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My father took decision to quit smoke. He had been smoking for thirty years . Presently he has not smoked for 6 days and he is feeling very anxious and irritated all the time. Please also recommend how to detoxify the lungs too.
How to remember things like names, I feel difficulty in learning names of people and places in current news.
My brother inlaw's child is have some thing odd behavior because he thought about study and not want to study please help?
I am taking nexito plus tablet is this harmful? Past 3 month I suffer with anxiety disorder (panic disorder), now I am feeling well with this tablet, what are the side effects of using this tablet? And now I am feeling well shall I stop this medicine without consulting dr? Shall I re-start if necessary? I am not able to wake up early morning shall I take this medicine evening 6 pm or 7 pm empty stomach?
Due to break up with my intimate girl friend I m very very depressed.I cant sleep properly and feel suffocated many times.Please help me.
Iam not able to recall my memory properly even when reading or talking iam not able to understand properly iam using medicines for schizophrenia since 4 years doctors are saying its a type of mental desease but they are not believing that only thinks which are useful to me are not able to recall pls help
I have been smoking from last four to five years and I am addict of it now. Now I want to quit smoking. How can you help me.
Peer pressure occurs when a person engages in certain activities against his/her wishes only because other people around are doing it.
However, in school/college, your friends tend to be influential and with the intention of impressing them or “fitting in”, you might lapse into the kaleidoscope of alcohol, narcotic substances and other unfavourable habits.
Dealing with peer pressure is essential as it will keep you focused and help you remember the reason you came to school/college for. Once you give into peer pressure, turning back is very difficult and prolonged exposure to the wrong company and substances will lead to your downfall. Thus, avoiding peer pressure in an absolutely new setting is necessary.
Here are a few ways to avoid/deal with peer pressure:
- Introspection: It is important to know yourself and the beliefs and morals you believe in to live by your own principles. To know yourself better, you need to introspect- Do you think drinking alcohol is wrong? Is lying to your parents dangerous? Will smoking actually make you happy?
When you are aware of the values you stand for, you will be able to take a stand better when someone forces you to do something contradictory to your beliefs.
- Don’t be afraid to say no: Don’t be afraid to take a negative stance regarding something you don’t want to engage in. If your companions are still forcing you, do not change your stance and try something for the sake of it. Say no with conviction and the more certain you are with your stand, the lesser people will force you into something.
- Choose your friends wisely: This doesn’t mean that you need to limit yourself to interacting with only certain kind of people. However, when the situation boils down to building good relations, it is advisable that you choose people who share the same beliefs and values as you. This makes you less prone to peer pressure as your friends will constantly keep reminding you what’s wrong.
- Avoid stressful situations: If you think you won’t be able to handle the pressure inflicted you on by your peers, avoid those situations. For example, in a party, if you’re being forced to drink alcohol despite you denying, head for the exit.
Dear sir/ madam, I was topper in our class till 8th standard that time I had high thinking power, memory power and understanding power. But after 9th standard suddenly I lost all these powers day by day. Now I am unable to think, understand and remember suddenly. I do not know what to tell suddenly it takes more time to get that words. What is the treatment for this? how to gain all these powers again back normally as previous?
How to concentrate on my competition exams. I get emotional thoughts when I am studying. So many times I cried in the mud night about my future.
Hi doctors. I'm 28 yr old male, i'm facing a lot of problems at this age. My head is paining all the day and i'm getting angry on everyone who is around me, I feel alone, I do masturbate a lot almost everyday, i'm a chain smoker. At Least 20 to 25 cigarettes per day, i'm having problems with my parents. End up with arguments and I'm going to loss my family business too, i'm elder son in my family and I don't have any respect in my family life, many people told me that i'm definitely facing some psychic problems, I do get angry everytime on everyone, my girlfriend thinks i'm psycho, i'm takin everything for granted, which leads me to live an easy life, i'm running from hard work, i'm really very tensed about my future, so I please request you to give me a right path and if you can then please consult me. I'll b thankful to you all.
Social anxiety is the term used to portray an extreme state of shyness. Everyone feels on edge in certain social situations, yet for a few people it can be somewhat more extraordinary and overwhelming. For instance it might influence their decision to attend a university, do a certain job or even their love life to some extent. Situations where individuals regularly encounter social nervousness include:
- Public speaking
- Conversing with power figures
- Conversing with a gathering of individuals or a person
- Eating in broad daylight
- Any performance based circumstances
However, there are a few ways in which one can overcome social anxiety. These include:
- Getting rid of unhelpful thoughts: The way that we see or perceive things affects our social anxiety. A number of these musings happen outside of our control, and can be negative or unhelpful. It is hence essential to recollect that they are only thoughts, and are not really truths. Despite the fact that we may trust a ton of our unhelpful thoughts when we are socially anxious, we need to address them since they are generally built on wrong assumptions.
- Increasing external focus during social interactions: When we are socially on the edge, we have a tendency to invest a great deal of our energy in focusing on our own sensations. This is because we expect that our tension is noticeable to others. For instance, we may invest energy attempting to judge whether we are sweating, shaking, or blushing. This technique aggravates things even more. This is because we tend to overestimate how obvious our tension is and this obviously makes us feel much more unsure. Additionally, by concentrating on ourselves, we are kept from completely focusing on the discussions around us. This normally makes it even harder to participate and we wind up connecting less than we could or should have.
- Getting rid of avoidance and safety behaviours: When we are socially restless, we have a tendency to dodge social circumstances (e.g. parties; little gatherings, requesting a discount and so forth). In any case, if we continue maintaining a strategic distance from the situations we fear, we will never find the opportunity to explain to ourselves that we can handle them and our certainty stays low. At whatever point socially anxious people do enter the situations they fear, they tend to utilise safety practices (e.g. staying close to a good friend at a gathering; remaining silent when in a gathering to avoid looking absurd and foolish).
The most ideal approach to diminish your anxiety towards social circumstances is to continuously stand up to them, without depending on safety practices. Obviously, going up against social circumstances or situations can be overwhelming, particularly given that our anxiety levels frequently increase when we do so. Therapy can also be used to get over these tendencies. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.