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Dr. Subbhaiah

Psychiatrist, Chennai

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Dr. Subbhaiah is a renowned Psychiatrist in Thiruvottiyur, Chennai. You can consult Dr. Subbhaiah at Rohit Hospital in Thiruvottiyur, Chennai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Subbhaiah on Lybrate.com.

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Abnormal behaviour of my mom I want to eat idli, after few mints I don't like idli, this aunt is very nice after few mints this aunt is not good please go from here. Also when she gets up unable to control her body, looks like will fall down, starts weeping crying for silly or no reason. Consulted doctor, MRI done. CT scan done and few more tests as advised by doctor. Continued on prescribed medicine for a week now. No improvement. This state is not continues but very frequently. Many a times in a day.

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Abnormal behaviour of my mom  I want to eat idli, after few mints I don't like idli, this aunt is very nice after few...
Dear lybrate-user, It is very nice of you to be concerned about your mom and her behaviour. She is being diagnosed properly after ruling out many medical disorders. Just now the treatment started. The antidepressant group of tablets start acting only after 2-3 weeks. Generally the tablets are given at minimum effective dose for 2-3 weeks. Majority will be fine with that itself. Some people need more dose. Start seeing small improvement, like less number of attacks per day or less duration of attacks. Wait or come online with all the tests reports, the tablets prescribed and taken, your mom on audio or video call.
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I am not able to pronounce certain words properly especially words that include d, t, z. My age is 22 what will be the solution of this. Thank you.

DNB (PSYCHIATRY), DPM, MBBS,
Psychiatrist, Gurgaon
You can meet a speech therapist whi can train you to speak well. An ent check up will help find any anatomical causes which can be corrected.
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I'm 29 years old. I have a very normal work life. Stress levels are normal. I have a active physical and emotional relationship with my girlfriend that I'm too happy about. The problem is my sex life. We have a very healthy sex life but I am too sexually attracted to her and always feel like establishing Carnal relationship with my partner. It's that abnormal? Should I do anything to change it? Intimacy is what I always crave and sometimes the thought becomes unbearable. She is sexually and emotionally available for me but I don't understand the rush.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
I'm 29 years old. I have a very normal work life. Stress levels are normal. I have a active physical and emotional re...
As an young adult having these thoughts and emotions can be quite normal unless it is not disturbing either of the partner. These feelings usually settle down within months. But if you feel distressed of these or your partner doesn't feel comfortable then try to divert your attention towards other like exercises and yoga.
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Hello sir/madam I want to ask that my father is in a very bad habit of smoking and for the last 5 years me and my mom is requesting to my father to leave this habit bt he is not able to leave this habit and he has the same excuse that 'i am trying to leave this habit" bt he smokes too much .plzz tell me what should he do or what should I do so that he is able to live his smoking habit .PLZZZZ tell ME I AM REALLY TENSED ABOUT HIM. Thank you.

MBBS
General Physician, Fatehabad
Hi lybrate-user, To some, smoking a cigarette is more than just a bad habit; it’s a ritual that is used to address many physical and emotional states. In order to finally end the addiction to smoking, and to prevent future relapses, you need a holistic approach—one that integrates both physical and emotional symptoms along with a real, concrete plan. By integrating the latest research, science-backed natural remedies, and other proven techniques, it is possible to quit smoking, and stay smoke-free. 1 – Treating the Physical Symptoms of Nicotine Withdrawal Nicotine withdrawal can begin within 30 minutes of your last cigarette. The first days are the most intense, but remember that these cravings become less frequent and less intense with time. Here are some proven techniques for dealing with those cravings: Exercise: A study published by the Journal of Psychopharmacology found that exercise had a positive effect on smoking. The trial included 15 different studies that evaluated variables, including the desire to smoke and the strength of the desire. Again and again researchers found that many different exercises, including yoga and high-intensity activities, had positive results on reducing cravings. So, next time you have a craving, try embracing the outdoors and go for a 15-minute walk instead. Deep Breathing: Techniques that focus on breath work, such as taking a series of deep breaths, diaphragmatic breathing, and directed breathing, are an effective and easy way to reduce cravings. A study published in The Journal of Addictive Behaviors found that taking a series of deep breaths every 30 minutes significantly reduced smoking withdrawal symptoms, including cravings and irritability. Have an urge? Try taking several deep breaths and notice that desire begin to slip away. 2 – Treating the Emotional Symptoms of Nicotine Withdrawal Feelings such as irritability, anxiety, and even depression can occur as the body begins to withdraw from nicotine. Breaking the psychological addiction can be difficult because the limbic system, also known as the reward center of the brain, is stimulated with each cigarette. The urge to light up can feel uncomfortable as the brain and body begin to detoxify. The good news is that in as little as a month after your last cigarette, a large number of nicotine receptors in the brain will return to normal. Remember that each day will get better, and the cravings will decrease as your brain chemistry rebalances. 3. Addressing the Triggers for Smoking These are moments in your daily life that exacerbate the craving for cigarettes. For example, maybe every morning you used to have your first cigarette with a cup of coffee. Or perhaps you always lit up when drinking alcohol. Acknowledging these situations and creating new patterns can help. Write down the moments where your cravings are the most intense and think of new, healthier alternatives that can take their place. Here are some ideas to get you started. REPLACE / Coffee with green tea / Alcohol with kombucha / Hanging out with smokers with joining an exercise class 4. Foods that Help with Quitting Smoking Nourish the body with foods high in vitamin C, such as citrus fruits, papayas, bell peppers, guava, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, tomatoes, and strawberries. You can restore lost antioxidants with beta carotene-rich foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes, and dark leafy greens, including kale and spinach. Increasing your intake of vitamin E will help rebuild your body’s reserves. Try eating fruits, veggies, and nuts. Avocados, almonds, olive oil, and kiwi are some great ones to try. Hope this helps. Good Luck.
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Sir my mind is controlling me not I am. I got angry on my family member I do not know what to do I want to relax my give some exercise or any activity from which I can get control over my mind.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
hi, Anger management concerns recognising the triggers for anger as early as possible and expressing these feelings and frustrations in a cool, calm and collected way. Do regular physical exercise anything like brisk walk, gym, jogging When you exercise regularly your body learns how to regulate your adrenaline and cortisol levels more effectively. People who are physically fit have more optimum levels of endorphins; endorphins are hormones that make you feel good and therefore less likely to feel angry. Breathe slow and Relax: When you start to feel tense and angry, try to isolate yourself for 15 minutes and concentrate on relaxing and calm, steady breathing: Inhale and exhale deeply 3 or 4 times in a row. Count slowly to four as you inhale. Count slowly to eight as you exhale. Focus on feeling the air move in and out of your lungs. Concentrate and feel your ribs slowly rise and fall as you repeat the exercise. Stop and revert to normal breathing if you start to feel dizzy at any time. try this and for any more questions revert to me all the best :) you will get better
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I lost somebody close to me. From then I feel very depress. Negative thoughts comes in my mind. Please suggest me some therapy.

Counselling Psychologist
Psychologist, Thane
I lost somebody close to me. From then I feel very depress. Negative thoughts comes in my mind. Please suggest me som...
Hello librate user, sad to hear about your loss. Person loss can never be substituted but surely you ll overcome the loss. Time is the best healer to overcome the loss. Mean while you can join meditation n laughing club which ll keep you stress free n all the negative thoughts will go slowly.
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Hey I'm 18 years .I have always in depression. But I don't know what is the reason. I'm have also headache. What's going in my mind I don't know.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hey I'm 18 years .I have always in depression. But I don't know what is the reason. I'm have also headache. What's go...
Dear Lybrate User, kindly consult a Counsellor. The Counsellor will help you to understand what is going on in your mind. May be you are under stress. Talking to a Counsellor will relieve you of your suppressed emotions. Many times your suppressed emotions and stress may cause headache. Kindly seek help and take care.
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Hello Dr. My Son 15 years old, as a parent I am trying to conveyance him important of study. But he is taking everything easy how I guide him so he can concentrated in study or he can understand value of education? How I can set his mind? Whenever he sit for study within 10-15 min he fells sleepy. For that also we visit family doctor he did not has any issue of thyroid. He is ok then why he is like that... I did not Get meaningfully ans. From Dr. Ankur Tanwar.

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
Hello Dr. My Son 15 years old, as a parent I am trying to conveyance him important of study. But he is taking everyth...
Dear. Adolescent minds are always lazy and wandering. This happens because of their hormonal imbalance. They need constant motivation and appreciation. Parents cannot give the motivation because adolescent people do not accept such motivation. You can learn to appreciate your son even in small positive tasks. Motivation should be given by psychologists like me. You may consult a psychologist online. Take care.
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I'm love with a girl but she wants to leave me but I can't leave. If she hurts me my eyes are filling with tears . I will do many stupid things when she trying to leave. Don't want to eat food or water , trying to hurt myself for reducing my heart pain. I'm I have mental?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
I'm love with a girl but she wants to leave me but I can't leave. If she hurts me my eyes are filling with tears . I ...
Probably you are a student. You should go for meditation and think about your family and future and envolved in social activities.
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I have problem when I saw some beautifully and very attractive girl that time I was quite short feel sexiest and I do not control my feelings and I take masturbation. So what is the problem?

BHMS
Homeopath, Agartala
I have problem when I saw some beautifully and very attractive girl that time I was quite short feel sexiest and I do...
Definitely it's problem in long run I cosult with for time being bufo 200 10drps thrice daily for 10 days. And nux vom 1m wkly one dose.
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