosodium glucamate and chocolates cheese are well-known trigger factors. 5. Eat regularly: Fasting is a very common trigger in many people. If it is such a factor for you too, make sure that you eat at regular intervals. ***Selection of Homoeopathic remedy depends upon the totality of your symptoms. So please share your symptoms.
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Hi my grandmother is suffering from Alzheimer and she is unable to do her daily toilet needs herself, and now she is seeing hallucinations so she is hitting on somebody and getting terrified. She is currently not on medication as doctor said medication would only worsen Alzheimer. So is there anything we can do to help her to deal with these hallucinations.

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, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Hi my grandmother is suffering from Alzheimer and she is unable to do her daily toilet needs herself, and now she is ...
Dear user. I can understand. Please don't be panic. We are here to help you in every aspect of your mental and physical health. Any sexual or psychological problems can be cured with the help of various methods and therapies. I suggest you to post your query with every detail here. we will help you in overcoming your problems certainly. Take care.
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Hello Dr. Mera L4-L5 nas dab rahi h main physiotherapy kra rahi hu but koi fayda ni h. Dr. Dry needling karne ko bol rhe kya ye krana sahi hoga? Isse aaram milega? Please suggest me. Thanks.

Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
U can go ahead but you need to take proper strict bed rest along with the treatment also as the pain reduces you need to learn Back strengthening exs.
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I has once side head I think it's migraine. How should I know it's migraine or not?

MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Neurology
Neurologist, Ghaziabad
Characteristics of migraine headache: •Usually occurs on one side of the head, typically at the front or side •Sometimes it starts on one side, and then spreads all over the head •Often described as throbbing or pulsating •In few individuals headache is preceded by aura, visual disturbances that appear as flashing lights, zig-zag lines or a temporary loss of vision •Other migraine symptoms: Nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, sensitivity to sound, Stuffy nose, Scalp tenderness etc. •It gradually worsens and peaks after 2-12 hours, then gradually eases off. However, it can last from 4 to 72 hours.
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I am suffering from migraine since 5 months. I have taken different medicine from different doctors. Suggest me what I do?

General Physician, Cuttack
Since you have chronic migraine,you have to take migraine prophylactic drug.check your Bp,Hemoglobin.Avoid stress,anxiety since it precipitated attack.Go for regular exercise,do yoga,meditation and deep breathing exercise. Consult neurologist to exclude other causes of chronic headache.Take one tablet of paracetamol 500mg sos after food upto a maximum of three tablets a day,drink plenty of water and take rest at the time of attack.Consult for further advice
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