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Dr. Thiru Vikraman S

Psychiatrist, Chennai

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Dr. Thiru Vikraman S is a popular Psychiatrist in Tambaram, Chennai. You can meet Dr. Thiru Vikraman S personally at Cosh Multispeciality Clinic in Tambaram, Chennai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Thiru Vikraman S on Lybrate.com.

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I am not able to respond on the time when a question is asked. Its taking time to respond. How to sharpen my brain.

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
Dear Krishna. You should take time to repond to a question. It is called contemplation. You are doing well. Don't worry. Please consult a psychologist online for counseling, advice and therapy. Take care,
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From child hood onwards I never live in hostel after 10th my parents put me in hostel I was not able to adjust with the hostel environment. The food and rooms are very good but some feeling arise in my mind it kills me until I came out of the hostel it do not leave. It feels like very difficult to live and fear .so I returned home and did my intermediate in my village. Later for short term course (40 days) I myself asked my parents to join in hostel to crack eamcet exam even then I feel the same feeling I can not live one day even I returned to home the next day itself. So again I did my b.tech in a small engineering college near my village (daily service just 4 kms away frm house) From 3rd year onwards I started thinking of carrier and took GATE coaching weekend batches in vijayawada (which is 35 kms apart from my village) I thought I am matured as I did my b.tech and I am a 22 years old. As I got admission in amrita university coimbatore which is 1000 kms apart from our village I prepared everything and happily joined in college but I feel the same feeling which I felt in intermediate .again I returned to home I am not able to stay in hostel in my life like others my parents are worrying about me Some times I am thinking that my life is waste I can not do anything so better commit suicide. All my friends are staying out and no one is in my village .even then I am fearing to go out .please tell me is there any solution for this problem. Please help me.

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Psychologist, Delhi
From child hood onwards I never live in hostel after 10th my parents put me in hostel I was not able to adjust with t...
Dear lybrate-user It happens with many students and this condition is called Homesickness. Homesickness like any other vaguely communicable disease won't go away over night but it does't mean that it can not go away what it requires is your determination. Consider few things practically-- from here if you will leave the college and will do job then also same thing will happen as you have done your B.tech it is less possible to get proper job and growth near your village, you cannot run from this situation again and again ,someday you have to face this situation. I am suggesting you few things try to this-- 1.Try to make some good friends. 2.As per many studies on Homesickness those individual who have girlfriend or boyfriend overcome from homesickness easily ,so you can try this also. 3.Involve yourself in some activities or join any hobby class although in starting you will feel that you are not getting enough time for studies but it will help you in adjustment once you will adjust then you would be able to study more effectively. 4.you can plan some short trips with your friend. 5.Share your feeling with any close friend. 6.Try to avoid social contact for few days as it will divert your mind from hometown's environment ,once you will adjust you can contact them. 7.you can take help of any counsellor. Good luck.
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I am 24, height 5'10" weight 72 kg Suffered from allergy (high IgE level). Taking montelukast +levocetirizine since 7 years. From last one year I am not able to concentrate on studies, my mind is getting weakening day by day. Grades getting worse. Problem of short term memory loss. I am unable to study as before. Please help me what should I do?

B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology, Ph. D - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am 24, height 5'10" weight 72 kg
Suffered from allergy (high IgE level). Taking montelukast +levocetirizine since 7...
Take all precautions to avoid all things that you are allergic to. Frequent sickness can break your rhythm of studying. Start your day with making a list of things you want to study in the day. Give yourself specific targets- eg - I have to study ---- topic, from-----chapter and after that attempt----questions from that topic. Once you have finished this, then move on to the next thing on the list. Have lots of water and physical exercise to keep your energy level high. Give yourself positive affirmations that you can do it and there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to focus.
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How Is Pulmonary Hypertension Treated?

MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
How Is Pulmonary Hypertension Treated?

Pulmonary hypertension is a medical condition that arises when the blood pressure remains consistently high in the vessels of the lungs. This condition can develop from a completely unrelated medical condition and is more prevalent among women. 

Pulmonary Hypertension can be a hard disease to diagnose. While it has no permanent cure, the medication depends on how far the disease has advanced. From group 1 PAH to group 5 PAH, pulmonary hypertension has 5 stages of advancement. 

Here is a list of 10 ways by which this disease can be kept under control along with the prescribed medication:

  1. Quit smoking: Smoking aggravates pulmonary hypertension. It has adverse effects on both the heart and the lung. It is therefore of utmost importance to quit smoking. If you fail to control your urge of smoking, contact your doctor who can suggest a quitting plan.
  2. Avoid high altitude: Patients suffering from pulmonary hypertension should avoid flying and living at high altitude. An altitude of 8000 feet and above can worsen the symptoms. It is therefore suggested that you do not take flights for travelling or come down below the altitude of 2428 meters if you are living in hilly areas.
  3. A healthy diet: A healthy diet consisting of fresh fruit and vegetables, lean meat and whole grains should be consumed on a daily basis. A nutritious diet goes a long way in keeping pulmonary hypertension in check.
  4. Adequate rest: A minimum of 8 hours of sleep is recommended for patients suffering from pulmonary hypertension. A good night’s sleep and frequent naps keeps fatigue at bay. 
  5. Pregnancy and birth control pills: Avoiding pregnancy is a must for patients suffering from this disease. Pregnancy can be life threatening for the both the baby and the mother. Birth control pills should be avoided as well. It greatly increases the chance of blood clots. 
  6. Maintain a steady blood pressure: Any activities that lower the blood pressure should be avoided by all means. Spending too much time in a bathtub or prolonged stress increases the chances fainting.
  7. Become more active: Patients of pulmonary hypertension often run out of breath with little to no activity. While activities such as weight lifting should be strictly avoided, some exercise or daily jogging can fetch good result in keeping a patient healthy.
  8. Get vaccine on time: Doctors often suggest vaccines if the patient suffers from pneumonia or influenza. It should be ensured that such vaccines are taken on time. For patients suffering from pulmonary hypertension, prolonged exposure to diseases such as pneumonia can wreak havoc.
  9. Regular checkup: Regular follow up with the doctor is of prime importance. Any possible side effects or deterioration can be arrested with constant supervision.
  10. On time medication: Patients of pulmonary hypertension should ensure that all the medicines suggested by the doctor are taken at regular intervals as per prescribed dosage.
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I am diabetic for the last 22 years.I face frequent attack of depression for the last considerable time. Please suggest what to do ?

CCMTD, CCEBDM, C.Diabetology, American Diabetes Association, DOMS, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Mumbai
First of all make sure that your blood sugar levels are well controlled. Diabetes itself can lead to depression at times.You can consult pshychitrist once.
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He is addictive of cigarette and he was trying to drop but he can't tell if there is any solution.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi. Give homoeopathic medicine which will help him to get rid of him habit of smoking and it’s side-effects. Schwabe's Daphne Indica/ thrice daily for 3 months. After a month, report back to me.
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I am 37 years old. I am falling short of remembering the work done few minutes back. Please suggest what to do?

DNB in Psychiatry, completed course from Asha Hospital, Hyderbad
Psychiatrist, Salem
Since how many days you are having this problem? Are there any habits? Whats your profession and personal life going on now?

I am taking epileptic drugs a combination of three drugs for quite a long. Symptoms are controlled for 3-4 weeks then again it is uncontrollable even after increased dosage. Can it be due to gastric irritation caused by these drugs as my convulsions start with stomach tightness otherwise also. I am also taking pantocid20 daily one tab. Is there any relationship between menses and convulsions as during these days also I get convulsions inspite of increased dosage, please advise. Thanks.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
Please do not increase or decrease anti epileptic medication on your own and steady state blood levels are required to control seizuresand do it only on the advise of your neurologist. Some times seizures have relation with Menstrual periods due to Hormonal changes. Best is to be evaluated by an expert.
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I am taking falize s10 from last 8 years because of depression. I got dark circles around my eyes what should I do.

Master surgery, FICA USA
General Surgeon, Aligarh
I am taking falize s10 from last 8 years because of depression. I got dark circles around my eyes what should I do.
Any medications that cause blood vessels to dilate can cause circles under the eyes to darken. Because the skin under the eyes is very delicate, any increased blood flow shows through the skin. So no worry.
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