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Good afternoon. mera brother ke alcohol adict ke bare ma question puchana chata hu. Ki unke alchoal adict h.or unke liver or kidney bhi kafi kuch nuksan ho suka h.unko alchoal chudvana chate h.eske bare me sugesation dijiye.
She is a great human being and emotional person as other people are but with few exceptions. When someone (me or anyone) speaks to her and her point of view is declined or rejected, she gets hyper - high voice pitch with aggressive body language. I feel she feels that to defend her point till she fights will make everyone agree. In restaurant or public place, if I don't agree with her, she will raise her voice. While watching little but not highly emotional scene, she will have rolling tears. In friends, while having discussion, if debate happens that ends in crying or shouting. I can try two ways - changing myself and trying to control the situations or treating her somehow. But what about her reactions with outside people! Her hands start pointing or banging doors and sitting in the room. Also, when she is happy - she claps and laughs in front of strangers or people we just met. I am planning for a baby and want to know what are solutions without medications This is cultural for her to speak loud in her native place but not in our society and how I put across the point to make her agree. On personal front ,I have some problems like I smoke but outside balcony or toilet after her restrictions, but I feel I also add up by putting clothes anywhere, plates not back in kitchen which makes her angry. During her menstrual cycle, she is in severe pain and emotional (my5 days red status)
Constantly I am depressed a lot. Unable to sleep, laugh or be freely with people. Because I am not happy with married life. My husband never understand my feelings how frustrated I am with their parents conditions. Unable to go out, c my parents or relatives. My mom is suffering from thyroid, my grandma is suffering from kidney problems. Like this time I feel I wanna be with them. But my laws are not allowing me to go to my parent home or c them often. I have oly my mom. In this world. My dad passed away few years back. I don't like my husband a lot. I love my mom a lot. Because of her oly I married him. please doctor no one understands my feelings how I really miss her. Here in my law home they are treating like slave. Always making to do work. Or telling something about me to my parents. Really doctor I am thinking like hell Where my mind gets heat a lot. I can't control my feelings feel like crying like hell. My husband is not taking me to hospital also. To consult a psychiatrist. I need some rest, time, spend time with my mom a lot. please by this reading this text itself how deeply I am affected. Because of this stress I Am unable to conceive properly. My life is becoming dark doctor. please do help me.
Hello sir. I am 22 years old I have a problem the problem is I panic about things very much. And I feel my friends and all other my surrounding are enjoying this. I get very much disturb with this. I tried asking everyone about this if they know anything but no told me anything. And this days thiers behaviour has also changed alot. No one talks to me properly please help me out.
I have been experiencing a peculiar issue for last 12 years. It all started on one fine day when I was not able to concentrate on my studies due to clock ticking. I neglected it thinking it as a minor issue. Gradually, things had gone worse. Whenever, I start studying, I easily get distracted by surroundings. For example sight of repeated movement of curtains, still objects lying around me etc. Whenever, such distractions occur, I try to remove them immediately. Then I consulted a psychiatrist and I was under medication with Dveniz 50 mg for a year. The level of anxiety got less. However, I got transferred to a new city and I never consulted a psychiatrist again due to hesitation. I have not stopped taking D-Veniz 50 mg medicine. Currently, I am pursuing higher education and I am still experiencing the above symptoms during studies. Please help.
Comes regular fits / mirgi attacks after every one or two months. My mother age is about 60 years. This epilepsy problem is 45 years old effects head ache, gas problem loud hichki, kabj,sickness. She is thin weight is about 50 kg. Muh se jhhag niklte he, daant / teeth Kas leti he kayi daant toot gaye he. Dora aane par hosh nhi rahta. Khade se gir jaati he. Fire v water pas me hone par jyada aate he. Khana banate huye kayi baat jal burn huyi he. Bhookh nhi lagti. Ab kayi baar se raat me sote samay Dore fits aate he. One year me 6 ya 7 baar fits aate he. Medha vati v homeopathic medicine ka koi fayda nhi Hoya v allopathic medicine head achhe v chakkar SAR bharipan problem ho jaati he medicine. Please give effective best treatment.
I am 27 year old now. I don' t hava a proper job nor good friends. I always feel lonely and frustrated in my life and it' s effecting very much in my small family. I' m controlling all my negativity things of my life. Please suggest me to live a normal life.
I was suffering from ocd and anxiety for last 3 months and had been taking medicine for last 1 and half months. Now I am feeling much much better and feeling like all ok. My doctor told that I should continue my medicine for one and half year .presently I have no problem but I am not getting a good taste of my food.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is also known as OCD. It is a mental ailment that causes specific changes in the brain as well as the behaviour of the patient. It can also cause severe anxiety and lead the patient to consume a lot of time for completing even the most normal tasks. These obsessions are like thoughts, images and even videos playing where the cause of a certain action becomes more profound with the number of imagined risks if it is not done in a specific way, as per the mind of the patient. These turn into repetitive actions undertaken by the patient, where these actions are known as compulsions.
Hence the term: obsessive compulsive disorder. Washing, cleaning, losing control, contamination fears and more are only a few of the thoughts that plague patients suffering from this disorder. While this disorder may not have a specific cure, there are various ways in which it can be managed. Let us look at some of these methods.
Causes of OCD
The exact cause of OCD is unknown. It is generally considered unlikely that OCD develops purely psychologically as a consequence of the way we are brought up.
- Genetics and Physiology: It is generally accepted that OCD arises from differences in the physiology of the brain in people with the condition.
- Serotonin: Lack of serotonin activity appears to be involved in causing OCD. Serotonin is a calming and inhibitory neurotransmitter, one of its main actions is to control and put the brakes on painful, worrying or anxious thoughts.
- Traumatic Life Events: Traumatic emotional events such as bereavement may trigger or worsen OCD in people who already have a tendency to have the condition.
Treatment of OCD
For best results in treating this troublesome anxiety disorder combine brain-chemistry balancing approaches with psychotherapy techniques.
- Nutritional Therapy: Try tryptophan and St John's Wort to increase serotonin. Rhodiola has been shown to help generalised anxiety disorder however Rhodiola has the ability to raise 'brain energy' and therefore hypothetically may exa-sperate OCD symptoms.
- The Inositol Treatment of OCD: Inositol, one of the B vitamins, has been found effective in treating OCD. Inositol is used in biochemical processes that affect serotonin receptors.
- Psychotherapy: This is also known as discussion or talk therapy where the patient is allowed to engage with a therapist who is usually a psychiatrist or a clinical psychologist. The doctor will help the patient in first of all, becoming aware of the problem by helping the patient carry out various tasks in a controlled environment. These tasks will be timed and then relayed to the patient before the exposure therapy begins, where the patient will be taught to build a better quality of life. This a long term and time taking process which can also involve group sessions and sessions with the family members. Also, this method takes a lot of practice so that the patient learns how to regulate the obsessions and stop the compulsive behaviour gradually.
- Exercise: Numerous studies have shown the benefits of exercise upon mental health. So, a minimum of 20mins of daily exercise can help you a lot.
- Relaxation Training & Meditation: Learning meditation and relaxation techniques may enhance one's ability to control anxiety and one's thoughts in general.
- Medication: There are various kinds of medicines that can be prescribed for these patients. Anti-depressants can help the patient in overcoming the fears and anxiety that a person feels when the wheels of one's imagination begin to turn towards obsessive thoughts. This will also help in tackling the hopelessness that the person feels when faced with the so called depressing outcome of not bowing to the compulsive habits.
Putting It All Together
- Follow the diet for serotonin deficient depression, and GABA deficient anxiety.
- Consult with a qualified therapist using behavioural rather than analytical techniques.
- Do some repetitive mind-occupying/filling as opposed to mind-emptying meditations everyday.
Now a days I feel, gonna die soon. Short breath, side paining, back paining, fevering and atc. So please tell me what problem and how solve them?
My son is a cigarette addicted and I am a 40 years old person from mumbai what precautions should I used to stop him to stop smoking he is been start smoking since he was 16 years old but I just confirm last month when he is 20.
My wife is fifty years old and she is suffering from arthritics last 18 month. Now she is in depression in night she sleep 3 4 hours with medicine laprozium 0.5 please guide me for next.
Sir I am suffering from sleeping problem.. Before sleeping so many past deeds automatically coming to my mind. Tried to concentrate but not possible..
I have been severely constipated for the past 2.5 years lost around 25 kgs, diet has also reduced. I smoke but don't drink. Also severe acne problems.
Mai chijon ko manage nahi kar pati hu. Kisi bhi kaam me ulajh jati hu. Masup ho jata h sab kuch. Decisions nhi le pati hu. Kaam ko karna chahti hu but kar nhi pati hu. Dimag ek hi time par kai baton me ulajh jata h. Mai samajh nhi pati hu. please suggest me what do. How I get rid of this.
Hi, I am very negative in my thoughts. It is haunting me through out my life. Fear, fear to face problems, face anything that is tougher or bigger than me. Then Procrastination. I almost lost my important period of my lifetime in which I was supposed to experiment my goals. Whenever I start to think of my life, I end up in depression and fear. I can't understand this world. I can't see how others see this life. It's very complicated to me. I feel like giving up on life most of the times. Please help me! Thanks.
Stress is a condition in which we feel frustrated, angry or worried and anxious due to circumstances we find ourselves in. Stress also takes the form of different diseases in your body, if it is left untreated.
Even when you are faced with the same situations, it can cause a different stress response in different people. In homeopathy, mental symptoms of the patient are analytically checked. Homeopathy first identifies the root cause, and the treatment approach differs based on this finding. Usually, the understanding of both the psycho and the physiological profile of the patient are combined, with the psychological profile being given more importance.
Here is a list of valid reasons why choosing homeopathy for stress treatment
1. Identifying the cause
Homeopathic medicines are not designed to suppress the symptoms and offer superficial relief. They work towards restoring the vitality of the body as a whole so that the body can itself combat with the diseases. Similar is the case for stress. Homeopathic medications address the underlying issues that cause stress and, therefore, they help you in dealing with your medical condition more effectively and permanently.
2. Symptom-based treatment
Homeopathy recognizes the uniqueness of the various symptoms and responses associated with stress.
For instance: homeopathic medicines for stress, when the cause of stress is grief (eg: losing a dear one) is Ignatia and natrum mur; whereas the medicines for stress, when stress is caused due to 'long and stressful work hours' is kali phos.
3. In-depth research
Homeopathy treatment is based on in-depth research to ascertain the factors that are responsible for your stress and deal with your condition accordingly.
Your brain is just another organ operating on the same biochemical principles as or heart or thyroid or liver. We experience feelings, positive or negative, at the cellular level - scientifically, it is no more than a complex interaction of chemicals and electrical activity.
The approach of homeopathy is more specific and, therefore, more effective. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Homeopath.