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Hi all doctors, I was having exam last two weeks, and another exams coming soon, is the any energy and medicine can boost to memorize and become good for studying?
I lost somebody close last year and since than feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time.
I am a 23 year male and I want to left smoking but I am not able. I smoke since last one year how much it affect to me.
Some times my headache problem killed my enjoyness whenever my headache occurred my mind becomes very disturb and I can not focus in my study.
I am a 40 years old lady. Since last 2 years I am suffering from different kind of problems. At starting I used to feel smell every time. I couldn't smell clothes or cook foods. I could not enter in kitchen as I can not bear smell of cooking. Mujhe chakkar aane lgte the. 2nd thing is anxiety. All the tests conducted regarding throat and stomach but nothing could be diagnosed. Smell problem faded away slowly with medicines but anxiety is still I am suffering from. I want to know that whether it relates to psychotic or an ENT doctor or some other problem is there.
I'm very tense for my husband because he is alcoholic from last six year . Main problem is after having 4 pegs he will not have any sense to talk and he start abusing language and after me.He had gastric bypass in 2006 after his surgery he became wild and arrogant . Plz help me out . He is diabetic also
Hi I am 30 years old male. I am taking anti depressants for past few days (clonazepam, vilazodone) prescribed by psychiatrist. I dnt have any family history of diabetics. Now I am fear about these tablets may have side effects that leads to diabetics?
I am taking medicines for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (gad) for last 4 years or so. But relapse of symptoms of occurs sometimes. Pl help.
I am a chain smoker. But now I want to quit smoking. I tried many times but I can't. Can you please help me.
I have quit smoking and drinking since 2nd September and on earlier occasion also I had tried but all relapsed. But this time I am quite serious. Please advise what other precautions should I take so that I am successful this time.
Bipolar disorder is a serious mental health condition in which episodes of mania - an abnormally elevated mood often accompanied by feelings of euphoria - are interspersed with bouts of depression.
People with bipolar disorder generally need to be treated with mood stabilizers and other medications. But maintaining a healthy lifestyle is also important. Eating right, sticking to a regular sleep schedule, and other healthy habits can help people with bipolar disorder manage their condition
- Take your meds - Take your medication every day as prescribed by your doctor. In all, 1 in 3 people will remain completely free of symptoms of bipolar disorder by taking mood-stabilizing medicine, such as carbamazepine or lithium, for life.
- Exercise daily - Moderate physical activity for 30 minutes a day can help control mood swings.
- Eat a balanced diet - Make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need. Eating meals at regular times will help establish a stress-reducing daily routine.
- Avoid traveling into other time zones - If you are planning to travel extensively, you may want to call your doctor before you leave. Traveling into other time zones can disrupt your medication schedule and trigger a manic episode.
- Get the same number of hours of sleep every night - Changes in your sleep patterns can sometimes trigger a manic or depressive episode. Try your best to keep the same bedtime and rise time, varying them by no more than an hour.
- Avoid alcohol and illegal drugs - Even one drink can disrupt your sleep, change your mood, or interfere with your medicines, which can make symptom
- Reduce stress at work and at home - Try to keep regular hours at work so stress won't trigger a manic or depressive episode. If stress at work or at home is a problem, counseling may help.
- Limit caffeine and nicotine during manic episodes - Caffeine and nicotine can both act as stimulants, which can make symptoms worse. Plus, too much caffeine can change your sleeping habits.
- Seek treatment immediately
Getting treatment immediately will help you to proactively manage symptoms of a depressive or manic episode and avoid disruptions to your life. Often you don't notice early signs or symptoms, so take the time to educate whoever is closest to you what signs and symptoms to look for. They can alert you when they see a change that suggests the beginning of a mood episode. Show them you welcome such feedback, and be sure to take it seriously if you get it