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Dr. Arvin Kamra  - Psychiatrist, Delhi

Dr. Arvin Kamra

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry

Psychiatrist, Delhi

23 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Arvin Kamra is a popular Psychiatrist in Preet Vihar, Delhi. He has over 23 years of experience as a Psychiatrist. He is a MBBS, MD - Psychiatry . He is currently practising at Brain & Behavior Clinic in Preet Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Arvin Kamra on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Dr. Sampurnanand Medical College, Jodhpur - 1995
MD - Psychiatry - Sawai Mansingh Medical College, Jaipur (SMS College) - 1999
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English
Hindi
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Indian Psychiatric Society
Delhi psychiatric society
Rajasthan Psychiatric Society
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Indian Association of social psychiatry

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212 Aditya Arcade, 30 Community Center, Above Dominos & Bikanerwala, Preet Vihar,Delhi Get Directions
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My mother has paresthesia in their brain and her body. I would go to doctor but doctor told me it is problem of mental stress. So, he suggested my mother to don't take a tensn and do exercise continue. But I think that is neurological problem so please tell me what should I do?

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Homeopath, Delhi
My mother has paresthesia in their brain and her body. I would go to doctor but doctor told me it is problem of menta...
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How can I get off from my body pain and what can make me easy to have my abs a proper diet diet plan.

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How can I get off from my body pain and what can make me easy to have my abs a proper diet diet plan.
Foods To Eat Nuts: Almond, cashew nuts, walnuts, Brazilian nuts, ground nuts, etc. Green leafy vegetables: Spinach, cauliflower, asparagus. Pulses and legumes Natural almond butter. Mushroom Olive and olive oil Flax seed and oil Peanut butter (natural) Oatmeal Whole grains Fruits Vegetables Berries Protein powder Protein shake Rice (especially brown rice.) Cereals Cornflakes Foods To Avoid White rice Pine oil Melons of all types Peas Sunflower seed Citrus fruits Pumpkin seed Sweet potato Coffee and milk with sugar
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Sir I have severe neck and shoulders pain (left) pain till 1 month. I consult orthopaedic doctor he suggested me the medicine Aceclofenac, calcium tablets. I have take it but there was no improvement till now. What can I do please suggest me.

MBBS, Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE), Diploma in Clinical Cosmetology
General Physician, Noida
Sir I have severe neck and shoulders pain (left) pain till 1 month. I consult orthopaedic doctor he suggested me the ...
Hello, Kindly follow advises given below 1.Avoid using computers continuously, take rest for 5 min after working for half an hour 2. In pain free interval do neck exercise (kindly learn exercise by registered Trainer) 3. you can use thin pillow while sleeping so that normal posture of neck can be maintained 4.Maintain proper posture of body while watching TV/ studying Kindly go for cervical X ray AP and lateral and review with reports Consult Physician for Further Management
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I wish to know Is mental problems related to heridity or in anyway connected to parents ?My nephew showed symptoms at 15years and later became a patient.in our family noone ever had any mental problems .still we have one case ..pls advise

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
Hi Shakeela Yes mental Illnesses are known to run in families. An individual inherits a susceptibility to a mental illness but doesn't necessarily develop the illness ie the person may or may not develop the illness. Mental Illnesses are caused by a combination of biological factors ( ex. inherited genes from parents... ), environment & psychological factors. Exact cause is not known yet. ALL THE BEST
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Hi, I had sex two years back with my colleague, now I feel guilt and depressed and not knowing what to do can anybody please help me out.

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Hi, I had sex two years back with my colleague, now I feel guilt and depressed and not knowing what to do can anybody...
You can not change past but improve your mental weakness and do some yoga and pranayam to increese your strenght.
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Avoid Loneliness

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Psychiatrist, Khamgaon
Avoid Loneliness

Go with friends for a walk, evening or morning, will help solve your many problems, depression, obesity, etc

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Hi, Doctor, i tend to think too much on very small problems also. I get depressed to frequently. It's fact that I'm facing challenge in every aspect of life, getting backs in MCA, rejection in interviews due to various silly reasons, not getting results as efforts I make every where, I feel like looser, feel like I'm too humble and polite and not made for this society. I have some very good friends who support me, but when we can't communicate few days I feel alone and have nobody whom to talk. Last month I despite giving my 100% not able to achieve my target in my business due to some other reasons. I just broked , and not able to sleep 3 days.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
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I think that you are working too hard instead of working smart. If you concentrate on the small details, then you may miss the larger picture. Sit down and work out a strategy to concentrate on the right and useful material to be able to succeed. Failure is only failure, if you do not learn from it. When you learn, it is experience. And success is the contribution of all the failure that is now nothing but experience. I think it was Bill Cosby who said, that he does not know how to succeed but he surely knows how to fail: by trying to please everybody! You need to perform to your satisfaction because you know what you have prepared for. A people-pleaser will bend backwards and get rejected eventually by everyone. Yes, to some extent it is a ?dog-eat-dog world, but to combat that, you have got to be street-smart. Perseverance is the key that has made ordinary people become great. You are still young, and the whole world is out there to conquer. In your generation you have so many options and opportunities that we feel jaded and worn out just looking at them! So, start all over again but this time around plan well, focus on the larger picture and the process. You will get there, eventually. Talk to a counselor, if you need any help and support to pursue this path. The perception of failure is the biggest problem. It can actualize failure and make you dejected. Change your thoughts and you will change who you are.
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Don't loose your heart to Stress,,, Wellness series in Metro PLus

MBBS, DTCD, MD, FISDA, Fellow Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleepmedicine
Pulmonologist, Delhi
A certain intensity of stress is must for productivity but when it goes on for months it affects your health. It may seem that there’s nothing you can do about stress. There is always stress to change or challenge. But you learn to manage by practising healthy ways. In fact, the simple realisation that you’re in control of your life is the foundation of stress management. Managing stress is all about taking charge of your thoughts, emotions, schedule, and the way you deal your situations.

The first step in managing stress is recognising it in your life. Everyone feels stress in a different way. You may get angry or irritable, lose sleep, or have headaches or stomach. You should learn your own body and identify your symptoms and identify the situations that cause you stress. These are called stressors. Your stressors could be family, work, relationships, money or health problems. Once you understand where your stress is coming from, you can come up with ways to deal with your stressors.

You feel stressed, you may fall back on unhealthy behaviours to help you relax. These may include eating too much, smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol or using drugs, sleeping too much or not sleeping enough. These behaviours may help you feel better at first, but they may hurt you more than they help.

Avoid stressful situations. When you can, remove yourself from the source of stress. Change your outlook. Try to develop a more positive attitude towards challenges. Replace negative thoughts with positive ones. For example, rather than thinking, “Why does everything always go wrong?” change this thought to, “I can find a way to get through this.” Keep stress from making you sick by learning healthy ways .The first step in managing stress is recognising it in your life. Everyone feels stress in a different way. What are your signs of stress? Once you know the signals, recognize the things you can’t change. For example, you have a spastic child which can’t change. But you should have courage to handle the situation in much more positive way that’s is the wisdom of life. Nurture positivity. Positive people are assertive, confidant, happy and humane and they have right emotional wellness. The negative people have low self esteem, are fearful, unhappy and have poor emotional wellness. These are the people who suffer from stress the most. They are fearful, stressful and judgemental. Stress gives anxiety. Anxiety gives restlessness, depression and poor coping mechanism.

A good stress control is must for optimum wellness. First and foremost one should practice talking to oneself on daily basis for at least 10 minutes. This will help to keep a balance between expressive and repressive emotions. Do a daily auto laboratory check, identify strength, overcome weakness by playing strength over weakness. A daily auto mind body check will control anger, frustration, guilt and fear.

Once you are done with your analysis, practise zero feeling though 360 degree wellness practice. This involves physical, mental, emotional, environmental, social and spiritual wellness practices. Stress management needs a daily programme and it should be a habit. Daily systematic practice helps you start your day from zero.

Start a stress diary. A stress diary can help you identify the regular stressors in your life and the way you deal with them. Each time you feel stressed, keep track of it in your journal. As you keep a daily log, you will begin to see patterns and common themes.

Write down:

What caused your stress (make a guess if you’re unsure). How you felt, both physically and emotionally. How you acted in response. What you did to make yourself feel better.

Dealing with Stressful Situations: The Four A’s

A. Change the situation: Avoid the stressor or alter the stressor

B. Change your reaction: Adapt to the stressor or accept the stressor

Practice following steps to overcome stress

Talk to yourself and say I will, I must and I can do
Think of your strengths and weaknesses and now toss your mind
Set your priorities
Delegate responsibilities
Do a proper time management
See the bigger picture, see failure as an event not as failure. Learn from mistakes
Love and pamper yourself
Focus on fitness, do regular brisk activity. Walking, swimming, tread mill, gardening, sweat adequately. Sweat releases feel good hormone called endorphins. Endorphins improve wellness.
Rest and relax. Breathing techniques help relaxation. Annapani sati, Buddhist meditation, do bramhari or do Om chanting . These practices create resonance in your higher mind and helps release of feel good hormones
Breathing exercises mainly abdominal breathing, Kapalbhati increases your parasympathetic activity and counters your sympathetic activity. Do breathing in exercises like Anulom Vilom and do sequential eye, cervical, spinal and finger a toe exercises. Rest in sharvangasana
Eat right. Eat a diet rich in complex carbohydrates with low glycemic index, high protein, plenty of fruits and vegetables. Drink ten glasses of water. Have a sumptuous break fast, take small frequent meals.
Do an auto cognitive behaviour analysis and remove negative thoughts.
Practise visual imagery, feel good by running through your nostalgic photo album
Talk to people, develop dialogue and seek help.
Play games, games relax and make you positive
Develop a hobby
Listen to music
Follow good sleep hygiene, stick to one time to bed, take bath before sleep
Laughing helps
If your can’t manage stress on your own, consider seeing a therapist or counsellor.

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Hello Sir/Mam, I am Saksham, I have been dry coughing for last 3 months, but now I feel some constriction in throat which does not go for more than a week now. I smoke 5-6 cigarettes daily for past 6 months. I have tried multiple doctors moat guve medications which do not work. Please suggest a way out. Regards.

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Homeopath, Delhi
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I am Saksham, I have been dry coughing for last 3 months, but now I feel some constriction in throat w...
You mention here about your reports. Have you done all test for cough? if all reports are normal then need leave cigarette smoking now. Take one table spoon of ginger juice and mix a spoon honey and eat in morning empty stomach regularly.
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Hello sir, I am 38 years old lady. I am divorced. I had very bad experience with life. Too many people break my trust and left me. Now I can't trust anybody. Muje ab har relationship me negative thoughts hi aate he or yahi lagta he Ki ye insan bhi muje cheat lar k chhod dega. Is soch Ki vajase mera behaviour mere nature se ekdam alag Ho jata he. I feel insecurity from my love once. Kya muje mere bad experience mere boy friend k sath share karne chahiye? Agar Vo nahi samja to? We are in long distance relationship. I don't want to lose him. But I feel because of my behaviour on day he will leave me. What should I do. Please help me.

PG Dip(psycosexual diseases), MBBS
Sexologist, Delhi
Hello sir, I am 38 years old lady. I am divorced. I had very bad experience with life. Too many people break my trust...
First dont feel sad or feel that life has given u bad expierence,it happens with everybody sometime in their life.First u should know ur farliving boy friend is really sincere with u and ur emotion or he is here for sex only,if he is for sex and short term ..relationship than dont tell any thing , if he is sincere with u and ur emotion than start telling him slowly after testing the water.But if u both decide for long term relationship then tell him when he come here at ur place straitaway looking in his eye than u will not get DHOKHA
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