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Dr. Meeta Sharma - Psychologist, Delhi

Dr. Meeta Sharma

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M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology

Psychologist, Delhi

8 Years Experience  ·  2500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Meeta Sharma 93% (82 ratings) M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Co... Psychologist, Delhi
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Hi, my name is Dr Meeta Sharma and I am a Psychologist, hypnotherapist and a holistic healing. Today I am going to speak to you about Energy Psychology and Energy Medicines. I have expertise in these two areas.

Energy Psychology and Energy Medicines are basically two believes that are western and eastern combined. Combining western practices of medicines and eastern philosophy and practice.

It is relatable by understanding the power of sub conscious mind and the unconscious mind. Combining those belives with the Indian tradition believes of CHakras, Energy centres and the Aura.

What I practice with the session or what I do with the patient is that I work from the inside out. I help the patient understand that the mind, the body, the soul spirit and the heart, all need healing. IN my sessions, I combine the inner work with the outer work.

If you would like to book a session like this, you are welcome to visit my clinic through Lybrate.

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Dr. Meeta Sharma is a popular Psychologist in Defence Colony, Delhi. She has been a successful Psychologist for the last 11 years. She has completed M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology. She is currently practising at Infinitum in Defence Colony, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Meeta Sharma on Lybrate.com.

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Education
M.Sc- psychology - University of Stirling - 2016
Masters in Clinical Psychology - Ignou - 2013
M.Sc Counselling Psychology - Ignou - 2009
Past Experience
Counsellor at 2014 - 2015 Fortis Escorts
Counsellor at 2011 - 2014 The Clinic, South City Polyclinic
Psychologist at 2006 - 2017 Infinitum
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M.Sc Psychology
Professional Memberships
Indian Board of Alternative Medicine
British Psychological Society BPS
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I am feeling depressed and alone all time. I am noy finding any pleasure in any work nor in studies. And also when I attend my college I too get frustrated, I done want to talk with any one there. I just want to relax myself now, now here is lot of burden of studies, and I seriously done want to cover that right now. I just want some break. please help out.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am feeling depressed and alone all time. I am noy finding any pleasure in any work nor in studies. And also when I ...
Dear lybrate-user, Take a nice big deep breath, clear your mind. You have a lot of thoughts going on in your mind right now. There are a lot of things you are feeling, write them down one by one, you're feeling depressed, alone, unhappy, frustrated etc. All this is leading to lack of concentration. I would suggest that you try to seek help from a counsellor and practise some deep breathing. A good run should also clear your head. Talking with someone who is unbiased will help to find answers that are simple and can help your current situation. Let me know if I can help in any way. Good luck.
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My husband now caught over whattsap having an extramarital affair. He says its only from last 4 months since he felt I am avoiding him, but he was really happy with me and I found the chats only last week since the phone is always locked by fingerprint, accidentally I found and only few chats which want deleted were seen. Our marriage was on may 2016. He was continuing chat with her ex who was also married even after our marriage. Since I found those beyond limits I stopped it. But now another. What I have to do now.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
My husband now caught over whattsap having an extramarital affair. He says its only from last 4 months since he felt ...
Dear lybrate-user, I hope you are doing ok. I am sorry that your husband is having an affair, I can only imagine how you must be feeling. But pls remember that it's not your fault so don't blame yourself. People are unfaithful because of various reasons. The decision to go outside ones marriage is purely our own, we have to take responsibility for that. Having said that, how is he behaving now? Has he admitted to the affair? I would suggest that you have an honest conversation with him, about what this woman means to him, is she is the only woman he has been involved with post marriage etc? I would also suggest couples counselling, this will help you and him reach a decision about the marriage and help you resolve a lot of the things that may not be working in the marriage if you decide to stay together. For now, pls compose yourself, stay calm, deep breathe and think with a clear head. Instead of getting angry and focusing on the problem, focus on the solution. Hope things work out for you. All the best!
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Energy Psychology and Energy Medicine

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
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Hi, my name is Dr Meeta Sharma and I am a Psychologist, hypnotherapist and a holistic healing. Today I am going to speak to you about Energy Psychology and Energy Medicines. I have expertise in these two areas.

Energy Psychology and Energy Medicines are basically two believes that are western and eastern combined. Combining western practices of medicines and eastern philosophy and practice.

It is relatable by understanding the power of sub conscious mind and the unconscious mind. Combining those belives with the Indian tradition believes of CHakras, Energy centres and the Aura.

What I practice with the session or what I do with the patient is that I work from the inside out. I help the patient understand that the mind, the body, the soul spirit and the heart, all need healing. IN my sessions, I combine the inner work with the outer work.

If you would like to book a session like this, you are welcome to visit my clinic through Lybrate.

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My husband is 30. He gets angry very easily and it's hard for him to control his temper. He shouts at the peak of his voice. Sometimes he holds me shakes my hands or head in anger. He attacked my neck few times that too in anger. Later he realizes that he has done wrong and he apologizes. Do you think he is suffering from some mental illness and how can this be cured? Or I should divorce him? Instead of mocking over the problem please give some suggestion.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Dear lybrate-user, I can only imagine what you May be going through. Your husband seems to have anger and aggression issues, he definitely needs to seek help. Getting angry and being abusive towards your partner, then apologising later is not a solution. The behaviour pattern is constantly repeating, it will become a habit. Pls understand that this is a serious problem and needs to be handled accordingly. Its is not a personality trait that he gets angry and goes out of control and is voilet and physically abusive, he definitely needs to see a psychiatrist and a neurologist if the psychiatrist advises, it would be good to run some tests. He will need medication and counselling for anger/ aggression management. Pls take a firm stan that he needs to seek help. Don't run away from the situation, deal with it. Divorce can be looked at an option if he refuses treatment but that is your perrogrative, you are the best judge of the situation. Physical abuse is a criminal offence, Pls be very careful with how you manage this and let me know if I can help further. Pls take care.
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My friend studying third year. When she was alone in her home, her neighborhood boy two years younger than her was seduce her and doing intercourse more than one year. She lost her virginity with him. How can handle this problem?Now she is in depression.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
My friend studying third year. When she was alone in her home, her neighborhood boy two years younger than her was se...
Dear lybrate-user, Sexual relationships should be mutual between two consenting adults. If she was seduced by this man and they were involved for more than a year then it was probably consensual. But I would not like to assume that. I would like to understand more from you and your friend. Is she feeling guilty about losing her virginity to a man before marriage or it is that they have broken up and are no longer in a relationship that is bothering her? Either way, from what you have mentioned it seems that she had been traumatised or is being unable to cope with the current situation. I would strongly recommend counselling, a good psychologist or counsellor can help her. You can advise her to expressively write all her feelings down on paper and let the emotions she is feeling be expressed. Not to bottle up her emotions. Also, I would be happy to help if she would like an online consult. Hope she feels better soon.
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I am a physically handicapped and suffering with anxiety and depression since 2 years. When I am using medicines clonazepam and sertrax I am ok if discontinued it is coming again. What I have to do.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am a physically handicapped and suffering with anxiety and depression since 2 years. When I am using medicines clon...
Dear lybrate-user, Its can be very upsetting if you have anxiety and depression, I can understand how you maybe feeling. Anxiety and depression medication are helpful in healing you cope but you would need support in the form of counselling and therapy. I would even suggest clinical hypnotherapy for your condition. Its important to get to the core issue, where tgis began and why. Pls try to practise deep breathing and praṇayam till then. I Hope you feel better soon.
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Ok so i'm a 25 year old unmarried girl- singer and fashion blogger. In relationship with a divorced man (2 broken engagements earlier) with a 6 year old son. We fell in love and got engaged within a month. It's 2 years now and These days I'm full of negative thoughts and guilt and all tears. It was my birthday, and in his child's school a Mother's Day.(His parents and child live in Bangalore) we had made a 2 day holiday plan as relationship was getting worse each passing day. He chose to go visit son and spend time with him rather so he doesn't feel left out. I was thinking of first sorting things between us and then take step ahead. On my 25th birthday I was alone. He made me feel guilty that I don't care about child's emotions, I feel abandoned. Was my decision of not going without sorting our personal issues right? Or was it wrong on my part? Did he do the right thing by prioritising child over my emotions? I feel so lost n broken.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Dear lybrate-user, Firstly, a big hug for you. Relationships can be hard sometimes. Especially so if your partner has children, one has to keep juggling priorities. I feel that you both were right in your respective spaces. His child became the priority and for your resolving your personal issues became yours, it was a catch 22 situation. But all that is in the past. You are young, you have a wonderful life ahead of you. If you have chosen to be with this man then give it your best, accept him with his family, love them like your own. Things will start to change for the better. He has not abandoned you, birthdays are important but sometimes we cannot be together, that's life, you'll have more birthdays together. But be sure that he is the one for you, don't be in a hurry to marry, take your time. Try to resolve your issues first. Also, I feel individual and couples therapy is something that you both would benefit from. You can reach me here and we can set up a session if you feel that you're ready to resolve this and would like some support. Hope things work out for you. God bless.
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what is happening. There are times when I am really happy and enthusiastic and at times I just want to sleep or sulk or cry about things. I am a final year student doing BDS. I never actually wanted to become a doctor, let alone becoming a dentist. And I have actually started hating this field like anything. I always had an interest in arts and English but I got admitted in a medical college. Interests and profession have become two different things in my life and I am one of those people who do not like being forced things upon. I hate attending my college because it teaches bds. When I am around my friends at the college I am normal. I had always been the creative of the lot, someone who was always good in English. Didn't like studying the conventional way. And lived her dreams. Lately I've been feeling like all of these basic elements have somehow been crushed or taken away from me. I feel so depressed at times that I feel like shouting and hurting myself and at times I am so happy and energetic that I spend one entire day doing tremendously tiring stuff and still am happy and enthusiastic. I am feeling like this might be bipolar syndrome (because I am studying medicine and now know what bipolar syndrome sounds like. Also I've been in a relationship with a guy for about 4 years. He is a great guy and really loves me a lot. Even I love him. I have always been the outgoing type and he is kind of boring. Secondly, he is very sexually active and I am not. Basically, to put it in correct way, I am very Indian in terms of sexuality and sex and stuff. Whereas he is a guy and his needs to be in a physical relationship are much more than mine. But I do not like sex. I've never had it and I don't really like the idea of having sex at such an early age (before wedding). This relationship aspect is much deeper. I would explain it once you reply to my query. But currently I need help!

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
what is happening. There are times when I am really happy and enthusiastic and at times I just want to sleep or sulk ...
Dear lybrate-user, I can understand how you may be feeling. The problem is between the heart and the head wanting two very different things. You dreams and desires have been burdened with a BDS degree is what I understand from what you're saying. Doesn't sound like bipolar syndrome, more like anxiety and hyperactivity, you are trying to overcompensate and trying to find happiness wherever you can. I would suggest that you try not to diagnose yourself. Instead start by taking a nice big deep breath. Then put down all that you have been feeling on a sheet of paper, let it al out. You will feel lighter. Next, the boyfriend bit, if he loves you truly which I am assuming that he does since you've been together a while, he will respect your wishes, have an open conversation, you don't have to feel pressured into doing anything that you don't want to do. Again, breathe, you're safe. If you have certain beliefs that's perfectly fine, you can find a middle path. You said there is more, pls feel free to msg me here for a private consult. For the moment, I hoped you feel better. Take care.
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I am having constant feeling of having a disease or mental illness. I am having desire for get a mental illness like personality disorder, hallucinations, schizoid. I compare my all symptoms with all diseases. I'm feeling this from past 2 years. What the hell is this? Can anyone tell me? Am I sick?

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am having constant feeling of having a disease or mental illness. I am having desire for get a mental illness like ...
Dear lybrate-user, Unwanted thoughts can disrupt our life. With time, these thoughts become more frequent and they affect every part of our life. What you're describing seems like obsessive compulsive thoughts and what we call hypochondriac behaviour. This is all triggered by anxiety. I would suggest that you try to work on your thought pattern and try to focus on the solution rather than the problem. Deep breathing, yoga and exercise really help. Incase the problem persists pls seek help from a psychologist or counsellor. You can also reach me here if you have more questions or would like to set a session. Feel better soon.
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We have reversed roles in our marriage. I am always the one who initiates intimacy. He is the one who does’t have the interest or energy to get involved. Although he is very caring, loving and good at heart because of which I ignore my emptiness. Sometimes I feel very lonely and try to find what's wrong .I have many times explained him the reason behind my mood swings n irritation but he always make me happy by cracking jokes and making promises that he never keeps. He does’t make special plans for us to be together. His list of “reasons” is endless. This leaves me feeling unloved, undesirable, and rejected. Please suggest.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Dear lybrate-user, I understand how you May be feeling. In a marriage, it is important to have a partner who is your friend, intimacy is equally important. It is good that you initiate physical intimacy, it is also good that you are friends and that he makes you laugh but if you are feeling lonely that is something that you need to address, don't suppress it. Loneliness can also stem from past trauma and May have nothing to do with the current situation. On the contrary, the current situation can also be causing the loneliness. In order to be able to help you, I would need a detailed history, to get to the root of the problem. Maybe your partner is someone who is not a romantic and his excuses are more for himself than to you. I would suggest couples therapy for you both. For you in particular I would suggest that you work with a therapist who can help you understand as to why you are feeling lonely and empty and give you a solution for it. In the meantime, have a frank sit down with your husband and explain that the current situation is not working for you and he needs to help you reach a solution. I can work with you as well. You will be fine. All will be well. Good luck!
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10 years before doctors are declared my problem as paranormal personality disorder. After tat because of my patience level I never turned into this situation .bt now again having the same problem .i cannot control myself. And I also hided this problem from my husband and married him. Thats y he does not aware of my problem and continuously giving me more tension. And again I am going to tat deep depression level and my mind will not be stable. Now I have 2 years old baby. I am having fear about that whether she may have a same problem or not when she grows. Now I am mentally collapsed. I can not talk to anyone normally. And also having fear abt that if my husband il know the full problem is he accept me in his life or leave me I dnt know that. I am in confusion stage. I got married before four years. For this four years I controlled myself whenever I got tension bt nowadays I can not act like a normal girl again behaviour changing it affects my whole family they are worried abt me so .now I will go to singapore within 4 days. I am having lot of tension and fear. Today again I am going to the same hospital in which I got treatment before ten years. Also I have posted this for immediate medicine and solution. Please help me and reply me soon. I am in a worse situation. My health is in worse condition.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Hi, Did you mean you have been diagnosed with Paranoid Personality Disorder? If yes then, it is a disorder that can be managed with regular medication and counselling. Because you could not tell your husband about your condition, you must have had to deal with the emotional turmoil of hiding this secret and worrying if he would get to know about your condition. It can lead to stress and anxiety. In addition, being a mother to a newborn comes with its own share of challenges, for a woman it can result in a variety of hormonal changes. The hormonal changes may have affected your condition and your medication may need alteration. When are the last time you visited your psychiatrist? Pls get a new diagnosis and prescription is what I would suggest, before you leave. I would also advise regular counselling. You need support and you are not alone. There is no need for you to face this alone, seek support and tell you husband about your condition. Trust is most important in a relationship. Be honest and allow him to support you. Also, understanding a bit more about your condition is important, people are there to help you. Hope you feel better soon.
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I am 59 years old WIDOWED person facing with the problem of ANXIETY, NERVOUSNESS fairness & DISTRACTED CONCENTRATION AND BAD OR NEGATIVE THOUGHTS ,which is causing a very stressful & distracted life pls. Advice.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am 59 years old WIDOWED person facing with the problem of ANXIETY, NERVOUSNESS fairness & DISTRACTED CONCENTRATION ...
Dear lybrate-user, Firstly, take a deep breath. Now relax and as you read this know that you are not alone. My condolences on losing your spouse. You are a strong man, you just need to bring balance back into your life. As we progress with age, we tend to become more anxious and stressed, one needs to learn to drop that baggage and changing with the times. Healing begins from within. Becoming fearful about the future and feeling anxious about not being able to control certain events in life is not the solution. The solution is learning to breathe, learning to understand that change is the only constant in life. For your anxiety I would recommend regular exercise, deep breathing and pranayama. Yoga if you can practise regularly. The thoughts will come and go, you learn to remain rooted and grounded in your breath. Also, pls seek support from a counsellor or therapist if you feel that your condition doesn't improve. Psychotherapy is very powerful, it will help. Feel better soon.
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Sir I am very depressed I do not have a baby till now n I have completed 4 years of marriage. All reports tells that my reports are perfect but no result.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Sir I am very depressed I do not have a baby till now n I have completed 4 years of marriage. All reports tells that ...
Hi lybrate-user, Not being able to conceive can sometimes be due to stress, emotional stress. If you are got medically and all reports are clear, that is a good sign. Pls ask your husband to have himself checked as well, that is also important. One needs to rule out his medical condition as well. Don't be depressed, you will have a child when you are ready. But for now, try and focus on keeping your body fit, eat well, nourish your body, exercise etc. Calm your mind. You will be a parent soon. Work on your relationship with your spouse, enjoy each other's companionship till you become parents. Good luck!
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For past 4 years am in my home as am doing self study. Am doing chartered accountancy course I can't able to concentrate in my studies am sleeping a lot and eating all the time. I feel tired. Today I took self depression test online it says severe depression level. What it means?

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Dear lybrate-user, When we are under stress due to examinations or increased pressure to excel, one can suffer from feelings of anxiousness or feelings of depression. I would advise you to firstly not pay much heed to the online depression test, they are not reliable. Can I also ask you to start practising deep breathing to help you manage your stress and anxiety. This will help you regulate your appetite and also help with concentration. Pls seek help from a psychologist or counsellor who can support you further. Also, try to inculcate some exercise in your routine. I hope you feel better soon.
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Mam I have very less friend to talk male female both. I feel very lonely. Which make me depressed What I do please suggest.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Mam I have very less friend to talk male female both. I feel very lonely. Which make me depressed What I do please su...
Hi lybrate-user, It can get very lonely when you don't have a support system in the form of friends. I can understand how you May be feeling. Can I suggest that you go out more and invest some time making new friends. Introspecting and understating more about yourself will help you figure out what type of friends you would like in your life. Don't lose heart, you will make new friends, you will let go of old ones. Life is constantly changing. Change with it. Your feelings of depression will pass when you focus on yourself. Take up physical exercise or a sport. Deep breathing is very beneficial as well. If someone has hurt you in the past, forgive them and let go. Create space in your life for new friendships. Stay happy and healthy.
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I take zolefresh 20 mg in night and many time day time I tack 5 mg I take cyclopam and mere habit ho gay hai main MArna chahti hu kitne sleeping pill khavu to maut mil jay.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Hi lybrate-user, Firstly, I am sorry to hear that you feel this way. But taking your own life is not the answer. I would strongly suggest that you seek some help from a Counsellor or Psychologist. Talk to someone. Also, did a doctor prescribe the zolfresh for insomnia and the cyclopam as well or are you self medicating? There is a lot to be thankful for and am sure that your family and friends love you. Find what motivates you and makes you happy. You don't have to fight this alone, there are people who can help you. You are not alone. You can contact me here and we can talk more. Pls take care. Feel better soon.
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I feel sad & unenergetic. I feel guilty all the time about small mistakes of the past. Please help.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I feel sad & unenergetic. I feel guilty all the time about small mistakes of the past. Please help.
Hi lybrate-user, Everyone goes through life change and this can lead to variations in ones mood, energy levels etc. You maybe be feeling sad and energetic and May have feelings of being depressed. Guilt can also lead to feelings of being depressed. Remember that guilt requires punishment. Maybe you are punishing yourself by being sad and not enjoying life? Understand yourself better by introspecting as to why you are feeling this way, when did it start etc. I would recommend that you seek support from a counsellor or psychologist. In the meantime, try to create a routine for yourself. Find things that make you happy. You are not alone. Try to practise some yoga and meditation. Feel better soon.
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Hi I am 27 years old Male, I have anxiety issues .Whenever I see or hear anything bad about anything I start worrying a lot .I have been facing with upper back problem as well. I am an IT professional and I am not able to focus in my daily day to day activities. I went through ecg, thyroid tests, lipid profile as well and every thing came out to be normal .But whenever Any pain occurs in lower left ribs I start thinking whether it is leading to heart attack.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Hi I am 27 years old Male, I have anxiety issues .Whenever I see or hear anything bad about anything I start worrying...
Hi, I can understand how you maybe feeling. Recurrent thoughts can lead to anxiety, fear and feelings of the worst will happen. Lack of concentration also occurs coz of anxiety. But anxiety can be managed and even treated completely. You need to firstly find a counsellor/ paychologist who can provide you support. Also, clinical hypnotherapy works very well for people with anxiety. Deep breathing and yoga is what I recommend. You are not alone, don't lose Hope. Hope you feel better soon.
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I'm suffering from anxiety, I took medications and now I'm somewhat better but still I'm fearing worrying without reasons or small reasons.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I'm suffering from anxiety, I took medications and now I'm somewhat better but still I'm fearing worrying without rea...
Hi lybrate-user, Anxiety can be caused by recurring worrisome thoughts. Breathe these throughts out. Learn to focus on the present. The Medicines will alleviate the symptoms but you need to work on the problem from the inside out, take it our from the root. Seek help from a counsellor/ psychologist. Also, try yoga and deep breathing. You can reach me here if you would like to book a session. Feel better soon.
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I am new mom. Motherhood is a very exciting journey for every mom. I am enjoying my motherhood but the problem is that I am suffering in a severe depression after child birth please give me tips about this matter.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am new mom. Motherhood is a very exciting journey for every mom. I am enjoying my motherhood but the problem is tha...
Hi lybrate-user, Welcome to Motherhood! It indeed is an exciting journey. What you're describing is post partum depression. Being a mother is a blessing but your body changes and the shifts in your physician and emotional self can have a lot of effects. The hormone changes can result in feelings of depression. Firstly, start by enrolling into an exercise regime, whatever you would like, this will balance your hormones and other chemicals in the brain. Also, try to practice deep breathing to release all the feelings associated with your depression- whether you're not feeling beautiful, attractive, feeling unworthy, not feeling supported etc (whatever you are specifically feeling), dark chocolate helps too. Eat well, nourish your body and take out time for you as wel, do things you enjoy. If you still feel that you need support, You can reach me here if you would like to book a session. Feel better soon. Good luck!
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