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Last 2 months I woke up from sleep multiple times with jerks and nerve strains from back of chest through neck to head. Dr give me anxiety pills but still I woke up twice atleast with lack of breathe and next morning when I wake up I feel tightness in chest and slowness in breathing, with uneasiness feeling. I also start getting ibowel syndrome. When I take napra-s I feel better in the day. I don' t feel myself to be in anxiety or stress, but I feel my blood circulation I snot normal. I also have sleep disc in l5s4 l4s1. Nowadays I woke I felt like I am about to die. Please help me what shall I do?
I am 45 years old. After returning from high hilly area ie. Siachin glacier at the height of 15000' where negligible oxygen availability (in the year 2007), feeling light pain in knee joint. Also got hurt in right knee with rock and some times feeling more in right knee. Specially after seating for quite long at one place but not always or while walking in the beginning. After walking some times it goes off.
Adopt a step position and posture as in the sport of fencing, with one leg stepping out in front .this way you can easily shift forward and back in various directions. As you step forward, you can reach forward with your vacuuming hand. Keep your pelvic 'bowl' level. Put your other hand on your hip or thigh to take weight off the low back and help you stay up. Attempt to change vacuuming hands every once in a while.
KNEELING AND HALF-KNEELING
These methods lower your center of gravity and automatically take some of the bends out of activity. Try the as alternative positions for a few minutes. They are really comfortable.
DUSTING AND POLISHING
Attempt kneeling or half kneeling when working on low surfaces. Prop your inactive arm on yourself or on the furniture to take more weight through your arms and less through your spine.
DOING THE LAUNDRY
Avoid overloading the basket. Avoid slumped or overarched alignment when lifting, loading, and carrying. Load with one hand while taking weight through the other. Use exaggerated good alignment when lifting and carrying.
DOING THE DISHES,
These tasks are similar to each other in that they involve sustained standing in a slightly forward- bend position. Place one foot up on a box or chair or inside the cabinet under the sink to help level your pelvic bowl ; and/or tense the muscles of your buttocks and lower abdomen to maintain your pelvis stable, level, and firmly up against the counter. For one-handed tasks, prop through your 'resting' arm to take weight off the spine
MAKING THE BED
AVOID SLUMPING OR ARCHING OUT OVER THE BED.
Lean up against the bed and bear weight through one arm when reaching
TRY SMOOTHING OUT THE SHEET AND TUCKING:
The corners while kneeling on a pillow. This makes the job much easier.