CENTURY HOSPITAL in Masab Tank, Hyderabad - Book Appointment, View Contact Number, Feedbacks, Address | Dr. Naresh Vadlamani


Addiction Psychiatrist, Adolescent And Child Psychiatrist, Adult Psychiatrist, Geriatric Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatrist, Psychiatrist
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Details for Dr. Naresh Vadlamani
Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad
MD - Psychiatry
Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad
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  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    Adult Psychiatrist, Psychiatrist, Geriatric Psychiatrist, Adolescent And Child Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatrist, Addiction Psychiatrist
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  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    14 hours ago

    Welcome my dear patient,Confide in me your suffering.

    My decades of long study, and my hard, exhaustive training, is always at your service.

    But understand this, my friend That I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!

    My sleep at night, I give up, and my time with my family too.

    I sacrifice my own health, sometimes, in order to heal you.

    These sacrifices I don’t regret.

    But understand this, my friend That I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!

    I shall treat your illness, every night and day.

    But will you get well by it? I confess, I cannot say.

    “What do you mean?” You ask.

    My answer is, my friend That I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!

    You may get better, your health, vigor renewed,

    Your eyes will then be filled, with tears of gratitude.

    I do not deserve those tears.

    Offer them to God,my friend, for I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!

    I merely give you medicine, as my Teaching would tell me to.

    But God is really the one who restores health back to you.

    He deserves the credit.

    Understand this,my friend That I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!

    The same medicine that healed you, may, also sadly,

    Unexpectedly and without warning, cause illness in another.

    It’s all Destiny and God’s will.

    That’s the truth,my friend That I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!

    Illness, health, life & death, are decided by Fate, you see.

    They cannot be guaranteed, neither by you, nor me.

    As your well-wishing PSYCHIATRIST AND DOCTOR, I can only try my best.

    Accept this, my friend That I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!

    So shower me, my dear patient, neither with praise nor hatred.

    Try to understand & remember,

    This cardinal truth instead, I am a human being like you,

    Imperfect &mortal, my friend That I am not God, but neither am I the Devil!
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  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    E-cigarettes : Good Or Bad?

    E-cigarettes or electronic cigarettes are vaporizers powered by battery which instigates the feeling of smoking. Though it has emerged as a measure to quit smoking, it is not so successful in achieving the same.

    Check out its Benefits Vs Risks

    1. Alternative to smoking - For those who find hard to quit smoking can replace this smoke and tobacco free device with the traditional cigarettes and can reduce the intake of smoke or tobacco to minimal.

    2. Easy on the pocket book - The cost of e-cigarettes is relatively low than traditional cigarettes. Hence, it fits well under the budget of chain smokers.

    3. Reduces the risk to diseases - Cigarette smoking is injurious to health. It can cause innumerable diseases from cancer, stroke, heart attack, pneumonia to osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s etc. E-cigarettes have reduced the risk of many of these diseases for the smokers.

    4. Odor free Cigarette - The odor from a smoker after smoking is unbearable. E-cigarettes help get rid of the maleficent odor and so others won’t notice the smell.


    1. E-liquids - E-cigarettes have e-liquids which are very harmfull for the body. A small amount of e-liquid is enough to kill a child or an adult. Hence, there is an increased risk to life of a smoker.

    2. Lacks labeling - E-cigarettes do not have proper labeling, health warnings, directions to use and its safe disposal technique. Hence, it has an added risk to environment if the e-liquids get exposed/leaked.

    3. High levels of Nicotine - Though it is a tobacco and smoke-free cigarette, over usage of the same can make you addicted to nicotine which has further negative impacts on your health.
    Hence, e-cigarettes may help in quit smoking, it is equally hazardous to your health.

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  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    Decision is never right or wrong. Its only the results of that decision that makes it a right or wrong. But again it is the time of evaluation of the result that makes the decision right or wrong. If the time of evaluation is 1 year, the decision may be right. But if the evaluation is after 2 years, the same decision may be wrong. Again, if it is evaluated after 5 years, then the same decision may be right, and so on. When can we finally say that the particular decision is right or wrong. Probably 1 hour before we die. At that time, it doesnot matter, if the decision is right or wrong. Does it?
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  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    In a week, 10 hours/day goes for sleep and Activities of Daily Living.
    Remaining 14hrs/day x 7 days = 98hours.
    Work on an average of 8hours per day, i.E 56hrs per week( including extra hours and weekend holidays). Ideally live near place of work and childrens' school.
    There are 42 hours left.
    Spend 21 hours/week on wife and children.
    Spend Saturday evenings with wife and children.
    Sunday evenings or mornings with extended family or friends.
    21 hours are left.
    3 hours for your own solitude.
    3 hours for skills, professional development and knowledge gathering.
    3 hours per week for Social/societal responsibility,
    3 hours for belief/faith/religion,
    3 hours for physical development/health related issues
    3 hours for hobby/pleasure/group activities and
    3 hours for friends/social/extended family/functions/partying etc.

    Take 2 day breaks(Excluding travel) once in March and September months
    Take 5 day Holidays in Summer(MAY- June) and Winter( December -January)

    If one can afford, Plan for one holiday/year abroad, one holiday to a pilgrimage per year.

    Once one divides time appropriately, one will find plenty of time for all activities. Try not to give importance to one activity only or extend or stretch one time over the other.

    Once one practices effective time management, over a period of time, people will respect each other and each other's time.
       4 Thanks
  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    Religious discourses, philosophical thinkings, reading lots of books, broad minded thinking and beliefs and understanding from third person perspective, help in strengthening ones immunity to depression, bipolar and anxiety diseases. Then one can withstand stronger and severe life events like failures, setbacks and tragedies
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  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    Anticipation of stress and preparing oneself for anticipated stressful life events prevents anxiety and stress related disorders.
    For example: like one prepares for mock tests well ahead in time before the main exam or even spot exams, in a similar way anticipate life stressors. For example, if one is 30yrs old - mid career, anticipate financial stress and plan for it. Anticipate BP or Diabetes in Mid Forties and start changing lifestyle now. Anticipate heart disease and operation in Mid- fifties, anticipate illhealth of other family members, anticipate financial stress about children's education, children leaving home in your sixties, anticipate mobility problems in late 60's and 70's.
    Anticipate and prepare for health insurance etc.
    Despite all this planning expect any sudden life events. Taking time for yourself - building your skills, exercising, enjoyable hobbies, playing a small role in society and leading a balanced simple life can alleviate lots of stress related illness and anxiety disorders and of course LESS MEDICAL BILLS.
  • (MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
    Regularly solve puzzles, crosswords, quizzes, simple maths problems, logical reasonings. Regularly read journals, editorials, review articles. These mental exercises will help one increase their knowledge and prevent dementia in old age. They also boost ones confidence and prevent depression
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    Dr. Rajshekhar Bipeta
    Good person with efficient clinical skills.
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    Dr. P Gautam
    I have known Dr Naresh for several decades and he is an excellent psychiatrist and human being.
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