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Dr. Manu Tiwari  - Psychiatrist, Delhi

Dr. Manu Tiwari

MBBS, Diploma in Psychological Medicine

Psychiatrist, Delhi

17 Years Experience  ·  1000 - 1200 at clinic
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Dr. Manu Tiwari MBBS, Diploma in Psychological Medicine Psychiatrist, Delhi
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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 has top trusted Psychiatrists from across India. You will find Psychiatrists with more than 43 years of experience on You can find Psychiatrists online in Delhi and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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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Hello sir my name is sanket mehta I am 47 year old man I have addict for tobacco problem last one year what should I do please tell me doctor.

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Dear lybrate-user, you are addict to tobacco just for one year and if you just wish, you can quit the habit. Please leave using tobacco now itself and sustain it with the help of mindpower. Mindpower therapy and motivation therapy can help you. Take care.
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I have been drinking alcohol for almost 14 years I want to quit what must I do. My hands are shaking I can even give my initials please do suggest me how to quit drinking.

Homeopath, Hooghly
You have to make urself understood why your taking and what are the demerits of it, withdraw gradually your habit, from amount and the day will be decreased day by day.
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My problem is my talk. I do not perfectly tell the sentences and my tongue was struggled. please help me.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Write down small sentences and read it aloud when alone at home. Keep doing this at least for a month. Also read a few paragraphs from books, magazines and news paper, aloud while alone. It will give you some practice to talk consistently and your language skills will also improve. Try reciting sanskrit shlokas which will train your tongue. You may also consult a speech therapist.
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Depression - Causes, Symptoms and Homeopathy Treatment

Homeopath, Chennai
Depression - Causes, Symptoms and Homeopathy Treatment

Depression can be referred to as a psychiatric dysfunction which is generally associated with a recurrent feeling of sadness, loneliness, disinterest in daily affairs and low self-confidence. Due to the stresses of the modern lifestyle and constant anxiety the occurrence of depression is on the rise and it is affecting more people around the world.

Love disappointment, Loss in business, disharmony in the family, performance pressure, death of a loved one, some unfortunate events in life, Domination, Abuse sexual and physical are one of the main reasons of depression. Homeopathy lauds the benefit that it does not induce drug dependency and no side effects.


Depression can spring up because of hereditary factors, excessive substance abuse, hormonal imbalances, sudden shock or trauma and also anxiety. Depression tends to be chronic and can come back in timely intervals to hamper your life.


The symptoms of depression include loss of appetite, a recurrent feeling of exhaustion, tendencies of isolating oneself continuously, significant trouble while sleeping, abrupt mood swings, lack of concentration in daily affairs and recurrent feeling of melancholy.

Homeopathic Treatment for Depression

Homeopathy is one of the most popular holistic systems of medicine. The selection of remedy is based upon the theory of individualization and symptoms similarity by using holistic approach. This is the only way through which a state of complete health can be regained by removing all the sign and symptoms from which the patient is suffering. The aim of homeopathy is not only to treat depression but to address its underlying cause and individual susceptibility. As far as therapeutic medication is concerned, several medicines are available for depression treatment that can be selected on the basis of cause, condition, sensation and modalities of the complaints. For individualized remedy selection and treatment, the patient should consult a qualified homeopathic doctor in person. Some important remedies are given below for depression treatment:

  1. Sepia – This medication is useful for people who face recurrent episodes of sudden mood swings and feelings of isolation. If someone gets depressed with the slightest of the matters, Sepia can also be helpful.
  2. Aurum Metallicum – If someone undergoes the symptoms of recurrent suicidal tendencies, hopelessness and a lowered self-confidence, this preparation can be recommended.
  3. Cimicifuga – Cimicifuga can be really useful if you undergo the symptoms of severe headache and neck pains during depression along with intense episodes of desolation.
  4. Causticum – If someone suffers from the symptoms of memory loss, frequent weeping and the depression had occurred due to the loss of someone close, Causticum can be recommended.
  5. Phosphoric acid – If you suffer from the symptoms of appetite loss and social awkwardness, a prescribed dosage of phosphoric acid might help in the elimination of the symptoms.
  6. Kalium Phosphoricum – This is a very important medication as it is very effective at treating depression that occurs due to stress. People who are overworked or students who have over-studied and may have developed depression from of stress are greatly benefitted by this medication.

These are just a few of the commonly used Homeopathic remedies and are mentioned only to create awareness about the effectiveness of Homeopathic medicines for Depression. It is not advisable to resort to self-medication for any disease.

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Mental Health - Know How Excessive Use of Social Networking Affects it!

PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Mental Health - Know How Excessive Use of Social Networking Affects it!

Social networking refers to a multitude of websites that let the people from across the globe to get in touch with each other and interact through photos, videos discussions or audio. To name a few, Facebook tops the list by having over 1.2 billion active users monthly from across the world, followed by Twitter, Snapchat and LinkedIn.

As per the latest statistics, around 42% of people online at one time, is using social networking sites either on their laptops or mobiles. Majority of this population is below 30 years of age, whereas the figure is changing for internet users aged 65 years and above. People use these sites to stay in touch with family and friends, to share things, express their views on matters and to find out what's happening in the other corner of the world.

But this usage can have many negative effects on the mental health and well-being of users both children and adults.

  1. It is addictive: It has been analyzed that these social networking sites are often addictive with people using them daily or even several times during a day. They log in to these sites for many reasons like to overcome boredom, distraction, to check their likes and comments which are usually a positive support after posting a status or information.
  2. It makes us do unfair comparisons: Various posts on social media at times make people compare their lives with others. And it is said, the grass is always greener on the other side, it makes you feel low thinking how idealized are the lives of people connected to you.
  3. Social media makes us restless: Many people start feeling restless when they are unable to access their social media accounts.
  4. Cyberbullying: Social media increases cyberbullying specifically in adolescents.
  5. Increased use of alcohol: Social media glamorizes the use of drugs and alcohol since the teenagers often view the pictures of people using it and out of peer pressure would like to try them.
  6. Social media increases unhappiness: Enthusiastic users feel that social media fluctuates their moods also leaving them dissatisfied in their lives.
  7. FOMO: It might also lead to FOMO, fear of missing out. Pinterest might give you a feeling that you are not creative or talented, Twitter and Facebook might make you feel that you are not smart and are not enjoying your life enough.

Excess of social networking might also lead to problems like stress and anxiety, feeling of imperfection, may induce a feeling of being miserable or in some cases might even cripple the basic need for social interaction. It has been known to create a digital landscape, exerts an unnecessary and increased pressure on the generation today and the general population has to a larger extent. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.

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I am 4 pregnant but suffering from too much stress. Please show me some exercise which can release the stress.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I am 4 pregnant but suffering from too much stress. Please  show me some exercise which can release the stress.
Hi, Congratulations. In some ways pregnancy is really a mixed blessing. The excitement and expectation of having a new baby is combined with radical and sometimes difficult changes to a woman’s body, financial concerns, emotional ups and downs, reorganizing rooms for baby, and much more. Reducing stress during pregnancy can help you enjoy this special time. I hope these tips can help! Meditation - Pregnant or not, meditation is a great way to restore calm and is most effective when practised for at least half an hour, and the more often a week, then the better. Obviously, ensuring you get half an hour of undisturbed time can be quite a challenge, particularly if you have other children to care for, but perhaps you can take the chance when they go down for an afternoon nap, when they're settled into bed at night or when your partner takes over for a while. Find somewhere peaceful and quiet, maybe playing soothing music softly if it relaxes you, and then settle into a comfortable position. Start by focusing on your breathing, breathing deeply and slowly and make a conscious effort to release tensions and worries with each exhalation. Once you are settled then you can use any number of meditation techniques: perhaps imagining yourself in a beautiful, relaxing place, slowly developing a mental picture of your perfect restful location, or focusing on your baby, sending it extra oxygen with each breath and thinking positively about meeting your baby and your future life together. You might learn meditation techniques at a pregnancy yoga class, or there are many books with suggestions for meditation themes to try. Pregnancy yoga not only tones and stretches your body, but teaches you breathing, relaxation and meditation techniques. These techniques are good for helping you to control your anxieties. Try to build exercise into your daily life. At work, get up and walk around as often as you can, especially if you are desk-bound. Pop out at lunchtime for some fresh air, even if it's only for 10 minutes. Eat well Eating well is good for your mind as well as your body. A healthy diet of omega-3 essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, can lift your mood. The omega-3 fatty acids found in oily fish and seafood may help to reduce depression. Try to have two portions of oily fish, such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines, pilchards and trout, a week. It's thought that the essential amino acid tryptophan can boost your mood. Tryptophan helps to raise levels of the brain chemicals melatonin and serotonin. Melatonin and serotonin help you to sleep well and boost your feelings of well-being. Your body can't make tryptophan, so the only way to get it is from what you eat. Tryptophan is found in nuts and seeds, which are easy to snack on, as well as fresh turkey and chicken, fish, eggs, yoghurt and cheese. Keep an eye on how much water you're drinking, as dehydration may affect your mood. Dehydration can also make you more prone to headaches. Aim for six to eight glasses (about 1.5 litres) of fluid a day. Spa therapy - Going for spa treatments works on several levels to relax and de-stress you. First and foremost the treatments are specifically designed to ease both body and mind using water, massage, aromatherapy, music and a restful atmosphere. Secondly the very fact that you're taking time out to focus purely on yourself should perk you up. You'll need to make sure that whatever treatment you opt for is safe for pregnant women: saunas, hot tubs and steam rooms are out, along with the use of some aromatherapy oils and certain kinds of massage in early pregnancy. But even when you can't have a full massage in the early months of pregnancy, you can still reap the benefits of head, shoulder, arm, hand, leg and foot massage. And then there's still facials, manicures, and pedicures to give you a well-deserved boost. All the best.
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I have not at all self-confidence, I feel very fear to keep my view to in front of my boss. I am very nervous. please help me.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Faridabad
I have not at all self-confidence, I feel very fear to keep my view to in front of my boss. I am very nervous. please...
Dear lybrate-user, since when are you facing this problem? It might be a part of anxiety disorder. Good medicine are available for making person comfortable during such situation. Psychological therapy also effective in your condition. Choice of treatment is determined by patient severity of symptoms. You can start physical and breathing exercise for improvement. I am sure you will get satisfactory response on medication and psychological therapy. All d best.
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My mom is suffering fron depression and constantly fights with my dad. She is a passive smoker and one of the doctors on Lybrate said she might be suffering from schizophrenia .my dad has taken alcohol from relief from all the stress. Please give me a solution as I'm kind of broke.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
My mom is suffering fron depression and constantly fights with my dad. She is a passive smoker and one of the doctors...
You should take mom to see a doctor and determine whether she has depression or schizophrenia and then get the right treatment for the condition. Dad is not doing anyone any favors by drinking as a solution and must seem in control of the situation. If mom is a passive smoker, are you suggesting that dad smokes too? The passive smoking is not the problem in this situation for mom. There are more serious concerns and you people must seek professional help and soon too. If mom has schizophrenia, then this involves long term treatment and a lot of adjustment from the others. Anyone else becoming dysfunctional or is using inappropriate behaviors to cope with the situation are all adding to the woes.
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Hello I am 18 years old. I am doing bca but my dream was to do btech. I have no aim in my life. What I have to do?

Psychiatrist, Amritsar
Most of b-tech students do mba afterwards. You are fortunate to do bba. Do mba after this God planning is always better than human planning.
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