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N-110, Panchseel Park. Landmark: Near Panchseel Club & Near Hauzpauz Metro Station, Delhi Delhi
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Max Multi Speciality Center - Panchsheel Park is known for housing experienced Psychiatrists. Dr. Sameer malohtra, a well-reputed Psychiatrist, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Psychiatrists recommended by 64 patients.

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How to Know if You Have Depression?

Sexologist Clinic
Sexologist, Faridabad
How to Know if You Have Depression?

Pay attention to your emotions and moods. Depression is a medical condition that prevents the brain from regulating its emotions. Everyone feels down occasionally, but people suffering from depression frequently experience certain emotions or a combination of them. If you experience these emotions, or if they prevent you from functioning in your everyday life, then it is important to seek help. Some emotions you might feel if you are depressed include:

  • Sadness. Are you often sad or low-spirited?
  • Emptiness or numbness. Do you feel as though you have no emotions at all, or have trouble feeling anything?
  • Hopelessness. Have you felt tempted to "give up", or had trouble imagining any improvement? Have you become more of a pessimist since you began suspecting depression?
  • Guilt. Do you often feel guilty for little or no reason? Do these feelings stay with you and interfere with your ability to concentrate or enjoy yourself?
  • Worthlessness. Do you have a low sense of self-worth?
  • Irritability. Have you been snapping at people or getting into arguments without good reason? A short temper is another example of a mood change sometimes caused by depression, especially among men and teenagers.
  • Low energy. Do you often feel tired, unable to perform routine tasks or concentrate, and prone to avoiding active motion?
  • Indecisiveness. Do you have difficulty making minor decisions? Does attempting to make decisions make you feel overwhelmed and hopeless?

Watch for a desire to withdraw or isolate from friends and family. People who suffer from depression often stop spending time with friends, or lose interest in other things they used to enjoy. This is because they have a desire to isolate themselves or withdraw from their usual activities. Consider your desire to withdraw or isolate from people and how your social life and daily activities have changed in the past few months or over the past year.

  • Make a list of the activities you regularly participated in before you started feeling worse, and estimate how often you did each one. Over the next couple weeks, make a note whenever you do one of these activities and see if your rate has significantly decreased.

Identify any suicidal thoughts. If you have thought about hurting yourself or even killing yourself, then it is important to seek immediate medical attention. Call emergency services right away, such as by dialing 911 in the US. Some other indications of suicidal tendencies include:

  • Fantasizing about hurting or killing yourself.
  • Giving away belongings and/or putting your affairs in order.
  • Saying a final goodbye to people.
  • Feeling like you are trapped or that there is no hope.
  • Saying or thinking things like, “I would be better off dead,” or “People would be happier without me around.”
  • Making a quick transition from feeling hopeless and depressed to feeling happy and calm.

 

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I am 40 years old female and I have suffering mental stress due to after delivery. Baby died IUD.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I am 40 years old female and I have suffering mental stress due to after delivery. Baby died IUD.
Feeling this overwhelming stress for a long period of time is often called chronic, or long-term stress, and it can impact on both physical and mental health. Stress is a response to a threat in a situation, whereas anxiety is a reaction to the stress. Don't worry ,its better to consult doctor.
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I am 21 years old female my mind is not stable in case of my career, relationships etc. I face difficulties in expressing myself and my feelings for others which leads to many other problems. I am seriously looking forward for a help.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I am 21 years old female my mind is not stable in case of my career, relationships etc. I face difficulties in expres...
Many people with borderline personality disorder (BPD) have intense and unstable relationships with others. Their relationships tend to fluctuate between being all good or all bad and they can be unable to experience contradictory feelings when relating to the world or others Stop worrying about your co-workers. Jane comes in late. Give in to the boss's quirks. Show up on time. Take a vacation. Take a risk or two. Look for the positive in everything. Take a class. Give sincere thanks for criticism. Set small goals regularly. When it comes to annual reviews, there is so much focus on goals for the year. Stretch yourself. Get feedback. Curate your work. Be curious about your industry. Read Network brilliantly. Get a mentor.
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Hello sir, I always have some stress and hypertension in my head. Whenever I'm starting to study it starts increasing rapidly.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Hello sir, I always have some stress and hypertension in my head. Whenever I'm starting to study it starts increasing...
Try to relax yourself -- Exercise. Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to combat stress. Take a few minutes to breathe in and out in slow, deep breaths. Reduce Your Caffeine Intake. Write It Down. Chew Gum. Spend Time With Friends and Family. Laugh. Massage. Eat a healthy diet. Pursue one hobby Walk in natureMeditation. Yoga For details you can consult me.
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Hi sir, I am 18 years old and I suffer from memory issue, I forget thing in short time period then what can I do.

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General Physician, Delhi
Hi lybrate-user at your young age there are so many things that affects your memory 1. Tension/stress: please don't take stress or tension as this affects your short term memory, live a stress free life 2. Avoid alcohol consumption: alcohol consumption in high quantities do affect your memory levels 3. Smoking: excessive smoking also causes memory issues. 4. Medications: certain medications also impact your memory if you are taking them for long like allergy medicines, sleeping medication or pills, antidepressants etc. 5. Lack of sleep: you need to have at least 6-8 hours of sleep this ensures that your mind becomes stress free, too little sleep can impact memory not only limited to memory but it can impact your mood and anxiety levels. Solution 1. Be stress free 2. Engage in healthy diet and exercise at least for 30 min 3. Have almonds and walnuts in the morning that will give essential fatty acids to your brain 4. Have peaceful 6 to 8 hours of sleep 5. Do some brain exercise like solving crosswords puzzle, sudoko and chess etc. 6. Engage in sports any sport will do.
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Depression - 5 Possible Steps You Can Take To Manage It!

MD - Psychiatry, Diploma in Psychological Medicine-DPM, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Post Graduate Diploma in Sexology, Certificate Course in Sex Therapy and Counselling
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Depression - 5 Possible Steps You Can Take To Manage It!

Depression is more than just feeling low or down. It is a serious illness that is caused by various changes in the brain chemistry. There are a lot of factors that cause depression, which range from genetics to change in hormone level, stress, grief, medical conditions and other life circumstances. All these can lead to depression and that is something which does not go away on its own. However, there are a few efficient ways through which patients can deal with depression.

These are as follows:

  1. Exercise: Taking a brisk walk for fifteen to twenty minutes every day can be very healthy, not only for your body,  but also for your mental health as well. Dancing, jogging, cycling and yoga are alternatives as well. Although, people who are depressed might not feel like doing any of those things, but one should try to do them anyway. Once a person gets into the exercising routine, they will start noticing the change in their mood. Deep breathing, yoga exercises and meditation can also help people feel better and less depressed.
  2. Anti-depressants: Three brain chemicals that are responsible for handling your mood are norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine. During depression, the brain circuits that make use of these chemicals stop working properly. In this case, antidepressants can be very useful. These tweak the chemicals that run through the brain and help improve your overall mood.
  3. PsychotherapyIt is a method through which therapists find out a person’s everyday stressors. This therapy is a powerful treatment for depression. Combining psychotherapy with medications can be even better and more effective. This also makes the symptoms easier to take. When a person talks about his feelings and problems with a stranger, it can help him or her release certain amount of stress.
  4. Social support: Talking to a friend or attending group therapies has proven to be beneficial. However, it is important that the person you talk to is someone who you will feel comfortable around. Therefore, it could be someone you know or someone who empathises with you. This is possible either with your close ones or group therapies where the people you talk with, have been going through the same problem you have.
  5. Meditation: Calmness and meditation can help you channelize your positive energy and thoughts over the negative ones. It can help a person see new perspective, develop forgiveness and compassion. Much like exercise, meditating briefly can help you gain immediate effects. It helps a person get over depression. This happens over time. One might not be successful in releasing their stress at once. It is a process that takes time.

The treatment that you get for your depression will depend on the kind of depression that you have. Some might get psychotherapy while others might get antidepressants or for some, exercise could be enough.

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Bipolar Disorder - Things You Should Know About It!

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Bipolar Disorder - Things You Should Know About It!

We all have mood swings but not all mood swings have the same intensity. People who have extreme mood swings ranging from depression to manic highs are said to be suffering from bipolar disorder. These extreme moods are known as episodes and usually, last for a few days or even a few weeks. A person suffering from bipolar disorder could have an episode several times a year. This is a very common psychological problem and can affect both children and adults. Though it cannot be cured, this disease can be managed with medication.

There are no known causes for bipolar disorder but genetics may play an important role in triggering Bipolar Disorder. Hence, if a parent or sibling suffers from this condition, you have a risk of developing it as well. An imbalance in the neurotransmitters in the brain may also play a part in the development of this condition. Stress or traumatic events like the loss of a loved one can also increase your risk of suffering from this condition. Given that mood swings affect almost each one of us, bipolar disorder can be difficult to diagnose. Some of the things to look out for are:

  1. Change in self-esteem
  2. Unusual talkativeness or quietness
  3. Being increasingly prone to distractions
  4. Decreased need for sleep
  5. Agitation
  6. Recklessness in terms of spending decisions, relationships etc

It must be kept in mind that a person must display at least 4 of the above symptoms simultaneously to be diagnosed as bipolar. Also, none of these symptoms should be a result or side effect of any kind of medication, drugs, alcohol or other intoxicants.

There are four main types of bipolar disorder:

  1. Bipolar I: In such cases, the person has at least one episode of elevated moods and associated abnormal behaviour in his or her life. This may be preceded or followed by depressive episodes.
  2. Bipolar II: In these cases, the person must have suffered from at least one depressive episode. It is very similar to bipolar I except that in bipolar II the highs never reach the manic stage.
  3. Rapid Cycling: Some people can have 4 or more manic and depressive episodes a year. In such cases, they are said to be rapid cycling. This condition affects 10-20% of bipolar cases.
  4. Mixed Bipolar: Usually, bipolar patients show mood swings that alternate between manic and depressive moods. However, sometimes a person may experience both elation and depression simultaneously or in rapid succession of each other. These cases are known as mixed bipolar.

Once diagnosed, bipolar disorder can be managed with a combination of medication and psychotherapy. In some cases, electroconvulsive therapy may also be needed.

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Is lonazep a drug? Cause I was depressed n I have taken it several time now I am addicted to it. It makes me feel high.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MRCPsych, MSc Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Is lonazep a drug? Cause I was depressed n I have taken it several time now I am addicted to it. It makes me feel high.
Lonazep belongs to a class of medications known as benzodiazepines. It can be used in short term relief of panic disorder but long term use causes dependence. Best to go on a treatment regime of phased reduction at the rate of 5% every 2 weeks whilst being monitored by the psychiatrist for withdrawal symptoms and management accordingly.
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