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Dr. Sneha Patki(gadkari)

MD - Homeopathy, MD - Homeopathy
86%  (66 ratings)
7 Years Experience
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Dr. Sneha Patki(gadkari) is a popular Homeopath in Hadapsar, Pune. She has been a practicing Homeopath for 7 years. She has completed MD - Homeopathy, MD - Homeopathy. You can meet Dr. Sneha Patki(gadkari) personally at Heal Complete Homoeopathic Clinic in Hadapsar, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sneha Patki(gadkari) and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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    Dr. Sneha Patki(gadkari)

    51 stress management tips to help you manage your stress

    1. Seek professional help

    2. Change your diet

    3. Increase exercise

    4. Drink more water

    5. Learn to meditate

    6. Read a positive thinking book

    7. Start a new hobby

    8. Spend at least 10 minutes in the early morning or late afternoon sunshine

    9. Go for a walk

    10. Talk to your parents

    11. Talk to your friends

    12. Talk to work colleagues

    13. Find time for yourself

    14. Learn positive affirmations

    15. Do a positive thinking course or buy a book

    16. Concentrate on your breathing

    17. Stay calm

    18. Find a healthy way to release your energy

    19. Join a sporting team

    20. Talk about your feelings

    21. Don't be afraid of failure

    22. Learn ways to relax

    23. Spend quality time with your family

    24. Spend quality time with your friends

    25. Belief in yourself

    26. Give yourself another chance

    27. Learn to just stop

    28. Approach something new with a positive mind

    29. Reward yourself for your attempts

    30. Acknowledge the good in yourself

    31. Get organised

    32. Write to-do lists (achievable)

    33. Set yourself realistic goals and reward yourself when you reach them

    34. Cut back on alcohol

    35. Cut back on smoking

    36. Avoid too much coffee

    37. Avoid nonprescription drugs

    38. Play with your kids

    39. Spend time with your partner

    40. Have more early nights

    41. Take the tv out of the bedroom or, at least, don't have it on at bedtime

    42. Stay positive

    43. Learn about breathing techniques

    44. Try assertiveness training

    45. Try to stop negative thoughts

    46. Listen to your body

    47. Learn to say no

    48. Accept other people's failures

    49. Ask for help

    50. Accept what you can't change

    51. Learn from your mistakes

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    • Are there any health disorders related with prolonged computer usage?

    Yes. As contemporary work, education and recreation involves computers, everyone needs to be aware of the hazards of prolonged computer usage.

    • How serious is the impact of Computer related health disorders?

    Computer related disorders which began to be reported in India around 15 years ago are now developing into an epidemic among the computer users.

    It is estimated that world-wide, more than 25% of computer users are already suffering from computer related disorders. It is now proved that the duration of computer work and the severity of complaints are positively correlated. Occupationally caused Repetitive Stress Injuries rank first among the health problems, in the frequency with which they affect the quality of life.

    • What are the common disorders which can arise due to prolonged computer use?

    Following are some of the common conditions which can arise as a result of continuous use of computers-                                                                                                



    1. Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI)                                                    
    2. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome                                                                              
    3. Cervical Spondylitis
    4. Computer Vision Syndrome
    5. Computer Addiction or Cyber addictive disorders
    6. Depression
    • What are the commons signs & symptoms of these disorders?




    (RSI): They occur from repeated physical movements which cause damage to tendons, nerves, muscles and other soft tissues. Repetitive strain injuries are on the rise because of faulty typing techniques, poor body posture and positions. Lack of adequate rest between work and excessive use of force while using the mouse or the keyboard can lead to repetitive stress injuries (RSI).

    Tightness, discomfort, stiffness, burning in the hands, wrist, fingers, forearms and elbows. Tingling numbness of the hands with loss of strength and lack of co-ordination occurs. There is pain in the upper back, shoulders and neck. Work quality and quality can be significantly affected

    CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME: The carpal tunnel is an area of the wrist, bordered on one side by the carpal bones and on the other side by the flexor retinaculum. The median nerve arises at the level of the sixth cervical vertebra in the neck & lies beneath the flexor retinaculum in company with the flexor tendons of the hand. If the available space within the strong walled tunnel is reduced the nerve is compressed.

    It has been recognized that repetitive movements at the wrist, as occurs with prolonged use of a computer keyboard can lead to inflammation in the carpal tunnel leading to carpal tunnel syndrome.

    Symptoms are sensory & motor-tingling numbness, or discomfort in the radial three and a  half digits of the hand(area supplied by the median nerve), feeling of clumsiness in carrying out fine movements, later on there may be blunting of sensibility in the median nerve distribution and eventually wasting & weakness of the median innervated  small muscles of the hand.

    COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME: Computer vision syndrome is the complex of eye and vision problems related to near work which are experienced during computer use. People who use computers for more than two hours per day can develop computer vision syndrome. Predisposing conditions like uncorrected or improperly corrected refractive errors, binocular dysfunctions and focusing deficiencies may exacerbate the problem. Poor lighting, inadequate viewing distance, improperly designed workstation, poor contrast, glare and reflection all contribute to computer vision syndrome.

    The symptoms consists of fatigue, headache, dry eyes, eye strain, blurred vision, neck pain, backache, altered colour perception, double vision, etc.

    COMPUTER ADDICTION/CYBER ADDICTION/INTERNET ADDICTION DISORDER: This is very similar to pathological gambling, compulsive shopping or any other addiction

    • Having a sense of well-being or euphoria when working at the computer.
    • Inability to stop the activity and craving for more time at the computer
    • Neglect of family and friends
    • Lying to employers and family about his activities.
    • Problems with school or job.
    • Feeling empty, depressed or irritable when not at the computer.


    DEPRESSION: Researchers have found a high degree of co-relation between the time spend on the internet and an increased incidence of depression. It is believed that these individuals lead an unfulfilled social life, which leads to further loneliness and depression.

    Loneliness, dissatisfaction, inability to focus attention, sleep loss, poor performance in studies or other work, loss of appetite or excessive hunger, etc

    IMPAIRED BOWEL FUNCTION: Although confirmatory evidence is still lacking to support this view, many physicians and surgeons agree to increasing incidence of constipation in long term computer users. It is believed that a more then 6-8 hrs of computer work daily may cause a kind of inertia of the large bowels. This is very similar to unsatisfactory stools which is so common among travelers or after a prolonged journey.

    Constipation, unsatisfactory stools, flatulence





    • What are the precautions which can help minimizing these potential health disturbances?

    A change in the work habits as well as the work place is essential to prevent all these above

    mentioned conditions-                          




    • Use proper posture to reduce stress on muscles, bones and tendons.
    • Site of a 90degrees angle with your arms reaching to the key board, at a 100degrees angle.
    • Your knees should extend 4-6 inches off the edge of the seat and bend at a 90oangle.
    • Use an adjustable chair with full back support. Raise your chair to level where your knees are slightly below the level of your hips.
    • Use correct typing techniques. Avoid using force while typing or holding the mouse.
    • Avoid holding the telephone between your neck and shoulders.
    • Keep your body and mind as relaxed as possible, breathe regularly and deeply.
    • Alternate non-computer jobs with computer jobs.
    • Eliminate unnecessary computer usage.
    • Take micro breaks at least every 15-30 minutes. Use ‘break reminder’ software packages. Longer breaks should be taken every hour or two of intensive computer use. Do stretching exercises during breaks.
    • Lead a healthy life style.
    • Use of speech recognition software as alternative to the keyboard input can be tried.


    • Palming exercise: Briskly rub your hands and palms together for 5 to 10 seconds, until they are warm. Cup the warmed palm over your closed eyes. Relax your brow. Breathe regularly and easily


    • 20/20/20 exercise : Take a short break of 20 second approximately every 20 minutes and look at an object more than 20 feet away.




    The elements of a good work station setup include-

    Work chair: A good adjustable chair with firm support, a good seat cushioning with a waterfall front edge, pneumatic seat height adjustability, swivel seat, five legs with casters.
    The seat should provide firm support to the lumbar region of the back and should accommodate a slightly backward lean. The chair’s adjustment controls should be easy to operate and to reach. If the chair’s height is too high at the lowest adjustment, a footrest can be used.

    Keyboard: The computer keyboard should be placed at approximately elbow height with the surface at a comfortable angle. The hands and wrists should be held in a neutral position when typing. The wrists should be straight and not bend upwards, downwards or sideways. The shoulders should be relaxed, the upper arms should hang comfortable down along the sides of the body and the elbows should not be cocked out away from the body.

    Mouse : The mouse should be so placed that the shoulders and upper arms can be relaxed and close to the body while operating the mouse. Keep the wrist and hands in neutral position. Use as little force as possible. Use of mouse wrist support can be useful.
    Monitor : The top of the display screen should be at a slightly below eye level and about 18" to 24" away from the face. Copy should be placed on a copy stand in front of the worker and at about the same height as the monitor.



    • Does Homoeopathy have any role in the management of these Computer Related Health Disorders?

    Yes. Homoeopathic treatment can be extremely beneficial in treating complaints of repeated strain injuries, carpel tunnel syndrome, depression as well as the gastrointestinal disturbances.  However Computer vision syndrome, especially the refractive errors needed to be corrected using appropriate lenses as these cannot be rectified with homoeopathic medicines alone.   

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