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Institute Of Substance Abuse and Allied Services [ Isaas ]

Addiction Psychiatrist
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L-71, Ground Floor
Kalka Ji, Delhi - 110019
Details for Dr. Deepak Dhall
Madras University
Ph. D - Psychology
Professional Memberships
American Psychological Association [APA]
Past Experience
Managing Trustee at ISAAS
Consultant Psychologist at 12 years
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    1. Keep your brain active. Read the papers, solve crosswords, figure out puzzles, socialize, and keep contact with people.
    2. Stay away from drug or alcohol abuse and smoking
    3. Drink plenty of water
    4. Do regular exercise /yoga and meditation
    5. Make positive friends and always think positive
    6. Do some social work and stay social
    7. Never sit ideal, engage your brain
    8. Sleep timely
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    Do you know that unknowingly or knowingly we spend most of our life span living in the past or future. We don't enjoy what we have. If we learn to live in the present we not only can enjoy small small things nature has given us but can also stay away from negative thoughts/ depression/anxiety.
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    Emotional distress and upheaval can sometimes be bought on by stressful life events such as the loss of a loved one, problems on the job or at home, medical illnesses, or a problem with a relation ship.

    Even positive life events such as a job promotion, the birth of a child or getting married can cause distress. These feelings may go away by themselves within a couple of weeks or months, and may not have much effect on a persons life. But if these feelings don't go away, this may be a sign of clinical depression.

    If you feel tired, sad, lonely or upset without any reason for a long time than you must see a psychologist or psychiatrist.
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    You can control your smoking with your dedication and strong will power. Nicotine withdrawals just take 72 hours to go. If you can stay away from nicotine for 72 hours one hour at a time you can not only control your smoking but can be able to stop it forever and can lead a very happy and meaningful life.
    Just don't smoke and stay healthy.
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    If you are feeling worthlessness, sadness and lack of hope than you may be suffering from depression. It is a debilitating condition that can prevent you from enjoying your life. Although it may be difficult to enjoy previous feeling of happiness. You can take control of your depression by increasing social support, changing your thinking and by increasing your physical health.
    These are the method to overcome it.
    1. Talk to a psychologist /psychiatrist/therapist a psychologist or a therapist will be able to help you work through the issues you are going through at this time. He or she will also educate you about your depression and will further guide you the right line of action to be taken.
    2. Spend time with positive people social support is crucial to getting out of a depression and can be very helpful for you to cope with stress full life. Support from positive people can also help to reduce negative thoughts that lead to depression. Please find those people in your life who make a positive impact on your daily functioning. Your friends, family members or co-members should be encouraging and you should enjoy their company. Please go out and do small small things with them [ like listening music, watching movies, walking, reading etc.]. Please create distance with people you know cause you anxiety or who are not supportive. Spending time with them will surely worsen your condition and make it harder to feel enthusiastic about recovery. Plan a short vacation with positive people. 3. Physical contact
    Hug a friend
    Hold hands
    Play with your pet or dog
    4. Always think positive and realistically negative thoughts are trademark of depression. This means you get struck thinking the same negative thoughts over and over again. Write down all the bad negative thoughts you have and create a positive thought for each negative thought you wrote down. For example I am ugly, please write I am unique and beautiful. I dont need any approval.
    5. Compliment yourself for small small things.
    6. Please avoid alcohol, cigarettes or any kind of substance abuse.
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    Do you want to avoid potential health risks? if your answer is yes than please limit your use of cell phones. People who have used their cell phones for a long period of time are at greater risk of certain kinds of brain tumors, clinical depression, addiction, headaches and dizziness. If you do choose to use a cell phone, use the speakerphone function whenever possible. Please keep the phone about one feet away from any body part. Please do not keep the phone on your belt or in your pocket even when you are not using it, as the radiation will penetrate your body wherever the phone is attached. For times when a speakerphone isn't practical, use air tube head set rather than a wireless blue tooth. Please ask yourself:- 1. Which is important. Your health or money? 2. Promise yourself one day at a time that I will minimize the cell phone use. 3. Use lap top instead of phone for social chatting. 4. Use land lines if you are in the office or whenever possible. We want to see you happy, free and joyous. This addiction is very dangerous and injurious. Please try to stay away as much as you can.
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    When you think you’re multi-tasking, you’re actually context-switching which means you’re quickly switching back-and-forth between different tasks, instead of doing them at the same time. Or, you’re doing one thing mechanically while concentrating on the other. Like exercising and watching TV.

    Would you like to share this interesting fact with family or friends? Go ahead and Share!
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    Smartphone Addiction is a Sign of Depression

    There are some people who just never seem to get off the phone. They would be looking at their phones all the time, messaging, using social networking sites or simply clicking their pictures or playing games. A study suggests that addiction to the smartphone is linked to and serves as a sign of depression.

    The study reveals that individuals who have been diagnosed with some form or degree of depression tend to use their phones more. In fact, smartphone addiction is correlated to clinical depression. So, if your teenage son or daughter or someone you know have been using their phones too often, then this might be a red signal towards depression.

    Smartphone addiction can be seen as a compulsive behavior and is typically noticed among depressed people. At the same time, it can result in depression as well. People who are prone to developing depression symptoms may also use their phone more often. Their excessive usage and smartphone addiction may actually make them irritable and sad, looking at photos of others, noticing other people’s lives may make them feel that their lives aren’t perfect. This can in turn lead to feelings of extreme sadness, cause depression or even suicidal thoughts.

    So, make sure that you keep a tab of how often people use smartphone in your family. If you suspect behavioral changes with smartphone addiction, consider getting a consultation with a psychologist or counsellor.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'Consult'.
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    It was a statistical fact that alcoholics almost never recovered on their own resources, and this had been true apparently, ever since man had crushed grapes. We call it increasing sensitivity to alcohol -an allergy. First an alcoholic smitten by an insane urge that condemned him or her to go on drinking, and than by an allergy of the body that insured that they will ultimately destroy themselves in the process.
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    Men and women drink essentially because they like the effect produced by alcohol. The sensation is so elusive that, while they admit it is injurious, they cannot after a time differntiate the true from the false. They are restless, irritable and discontented, unless they can again experience the sense of ease and comfort which comes at once by taking a few drinks which they see others taking with impunity. After they have succmbed to the desire again, as so many do, and the phenomenon of craving devlops, they paas through the well known stages of a spree, emerging remorseful, with a firm resolution not to drink again. This is repeated over and over, and unless he or she can experience an entire psychic change there is very little hope of recovery.
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    Alcoholism is a deadly disease which is very cunning, baffling and powerful. Please consult any addiction specialist if you think you have a problem with your drinking. Doctor can guide you a proper treatment plan or you can join a free help group meetings of alcoholics anonymous. This fellowship follow twelve steps. Aa" s are a group of principals, spiritual in their nature, which, if practiced as a way of life, can expel the obsession to drink and enable the sufferer to be-come and usefully whole.
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