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Dr. S Sairam  - Neurologist, Delhi

Dr. S Sairam

MD - Physician, PhD - Neurology

Neurologist, Delhi

27 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Dr. N Sairam is a renowned Neurologist in Ganesh Nagar, Delhi. Doctor is currently practising at Advanced Physiotherapy & Neuro Rehabilitation Centre in Ganesh Nagar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. N Sairam on has an excellent community of Neurologists in India. You will find Neurologists with more than 30 years of experience on You can find Neurologists online in Delhi and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


MD - Physician - Minsk State Medical Institute, U.S.S.R - 1991
PhD - Neurology - Byelorussian State Institute for Advanced Medical Studies - 1994
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I am migraine patient. what treatment is good for the same, also when I put head on pillow after ten minutes left side of my nose gets blocked what may be the reasons.

General Physician, Delhi
Take tablet brufen sos in acute pain. Kindly tell me the duration and frequency of your migraine attack. Any photophobia and vomiting associated during the attack.
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My dad is 51 years old. He is fainted at around 2.30 pm last saturday. Was immediately admitted in hospital. Doctor says he is suffering from HIE Mri is done It has now been 8th day he has still not woke up.

General Physician, Mumbai
It means that his brain has been damaged due to low oxygen supply to the brain and treatment depends on the glascow score
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Dementia Patient In The Family - What Should You Do To Help?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Dementia Patient In The Family - What Should You Do To Help?

Dementia severely affects a person’s normal activities, and the role of the family in helping the patient to manage the condition is crucial. A person diagnosed with dementia would invariably experience a wide array of emotions which may include denial, loneliness, frustration, anger and extreme depression. So, if any of your family member is suffering from dementia, here are some of the ways by which you can take care of the affected individual.

Know more about the disease your loved one is suffering from:
When your loved one is suffering from dementia, it is your responsibility as a caregiver to know more about the disease and the symptoms. Dementia is a progressive biological brain disorder which progresses at a fast pace. Moreover, dementia is known for causing behavioral changes, alteration in personality and mood swings.

  1. Set a positive mood: When you are communicating, your attitude towards the affected individual should be conveyed effectively through your actions and not just words. You should attempt to establish a positive mood by speaking with the patient respectfully. Your physical touch, facial expressions, and tone of voice play a commendable role in showing your feelings towards the person.
  2. Convey your message clearly: While interacting with a person who has dementia, you should use simple words and sentences in a reassuring tone. Your manner should be straightforward and comforting. You should never raise your voice even when the person is not able to understand what you are saying. You should repeat the same thing using the same words until the patient understands. It is also a good practice to use names of places and persons instead of referring to them through pronouns.
  3. Answer with heart: You should be very patient to receive the reply from the sick person. In case the affected individual is struggling to find an answer, it is always good to suggest some words. You should also be watchful of any non-verbal cues as well as body language and respond appropriately. You should always strive to listen to the feelings that lie beyond the words.
  4. Attend to your own health: Even though you may find this to be a no-brainer, research indicates that caregivers are more prone to be affected by Alzheimer ’s disease, depression, and other illnesses particularly when they don't receive adequate support from the family. When you are the caregiver, make sure that you receive sufficient amount of sleep and proper nutrition and most importantly, exercise and socializing. When you are exhausted or socially isolated, you are at a risk of becoming physically ill and depressed. The sooner you seek aid, the longer you can lead a happy life.

Any disease can upset the routine of the entire family. But with proper awareness and positive attitude, any challenge can be handled in the best possible manner.

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

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I have headache problem from few years But I don't know is it migraine How should I do come to know that I have migraine?

MBBS, Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE), Diploma in Clinical Cosmetology
General Physician, Noida
Hello, i am giving you common symptom of migraine Headache eye pain. (most commonly one-sided pain; less frequently both sides of the head are affected) pain located near the eye on affected side. pain that worsens with exertion or physical activity. Nausea/ Vomiting sensitivity to light and/or sound. consult again for further management
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I have a long standing migraine problem. Recently I was prescribed Topamac and Rivotril (.5) by a neurologist and Divaa and Pexep by a general medicine specialist. Are these medicines safe, as they show a great deal of side-effects. I do not want to get addicted to them. Is there any alternative medicine?

MD, Fellowship in Intergrative Medicine, MBBS
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Kochi
Alternative medicine is changing your lifestyle and dietary habits. As you have rightly said these medicines will cause serious side effects and create new diseases you should have questioned your drs who you have visited. They are treating the symptoms and not the root cause. The cause is usually elsewhere. It is mostly in the gut. You have to find the trigger for migraine which varies from person to person you have to decide which medications you need to take .Discuss with both of your drs ask them about short term and long term side effects etc. You might be having certain nutrient deficiency also Take a consult after providing a feedback with name and contact number remember get educated and not medicated you cannot fix your health without fixing your diet.
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Insomnia - How Homeopathy Can Help?

Homeopath, Delhi
Insomnia - How Homeopathy Can Help?

Insomnia is a mental condition, which is characterized by a difficulty in falling asleep, even when you have the chance to do so. The causes of insomnia include stress, emotional or physical discomfort; environmental factors like noise, light or extreme temperature that interferes with sleep; and depression or anxiety.

The visible symptoms of insomnia are inability to fall asleep no matter what, irritability, depression, lack of concentration and enthusiasm, and distressed stomach and intestine. Complications associated with insomnia can cause psychiatric problems, obesity, increased risk of long-term diseases or conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.

Insomnia can be classified in the following ways -

  1. Secondary insomnia: it stands for sleep problems that may be caused by health conditions, medications, pain or any other causes.
  2. Acute insomnia: it is also known as short-term insomnia and usually lasts for a night or a few weeks.
  3. Primary insomnia: it refers to sleep problems which aren't directly related with any health condition.
  4. Chronic insomnia: insomnia is described as long-term or chronic if you suffer from it for about 3 nights a week for 1 month or longer.

Homeopathy is a boon towards treating insomnia.

  1. Efficiency - The efficiency of homeopathic medicines in curing the several problems associated with insomnia is unquestionable. Plus, targets at providing long-term cure for insomnia instead of just temporary relief. The approach that homeopathy adopts includes getting at the root cause of the problem, and weeding it out so that there's never a relapse of your condition.
  2. Safety - Homeopathic medication are far safer therefore, it is preferable and highly recommended. It serves invaluably during insomnia and does not involve any side effects.
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Respected sir, my father is 59 years old suffering from spinocerebellar ataxia. Progressive in nature. 1. Slurring of speech since 2007 2. Gait abnormality since 2009 3. Writing abnormality since 2009 he is not having any comorbidities neither any family history. Please help me if you have any suggestion for him.

DM - Neurology
Progressive sca at 59 years age is unusual and should trigger a search for various conditions: cerebrovascular disease, demyelinating disease, infectious diseases, vitamin deficiency, toxic exposure, sarcoidosis, autoimmune diseases (eg, sle, sjogren syndrome), and alcohol-induced cerebellar degeneration. Other diseases that can mimic this condition include late-onset spinocerebellar ataxia with or without a family history, olivopontocerebellar degeneration, and other degenerative diseases of the brain. The most problematic is paraneoplastic cerebellar degernation, even though it is slightly more common among women; in men, it may signal an occult small cell ca of the lung, or hodkgin lymphoma. Apart from the tests for the other conditions mentioned, a test for anti-yo antibody and a search for occult malignancy should be done. Treatment is by physiotherapy/gait therapy, and treatment for the underlying condition if possible.
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Doctor mujhe kafi time baithai baithai chakar aa jate h. Ar saar ghumta h baut teej. Kya aap suggest kro kya prblm h muje. What is going with me. please suggest me.

Homeopath, Sindhudurg
Hi it's vertigo due to harmonal imbalance. Take homoeopathic treatment puls 200 4pills 3 times daily for 8 days and revert back for further treatment.
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I suffer from Migraine since long. Not taken any medicine yet. Am Male, 59 years, occasional smoker and drinks beer/wine once in a while.

General Physician, Jalgaon
Please Do meditation regularly Do pranayam and yoga daily Put SHADBINDU OIL drops in both nostrils for few days Take Pathyadi kadha by sandu pharma 20 ml twice a day for 3 weeks Tab mahayograj guggul 22 for 7 days Reconsult if needed.
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