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Dr. Manu Tiwari  - Psychiatrist, Delhi

Dr. Manu Tiwari

MBBS, Diploma in Psychological Medicine

Psychiatrist, Delhi

18 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic
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Dr. Manu Tiwari completed his MBBS training from Maharashtra and finished his post-graduation in Psychiatry as a top ranker from University of Mumbai. He has conducted international clini......more
Dr. Manu Tiwari completed his MBBS training from Maharashtra and finished his post-graduation in Psychiatry as a top ranker from University of Mumbai. He has conducted international clinical trials in Adolescent Schizophrenia and Depression. Dr. Tiwari has also received international certification for MINI, HAM-D and MADRS rating scales. Dr. Tiwari has presented scientific papers in various national conferences and is regularly invited by leading newspapers and media channels for expert suggestions on various maladies of life and society.
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Dr. Manu Tiwari is a renowned Psychiatrist in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. He has been a practicing Psychiatrist for 16 years. He has completed MBBS, Diploma in Psychological Medicine. He is currently associated with Indian Spinal Injuries Center in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Manu Tiwari on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Govt. Medical College - 2001
Diploma in Psychological Medicine - T.N Medical College - 2007
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Medical Council of India (MCI)

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I m27 yrs old I had a gf we decided to get married due to some reason she broke up with me now I m into whole lot of depression.

I m27 yrs old I had a gf we decided to get married due to some reason she broke up with me now I m into whole lot of ...
Break up can be a traumatic experience, it can effect one's life in multiple ways. The depression which it causes won't go on its own and should be treated.
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Depression Blues - What You Can Do To Overcome Them?

Depression Blues - What You Can Do To Overcome Them?

Discussions and consideration of ailments begin and end with those which pertain to the physical health of an individual. Matters of the body are inevitably prioritized over the matters of the mind. However it goes without saying that your overall well being is as much dependent on your mental health as it is on physical health. 

However there are few simple measures which can be undertaken to beat the depression blues. They are-

1. Exercises
What works for the body may also work for the mind and exercise is a leading example of that. It is recommended that every day you set aside at least some time for exercising. It will not only benefit your physical constitution but will also keep your thoughts away from the issues which are tormenting you in the first place.

2. Converse
It is a given that depression alienates people, drowns them in solitude. However, seclusion is merely a temporary refuge, one that can hardly benefit you in the long run. Hard as it may be, try talking to people and engage in conversations with people. In the course of the conversation, try putting into words what exactly you are suffering from. Reaching out for an extended arm goes a long way in recuperating from this condition.

3. Meditation
When you suffer from depression, you inevitably are, in the process, trying to grapple with plenty of tumultuous issues. It is imperative therefore that you find a way to calm your mind and there is no other way to do it than indulge in meditation.

4. Find a confidante
When suffering from depression, it is crucial that you find yourself a confidante. It is important to talk to others but it is perhaps more important to find the right person. Irrespective of your relationship with him or her, by all means find a confidante in whom you can unflinchingly confide.

5. Break monotony
Monotony not only triggers depression but in most cases, breeds it. It is important therefore than you break the monotony. If not a drastic change, go for small changes initially and try to change your daily routine as much as possible.

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

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I am a regular smoker and daily eight cigarate I smoke. Now I wish to stop smokeing. Suggest you good way.

Its time for you to take a call. Reduce the number of cigarettes per day gradually and number of puffs also.

I'm suffering from depression and I'm very critical conditions at a age of 23. please help me.

I'm suffering from depression and I'm very critical conditions at a age of 23. please help me.
Hello, I am sorry to hear that you are going through depression. I understand and empathize with your condition. Since when have you been prescribed anti-depressants. Are you able to take help online? if so then depression can be treated with psychotherapy; especially cognitive behavioral therapy. Experienced professionals may be where you are, or here may also help you with alternatives other than taking anti-depressants. I hope you will be able to receive professional assistance either online or where you reside. Regards stuti.
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Phobia of Heights - How To Control It?

Phobia of Heights - How To Control It?

Fear of heights is known as acrophobia and affects one in every 20 individuals. Here are a few ways with which you can overcome that fear:

One step at a time

  1. There is a system utilized by a few analysts called 'flooding'. This concept believes that if you try to face your fear head on, in a single blow, then your fear system will be overpowered to the point that when you try to calm yourself down, the fear will be no more.
  2. Techniques that used throwing the person into the water to make them overcome their fear of the same, are of no use. They only traumatize the person further.
  3. One should slowly and carefully work on going to one level of a building and gradually go further on top as they climb a certain level of height.

Lower the fear as you get higher

  1. Terror, fear, and nervousness feel like they simply 'transpire'. We do not portray it, say it, or freeze it as something we 'do', yet as something that "attacks" us. Likewise, there are things you can do regardless of whether you are up high (or going to be) or down low and can take control.
  2. Take deep breaths until you calm down. When people are terrified, they either forget to breathe (for brief timeframes, clearly) or simply breathe in rapidly and forget to breathe out. To improve this, stop and relax for five seconds, then take a very deep breath in and breathe out gradually.
  3. Scale your fear in numbers. Since your mind has a tendency to be overwhelmed by the brain when you are scared, you can really lessen the fear by calming down your brain and its thinking process. Try to number the fear, imagine that something worse could have happened and that you are still in a safer situation.

Forgetting the past

  1. All things considered, do not really overlook the past. However, figure out how to feel better about old memories situated with height. In case you find that you can feel fear just by thinking about past circumstances, keep thinking about them until you start feeling a little comfortable about them.

Prepare your psyche

  1. It will start to feel quiet and calm before you go up somewhere high. So, sit or rest somewhere.
  2. Close your eyes and calm yourself down.
  3. Begin to concentrate on your breathing, with specific thoughts while you breathe out.
  4. Start to imagine other situations where you might be sitting in your room or watching the TV.

Get some perspective

  1. One approach to get a perspective on this is to consistently recall the huge number of people who used to be afraid of heights, but are not anymore scared.
  2. Furthermore, for a more prominent perspective, envision seeing the Earth from a couple of thousand miles away and seeing that even the most beautiful spots look totally flat from that viewpoint. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a psychologist.
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My dad is 50 years old. He is now jobless. So he is thinking that all are scolding him because he has no job.What can i do?

My dad is 50 years old. He is now jobless. So he is thinking that all are scolding him because he has no job.What can...
Dear, there are many jobless people. Your father's self esteem is very high, but because he has no job, his self respect and confidence is beaten down. He will naturally show the depressive signs. Nothing to worry. You must be able to distinguish between mental disease and mental disorder. Your problem is a mental disorder. Not a mental disease. These mental disorders are usually treated with a combination of medicines and other means like awareness, meditation, psychotherapy techniques, life style changes etc. I think two or three counseling sessions and psycho therapy techniques should solve your fathers problem. Let me know if your father is willing to undergo counseling sessions and tailor made psycho therapy through mobile. Take care.
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Ways To Deal With It!

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Ways To Deal With It!

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a disorder that causes anxiety. It is also called anxiety disorder. The main characteristics of this disorder are uncontrollable, unpleasant thoughts, which are continuing. OCD causes the mind to get stuck on a specific thought or inclination. For instance, you may repeat a task forty times to ensure that it has been done properly. You will not be able to get it out of your mind. OCD is characterized by obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior patterns.

Some obsessive thoughts include:

  1. The fear of being defiled by germs or soil and also of contaminating others.
  2. The fear of losing control and hurting yourself or others.
  3. Having sexual or brutal thoughts on the mind.
  4. Extreme focus and devotion to religion and religious activities.
  5. A sense of fear of losing or not having things you need.
  6. Having the assumption that everything would go fine.
  7. The person will become very superstitious.

Some compulsive behavior patterns include:

  1. Inordinate double checking on things like locks, apparatuses and switches.
  2. Over and over monitoring of friends and family to ensure they're safe.
  3. Counting in the head, mumbling nonsense words without meaning.
  4. Devoting a lot of time for washing and cleaning.
  5. Praying without reason and taking part in religious ceremonies.
  6. Accumulating junk material.

Here are some common ways to deal with OCD:

  1. Regular exercise: Exercise is the best natural remedy to prevent anxiety, which leads to OCD. Exercise checks your OCD  symptoms. It makes your nerves stronger, and hence you can focus your mind out of obsessive thoughts by yourself, when they arrive. Get at least thirty minutes of exercise regularly.
  2. Connect with friends and family: Social isolation is one of the common early symptoms of OCD. Social isolation can lead to OCD as well. Therefore, you must always stay connected to your friends and family so that you never get lonely and anti-social. Share everything with family.
  3. Sleep sufficiently: Lack of sleep or troubled sleep may lead to anxiety disorders. You need to sleep enough to be away from obsessive thoughts.
  4. Perform relaxation techniques: Simple practices like yoga, meditation, pranayama  help you grow spiritually, relax your mind and keeps OCD away from you.
  5. Tackle your fears: Instead of avoiding fearful thoughts, let them flow and tackle them face to face. This will help you overcome the fear. Adopt measures so that you can focus on other things and ignore the obsessive thoughts. Distract yourself away from the obsession.

OCD is a harmful disorder, and you should take all measures possible to keep away from it.

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