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Dr. Shilpa Gupta

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Dr. Shilpa Gupta is one of the best Psychiatrists in Greater Kailash, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Shilpa Gupta personally at Centre For Child And Adolescent Well Being in Greater Kailash, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shilpa Gupta on has top trusted Psychiatrists from across India. You will find Psychiatrists with more than 33 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.


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I am getting repetitive thoughts/stuck thoughts. From few days. I was having the same problem 3 years ago. But slowly got disappeared. But of sudden I am experiencing the problem. From few days. More over am not able to control the thoughts even if I know it is useless. So I need a suggestions from you. Is this curable by self control or not. How to get rid of it.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I am getting repetitive thoughts/stuck thoughts. From few days. I was having the same problem 3 years ago. But slowly...
Upto certain extent you can control them by some practices but if it has developed into full fledged disorder like OCD then a proper homoeopathic treatment is the best solution... To suggest a better answer I need to know about your complaints more... You may try doing dhyana and pranayama.
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Hi My grandfather had Parkinson's when he was 75. Unka kharab kharab ho gaya tha Woh maid ko ched dete the. I hope character kharab hona is not a symptom of Parkinson's I hope it is not necessary that all Parkinson's patient behave like my grandfather n Please give me a positive answer.

MD Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Noida
Hi My grandfather had Parkinson's when he was 75. Unka kharab kharab ho gaya tha
Woh maid ko ched dete the. I hope ch...
Dear User I can understand how embarrassing it feels. But Parkinson's may be associated with dementia and behavioural changes. Its not that he suddenly lost his character. Instead this a manifestation of illness that needs assessment and treatment by a neuropsychiatrist.
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My brother in law is intoxicated to Alcohol. Recently he met an accident and was very serious and damaged his both limbs but at present he is little bit fine and can do hid own daily routine. But still his habit of alcohol is not stopped . My question is what is the remedy to such addiction and what medicine can keep him away from alcohol. Kindly Advice.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
My brother in law is intoxicated to Alcohol. Recently he met an accident and was very serious and damaged his both li...
You have to meet with a doctor who will prescribe disulfiram and if he takes even cough syrup which has a little alcohol, he can suffer some adverse reactions. So he has to be warned and he has to be sure to take the medicine.
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He has Parkinson, high BP, diabetes, uric acid disorder, he is suffering from acute body ache and depression, how can he be helped.

BAMS, MD Ayurveda
Sexologist, Navi Mumbai
He has Parkinson, high BP, diabetes, uric acid disorder, he is suffering from acute body ache and depression, how can...
i would recommend you to follow the following home remedy Natural home remedy using Indian gooseberry and nutmeg powder: 1. Cut, de-seed and crush 4-5 Indian gooseberries to paste 2. Press this paste on a sieve and extract the juice 3. Take 2 tsp of this Indian gooseberry juice 4. Add ½ tsp nutmeg powder 5. Mix well 6. Drink 2 times a day Surely you will get results.
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Sir my friend stammers in front of others. But at home he speaks fluently. When he talks with other his heartbeat increases, he becomes anxious and he stammers. Suggest ways to overcome.

MASLP, Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (B.A.S.L.P), DHLS
Audiologist, Pune
Stammering or stuttering needs speech evaluation by speech language pathologist where we asses your stammering and further as a part of treatment we give you guidance on how you can manage your stuttering. Send me your audio sample so that I help future on speech therapy. Let me know if it helps. Thanks.
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My mother has been suffering from depression from last 3 years. We have shown her to every doctor related with the disease. She is feeling much better then before. What should we do to keep her happy.

Certification in Diabetes Educators Program, Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
My mother has been suffering from depression from last 3 years. We have shown her to every doctor related with the di...
Ask her to eat nutritious foods, exercise well, eat as little sugars, and ask her to get involved in a hobby that she is passionate about.
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Hi doctor, im from poor background family, I had great love towards my parents, but once I entered deg came in contact with a guy, he showed me. Lots of love and care, I trusted him, but he was doing like tat for sex, but I was unaware of tat, I was deeply influenced from him, he used me in all means, he was told he'll marry but he cheated after tat, after his work we had great clashes I request for marriage he didnt accept, he was sadist so I left him, later I continued my studies, I did msc, I got one more guy he was. My class mate, I taught he was good, I trusted him again I taught I would new life from. Him,but this guy again. Cheated me, he also did same thing, from all. This incidents, i was completely depressed later I got my. Msc, my parents were not well so I joined for job, I worked till my marriage, I came to know value of parents so I married as my parents wish, now after. marriage im feeling guilty, I got aborted naturally bcz of this depression, kindly please tell me what I should do, im having gult feel, I have great aim to help poor people and give free education to them, I have great dreams, but im unable to come. Out of it, please guide me wat s the step I should take up now, to overcome. Guil feel,

M.Sc - Applied Psychology, Guidance &Counselling, B.A., Psychology, Pharmacy, 6-month Internship
Psychologist, Madurai
Relax dear Lybrate user. You have really passed through very painful experiences, of course, because of your own innocence. I mean you were too immature to understand whatever happened to you. There is no need to have the feeling of guilt and shame, because almost every human being has to undergo such kind of experience before marriage, only it varies in degree or intensity, particularly in this modern world. You feel shame and guilt because you're very innocent and good-natured girl which, in my view, the boon for a husband to have a wife like you. No need to forget the past. Bcs they gave you a tremendous amount of valuable lesson for you. Allot time every day to think about it and make fun of yourself but never let know others. These thoughts will vanish on their own accord. Moreover you are preparing yourself for a noble cause -to give Gnana dhana to the needy people (education the highest order of Dhanas). Yes, you have found meaning to live. Keep going. All the best. Call me if you want more from me through Lybrate.
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I am health conscious and fitness conscious, I follow good nutritious diet daily, and I want to have all my food in organic, which are free from pesticides. Now days in every paper, TV they tell about the impure of our food and chemicals used In farming, seeing this I get very upset and angry. And what about my health in future. So Is there any chance to clear the chemicals on food and vegetables, fruits etc.

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Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
I am health conscious and fitness conscious, I follow good nutritious diet daily, and I want to have all my food in o...
You should wash fruits & vegetables thoroughly & remove peel before consumption to reduce pesticide content. Buy foods with FSSAI mark. Organic foods are free from harmful fertilizers & pesticides. You can also grow fruits & vegetables in your own garden if possible. Always buy locally available & seasonal foods. Soak your grains & pulses for 1/2 hr before cooking.
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My choice does not match with that of my partner and so we often quarrel. What should we do about it?

MD-PhD, FIPS, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE), DPM, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Ludhiana
Solutions that can save a relationship. Communication all relationship problems stem from poor communication, you can't communicate while you're checking your blackberry, watching tv, or flipping through the sports section" sex even partners who love each other can be a mismatch, sexually, lack of sexual self-awareness and education worsens these problems. But having sex is one of the last things you should give up" sex" brings us closer together, releases hormones that help our bodies both physically and mentally, and keeps the chemistry of a healthy couple healthy" problem-solving strategies: plan, plan, plan. Money problems can start even before the wedding vows are exchanged. They can stem, for example, from the expenses of courtship or from the high cost of a wedding. Problem-solving strategies: be honest about your current financial situation. If things have gone south, continuing the same lifestyle is unrealistic. Don't approach the subject in the heat of battle. Instead, set aside a time that is convenient and non-threatening for both of you. Acknowledge that one partner may be a saver and one a spender, understand there are benefits to both, and agree to learn from each other's tendencies. Don't hide income or debt. Bring financial documents, including a recent credit report, pay stubs, bank statements, policies, debts, and investments to the table. Don't blame. Construct a joint budget that includes savings. Decide which person will be responsible for paying the monthly bills. Allow each person to have independence by setting aside money to be spent at his or her discretion. Decide upon short-term and long-term goals. It's ok to have individual goals, but you should have family goals, too. Talk about caring for your parents as they age and how to appropriately plan for their financial needs if needed. Struggles over home chores most partners work outside the home and often at more than one job. So it's important to fairly divide the labor at home. Problem-solving strategies: be organized and clear about your respective jobs in the home" write all the jobs down and agree on who does what" be fair so no resentment builds. Be open to other solutions, she says if you both hate housework, maybe you can spring for a cleaning service. If one of you likes housework, the other partner can do the laundry and the yard. You can be creative and take preferences into account -- as long as it feels fair to both of you. Not making your relationship a priority if you want to keep your love life going, making your relationship a focal point should not end when you say" I do" relationships lose their luster. So make yours a priority. Problem-solving strategies: do the things you used to do when you first met. Show appreciation, compliment each other, contact each other through the day, and show interest in each other. Schedule time together on the calendar, say" thank you" appreciate" it lets your partner know that they matter. Conflict occasional conflict is a part of life. The same lousy situations keep repeating day after day -- it's time to break free of this toxic routine. When you make the effort, you can lessen the anger and take a calm look at underlying issues. Problem-solving strategies: you and your partner can learn to argue in a more civil, helpful manner. Make these strategies part of who you are in this relationship. Realize you are not a victim. It is your choice whether you react and how you react. Be honest with yourself. When you're in the midst of an argument, are your comments geared toward resolving the conflict, or are you looking for payback? if your comments are blaming and hurtful, it's best to take a deep breath and change your strategy. Change it up. If you continue to respond in the way that's brought you pain and unhappiness in the past, you can't expect a different result this time. Just one little shift can make a big difference. If you usually jump right in to defend yourself before your partner is finished speaking, hold off for a moments. You'll be surprised at how such a small shift in tempo can change the whole tone of an argument. Give a little; get a lot. Apologize when you're wrong. Sure it's tough, but just try it and watch something wonderful happen" you can't control anyone else's behavior" the only one in your charge is you" trust trust is a key part of a relationship. Do you see certain things that cause you not to trust your partner? or do you have unresolved issues that prevent you from trusting others? problem-solving strategies: be consistent. Be on time. Do what you say yent. Be sensitive to the other's feelings. You can still disagree, but don't discount how your partner is feeling. Call when you say you will. Call to say you'll be home late. Carry your fair share of the workload. Don't overreact when things go wrong. Never say things you can't take back. Don't dig up old wounds. Respect your partner's boundaries. Don? t be jealous. Be a good listener. Even though there are always going to be problems in a relationship you both can do things to minimize marriage problems, if not avoid them altogether. First, be realistic. Thinking your mate will meet all your needs -- and will be able to figure them out without your asking -- is a hollywood fantasy" ask for what you need directly" next, use humor -- learn to let things go and enjoy one another more. Finally, be willing to work on your relationship and to truly look at what needs to be done. Don't think that things would be better with someone else. Unless you address problems, the same lack of skills that get in the way now will still be there and still cause problems no matter what relationship you're in. Good luck.
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