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Dr. Kiran Rathore - Psychologist, Hyderabad

Dr. Kiran Rathore

PhD Mphil

Psychologist, Hyderabad

9 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic  ·  ₹400 online
Dr. Kiran Rathore PhD Mphil Psychologist, Hyderabad
9 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic  ·  ₹400 online
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Dr. Kiran Rathore is a trusted Psychologist in Hyderguda, Hyderabad. She has had many happy patients in her 7 years of journey as a Psychologist. She is a qualified PhD Mphil. You can visit her at Behavioural Health & Counselling Clinic in Hyderguda, Hyderabad. Don?t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kiran Rathore on Lybrate.com.

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PhD Mphil - osmania university - 2009
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Indian Association for Clinical Psychologists

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Hello, My boyfriend has deep depression and he hurts every part of body (one moment he hurts leg and in the other moment he hurts stomach). He wants to die, also he has phobias that he has some incurable diseases. Often (at least once in day) he feels lack of ability of breathing and he feels afraid of being asphyxiated. He has no heart diseases, but feels hurt in chest too. Please tell me, probably what diagnosis can be, and how can be solved this problem?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Guwahati
Hello, My boyfriend has deep depression and he hurts every part of body (one moment he hurts leg and in the other mom...
Your boyfriend needs professions help. The symptoms he is currentlybsuffering from including self harming behavior, desire to die, pessimistic thoughts like the fear of suffering from some incurable disease etc. May be life threatening if not taken care of immediately. Get him evaluated by a Psychiatrist at the earliest, who will do detailed mental status evaluation & physical examination, & then make the diagnosis. Then will prescribe medication &/or advice counseling sessions accordingly. With treatment he will definitely come out of the present condition. Along with, encourage him to take the following measures: 1)Lead an active life & maintain a healthy lifestyle. Go for a walk, exercise regularly, do some yoga or relaxation techniques daily. 2)Do not let him spend time alone. Encourage him to spend time with friends, family members or well wishers with whom he feels comfortable & positive. Give him support & encourage him. 3)Read motivational books & quotes. 4)Spend some time daily recollecting the good moments in his life. 5)Try to evaluate things practically & rationally. 6)Avoid people who spreads negativity or demoralize him. 7)Avoid watching or reading mind disturbing things like violence, crime, horrors etc. 8)Maintain a daily routine. 9)Motivate him to pursue his hobbies or keep a pet. 10)Every day spend some time with nature & try to feel its beauty. 11)Stay away from substance of abuse like alcohol, cannabis, inhalants, drugs etc. 12)If any problem is there in his life, encourage him to put maximum effort & try to solve it. Work to enhance his problem solving skills & coping skills. If he are not able to solve any problem himself, discuss about it & try to help him or take professional help. 13)Keep reminding him the fact that people with bigger problems exist in this world. 14)Read or watch comedies & make him laugh. 15)Above all, keep reminding him that life is precious & one is gifted with this life for once only. Every moment, every day is precious & life once lost can never be regained back.
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I lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time. Please help me.

Ph.D - Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Mathura
I lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time. Please ...
IT IS LAST YEAR THAT YOU LOST YOUR LOVED ONE, BUT TILL TODAY YOU ARE GLUED TO THE LOSS! WHEN YOU TRULY LOVE SOMEONE, BE GLUED TO WHAT THE LOVED ONE'S THOUGHTS AND EXPECTATIONS WERE FROM YOU. TRY TO BE WHAT YOUR LOVED ONE HAD WANTED YOU TO BE. I AM VERY SURE, YOUR LOVED ONE WOULD NEVER HAVE LIKED TO SEE YOU IN THE PRESENT STATE. SHOW YOU CARE FOR THE DEPARTED SOUL, BY BEING, OR BY FULFILLING THEIR DREAMS FOR YOU. YOU WILL GAIN INNER STRENGTH AND HAPPINESS.
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Does Anxiety or Phobia leads to High BP and High pulse rate. How we can control phobia. Is there any medicine to deal Phobia like situation. Please suggest.

MD, Fellowship in Intergrative Medicine, MBBS
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Kochi
Does Anxiety or Phobia leads to High BP and High pulse rate. How we can control phobia. Is there any medicine to deal...
Yes anxiety can lead to high bp and high puse rate You have to treat the root cause and not the symptoms you have not mentioned what do you do for living and what is the stress is it at work or at home what is the phobia you have. All these are reversible with lifestyle changes like meditation, yoga,exercising daily ,prayer, showing gratitude and eating healthy food .No junk or processed foods for more specific advice take a consult.
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Hello, I have completed my M.Tech and I live in Maharashtra. I'm currently doing a job. I have a girlfriend that lives in Delhi. We meet once in 3-4 months. Recently I visited Delhi to meet her, and now I'm feeling like I should shift Delhi and take a hostel so that I can meet her every weekend and spend some time as I feel good. But I fear that this may distract me from my goals, ambitions, or may get me too much involved in social life thereby affecting my performance and competence etc. I'm very much confused. I need some good advice. Thanks.

Psychology
Psychologist, Nagpur
Hello, I have completed my M.Tech and I live in Maharashtra. I'm currently doing a job. I have a girlfriend that live...
See first we have to understand the difference between urge and desire. Urge is a temporary feelings, while desire is lasting. Though urge is too intense, but as same it looses attraction quickly, once you get the thing you bore with it, or you don't have the importance of it, remember your childhood when you were crying for a toy and your father had not bought, at that time you were thinking this toy is my life and I need it now, but if today your father gift you same toy, what will be your reaction? The same thing for which you were craving and crying, now will laugh or may be aggressive on your parents, that they are kidding with you. So first sit alone, think about you and your friend, think whether it is just an urge or desire to live together, is it love or mere physical attraction or urge only if it is just an urge, don't need to run behind such foolish, after sometimes you will laugh on your stupidity or if it is true love, longing and desire, you have completed your studies, plan about marriage and enjoy the natural and true happiness of life. Cheers.
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I am 46 male with chronic depression over last 24 years, the problem is not depression but severe cognitive problems like very poor short term memory, slow thinking, walking balance problems, slow grasping etc that happened during first episode of Major depression 20 years back. I am currently using 50 mg paroxetine, 300 mg lamictal (helped me a lot) 20 mg buspin to deal with my anxiety and depression to reasonable extent. I used to have excellent n very sharp memory n high degree of confidence before my first major depressive episode, and used to be always topper during my academics. But my sharp memory n fast thinking, confidence levels never returned back even after 24 years of depression treatment. Can anyone suggest add on medication that can effectively improve my short term memory, balance issues while walking, impaired thinking etc. I do puzzles etc n keep myself busy but memory part of my brain is not improving. Pl.suggest medication helps in neuro psychiatry that helps in cognition problems in severe depression cases.

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
I am 46 male with chronic depression over last 24 years, the problem is not depression but severe cognitive problems ...
Dear Krishna, i am not sure whether your sharp memory, fast thinking and high degree of confidence were symptoms of hypomania before this major depressive episode. If it is so, let it not come back, because your judgement may become bad during manic episode. It is good that lamictal is helping you a lot. Slowly your doctor may reduce your paroxetine and buspin dose. You may feel better. I would like to assess your cognitive problems before suggesting any medicine.
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I lost somebody close last year and since am depressed so much and tell me the preventive steps for to be strong.

BHMS
Homeopath, Murshidabad
I lost somebody close last year and since am depressed so much and tell me the preventive steps for to be strong.
Dear Mr Hari.....you can try Homeopathic ANTIM CRUD 200, 5 drops, thrice daily in empty stomach to overcome your situation
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Ways To Save A Boring Marriage Before It's Too Late!

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry, DPM
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Ways To Save A Boring Marriage Before It's Too Late!

Marriages in our country usually last a lifetime and require effort from both parties involved to make them work. Often, marriages end because of boredom, as the partners begin to believe that the spark is gone. But there are many ways couples can perk up their marriage. 

While it is true that many people are short on precious time in today’s day and age, what is also true is that a marriage is well worth some prioritisation. 

Leaving dirty dishes in the sink for a little while longer does make good sense, if it means that the time is well-used to bond with one’s significant other. Leisure time spent between couples is crucial for the success of a marriage. Many couples do not make it a habit of listening to each other and this really does work to their detriment. Paying close attention to what the other one says and providing a response may not need a lot of effort but the dividends are rich in the form of the partner feeling good. 

Intimacy is a valued feeling of being wanted and it has a big part to play in the success of a marriage. Over the long term, many couples do not make the required effort and the overall quality of their bond is reduced, as a result. While reinitiating contact may be as simple as holding the other’s hand, many people do not do this as they feel their partner should be the one to do so. Intimacy does not only equate to sexual intimacy, but can even simply be looking into one’s partners eyes with love. 

Laughter is said to be the best medicine, and this happens to be true in the case of a marriage, as well. It has been found that couples who laugh about their past experiences are happier and get along a lot more amicably than those who do not. Recalling together where the couple first met and started seeing each other also has a positive impact as it makes both partners feel valued and thankful about what they have. 

Below, are tips that don’t require much—if any—money, time or even hard work! 

  1. Engage in a new activity with your partner. Doing novel activities with your partner enables you to re-experience the original emotional state at the beginning of your marriage. In other words, trying something new sparks excitement, producing passion. You can do anything from deep-sea fishing to salsa dancing to hiking a mountain to eating at a different restaurant. 
  2. Add the element of mystery or surprise. Both mystery and surprise also mimic the emotional state of a new romance. But it doesn’t mean whisking your wife away to the Mediterranean or surprising your husband with expensive dinners. Here, little gestures also go a long way. Examples include, surprising your wife at work and whisking her away for lunch, or sending a greeting card in the mail. 
  3. Do something that kicks up your adrenaline and arousal. Young marriages start out with an adrenaline rush. Your heart races, you get giddy, you’re alert, awake and excited. Arousal-generating activities can include exercising, going on a vigorous hike, and even watching a scary movie. So it’s almost like fooling your brain that the arousal produced to this scary movie (or any other arousing activity) is really due to your marriage, and this helps to perk up the passion. 
  4. Take a mini-vacation — just the two of you. Get out of the house for at least one night and two days, somewhere that interests both of you and creates new memories together. You don’t have to go far from home or spend a lot of money. The key is to spend quality time together away from home. Studies show that for women, in particular, getting away is important. They feel more passionate when they’re away from the pressures of their lives. At home, women have a tough time compartmentalizing things. They’re thinking about the laundry, lunch, paying the bills, cleaning the house, and checking things off their mental to-do list. 
  5. Touch more often. Touch produces arousal, comfort and support both physiologically and psychologically, and it doesn’t have to be much of a touch. Holding hands on a walk, making sure you give a hug or kiss or embrace daily reminds you that you’re physiologically bonded. When reigniting your relationship, the key is to shake things up consistently. Good luck!

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

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I lost someone last year who was very close to me since then I am very depressed, please help me.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I lost someone last year who was very close to me since then I am very depressed, please help me.
It is natural to feel low and miss the person you have lost. However if it is interfering with your sleep, studies or general well being, or if you feel suicidal, you need to consult a psychiatrist. It is common to feel low, cry, feel like you are alone, or lose your self confidence. Usually time is the best healer. However if things are too difficult to handle you should talk to a psychiatrist or counselor. Confide in someone close to you, who will support you in this difficult time. Don't cut off from friends or family, even if you feel like you want to be alone.
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Why does a test taker need to be reevaluated if a disability (such as a learning disability, ADHD or autism spectrum disorder) is lifelong?

FRHS, Ph.D Neuro , MPT - Neurology Physiotherapy, D.Sp.Med, DPHM (Health Management ), BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Why does a test taker need to be reevaluated if a disability (such as a learning disability, ADHD or autism spectrum ...
As it may improves with physical age and continuous therapy possible and to know current unidentified facts of any for improvisation etc best wishes.
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I'm suffering from depression since many years nd sometimes recovering nd again going to depression as I'm hyper sensitive. I hav attempted to suicide 2 times .I always get -ve thoughts. People say I'm soo innocent. I hate people too.&i m very calm. I fed up with people. I dnt want stay in world. please help me.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I'm suffering from depression since many years nd sometimes recovering nd again going to depression as I'm hyper sens...
Dear Lybrate User, I am very concerned to see you in this condition. Have you ever taken any professional help for this condition? If not, please consult a Counsellor at the earliest. The Counsellor will help you to understand what is happening to you and what are the causes. I guess that you have had a difficult childhood. Probably your emotions and feelings were not validated by your loved ones. All those suppressed emotions are making you hyper sensitive now. Since you have attempted suicide twice, then it is clear that you are desperate to leave this world which seems an unhappy place for you. I think, suicide is not a solution, it might create more problems for you. It is advisable to consult a Counsellor at the earliest. The Counsellor will listen to you and will accept you unconditionally. The Counsellor will also help you to understand what is happening to you and what is the cause behind your negative thinking. By modifying your thoughts and behaviour you may bring some pleasant change in your life. The Counselling process will help you to explore other options. All the best and take care.
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