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Anandam Psychiatry Centre

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4/1, 1st Floor, East Patel Nagar, Near Metro Pillar No-172 Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹800 · 79 Reviews
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Anandam Psychiatry Centre is known for housing experienced Psychiatrists. Dr. Srikant Sharma, a well-reputed Psychiatrist, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Psychiatrists recommended by 53 patients.

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Patel Nagar Delhi, Delhi - 110008
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MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
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Exercising Your Brain - Ways To Improve Your Mental Health!

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Exercising Your Brain - Ways To Improve Your Mental Health!

Brain is just like other muscles in the body; stimulation of the brain cells on a continuous basis will lead to a well-functioning brain. In fact, exercising your brain through various brain exercises helps in forming new neural pathways inside it. Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to change and adapt when it is stimulated.

The various methods you can adopt to improve your mental health are:

  1. Learn a musical instrument: Start taking music classes to learn an instrument such as guitar or piano as it helps in improving mental health. It also helps in delaying age related problems such as Alzheimer's disease.
  2. Do math exercises in your head: Try figuring out various mathematical sums inside your head, as this will keep your brain sharp. It has also been known to improve intelligence quotient.
  3. Try to Recall Past Events: When you try to recall past events, the section of the brain dealing with memory is stimulated and thus, leads to stronger neural connections.
  4. Learning a New Language: Learning a new language is good for the brain as well because it helps in delaying the process of decline of cognitive functions. Chances of being affected by mental health disorders decrease significantly.
  5. Aerobic Exercises: You should follow a regular exercise regimen consisting of aerobic exercises and cardiovascular exercises as they help in improving your blood circulation. Apart from keeping you fitter and lean, it also improves your overall wellbeing.
  6. Improve your Hand-eye Coordination: Do activities such as painting, knitting or solving puzzles as they help in improving your hand eye coordination. It fine tunes your motor skills and keeps you mentally sharp.
  7. Cooking: Learning to cook can help in activating various parts of the brain such as sight, smell and taste. This is related to different parts of the brain resulting in an overall development.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Eating Disorders - Are You Suffering From Any One Of Them?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Eating Disorders - Are You Suffering From Any One Of Them?

Eating disorders can be defined as conditions that influence your eating behaviour significantly and which may give rise to serious health issues. Eating disorders are associated with behaviours like compulsively counting calories, puking after meals, living on a rigid diet etc. which often leads to a feeling of self-loathing and obsessive thoughts about food and weight.

Here are the three most common eating disorders and the symptoms by which they can be identified.

1. Anorexia nervosa - This disorder is considered to be a mortally dangerous condition in which the body weight reduces drastically. An individual is terrified about gaining weight and can take extreme steps to maintain their weight and shape, often leading to starvation, vomiting and many other health problems.

Common symptoms include:

  1. Reducing the amount of food to be consumed to cut down the calories
  2. Exercising beyond capacity to burn calories
  3. Recurrently monitoring your shape, weight and appearance
  4. Skipping meals
  5. Avoiding social gatherings where you will be offered food
  6. Irregular menstrual cycles in women
  7. Erectile dysfunction in men

2. Bulimia nervosa - Mostly observed among people in their mid-teens, Bulimia nervosa is a serious type of eating disorder associated with episodes of bingeing and purging with the individual being unable to regulate their eating habits. Moreover, the person suffering from this disease often feels guilty and horror-struck about weight gain and forces himself/herself to vomit.

Normally, people suffering from this condition exhibit the following habits:

  1. Binge eating
  2. Use of laxatives or throw up forcibly to get rid of calories
  3. Feeling exhausted and guilty
  4. Experiencing irregularity in their menstrual cycles
  5. The inability to maintain normal weight, in spite of trying to eliminate calories

3. Binge-eating disorder - This disorder is characterised by overeating, eating even when you don't feel hungry and continuing to eat even after feeling full. People suffering from this disorder cultivate a feeling of guilt inside them for overeating but do not try to nullify its effect by vomiting or exercising intensely. Some of the most prominent symptoms of this disorder include:

  1. Eating alone to hide the embarrassment caused due to overeating
  2. Eating quicker than normal people
  3. Being overweight
  4. Binge eating at minimum one instance every week

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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My mother is 62 years old. She is a patient of depression since 25 yrs. Four years back she was prescribed licab until 6 months before she severely got ill and diagnosed with ITP. The doctors zeroed on licab and stopped it. We consulted a psychiatrist and prescribed her with mirtaz 30 mg and nexito 15 mg but to no use. There has been a relapse and she is not responding to medicines for last 6 months. Whats your advice sir. Licab needs to be started or there is some alternate medicines.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
My mother is 62 years old. She is a patient of depression since 25 yrs. Four years back she was prescribed licab unti...
Hello dear, see first of all since as you are mentioning lithium was the predominant Medicine prescribed earlier. It could be most likely the case of Bipolar disorder.in which yes Depression occurs. But the treatment differs. I mean requirement of mood stabilizer is there. Lithium is a mood stabilizer but there are many others since your mother had problems with lithium recently. So Consult your Psychiatrist for reviewing the diagnosis. As it will be the deciding factor in the future Management. Ok.
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Dementia - 7 Early Symptoms Of It!

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Dementia - 7 Early Symptoms Of It!

Dementia is a disorder characterized by a decline in mental capabilities in a person. It is primarily caused by Alzheimer's disease but can also be caused by damage to the brain from an injury or a stroke. The cells of the brain fail to communicate with each other in dementia. People suffering from dementia have difficulties in taking part in regular activities as their mental functioning is impaired.

The major symptoms of dementia are problems in recalling, ineffective communication, inability to concentrate and impaired reasoning abilities. It may also affect the short-term memory of a person when he/she may be unable to keep track of his/her belongings. Dementia can be progressive where the symptoms gradually increase with age.

Some early symptoms of dementia are-

1. Mood changes - Excessive mood swings along with changes in personality are very common symptoms of dementia. For instance- a reserved person suddenly becoming very outgoing is a commonly observed change in cases of dementia.

2. Problems in completing routine tasks - If a person suddenly starts to face problems in doing routine work such as maintaining simple accounts and paying bills then it can early signs of dementia.

3. Confusion - When a person starts to get confused in remembering small details and recognizing faces, it could point towards dementia.

4. Repetition - Dementia causes people to repeat words they have just said as the short term memory gets impaired. It also causes people to repeat small tasks a multiple number of times.

5. Losing interest - A person may start to lose interest in regular activities and avoid them altogether. They may appear devoid of emotions and not engage socially.

6. Communication - People fail to communicate effectively as they may be unable to express their thoughts clearly. They may also fail to understand when others communicate with them.

7. Impaired sense of direction - A person may fail to recognize places and wander around. He/she will face problems in going to places or in remembering places.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Feeling Needy - Is There A Way To Reduce That Feeling?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Feeling Needy - Is There A Way To Reduce That Feeling?

Man is different from the other species in that we are social beings. One of the main differentiators is our constant need to 'connect' with our fellow beings. Be it family or friends or society at large, we constantly need to be connected to our near and dear ones and want attention, affection, and assurance.

We need to respect this basic desire and appreciate that there is nothing wrong in feeling needed. Problems arise when this feeling to be needed gets excessive. There is a significant constant demand from the needy person, especially from those who are close to them.

Some cases where neediness is demonstrated are in new relationships. In the beginning, there is a great urge to please and therefore a greater focus on interacting with them. There is a fear of losing attention, there is insatiable excessive demand for attention - be it pleas, accusations, or demands - so as to not feel abandoned and deserted. Neediness is also quite evident in people with depression. Again, an attempt to not be abandoned by their near and dear ones.

By making a conscious effort, the neediness can be reduced, thereby making the relationships smoother and less painful to both the parties involved. As the saying goes - 'acknowledging the problem is half the problem solved'.

Needy people should realize or accept if told that there is an issue and make a conscious effort to work on reducing neediness.

1. Divert attention - As simple as it might sound, it is equally effective. Indulge in whatever interests you - exercise, meditation, dance, sing, etc. The idea is to divert attention so that the urge to feel needy and act on that instinct is reduced. This reduces the fear of being lonely and works magic. The busier you get, the less bored you are. As they say, be alone but not lonely.

2. Clarity in communication - One of the intricacies of neediness is making unclear demands. Sadly, quite often, the person does not know what he wants, and so are the demands or requests which are equally unclear. Once you are aware that your neediness is making you do this, make an effort to clearly communicate what you actually want. This reduces the stress on both the parties involved and leads to a happier engagement.

3. Clarity in relationships - Take a step back and see if your neediness is affecting any major relationships. If yes, revisit and clarify. Make an attempt and reestablish the relationships. If it is your truly near and dear ones, they will be very forthcoming and understanding.

4. Move on - In cases where your neediness has affected another person, be wise to accept their wishes and not be more 'needy' or clingy. This acceptance will make way for a lot of healthier relationships as you learn to deal with accepting your issues.

5. Socialize - Use your hobbies to make more friends and socialize more. Having more people to interact with reduces your need to be accepted by the same people. You have more people to rely on and might make more friends for keeps.

These are some simple ways to reduce neediness on others, but as mentioned, the first step is to accept and then work on ways to reduce it.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Sir please help me I am suffering from a disease I don't know what's that. I visualise porn images at most of the time of the day. When I see anyone no matter who is there like human or God. I can't control myself. I don't want to visualise it but I can't. This visualisation is like my bad habit. It doesn't mean that I am a sex addict. Is this better through hypnosis. Hypnotherapy is better in my case? So what can I do. Please give me a better suggestion.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Sir please help me I am suffering from a disease I don't know what's that. I visualise porn images at most of the tim...
Hey lybrate-user. I can empathize with you. See as per your description these appear to be obsessions in the form of images which are intrusive, repetitive and you are not liking it. Right. Although you didn't tell me the ways you try to control them if you do. So the treatment for anxiety disorders like OCD are Medications and therapy like CBT. So plan to consult a psychiatrist for detailed evaluation and Management of the case. You can plan online Consultation via Lybrate also. Gudluck.
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When I do intercourse with a girl I am hardly able to do 30 seconds or 1 mins sex after that my penis get flow and then it is not in a sex position why it get flow so early. Pls help me with suggestion.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
When I do intercourse with a girl I am hardly able to do 30 seconds or 1 mins sex after that my penis get flow and th...
Hello lybrate-user, it appears that by saying flow you mean Erect enough for intercourse. Right.So Erectile dysfunction is the diagnosis. Remember Psychological issues like anxiety disorders and Depression are the most common causes for the sexual dysfunction. So try to be relax by taking care of the stressors in your life. Sleep well and regular meals and exercise will help for sure. Consult a Psychiatrist for detailed evaluation and Management of the case if it doesn't help.
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When do I start sex after 2 to 3 minutes, I discharged. So that partner does not satisfied with sex. What should I do to increase the duration.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
When do I start sex after 2 to 3 minutes, I discharged. So that partner does not satisfied with sex. What should I do...
Premature ejaculation is the right diagnosis in your case. But more details are required as timing of ejaculation varies from person to person and also situation based. Medications like SSRI. Off course after consulting a Psychiatrist will help. Also go for squeeze method .a therapy meant for premature ejaculation after discussing with your Psychiatrist.
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