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Dr. Daneal is one of the best Psychologists in Anna Nagar, Chennai. You can consult Dr. Daneal at I K Hospitals in Anna Nagar, Chennai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Daneal on Lybrate.com.

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My husband age is 27 and he is not able to eat anything properly. He was very foods but now a days he just behave like he hate food .if he have forcefully he will get heart n stomach burning sensation n it won't digest also .am worried for him. Pls help.

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
My husband age is 27 and he is not able to eat anything properly. He was very foods but now a days he just behave lik...
If he has digestive problems then it needs to be looked at. Eating a wholesome food (a balanced diet) should not be just a routine but an essential duty as diet is an important part of health. The other aspects of health being good sleep, exercising every day and drinking sufficient water. Please make a habit of visiting a doctor for annual health check (for all members of the family) so as to stay healthy and take precautions to prevent diseases.
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My son is entering middle school in the fall. What advice can I give him if he finds himself on the receiving end of cyberbullying?

B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology, Ph. D - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
In the first place, advice your child not to be on any social networking site. He is too young to be there. In case you approve of him being there, be on his friends list. Ask him to avoid posting any pics/ selfies. Avoid putting in your personal information and use privacy settings properly. For a middle schooler, it is best to spend time indulging in physical sports and other hobbies, rather than being on any gadgets. Encourage him to share information about what he does during the day and his friends.
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Is this prob is pshychiatric is their any permanent cure of this prob Age 21 my prob is m unable to concentrate on my work and on my study when ever I sit for study my mind got diverted here and there always this prob happen jab mai padhne baithta hu tho mera dimag ghar par kya chl rha h :khana me kya bna h : kon kya bola kon kya kha maine kisi ko kya kha in chizo pr hmesa dhyan chla jata h aur mera dimag puri trah se roaming me chla jata h kitab mere samne khuli hui h aur dimag dusre jagah h ye prob mujhe 10 sal se h jiske karan meri life barbad ho gyi jab mai bike chlata hu tb bhi yhi sb dimag me chlta rhta h hmesa dimag me halchl hota rhta h kya ye pshychiatric prob h iss prob ke karan mai kuch nhi kr paya apni life me hmesa mujhe dusre ki chinta rhti h dusre ka tenson mera mind mere control me nhi h kya kre.

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
Is this prob is pshychiatric is their any permanent cure of this prob Age 21 my prob is m unable to concentrate on my...
Dear lybrate user. I can understand. The duty of your mind is to think. If you are unable to control your mind, naturally it will wander to negative territories. Concentration is attention span. To improve attention span and to control your mind while studying or doing your job, you should learn mindfulness therapy. Take care.
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Panic Attacks - How To Deal With It?

PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Panic Attacks - How To Deal With It?

Every individual experiences anxiety in some form at some point of time. One suffers from an anxiety disorder if one experiences dogged, unrealistic worrying about everyday life. One is said to experience panic attack if the abrupt attacks have symptoms like racing heart, nausea, tremors and intense fear. A panic attack is a sudden rush of overwhelming anxiety and fear. The heart pounds and breathing becomes difficult. If ignored and untreated, panic attacks can lead to panic disorder and may cause one to withdraw from normal activities. 

  • With a little mindful attention and practice, one can reduce or eliminate the symptoms of a panic attack, manage anxiety, and prevent attacks from occurring in the future and regain control of life. If one is having a panic attack, then the aim is to calm oneself at the moment by breathing deeply. This would reduce the stress and provide oxygen to the brain to help one focus. Hold your breath to start with and reduce the feeling of choking and then begin to breathe slowly. Inhale through nose and exhale through mouth till one notices a difference in muscle relaxation and clarity of thought.
  • During a panic attack, your thoughts are often jumbled up. This is due to the fact that one's heart rate has kicked off and breathing is in high gear, muscles are tensed and blood flow is constricted. One should try to focus on one's senses and should distract the mind from fear through different mental diversions. This can be as simple as reciting the lyrics to your favourite song or poem until one has calmed down a bit. It is important that one should make sure not to distract by leaving the situation that has caused the panic. One must ride out the panic attack at the same place else one will likely associate that place or situation with fear triggering future attacks.
  • Try to practice progressive muscle relaxation by slowly going through body and tensing and relaxing each muscle group. It relaxes muscles as well as forces one to concentrate on something other than fear. Although, if one want to reduce the anxiety, don't ignore it. One should try stop anxiety producing thoughts and replace them with images of something that brings you happiness or peace. Using guided image of a place where one feel at peace and relaxed, reduce one's experience of anxiety. Further, add details to the scene, so that one is focusing the entire mind on imagining it. 
  • Taking care of one's physical health will help take care of mental health. Healthy exercise and diet habits will help you manage manage anxiety. Getting an body active, especially through aerobic exercise, releases chemicals that are responsible for increasing ones feelings of peace and happiness. Stimulants like as caffeine and nicotine worsen existing anxiety and dependence on them can increase feelings of stress and anxiety when one don't get enough of it. Eat a balanced diet with plenty of lean protein, complex carbohydrates like whole grains, and fresh fruits and vegetables and avoid processed and high-sugar foods. 

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

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Respected sir m physically challenged by my tongue. I have speaking problem I hesitate many times while speak (tutlaana) Any cure for this or is this go fine.

MD, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
This is stammering or stuttering, it is the result of low confidence level and anxiety and this can be managed adequately by contacting.
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My body start shivering whenever I get nervous or tensed or afraid or become unconscious or It start shivering so fast that makes uncomfortable. What to do please help.

Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
My body start shivering whenever I get nervous or tensed or afraid or become unconscious or It start shivering so fas...
Please do some breathing exercises which will help you to feel better during anxiety moments and also try using chewing gums which also will help you to recover from symptoms.
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I have digestion issues as well as stress and extreme anxiety. I dont know what to do?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
I think you are suffering from ibs, I would advise you to meet a psychiatrist and get yourself evaluated and then start the treatment with both medicines and counselling.
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My mom is taking mirtazapine 30 mg from the past 7-8 years for depression. So its there are any sideffects of using these tablet for such long period?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Delhi
My mom is taking mirtazapine 30 mg from the past 7-8 years for depression. So its there are any sideffects of using t...
She may experience increased appetite, and may need to get her HBA1c and lipid profile done. Other than that, there is no issue.
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Dependent Personality Disorder - How It Can Be Treated?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Ahmedabad
Dependent Personality Disorder - How It Can Be Treated?

Dependent personality disorder (DPD) is a frequently diagnosed personality disorder that is characterised by a strong need to be taken care of and a fear of being abandoned by important people in the patient’s life.
Symptoms include long-term dependent and submissive behaviours to elicit caregiving in others. The disorder is found equally in men and women.

Common signs

  1. Emotional dependence is one of the most common signs of DPD. Other signs are-
  2. Needy, passive, and clinging behaviour, and an intense fear of separation
  3. Inability to make everyday decisions without other’s advice and reassurance
  4. Avoidance of adult responsibilities
  5. Acting passive and helpless all the time
  6. Oversensitivity to criticism
  7. Lack of self-confidence
  8. Difficulty being alone
  9. Willingness to tolerate abuse from others


Causes of Dependent Personality Disorder ‚Äč(DPD)
Chronic physical illness or other psychological disorders like separation anxiety disorder in childhood can predispose a person to the development of dependent personality disorder. The exact cause of DPD is not known but several factors are involved like genetic, behavioural, psychological and temperamental.

Impaired parenting styles may also be to blame.
However, research suggests that no single factor is solely responsible rather, it is the complex and likely intertwined nature of all three factors that are important.

Treatment
Many people with a dependent personality disorder don’t seek treatment till it starts to significantly interfere or impact their lives. This usually happens when a person can’t cope with stress due to life events.
People with DPD are more prone to develop depression or anxiety symptoms.

Treatments for DPD are focused around psychotherapy, a type of counselling. Its goal is to help a person become more active and independent and to learn to form healthy relationships. The psychologist prefers short term therapy with specific goals when the focus is on managing behaviours that interfere with day-to-day functioning.

Assertiveness training helps the person with DPD develop self-confidence and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) helps him or her develop new attitudes and perspectives about themselves that are positive. However, change in someone's personality structure usually requires long-term psychoanalytic therapy. In this type of therapy, childhood experiences are examined for formation of defence mechanisms, coping styles, and patterns of attachment in relationships.

DPD is the most difficult personality disorder to treat because of the patient’s strong need for constant reassurance and support. It is also very important for the doctor to monitor patient dependency.
Group therapy can also be helpful, although care needs to be taken so that the patient doesn’t use groups to reinforce dependent relationships in his life. Medication is also used though it’s not very effective. Medicines usually help DPD patients manage their depression or anxiety but not DPD. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.

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I am 13 years old and I seriously love my teacher I just want to be with him but he don't know that I love him what should I do for this. Please help me.

Diploma in Diabetology, Pregnancy & Diabetes, Hypertension, Cardiovascular Prevention in Diabetes ,Thyroid
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
Dear this is all not love but infectutation in adoloscence. Do not involve in such activities. Be focus in your studies dear. Its time to make your future. Rest things you can do later.
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