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Dear Sir/madam Aaj kal mujhe jaldi bhulne ki bimari lag gayi hai pata nahi koi bhi bate yad nahi rahti please is bimari ka ilaz or reason bataye.
I used fludac 20 capsules and ciplar LA 40 tabs with anxozap 10 for two years as a treatment of depression and anxiety. It's been three years since I have stopped taking these medicine and now I am feeling the same symptoms of the above said problem from last one month. Can I use the same medicines again myself without taking doctors advice? Pls help me out!
My daughter is 10 years old and she is taking medicine (tegrital) at the age of 2 and half years. She is not concentrate in her studies. Her behaviour is like a immature child. She is very weak in her studies. She is reading in 5th class.
Hello doctor, I have ocd, but now I want baby so I stop using the ocd medicines before 1 month so please tell me, in one month this medicine can totally remove from my body? And it not harm my future baby? And tell me how I am conceive fast?
I'm 20 years old .I'm studying in B.tech in cse. My problem is I can't communicate with anyone. I can't express my feelings and thoughts to anyone I am struck in a loop that I can't come over. I am over thinking and I can't control it. I have many experiences in past ,while joining before b.tech I thought I can be a special person. I am a topper. I'm not active all day. I am not sort of very communicative person. I'm am very reserved and shy and always obsessed with how others think of me. I am not in real world .i'm am stressed out .well, I want to stop over thinking and get into real world .I have great dreams and I have confidence that I can reach them but i'm silly concerned about small things. I am seeing a small problem in microscope .i want to stop that .i am suffering from this for 2 years and conditions are becoming worse day by day. I want to change this and start a new life.
Few months back I was suffering from depression. Cut my wrist and got 4 stitches. Now I encounter difficulty in sleeping and feel very alone and sometimes want to cry very much. I have shared my problem with my best friend but he just say me that you will destroy yourself. People never understand my problem. I can't sleep at night easily and this effects my mood and I suffer from headache. Please help me.
I lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time please help me.
I am living very happily before some days with my wife and a kid and with my parents. On a day some thing happen wrong with my wife and my mother and my wife said she will not leave with my parents anymore, so I felt very much annoyed and we quarreled each other and she used so much wrong words that I never thought she can say so, so I felt deeply sad, so I decided to leave her to her parents home for some days but my father not allowed same and said asked her not to go and they will not leave with her and she said OK, and now she is leaving with me at my parents home but since that incident I am still feeling so much depressed and my mind is not ready to accept her after all this happened more than 20 days back, so I am not sure what I have to do next and felling very depressed and sad, some thing going very wrong in my life, please help.
Do you worry about your friend or relative’s drinking habits? You are not alone. There are people who struggle for years with the same question - How can I tell if the person I love is an alcoholic or not?
Well, the good news is that you don’t need to be a medical professional to figure out the right answer to this vital question. Read on to find simple ways to know whether your loved one suffers from alcohol addiction.
First up is a short quiz about drinking habits, developed by Dr. John Ewing to identify alcohol addiction. Treat this as a pointer and take your loved one to an expert, if it points towards alcohol addiction. You can ask these questions directly to your loved one, or you can answer these questions on their behalf.
According to the developers, one "yes" to the four quiz questions signals a problem, and more than one “yes” means that it's time for you or your loved one to get professional help.
- Have you ever felt you should cut down on your drinking?
- Have people annoyed you by criticizing your drinking?
- Have you ever felt bad or guilty about your drinking?
- Have you ever had a drink first thing in the morning to steady your nerves or to get rid of a hangover?”
There are many signs of a serious drinking problem. These include certain behaviours such as:
- Drinking just for getting drunk
- Drinking alone
- Keeping alcohol consumption a secret
- Drinking to escape problems
- Hiding alcohol bottles
- Experiencing withdrawal symptoms like getting irritated or experiencing nervousness, nausea, getting shakes, breaking out into a cold sweat, and getting hallucinations when unable to source alcohol
- Having problems at work, school, or home, as a result of alcohol consumption
- Losing interest in activities you or your friend used to enjoy
- Having blackouts due to heavy drinking
- Anger and extreme irritation
Other extreme behaviors to watch out for are:
- Being able to drink an awful lot of alcohol
- Trouble stopping once your loved one starts drinking
- A powerful urge to drink
There is another scientific way to determine, if your loved one is an alcoholic. In the US, medical professionals commonly use a criteria, listed in the fourth edition of the ‘Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders’. According to it, the signs and symptoms of alcoholism are clearly laid down and it states that alcohol dependent people:
- Will drink more to get their desired effect from alcohol
- Experience withdrawal symptoms when the effect of alcohol wears off
- Drink larger amounts of alcohol over a longer period of time
- Will be unable to consistently control their drinking
- Will leave important work for drinking
- Will spend a lot of time during the day getting alcohol, drinking it, and recovering from hangovers.
- Continue to use alcohol, despite knowing that their chronic physical or psychological problem is caused due to alcohol.
- To be declared alcohol-dependent, your loved one must experience at least three of these criteria during a year.
However, there is still no one definite test to diagnose alcohol-use disorders. Therefore, professionals diagnose them by making use of the patient’s comprehensive medical, family, and mental-health information.