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Treatment & Management of Stress
Treatment of Mood Disorder
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Sex Addiction Counselling
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Anger Management Therapy
Treatment of Behaviour & Thought Problems
Quit Smoking Techniques
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Memory Improvement Techniques
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment
Treatment of Abnormal Behaviour
Psychological Diagnosis (Adult And Child)
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Hello sir, I am 23 years old girl. I don't know what's happening with me? Some people stay at home and they enjoy their free time with family and friends. But in my situation I feel very upset and confused. I don't have any chance to go outside for spending good time and to do job because of my incomplete education. I cannot get suitable job. I have to stay at home. I tried many things in my life to get success or to earn money but due to harassment or wrong atmosphere. I have to leave my job or work. I also feel that my family doesn't support me. They always abuse me and I am also being ignored by my partner in relationship because of his work or busy schedule. I want them and their support attention, care but nobody cares me. What is my fault if I don't get success in my any job or field. From 4-5 years I am stuck in this situation before when I puzzled or upset I started crying and still now. If I think or feel I will be happy and smiling but nothing happen like this. Still I just want that sleeping pills to relax my mind. I took before since long time but I want again. I communicated with family or friends but they didn't understand. What can I do?
If we have an anxiety disorder, how to control that or rather how to deal with it? Pls help me with some advice.
Sir, Mujhe khud pe control nhi rhta. Sochta hoon ye ni karunga fir bhi ho jata h. Study me man ni lagta.
Doctor I am facing more problems in my study. Please tell me the right diet so that I can study well.
The consumption of tobacco by humans began many years ago and has taken many forms ranging from rolled tobacco leaves and pipes to cigarettes. Smoking is a habit that is easy to start, but is difficult to quit. Smoking has both short term effects such as bad breath, tooth and gum loss, premature ageing and weakened immune system and long term effects that impair the respiratory system and cardiovascular system.
Smoking can cause and worsen diseases like cancer of lungs, throat, mouth, kidneys and blood and other chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases. Smokers also have a higher risk of conditions such as dementia, cataract, pulmonary fibrosis, psoriasis, osteoporosis and optic neuropathy. Smoking can also affect fertility, cause erectile disorders and speed up the onset of menopause.
It is said that a smoker’s life expectancy is 10 years less than that of a non-smoker. There are three main components of cigarette smoke that can harm the body.
- Nicotine: Nicotine is what makes cigarettes addictive and make smoking a habit. In the beginning, it may stimulate the brain but in the long run, your body can begin to crave for nicotine. If this craving is not fulfilled, it can cause irritability, restlessness, headaches and shortened attention span.
- Tar: Tar in cigarettes contains many harmful chemicals and is deposited in the lungs. From here it enters the blood vessels and is carried to other parts of the body. In many ways, tar is akin to a poison.
- Carbon monoxide: Carbon monoxide affects the blood’s capacity to transport oxygen from the heart to the rest of the body. In the case of pregnant women, carbon monoxide can also reduce the amount of oxygen available to the growing foetus and hence cause complications in pregnancy. Children born to smokers are also said to have an increased risk of suffering from congenital defects and conditions like asthma.
The good news is that quitting it is possible and its benefits can be experienced right away. Within the first 72 hours of quitting, the bronchial tubes begin to open up and breathing becomes easier. If you stop smoking before the age of 50, you can reduce your risk of dying from smoking related complications by 50%. The most important part of quitting nicotine is your own determination and willpower. Nicotine replacement therapy in the form of gums, patches, lozenges and inhalers can also help deal with nicotine withdrawal symptoms and make the process easier.
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