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Dr. Mamta Singla

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Dr. Mamta Singla is a popular Psychologist in Sector-51, Gurgaon. You can meet Dr. Mamta Singla personally at Artemis Medicare Services Pvt. Ltd in Sector-51, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Mamta Singla on Lybrate.com.

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I have laughing problem. I laugh a lot even in serious sad ocassion. In classroom also. A smile in my face every time. One day a man slap me for laughing on him. Is this any adolescent disorder.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I have laughing problem. I laugh a lot even in serious sad ocassion. In classroom also. A smile in my face every time...
HI lybrate-user, Sometimes, you just can't help feeling the urge to laugh. If you allow yourself to laugh during serious moments, you may end up accidentally offending someone. While it might not be that easy to stifle a laugh, for most people it can be done. If you feel the urge to laugh or say something completely irrelevant, excuse yourself immediately, if possible Think before you laugh. If someone says "My mother just died, your reaction may be to laugh. Not to make fun of the person or act like you do not care about their loss, but the sudden change of subject to something sad is awkward for you, so you feel like laughing or getting out of the conversation. Although you may not notice it, something triggers you to do so. Think first, then react. Listen closely to what the person says. Imagine immediately if you were in their situation. What would you do? Would you want someone laughing at you if your mother died? Listening to the person, then putting yourself in their place will help you realize that it's not something unimportant and funny. Think of something sad and depressing. If you need inspiration, the daily news is usually full of unfortunate events that will suffice to calm you down. Think about something that makes you want to cry. Although this can be unpleasant, it usually takes care of the uncontrollable urge to laugh. If sadness doesn't work, fear is also extremely effective. Think of a scene from a horror movie you just saw or a car accident. This is physically proven to work because the adrenaline (the fear hormone) released from your brain when you have these thoughts will block out the endorphins (the happiness or laughing hormone). It may take some practice to convince yourself enough of the fear, but once you have mastered it, it's very effective. Try pinching yourself or causing some other strong physical sensation, such as biting your inner cheek or your tongue (don't bite too hard!). Bite each side of your mouth together, so that the edge of your lips aren't rising up to make you smile or laugh. Hold your breath when you are about to laugh. This can act as a distraction, helping you beat the urge to laugh out loud. If you still squeeze out a smile which other people tend to notice, press your lips together so it doesn't look like you're smiling. Sometimes when you hold your breath though, it just squeezes the laugh out even louder or you laugh at yourself, so be cautious. Also, Use your breathing to control the laughter. Try exhaling as much of the air as possible from your lungs. This removal of the air will not allow the laugh to continue and make it stop. This usually works best when combined with the coughing technique mentioned above. A combination of techniques is often the best! Close your mouth and breathe heavily through your nose, as if you are laughing, just without opening your mouth. It can be covered up as a cold or something of that nature. Lastly, Distract yourself. Try a method for thinking about something else, or self calming. Some approaches that may help include: Count backwards from 10 to 1. If this doesn't work, try again. Even forward counting can help. Consult with me for counseling and therapy to figure out if it actually warrants more attention.
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I drink 3 times a week and my age is 23 so do i have any side effects for this in future?

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
Well you do not state how much you drink each time. If you take two drinks at a time, then it is not a problem immediately. If you do not have much self-control in other areas, then one day you will start losing control in your drinking too. Or if you are susceptible to stress, you will increase your drinking. If you have any preconditions to addictions, you will be prone to increase the quantity and frequency of drinking. There are two aspects to consider for addictions: dependence and tolerance. The former is when the mind and the body become too dependent on alcohol to face life, or situations, or stresses. Then you cannot give it up easily or function normally without it. The second feature is that of tolerance, which is common to all addictive substances: as time goes by you will need more quantities to get the same effect. In which case, you will gradually increase the consumption of alcohol over time till you become enslaved to it. If you try to stop it, you will experience withdrawal symptoms which can be very severe too. Regarding side effects there are many, if you go into heavy drinking: you will get an enlarged heart, brain damage with heavy drinking, late to work and lots of absenteeism, accidents while driving or otherwise, marriage problems, health difficulties including cancer of several organs, loss of employments, loss of libido and sexual functions, loss of opportunities etc. The list can go on and on. If you want to read more about addictions you may contact me with a payment of Rs. 250/- for my book on it. Postage is free. [Automatically added by Lybrate] Click "Consult Dr. Saul Pereira" below to consult privately with the doctor.
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I have been taking oleanz plus for 12 days for depression. No result is found. Will I get benefits after four weeks?

Master of Science/M.S. (Psychotherapy & Counselling), Ph.D.Neuropsychology, BA, Master of Arts (Clinical Psychology )
Psychologist, Udaipur
I have been taking oleanz plus for 12 days for depression. No result is found. Will I get benefits after four weeks?
Dear Lybrate User, Psychiatric medicines take some time to have effect as it is aimed to create a balance in brain chemicals. The medicines works well when a threshold level is achieved in blood. So if after a month you feel it's not working then you shd see your Psychiatrist once again for regulation of dosage or salt. Hope this helps. Divine Blessings!
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I have been smoking for almost 12 years now. I want to quit smoking and want to know if there is any treatment for lungs cleaning.

DNB in Psychiatry, completed course from Asha Hospital, Hyderbad
Psychiatrist, Salem
When you have decided that itself indicates that you are motivated now; may be because you are facing some problems due to smoking or you might have been educated. In either of the circumstances please get yourself completely know the serious problems arising out of it.

I always get negative thought and get nightmare and fell pain in left occipital lobe. On this hole I drank bhang incidentally but that gave me a severe trauma I think sometime I become blank and what are we why are we etcc and sometime it disturbs in daily activity sir please help me. Is this is related with tumors.

Diploma in Psychological Medicine, de addiction
Psychiatrist, Ahmedabad
I always get negative thought and get nightmare and fell pain in left occipital lobe.
On this hole I drank bhang inci...
Hi lybrate-user, your anxiety is not under your control. We need to assess and diagnose at first. Rather tahun experimenting by substances like bhang which itself will increase anxiety, kindly take an appointment for online consultation. Thank you.
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Suffering form depression from long time, tried different antidepressants nexito, vilano currently on bupropion. Bupropion has lifted few of the symptoms but not completely. M from medical profession and read about melancholic depression and I am having most of the symptoms related to it like anhedonia, early morning awakening, depression more severe in the morning. I wanted to know, what's the success rate of melancholic depression with bupropion or other AD. Tca has got better result compared to other drugs. What about fluoxetine? Or venflaxine So shall I give a try to TCA .and any other tips in particular to melancholic depression.

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Suffering form depression from long time, tried different antidepressants nexito, vilano currently on bupropion. Bupr...
Dear lybrate-user, Most antidepressants work more or less at the same level. Mostly, you go by the side-effects - whether they are acceptable by you. Both Vilazodone and Bupropion have minimal sexual side effect. Fluoxetine has more erectile dysfunction. Weight and sedation are also to be taken into account. If you can tolerate effective dose of TCA, you can try. Otherwise go for Venlafaxine. The only tip is - it is not the antidepressant. It is the duration (minimum 3-6 weeks) and dose (TCA and Venlafaxine 75 - 225 mg) of the tablet that matters.
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My wife is 50 years old lady. He shows every time in tense and think something every time. For that she is suffering for 4-5 months. What kind of treatment she required?

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
My wife is 50 years old lady. He shows every time in tense and think something every time. For that she is suffering ...
50 is an age where the body really starts slowing down. Your wife might be going through lot of hormonal changes. She might be noticing that her body is aging faster now. This might be difficult for her to accept. She needs to slow down as far as her household chores are concerned. People at home need to help her. Also talk to her and encourage her to share her feelings, her worries etc. Just listening to her will make her feel better. Encourage her to go for a general routine medical check up as well.
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BDS, Certified Implantologist
Dentist, Delhi
12. Quitting smoking will help you reduce the chances of developing a whole lot of oral problems, including gum disease, tooth decay, yellow teeth and mouth cancer.
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I have been consuming stalopam plus 10 mg and mirtaz 7.5mg for three years. I also chew gutkha. I want to get rid off both. Please suggest some medicines.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear, Substance abuse and addiction needs to be treated. If you’re ready to stop the substance and willing to get the support you need, you can recover from addiction and abuse —no matter how bad the addiction or how powerless you feel. The first step in treating addiction is accepting that you have a problem. Confronting an addiction and accepting responsibility for your actions isn’t easy. But it’s a necessary step on the road to treatment and recovery. You should then consult a psychiatrist / psychologist who fill follow this treatment. 1. Detoxification using medicines. 2. Behavior modification with the help of therapies. 3. Counseling. 4. Medication to sustain and 5. Long term support. These given steps are essential for any addict to get effectively rid of addiction. Therefore, you need to stick to the treatment plan and cooperate with your psychiatrist / psychologist. Take care.
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I am facing the problem of possessiveness and jealousy or mood swing. Is the medicine arpizol 5 suitable for me?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
I am facing the problem of possessiveness and jealousy or mood swing. Is the medicine arpizol 5 suitable for me?
Was it prescribed by a psychiatrist, how did you get hold of this medication, which is an atypical antipsychotic and needs to be given very carefully. If the psychiatrist has prescribed, kindly take as he may evaluated you before prescribing. All the best.
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