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Dr. Shabeeba Z Kailash  - Psychiatrist, Chennai

Dr. Shabeeba Z Kailash

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma in Psychological M...

Psychiatrist, Chennai

11 Years Experience  ·  750 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Shabeeba Z Kailash MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diplom... Psychiatrist, Chennai
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr.Shabeeba has 8 years experience in this field. She has done her post-graduation in Psychiatry from India’s oldest existent psychiatric hospital, Institute of Mental Health Chennai. She has also worked in the prestigious Institute of National importance, NIMHANS Bangalore and is currently a faculty in Chettinad Medical College, OMR Chennai. She has vast experience in treating various mental health issues like stress-related problems, anger management, sleep disturbances, relationship issues, memory disturbances, child guidance and old age mental health problems. All patients will be evaluated in detail and appropriate counseling and best possible treatment will be provided. She is compassionate, has good clinical and communication skills which would facilitate easy recovery of her patients and to prevent recurrence. Her special area of interest is women mental health.

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Education
MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery - PSG Hospitals Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu Open University - 2007
Diploma in Psychological Medicine-DPM - Institute of Mental Health, Chennai - 2011
DNB (PSYCHIATRY) - National Board of Examination, India - 2016
Past Experience
Post-graduate Resident at Institute of Mental Health, Madras Medical College
Psychiatrist at NIMHANS
Psychiatrist at Spandana Hospitals
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Faculty at Chettinad Medical College, OMR
Consultant Psychiatrist at Mind Care Clinic, OMR
Languages spoken
English
Tamil
Malayalam
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Kannada
Hindi
Professional Memberships
Indian Psychiatric Society
National Academy of Medical Sciences
Tamilnadu Psychiatric Society
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Tamilnadu Medical Council

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I am a 39 year old woman with a 4 years old son. I am a single mother, working as a Director with one of the automotive groups. Normally I am a very happy and easy going but lately I have started loosing my patience on small little things and anger is always sitting on my head. Whenever things around me are not very positive and any of my work keeps pending for long, I completely lose it and feel heavily depressed. Kindly suggest some remedy for keeping my cool and accept negativity with a cheerful zeal.

MBBS, MD (AIIMS, Gold Medalist), Diploma in CBT (UWS, Glasgow)
Psychiatrist, Delhi
I am a 39 year old woman with a 4 years old son. I am a single mother, working as a Director with one of the automoti...
First of all, let me congratulate you on all your achievements and for your courage and strength. Single mother with four year old child and director says volumes about the strength and resilience of your personality. Your current problems most likely represent an impending depressive episode. Please make sure your thyroid levels are normal. Also make sure hemoglobin is normal. In any case you will probably need safe antidepressants like escitalopram or sertraline under medical supervision. Few more details that I will need are whether you have any other medical or psychological problems, and whether you have family history of bipolar disorder? Remember, DEPRESSION IS NOT A SIGN OF WEAKNESS, IT IS A SIGN OF HAVING TRIED TO REMAIN STRONG FOR TOO LONG! Take care!
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Dear Sir, My father (age: 56)getting too much angry for small small matters and speaking too hares with me and my wife. Keep on talking about fights happened from very earlier stage and continues every time the same. Also him self assuming that it might be the reason and not accepting if we explained also. Please guide get him out of this stress/behaviors. Thank you.

M.Sc- Child development, Master's in Counselling and family therapy, Cerificate in Guidance and Counselling
Psychologist, Faridabad
Hello, Appreciate your positive concern for your father .Let me make it clear that parents develop a lot of insecurity after their children's marriage .One is about the bond that they have with their children might become weak ,the other is about financial insecurity, something about division of responsibilities also alarms them which they generally don't admit .Every human being is likely to make mistakes and we should accept that .In case ,your father has felt something bad about yours or your wife's behaviour talk to him in private and patiently, as a son .Life after marriage is a little different and one needs to strike a balance between the resposibility towards parents and the role towards the spouse. Just because he gets upset don't stop clarifying things patiently and sensibly. Stick to it .Involve your wife in the family with genuine intentions. The journey can be difficult in the beginning but it pays because the family is the backbone of each person. All the best.
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Physiotherapy - How it Helps in Relieving Pain?

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Physiotherapy - How it Helps in Relieving Pain?

Physiotherapy or physical therapy focuses on enhancing mobility and treating disabilities. Physiotherapy is used commonly in case of sports injuries, partial or complete paralysis, arthritis, neurological disorders, etc. along with helping the patient regain movement and improving flexibility, physiotherapy also helps deals with back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic headaches and injury related pain. This pain may make you want to simply curl up and stay immobile but this could be detrimental to your progress. Through physical therapy, a patient can learn how to function and move safely and thus becomes stronger.

Here are a few ways physiotherapy is beneficial for pain management.

  1. It teaches breathing techniques: Physiotherapy doesn’t only address the joints and muscles of the body, but also addresses the autonomic nervous system and involuntary movements that control the functioning of the organs. By teaching a patient how to breathe correctly through opening up the chest and neck muscles, physiotherapy helps improve blood circulation that further helps relieve pain.
  2. It helps with weight management: When it comes to rheumatoid arthritis and knee joint pain, being overweight is one of the key factors triggering the pain. This is because of the more your weight, the more the pressure on your joints and hence the more the pain. Physiotherapy helps increase a patient’s mobility and thus aids in weight loss. This, in turn, reduces the pressure on joints and pain associated with it.
  3. It strengthens muscles: Physiotherapy deals with both the muscles affected by an injury as well as the unaffected muscles. While it helps regain control over the injured muscles, ligament and tendons it also helps strengthen the unaffected muscles. This helps them compensate for the limited functioning of the affected muscles. By strengthening the muscles, physiotherapy also makes movement easier and helps reduce pain.
  4. It helps improve posture: For people with back problems, the way you sit and stand can make a big difference to the pain experienced. Physiotherapy teaches a person how to sit and stand straight so as to support the back muscles properly.
  5. It helps determine the right equipment: Having the right shoes can play a big role in alleviating pain associated with walking. Similarly, physiotherapy can equip a person with the right equipment to make movement easier and less painful. This could be as simple as a walking stick for arthritic patients or a robotic glove for patients who have paralysed hand muscles. Furniture such as supportive mattresses and office chairs can also help alleviate back pain. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a physiotherapist.
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She is my close friend when she will come to home I am getting diff kind of feeling shall I ask to sex ?

MD - Psychiatry
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She is my close friend when she will come to home I am getting diff kind of feeling shall I ask to sex ?
You cannot ask a girl openly for sex, find with external cues, of she is interested also and then proceed, after giving a hint. All the best
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I feel I am suffering from Alzheimer's, have bad memory, very forgetful about everything, bad in planning things or decision making, very irritable, difficulty with self care, mood swings. How do I know I am really suffering from the same?

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I feel I am suffering from Alzheimer's, have bad memory, very forgetful about everything, bad in planning things or d...
People suffering from Alzheimer s do not know or agree that they are suffering. Similar changes can be seen in depression, which is why it called pseudo-dementia. It would be wise for you to consult a psychiatrist, get evaluated and remedy. It would be dramatic and changes can be seen in few weeks. All the best.
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Sir I have some problem body pains how to solve my problem not only me my friends also how to solve.

MSC Human Development , Hypnotherapy , Special Educator , ms- counselling and physiotherapy, Applied psychology Hons
Psychologist, Faridabad
Sir I have some problem body pains how to solve my problem not only me my friends also how to solve.
A busy working schedule not gives us time to think about ourself now a days. Just go for a walk regular starts some lite exercise first. You and your friends can do yoga also. Some breathing exercise with meditation gives you healthy mind and body. If you want to take any help from us you can contact us.
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Hello Doctor, I am going through a treatment of syncope attacks from last 2.5 years. And as per my doctor ,i have to continue it for at least an year more. But I have found highly negative effects of it in my nature. I get mood swings very very frequently, my temper goes high on a very stupid and tiny things. I really really feel very much depressed these days. Many a times I feel like bursting out everything on someone but for a reason or two I am unable to do so. I cannot share with anyone about how I feel etc. A lot of times I feel like hurting myself, scratching of my wrist, sometimes thoughts of suicide. Sometimes it feels like i'll surely go mad or out of my senses some day. I am really very much depressed please help me out without medications because I already have to consume alot for my ongoing treatment. Please reply as soon as possible. Thank you.

M. S. in Psychotherapy and Counselling
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Hello Doctor, I am going through a treatment of syncope attacks from last 2.5 years. And as per my doctor ,i have to ...
Hi lybrate-user, I can understand your feelings. As your doctor has said that it will take another year to complete the treatment so allow yourself that time and accept it fully. Once the acceptance come from within it would be easier to cope with the symptoms. I would suggest you to start some relaxation exercise. You should do pranayam exercises for at least fifteen minutes a day Go for a brisk walk (if your doctor allows) daily for half an hour with sports shoes on. Have healthy breakfast. Listen some soothing music and have good laugh watching funny videos on YouTube. Also write diary of your feelings. Have lots of salad and water in your diet. Keep yourself busy in some positive activities. Follow these advices and you will feel better. All the best.
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I am suffering from stress due to family problems. I am very sensitive became puzzle in in small problem please help.

M.A.(H)Psychology, PG Diploma in Child Guidance and Family Therapy
Psychologist, Delhi
I am suffering from stress due to family problems. I am very sensitive became puzzle in in small problem please help.
Hello Lybrate user. Here are 5 ideas that can help you do that. Stress release idea #1. Challenge your body so your brain can step aside. Doing physical exercise, even if it is targeted and short, can do wonders for your brain. It improves your cognitive performance, problem solving ability, and even boosts long-term memory. But even better than that: a physical challenge will turn your mind to simple things such as figuring out how to breathe correctly and how to move your body so you can get from point A to point B. Where to begin? Start with a mini-workout: a morning yoga routine, beginner boot camp session, or a brisk 20-minute walk or run run through your neighborhood. Stress release idea #2. Train your brain to be more calm and quiet. First, take a few minutes out of the day—maybe after you’ve finished a particularly tough cognitive task or experienced a stressful conversation at work—to close your eyes and calm down. Inhale and exhale deeply for 10 counts. It’s a good way to center the mind and shut off the noise. Another idea is to meditate for 10 minutes each day. It doesn't require a lot of time, and it can help you deal better with all those random thoughts that occupy you throughout the day and contribute to your feeling stressed, rushed, and overwhelmed. Try the Headspace app that makes meditation easy and even fun, particularly if you’re a beginner and would benefit from a little guidance. Stress release idea #3. Help your brain cope better with music. Music is an effective tool to combat stress, if you know how to use it right. It can improve your mood—upbeat music gets you energized and helps you feel more motivated to get things done, while chillout music helps lower blood pressure. It also affects brain chemistry by increasing levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain's reward and pleasure centers and is responsible for feelings of euphoria; it also stimulates the hormone oxytocin, which helps us bond with one another and build trust. No need to prep much—just create a playlist of your favorite beats on your phone and put those headphones on. Stress release idea #4. Read more books. Why read? This simple practice can lower blood pressure, stabilize breathing, boost endorphins, stimulate the imagination, build your critical thinking skills, and even provide ideas on how you could respond differently to what is happening in your life. Start with a simple library membership at your local library; it’s free, practical, and has endless resources and opportunities to discover new books. Then set aside one hour every evening for your reading ritual: turn off the TV, get away from the computer, make a cup of hot chocolate or tea, pick some relaxing music to listen to, get a few comfortable pillows and a blanket. For book ideas, use the Goodreads app to find topics that interest you, find recommendations, and track your reading progress. Stress release idea #5. Get enough sleep. It’s not unusual that this is the one area of our life where we cut corners, opting to stay awake longer to study or work, all in hopes that this lifestyle will yield better results. In the short term (staying up all night every once in a while) that may work. But overall, chronic sleep deprivation can be a strain on your nerves, can reduce your cognitive abilities, impact your concentration, and even reduce your IQ. That’s a scary thought! How much sleep is enough? That depends on several factors. To ensure you get into the habit of sleeping at the right time, train your brain to wind down each evening by setting a bedtime alarm on your phone about 30 minutes before you need to go to bed, and by following a simple nighttime routine to help you unwind more easily and comfortably. I think your ability to relieve stress is how you individually consume and expel stress. So, for an entrepreneur stress will be highly different then an ER doctor. Although stress still has the same inherent side effects, how each of these individual manages it will be very different. Here are just a few of my suggestion on how to manage / relieve stress that have worked well for me. Get a support group By having a support group you'll be able to process your thoughts externally. It's fine to think inside your head, but once you verbalize it the vibrations will hit your subconscious and redirect your irrational thoughts. You will also receive valuable advice from your support group. Don't sit, get up I've talked about this before but sitting slouched, hovered over your keyboard will only make things worse. Get up and move. I like to reach to the sky and then go straight into a standing hamstring stretch. It loosens you up and gets blood flowing. Use a Stability ball A stability ball won't be the "thing" that makes you stress free, but it'll help support proper posture. Proper posture makes you more confident, less tired and less irritable. This doesn't manage your stress but it'll help ward it off before it arrives. Take deep breaths By focusing on breaths, you'll briefly forget the worries that are troubling you. Take 15 deep breaths. As you inhale your diaphragm should expand and as you exhale it should contract. Focus only on your breath. By taking these focused deep breaths, more oxygen will reach your vital organs. Nothing like a little brain boost when stressed. Get some rays Have you ever gone to the beach or laid by the pool and felt completely relaxed? The sun has a natural calming effect but the added benefits are just being outdoors and getting fresh air. Mother nature is the "pill" to cure your worries. Office decor Buy yourself a couple of office plants. By having them in your office they'll help filter and regulate your office atmosphere. And it doesn't hurt visually, especially if you're in a cubicle. Workout when you get home Going home and working out is the best way to loosen up and clear the mind. After you'll feel more relaxed and rational. Tip - Bring a paper and pen incase any thoughts flood your mind. You want to get them out of your head and on paper. This way you can refer back and focus on you and your workout, that's it. Clear your mind Easier said than done I know, but clearing your mind has a powerful effect. It declutters your thoughts and grounds you. Your mind races all day long. Slow it down and think about nothing. Get good at meditating each and every day. Go to bed early What? There is no way you can get to bed early. Spare me. Yes, you can. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 50-70 million adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder. The effects are HUGE. By reducing your sleep by as much as 30 minutes one night it can cut your day time alertness by 32%. Getting more sleep will not only energize you, it'll also significantly reduce your stress levels. Eat well in the morning By eating a healthy, well-balanced breakfast you're preparing your body for the full day ahead. Getting these essential nutrients first thing in the morning are key to warding off environmental and office stressors. Focus on quality protein and fat, with a side of berries. Sincerely, use these natural tips and if it doesn't work then go for face to face counselling Thank You All The Best.
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I Am 22, I had a problem my hand is shivering evry time even if I do nothing. Before 3 years I had epilepsy became unconscious 2 times. I have depression and tension.PLease tell.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I Am 22, I had a problem my hand is shivering evry time even if I do nothing. Before 3 years I had epilepsy became un...
Hi lybrate-user, it seems you have dissociation along with depression. Dissociation is a common phenomenon. Most people will experience dissociation at some point in their lives. It becomes a disorder, like in dissociative identity disorder (DID), when it is so frequent or severe that it interrupts a person’s daily life. One common technique used for dissociation is called grounding. It is a technique that helps a person regain connection with his or her physical body. This may often end the dissociation, or will at least make it more bearable. When a person dissociates, he or she may practice the technique of grounding. There are many different ways to practice grounding. The main idea is to do something that brings a person back in touch with his or her body. Use physical sensations. Try touching the table, feeling the grass, or smelling a flower. Doing activities that enhance your physical sensations will help you to come back to a solid state. It has helped me to wash my face with water, or hold a couple of ice cubes. Speak truths out loud. It has been helpful for me to try to speak the truth out loud. This can be things like, “I am 31 years old,” or “I live in Indianapolis.” This will help to make sense of the reality that the person lives in, as we can often get confused about our lives when we dissociate. Try laughter. This is a big one. If you’re alone, try turning on some comedy on YouTube. If you are with a trusted friend, try asking them to make you laugh. Better yet, tell your loved ones ahead of time that laughter helps when you dissociate. It will help you to feel your internal body, it will lighten the seriousness of the situation, and it may bring you out of dissociation. Overall, be patient with yourself. Grounding techniques take practice and may feel unusual in the initial moments. Remember that dissociation is not usually dangerous and that it will pass. I would suggest you to consult a psychologist. You can consult with me too. All the best.
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