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We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to ......more
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AP is known for housing experienced Psychiatrists. Dr. Alok Pandey, a well-reputed Psychiatrist, practices in Faridabad. Visit this medical health centre for Psychiatrists recommended by 63 patients.

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AMARNAGAR
Faridabad, Haryana - 121000

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Dr. Alok Pandey

M.Sc - Physiology
Psychiatrist
2 Years experience
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Eating Disorders And Suicidal Thoughts - Are They Related?

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, M.Sc - Neuropsychology
Psychologist, Zirakpur
Eating Disorders And Suicidal Thoughts - Are They Related?

Eating disorders can harm your physical and mental health. Anorexia, bulimia and binge eating are some of the most common eating disorders. They are typically caused by dissatisfaction with physical appearances. Feeling bad about how you look can often lead to depression. In many cases, this can also lead to suicidal thoughts. Here are a few reasons for this.

  1. Feeling of hopelessness: Eating disorders typically start out as ways to lose weight and look better. Most patients think that this will make them more popular amongst friends and colleagues. However, when they do not see themselves winning more friends because of their new figure, it can lead to feelings of despair and hopelessness. This can make them feel unworthy of living and give rise to suicidal thoughts.
  2. Malnourishment: By not eating enough food, the body is deprived of essential nutrients. This can give rise to a number of health issues. Malnourishment also influences how the neurons in the brain function. It can hamper the person’s ability to think clearly and contribute to a distorted sense of reality. As a result, the person may be more easily influenced by negativity.
  3. Feeling of being a burden: The combination of helplessness, negativity and nutrient deficiency can make the person feel as though they were a burden on everyone else. The attention given to them by friends and family can further intensify such thoughts. In many cases, the person may end up having suicidal thoughts that if he were to give up his life, his friends and family would be better off without him.
  4. Unrealistic ideals: People with eating disorders typically have unrealistic ideals of the lifestyle and figure they would like to have. When they do not see these goals being achieved in the manner that they dreamt of, it can cause frustration. This can make the person feel worse about himself or herself.

Like any other disease or disorder, it is essential for people with eating disorders to get professional help overcoming their habits. Parents, friends and other members of the family should be supportive and be on the lookout for signs of suicidal thoughts. This includes talking about death, researching means of suicide, not being able to sleep or sleeping too much, isolating oneself from people around, losing interest in activities and hobbies etc. If the person does seem to be having suicidal thoughts, they should not be ignored but brought to the notice of a counsellor immediately.

I can't sleep at night I try full night to sleep but I can't and fill fear in heart and chest .i can't remember anything my memory problems is now a big deal for me I can't remember what happened in some time ago .I can't remember anyone name he or she told me there name I forgot in a second and can't recall what he said .I can't talk anyone with remembering words and thoughts .I can't understand what people saying me. Those problems are appears when I take some medicine for my other psychiatric disorders. I don't have any memory related problems but when I take those medicine than may memory problems started. please help me I am facing so many problems in my daily life.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I can't sleep at night I try full night to sleep but I can't and fill fear in heart and chest .i can't remember anyth...
You can always talk to your doctor about your problems and concerns and discuss about the solution. Counselling will also help a lot along with the medicines. You also have to develop the will to lead a normal routine life which is disciplined and focused. Start with daily exercise (begin with 30 mins and extend it to 1-2 hours spread across the 24 hrs schedule ). Eat healthy homemade food while avoiding junk/processed and packaged food and beverages. Have your priorities noted down and work in that direction. Being busy in your work will help you to focus your attention to the present situation and enjoy the moment. Work with total dedication without any fear of failure. You can also start Homeopathy which can be given after a detailed case history. You can contact me for further information.
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My mind is always worried stressed due to worries and tensions. I feel uncomfortable what should I do?

Masters In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
My mind is always worried stressed due to worries and tensions. I feel uncomfortable what should I do?
Talk about your thoughts please reach out to us for a session consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling connect with me through text or audio on Lybrate app all the best.
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My mother 57 year old is suffered from mental disorder called OCD. She loves to do a lot more cleaning. She wash refrigerator and TV every alternate day. Please suggest some good psychologist or treatment for her. Thanks.

Masters In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
She is having ocd please reach out to us for a session consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling connect with me through text or audio on Lybrate app all the best.
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9 Homeopathic Medicines To Deal With Stress!

BHMS
Homeopath, Guntur
9 Homeopathic Medicines To Deal With Stress!

Stress is the physical or emotional response of the body to an internal or external stimulus that upsets the equilibrium of the body. The contemporary lifestyle causes a lot of stress, which may have adverse impacts on your health. The stress hormones which are secreted in animals only during starvation, childbirth or torture are secreted in human beings all the time.

Natural remedies like homeopathy can be used to combat stress without harmful side effects. Since stress is responsible for several health problems and homeopathy aims at eliminating the root cause of said disorders, these remedies can cure a lot of stress related problems too.

The common homeopathic medicines used to deal with stress are:

  1. Arsenicum album: It is beneficial for people who are anxious, fastidious, nervous or excessively critical. It is also used for patients who exhibit tendencies of paranoia, such as arriving hours early for an appointment out of an irrational fear of being late.
  2. Calcarea carbonica: It is an appropriate remedy for work related stress or burnout. Often, people feel an intense amount of pressure at their workplaces because they feel that they are constantly being watched and evaluated, and are afraid of making even minor mistakes or have strict deadlines to meet.
  3. Gelsemium: Gelsemium is an immediate solution to anxiety and apprehension caused by an upcoming event such as a performance, an interview or a test. Gelsemium can relieve symptoms like short-term paralysis, increased pulse rate, dizzinessnausea and indigestion.
  4. Argentum nitricum: It is useful for nervous fits and impulses caused by suggestibility and extreme mental exertion.
  5. Ignatia amara: This is used to deal with depression caused by stress factors like humiliation, fear, guilt and loss. People who go into shock can also be treated with Ignatia amara.
  6. Kali phosphoricum: It can provide relief from exhaustion due to overwork or prolonged illness. The patient becomes over sensitive, anxious and feels unable to cope with stress.
  7. Natrum muriaticum: It is the treatment for symptoms like insomnia, claustrophobia, frequent headaches and pain around the eyes. It is also used to treat stress caused by isolation and dejection.
  8. Pulsatilla: It is a remedy for mild or violent mood swings caused by stress. The patient may alternate between over excitement and depression within a very short period of time.
  9. Sepia: It is a homeopathic medicine that is used to treat patients of stress who have developed cognitive defect and memory problems. 

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am 23 years old. I am depressed. So I consult psychiatrist. He prescribed nexitoplus for 10 days. The message I type now was after ate one tablet. It makes me calm down which I actually need. But it apart from my originality. So I don't want to continue. Can I stop this immediately after 3 to 5 days. Or I need to consult the doctor who prescribed me. Please clarify my doubt. Urgent. I already get answer for this question. But need to know if I stop after ate 3or 4 tablets it results in any side effects? Very urgent please.

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Agartala
I am 23 years old. I am depressed. So I consult psychiatrist. He prescribed nexitoplus for 10 days. The message I typ...
Hello madam. I do not what made so fear about drugs. Our drugs r made to be continued for long time. Do not think about side effect. If you have symptoms for long time then do not skip drugs. Else the symptoms will re appear and wl be more diff to treat. Our drugs need long time about 6 months in depression to have long lasting effect. Be free from mind n meet your psychiatrist. Have good journey of success.
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3 Causes Of Schizophrenia And Its Symptoms!

MBBS, MD - Neuropsychiatry
Psychiatrist, Varanasi
3 Causes Of Schizophrenia And Its Symptoms!

Schizophrenia is a disease of the mind that is usually degenerative in nature. The complex disorder is generally characterized by symptoms, such as delusions, hallucinations (both auditory and visual) and disturbances in speech and is usually chronic in nature. The symptoms are not regular and can appear at any point of time. So it is highly possible that a person suffering from schizophrenia may sometimes bear resemblance to any other normal person and all of a sudden, might exhibit symptoms typical of Schizophrenia.

The causes of Schizophrenia include:

  1. Brain Dysfunction: Abnormalities in the cerebral cortex (the cerebrum’s outer covering that is vital in regulating consciousness) of the brain is the most common cause of this disorder. This is due to the presence of abnormally enlarged ventricles in that region. The decreased brain size owing to the enlarged ventricles is often related to the hallucinations and delusions experienced by schizophrenics.
  2. Genetic Factors: Studies have also stated ‘genetics’ to be an important cause behind this disorder. Closer the family ties, higher the risks of transmitting the disorder.
  3. Biochemical Factors: More than one neurotransmitter is being targeted by recent drugs to control schizophrenia.


Symptoms which most people do not experience normally, but are found in people diagnosed with schizophrenia are said to be positive symptoms. They are:

  1. Hallucinations: These are sensory experiences of things that do not exist outside the mind. Hallucinations usually manifest in the form of auditory or visual images.
  2. Delusions: Delusions on the other hand are false beliefs one has about oneself. Delusions are of 3 major types:
    • Grandeur: Wherein the person imagines himself to be a famous personality
    • Persecution: The belief that somebody somewhere is plotting against you and the whole world is going to get you.
    • Control: The belief that a larger force, let’s say a witch, a demon or even a duck for that matter is controlling your actions.

These positive symptoms generally respond well to medications.
In addition to this, schizophrenics think and speak differently than the rest of the society. They jump from idea to idea, lose track of speech mid-way and often speak in fragmented and haphazardly joined sentences. They are, in fact, unable to fix their attention on anything in particular.
Examples of the most common negative symptoms include:

  1. The flat effect: The individual basically shows no facial expression and always has a flat emotionless mask on while staring into space. At times, they have inappropriate reactions to situations. Example - they might laugh at somebody's death and cry ad get angry when something good happens. 
  2. Avolition: This condition occurs when the individual just sit for hours doing nothing as well as behaves in a way lacking any motivation or enthusiasm.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

5 Quick Tips To Deal With The Post-Surgery Pain!

MBBS, MS
General Surgeon, Faridabad
5 Quick Tips To Deal With The Post-Surgery Pain!

When a person is told of the need to undergo surgery, one of the first things that comes to mind is the pain after the procedure. Is it going to be very painful? How long is it going to last? How to manage it? These are some questions that doctors are repeatedly asked and they spend quite a bit of time trying to put the patient at ease.

The talk about post-surgery pain management should begin well ahead of surgery so that the patient can plan accordingly and be mentally prepared. There could be cases where the patient may need to have a caretaker when back home so that they can assist in daily chores and manage pain. Read on to know some of the tips to manage pain.

  1. Expect the pain: Talk to your doctor well in advance so that you are mentally prepared for the pain that will come post the surgery. The type of pain, duration, radiation to surrounding areas, etc., will help to plan in pain management. While back surgery produces spasms, abdominal surgery can cause cramps in the stomach. If you have pre-existing conditions like chronic pain, the pain is likely to get worse.
  2. Beat the pain: After surgery, take the pain medication before the anesthetic effect wears off. This gives enough time for the medication to kick in before the effect of anesthesia wears off. Else, there could be a period of intense pain, which can be quite difficult to manage. Though some people avoid pain medications, take them if you need. Also, if you had side effects with any, let your medical team know so that an alternative medicine can be prescribed.
  3. Emotional management: A surgery comes with a lot of anxiety and depression. This could be due to social, financial, physical, and emotional reasons. Pain is a lot more emotional than physical, so preparing for pain helps in dealing with it better. Talking to friends and family can be really help you deal with the entire situation and If required, you can reach out to social workers or counsellors so that you are at ease with other issues and manage pain better.
  4. Alternative therapies: For some, in addition to the painkillers, therapies like mild yoga, acupressure, meditation, music, and other relaxation techniques work wonders. They soothe the mind and make sure pain is lot reduced. They also improve blood circulation and thereby promote healing. Quicker healing promotes pain relief, making it further easy.
  5. Types of pain relief measures: Depending on the severity of the postsurgical pain, one of the following may be used
    • PCA or patient-controlled analgesia: The patient can program the amount of pain medicine via a small pump.
    • Nerve blocks: This is useful to control pain over a specific area supplied by a nerve.
    • Oral pills: In mild to moderate cases, tablets are given to control pain. Depending on their duration of action, repeat doses are planned. Narcotics could be used initially before switching to non-narcotic painkillers.

​​In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

I am feeling forehead tightness for long time, more than 3 month. I was prescribed to continue fludac 10 for 1 month. I did that, but only 60 percent I am cured. Till date I am feeling some pressure on head. It get worse when I move outside or in crowded area.

MBBS, D.P.M, MD, PLAB, MRCPsych
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I am feeling forehead tightness for long time, more than 3 month. I was prescribed to continue fludac 10 for 1 month....
Dear Sir, Please consult your psychiatrist and review your medication if 10 mg Fluoxetine is not working for you. Apart from medicine, you will benefit from psychological therapy and relaxation techniques. Thanks.
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