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Mrs. Shilpi Aggarwal

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I have a boyfriend and we both love each other very much, we cant stay without each other, we were very happy before but this days we argue for every small things. Everything starts from me, he never do or say things that hurts me but sometimes when I get angry I use 2 take out all ma frustrations n anger @ him. I feel very guilty for all that I wana stop all this bt I just cant control my anger, it hs happened many times bt each time he excuses me n overlook ma mistakes. He is very very sweet. But few days ago in anger I said him things that I dint mean at all n he is so hurt that he dont talk 2 me nicely now. I cant see my relation gettin broken like this. I feel very bad. I appologised alot for that n tried 2 console him but he is very hurt. I love him very very mch I cant see him this way. I want our relation to be like before. Please help me soon. I dont wana looe him.

Hypnotherapist, DCS, BSIC, Advanced Trainee of Transactional Analysis, Advanced Skills in Counselling
Psychologist,
If you are angry, then you need to manage your anger and channelise it properly. You lose your temper on him because you know that he is sweet and will not retaliate back. This is called displacement of emotions. You need to take out your anger on the person with whom you are actually angry. Sort out your issues with that person. If you continue to behave like this, you might just lose him completely. When you are apologising, try to be genuine without giving justification of your actions. Listen to what he has to say. Give him time to accept your apology. Don' t expect everything to happen the way you want it to be. Counselling helps in assertive communications and mending broken relationships. Click on private chat to connect with me.
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I am 50 and not having any bad habit of smoking, drinking. I regularly walk for 1 hour everyday since last 8 years. I am non vegetation. Now I started cycling for 1 hour and walk/running for one hour but still unable to control the weight. Morning, I take hot water with Honey and lemon. I am happy person not taking tension etc. Sleep is also 6 to 7 hours. Please suggest wait loss remedies.

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General Physician, Fatehabad
Hi lybrate-user, through Ayurveda, you will permanently reset your mind-body's ability to regulate itself by calming the nervous system, enhancing your digestive fires, and regulating the storage of energy and fat. Here are some quick steps for you. 1. Increase your intake of foods that enhance your digestive fire such as Ginger, Papaya, Mango, Pineapple, Bitter melons, Dark, bitter greens. 2. Sip hot water throughout the day. 3. Fast one day a week on liquids. You may have fruit or vegetable juices, warm skim milk, light soups, teas, etc. 4. Drink ginger tea 2-3 times per day. 5. Chew a thin slice of fresh ginger root a few minutes before meals. Or grate a little ginger, mix with some lemon juice and salt, and eat a pinch or two. 6. Use herbs and spices that are primarily pungent (spicy), bitter, or astringent. Common useful spices include: cumin, ginger, mustard seed, cayenne, and black pepper. Use them generously in your cooking. 7. Use Ayurvedic herbs such as gotu kola, amalaki, and shilajit in powder or capsule form. 8. Exercise regularly according to your body type. Hope this helps. Good Luck.
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I have this bad habit of, getting bad memories back in my head sometimes, when I get sad due to some reason. But I don't get good memories to compensate them, although I have too many good memories in my relation. How should I forget my bad memories.

L L. B..,, M.Sc psychy,, N L P, P.G.D.G.C, M.S psychotherapy,, M.A child care, M A, clinical psy, M.A,social psychiatry,, M.Phil., psychology., Ph.D .,psychology
Psychologist, Vijayawada
I have this bad habit of, getting bad memories back in my head sometimes, when I get sad due to some reason. But I do...
Our mind is like a computer. When we give positive programme the mind it will take and act as per the requirements of situations. If we think and negative suggestions then it will works as per the instructions. So everything in our hands we mould in positive manner or negative manner. It depends on us. When you face bad memories better share and blame on past memories. Think and feel I do not have this type of situations in repeatedly. Like that give positive suggestions. Bad memories tell others. Good memories keep inside enjoy yourself. Be friendly with others. Be happy always. Be sociable. Ok best of luck. My best wishes.
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Whenever I have any exam or in a new situation I get a panic attack, and if I think too much I get tremble and scared, and sometimes I feel like I want to cry and sometimes I do for no reason.

Masters In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Whenever I have any exam or in a new situation I get a panic attack, and if I think too much I get tremble and scared...
It's due to anxiety Practice breathing exercise also change your perspective over studies Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling Connect with me through text or audio on Lybrate app.
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Mindfulness for Schizophrenia

MBBS, Structure of Intellect learning Specialist, Membership
Psychiatrist, Delhi

Even though mindfulness has witnessed a surge of academic interest over the past few decades, there are very few studies on mindfulness for schizophrenia. There is considerable empirical evidence nonetheless, demonstrating that mindfulness meditation is an effective therapeutic tool for a range of mental health disorders including generalized anxiety disorder, ADHD, social anxiety disorder and depression as well as being a valuable aid in stress reduction and pain relief.

With schizophrenia however, the opinion about any possible benefits is divided. One school of thought holds that meditation techniques like mindfulness cannot be applied in acute psychosis. While this may be true, a recent study conducted in Hong Kong which tested the effectiveness of a mindfulness based psychoeducation program for outpatients with schizophrenia over an 18 month period suggests otherwise. In this study, 96 patients with schizophrenia were randomly assigned to either the mindfulness-based psychoeducational program or usual psychiatric care. The patients’ mental and psychosocial functioning, insights into illness and rehospitalization rates were measured at the start of the study and at 3 and 18 months postintervention. The investigators discovered that compared to those with usual care, the patients in the mindfulness psychoeducation program showed significantly greater improvements in insights into their illness, symptom severity, functioning, and number and length of rehospitalizations at the 18 month follow up (Chien WT, Lee IY, 2013). While this is good news for proponents of mindfulness therapy for psychosis, directions for future research of mindfulness interventions for schizophrenia need to be explored.

mindfulness

What is mindfulness?

What we currently term mindfulness appears to have originated from eastern psychological practices, specifically Buddhist psychology, which referred to this concept over 2,500 years ago. Mindfulness is a term stemming from the Pali language, whereby Sati is combined with Sampajana, and is translated directly as awareness, circumspection, discernment, and retention. These Pali renderings have been considered by scholars to suggest that mindfulness means to remember to pay attention to what is occurring in one’s immediate experience with care and discernment (Shapiro 2009).

The two components that are common to most definitions of mindfulness are:

The attentional component, which pertains to the ability to intentionally regulate attention and is mediated by a deliberate and sustained observation of thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and other stimuli as they occur in the present moment and,

The acceptance component, which involves maintaining an attitude of openness and receptivity to these experiences rather than judging, ignoring or minimizing them particularly when they are unpleasant (Bishop et al, 2004).

There are a few case reports that describe the clinical applicability of different meditation techniques to individuals suffering from schizophrenia-spectrum disorders with persistent negative symptoms. These investigators claim that meditation in a group setting may have potential in reducing the pervasiveness of negative symptoms like anhedonia ( an inability to feel pleasure) and asociality while enhancing factors that contribute to lasting recovery like hope and purpose in life.

When questioned, individuals suffering from schizophrenia state that continuing with meditative practices can be difficult without guidance and oversight. Many of those who have access to training and supervision affirm strongly that this practice reduces the intensity of persistent symptoms significantly. The debate on the effectiveness of mindfulness for schizophrenia continues, and it is clear that more research needs to be conducted, not only to confirm or refute possible benefits but also to elucidate the mechanisms that underlie the actions of this ancient practice.

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My age is 23 the thing is very serious for me. Last years I completed my btech from DELHI with distinction and joined GATE coaching in june 2015, bt in October some infection happened in my penis it started paining I went for doc. I got cured then I started to feel that I will ejaculate any time any where without any erection or such feeling. I was very worried doctors said it's because of tension or smthng I continued to feel. So it affected my life too badly, many times I even EJACULATED without erection in the middle of anything. I fell into DEPRESSION, I talked my parents they were away in hometown they did every possible thing bt I was very nervous I ATTEMPTED a SUICIDE on 29 jan. 2016 I CUT MY WRIST. Anyhow TENDONS were safe my parents rescued me to hospital nothing serious happened. On 8th FEB. I gave my exam I EVEN QUALIFIED, bt things have changed since then I don't like to face my old friends It starts choking when I talk to someone I don't really want to get out and meet people though it's about 5 month now I don't understand what people will think of me when they would know this phase of mine because the reason is so awkward how to get out I am not understanding, I can't get back the confidence for a fresh start. I know people will think I am a looser my thinking has completely changed I spend all day at home don't want to start a job I am stuck PLEASE HELP if you have read this. I will like to explain my situation further.

M.Phil - Psychology, PhD PSYCHOLOGY
Psychologist, Delhi
My age is 23 the thing is very serious for me. Last years I completed my btech from DELHI with distinction and joined...
Dear lybrate-user, you have been a meritorious student having completed btech from delhi with distinction, it is commendable, that you have attempted suicide- does not match with your meritorious profile--what I mean is -- getting into btech in delhi must have been a hercullean task--you managed it, next-- qualifying with distinction--was another great job done by you. So, if you could manage all that hard work -- I am very sure you can manage your life as well. Please do not loose heart and remember your good past-- you are an achievers--these small tensions can not pull you down. Believe me-- you only need some help and this can be cured. Please see a psychiatrist at the earliest for help and guidance. Am hopeful you will be fine soon.
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Hi, My self Rajasekhar and I had one doubt regarding my brain functionality. I am suffering from anxiety from last 1.5 years. Each and everyday I will get. I use to over think like anything. I will create situations myself and get anxiety. But now a days when I am thinking my left brain got stressed out and I am getting one type of blur and lose interest. My left brain was showing some heat type of sensation like my brain nerves get heated up and pain getting from neck. Can you please help me out as I am so worried about my brain.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Hi, My self Rajasekhar and I had one doubt regarding my brain functionality. I am suffering from anxiety from last 1....
Do not panic. In anxiety people tend to amplify their symptoms or whatever little sensation they are having in the body and see it as life threatening. Continue to take mediation for anxiety and do some deep breathing exercises. Pay less attention to your body.
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How to increase concentration on studies and how keep in mind for a long period of time what's we study?

Master Of Science In Counseling & Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi, you can increase your concentration by doing yoga and some meditation techniques. Similarly you need to revise and recall whatever you learn. When you understand and revise the points will remain in your long time memory which helps to recall. When there is lack of revision or understanding the facts the data which are stored in short term memory cannot be recalled easily. All the best!
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