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Dr. Shraddha Banerjee  - Psychologist, Delhi

Dr. Shraddha Banerjee

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M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, Bsc - Psychology, Msc - Applied Psychology

Psychologist, Delhi

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Dr. Shraddha Banerjee 92% (51 ratings) M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, Bsc - Psychology, Msc - App... Psychologist, Delhi
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Education
M.Phil - Clinical Psychology - S.C.B Medical College & Hospital Cuttack - 2015
Bsc - Psychology - Tripura University - 2005
Msc - Applied Psychology - University of Kolkata - 2007
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Gold Medalist Tripura University

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Understanding Addiction And The Key Steps To Recover From It!

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, Bsc - Psychology, Msc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Understanding Addiction And The Key Steps To Recover From It!

What is Addiction?

Addiction is a condition in which individual engages in using a substance or seeking a behaviour which leads to rewarding effects in the brain and it reinforce the individual to repeat the using or seeking behaviour again and again. Addiction develops gradually over a period of time and due to the repetition of same pleasure seeking pattern individual become physically and psychologically dependent on the substance or to any other object at the center of addiction.

People can get addicted to many substances like, alcohol, nicotine, drugs, solvents, etc. In case of these substances, physical and mental dependency both can occur. There are other objects and behaviours which also activate brain reward system in the same way and can make people dependent on them, like gambling, shopping, videogames, watching pornography, etc. But in case of these objects or behaviours, psychological dependency can be more prominent.

It has been seen that there are lots of other mental problems found among individuals suffering from any kind of addiction, like anxiety, depression, personality disorders, psychosis, etc. Individual who is addicted to a substance or an object or behaviour indulge into compulsive pattern of seeking the same inspite of their detrimental consequences. Consequences of addiction can be seen on person’s health, personal life, occupational life and social life. Addiction can lead to severe unmanageability in one’s life.

Especially when it comes to substances, like alcohol, nicotine or any kind of drugs, we must understand how the tolerance level of the brain develops? Tolerance develops when an individual no longer responds to a substance in the way he/she did at first. So, it takes a higher dose of the substance to achieve the same effect as when the individual first used it. This is why people with substance use disorders use more and more of a drug to get the “high” feeling that they seek.

A blog posted by an alcoholic:

“I always wished I could drink like other people. But I never could. I thought it was the third drink that got me into trouble. If I only had two, then I’d be fine. Thing is, once I put that first drink to my lips, I could no longer accurately predict what would happen next. I might go home, but I might not.

You’d think if I made it home, then my drinking was a success. Wrong! If I made it home after two drinks, there was an insatiable need raging within me and I was gonna take it out on you.  After all, you’re the reason why I had to come home. I would punish my family by being silent, or mean, or emotionally distant.

Looking back, it was never intentional. I didn’t purposely choose not to go home.  I didn’t leave the house with a suitcase containing a fresh set of clothes, a tooth brush and my cosmetics. Seriously, I was only going out for ‘a few.” 

If anybody can relate to this or can understand this, he or she can understand tolerance, powerlessness and unmanageability.

How to recover from addiction?

To be an addict can’t be anybody’s choice, but recovery can be one’s choice. The first key step to come out of your addiction is developing acceptance. For a person to admit their powerlessness in addiction to drugs or alcohol or to any other object at the center of addiction is a monumental first step to recovery. Powerlessness means the person do not have any control over his/her use of substance. Powerlessness may indicate weakness and helplessness; some may think it fosters a victim mentality. Acceptance starts developing when a person admit that he or she is powerless over the substance or object at the center of addiction and their life have become unmanageable because of that.

Addiction is a disease and recovery is not an easy process. Individuals who are already into the grip of addiction need to seek help. One cannot go through the journey of recovery alone. There is a myth that addiction is a habit and one can get out of it if he or she has the ‘Will Power’. It’s actually not true. To get out of the disease you need to develop ‘Skill Power’, like skills to understand your physical and psychological mechanisms when it comes to the substance or the object of addictions, skills to handle cravings, skills to be assertive enough to manage social cues, skills to deal with day to day life stressors, etc. And in this process of developing skills and maintaining your recovery you need help of professionals.

A complete treatment program has three important approaches. First one is psychopharmacological (medicine) approach, second is psychotherapeutic approach and the third one is the 12 step program of alcohol/narcotics anonymous. A combination of psychotherapies along with the basic essence of 12 step program can bring greater outcomes in individual suffering from addiction.

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Doctors, anonymously Home > Anxiety > Health Feed > Questions > Hai sir/madam, I am getting sexual thoughts about god in. Health Query Anxiety Hai sir/madam, I am getting sexual thoughts about god in my mind After that I feeling anxiety. I am getting impulse and feeling fear of loosing control and acting out. I am getting a questions from inside that this is a sexual fantasy. I am feeling sexual arousal (groinal response) at the time of the thoughts about god coming in to my mind. I know this is unwelcome and involuntarily getting this type of thoughts. I already got online counselling about my problems and I got information from physiatrist that this is a taboo thoughts that's why feeling anxiety but these type of thoughts and arousal is common. Don't get anxiety and they given me some task to get out of this problem. I did that things and got relief but not cured totally Pls help me.

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, Bsc - Psychology, Msc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Gurgaon
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Home > Anxiety > Health Feed > Questions > Hai sir/madam, I am getting sexual thoughts about god...
Did your psychiatrist prescribe you medications? If yes then you have to take that for a long time to get rid of this. Continue your psychological consultations too regularly. Medicines and psychotherapy both are needed in your case for a long time. Symptoms you mentioned are suggestive of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Don't be restless and expect instant result. Psychological problems needs time to get fixed. Take care.
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For last few months, I feel less sexual desires. I have lost hard erection. Hence I am worried. This has recently happened to me. I am about to get married and I am concerned about this situation. I used to smoke at one point. But now I have stopped smoking, I often eat healthy, rarely drink, workout daily. But energy is all lost. I do not feel the same rigor in my body sexually I need to consult a good doctor here in delhi, but I am worried amd concerned how to talj and whom to about my situation. I am trying to change my lifestyle completely, getting up early exercising and doing yoga. I was concerned about changes in my body hence I male my schedule of tasks to di in last one month. Kindly help me with a good sexologist. Would be appreciated.

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, Bsc - Psychology, Msc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Gurgaon
For last few months, I feel less sexual desires. I have lost hard erection. Hence I am worried. This has recently hap...
Dear Lybrate User, You can visit to a clinical psychologist for sex therapy. From your writing I have an impression that you have associated anxieties. Which you should address. As you don't have any physical difficulties you can go for psychotherapy specially from a clinical psychologist because they are licensed. Online sessions are also available. don't feel shy. Everything will be confidential.
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Sir I'm suffering from thoughts problem since 2014. every time I suffer from a lots of thoughts which dig the pitch of my mind and then I went on depression. I have also problem of being angry at a very simple point. And noted i'm just 18 years old. So I want solution of these problems. If you help me I shall obliged to you. Thank U.

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Psychologist, Delhi
Sir I'm suffering from thoughts problem since 2014. every time I suffer from a lots of thoughts which dig the pitch o...
Dear Lybrate User, You have problem with your obsessions which brings lots of distress in you and make you anxious. Anger issues may or may not be connected with these obsessional preoccupations. Detail evaluation needed. You must undergo psychotherapy. For both these you can visit a clinical psychologist. They are the best persons to help you in your conditions.
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Hello I am addicted of pornography how does side effects on the brain I am suffering to anxiety and panic attacks.

M PHIL (Clinical Psychology)
Psychologist, Delhi
Hello I am addicted of pornography how does side effects on the brain I am suffering to anxiety and panic attacks.
Start taking sessions from a clinical psychologist. It will help you to understand your problem and find out a way. Online sessions are also available and you can go and visit also.
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Hello Doc, because of misunderstanding with my alcoholic husband I came to my mothers house. My husband adamant for five days. He was drinking alcohol all time without eating food. What is the first treatment I should do for him. Alcohol without food will have worst effect please help what I should do. Handling him is very difficult.

M PHIL (Clinical Psychology)
Psychologist, Delhi
Get him admitted to a hospital where psychiatrist is available. They will detox his body. Wash out all the alcohol. And he must undergo psychiatric and psychological treatment at the same time.
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Sir since last 5 months my behaviour is changed I get angry in little things and feels like I am going to die Whenever I get angry I wanted to do suicide and I over react on little things Is this any psychological problem? This happening after I turned 18.

M PHIL (Clinical Psychology)
Psychologist, Delhi
Yes. It is psychological problem. You need some anger management sessions from clinical psychologist. It will help you to manage your anger in a better way. You can also consult me online through Lybrate or visit any clinical psychologist for sessions.
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Sir I had loose somebody who is very close to me and since get depressed mostly all the time sir help me to recover.

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, Bsc - Psychology, Msc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Sir I had loose somebody who is very close to me and since get depressed mostly all the time sir help me to recover.
Loss of your loved one is always take a troll on your mental health. You go for some healing sessions. Clinical psychologist can help you in this regard. You can take online sessions from me through Lybrate. Or visit any clinical psychologist near you.
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