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I am feeling very sick from last 3 days .i have a pain in my neck and head and whole body is paining .Please tell.
I am 22 years old and suffering from stress, frustration and angry behavior. My father have drinking habit that's whyi am losing my control over me. How can I control my mind so that I can face my fathers quarrelsome and agitated behavior after drinking?
I can not remember or I am immediately get forgetting some names etc, and also I can not properly concentrate when in class sir explain any concept Or when someone communicate with me.
Hi sir, im 22 years old. My pennis size is tooo small (1.5 inches flaccid) when compared to others and erected size also too small about 3-4 inches and girth also so less. I'm getting depressed every time when I see it. How can I overcome this problem? I had a surgery to my pennis when am 10 years old.
My grandmother is suffering from severe dementia, hallucinations, negative thinking, very short time memory for not even 30 seconds, depression and always crying due to adversity in her life. She is forgetting even her own close relations. But some oldest memories of her younger age, being recalled by her. She says some old family members are calling her and appearing in front of her. She talks the imaginary figures. Kindly help her and suggest any medicine to improve her situation. Also, kindly suggest to improve her memory and recognising others. She is not even sleeping at nights and just staring at walls and fan. She feels real about television and talks to people she watches in television. She frightens if she sees any rowdy or animals in tv as she feels it is really happening around her. She takes loricon-1 1-1 daily, sometimes qutipin 25 and earlier used to take sizodon md 0.5. Her reports are attached for your kind reference. Other than this, she is healthy. She has no sugar and bp etc. She recently had thigh bone fracture and getting recovered. Kindly help her.
Am 20 year girl and my weight is too low i. E, 36 what should I do to increase my weight. And also to increase my memory power.
also known as organic brain disease (OBD) Organic mental disorders organic brain disorder, is an older and nearly obsolete general term from psychiatry, referring to many physical disorders that cause impaired mental function. It does not include psychiatric disorders. Originally, the term was created to distinguish physical (termed "organic") causes of mental impairment from psychiatric (termed "functional") disorders.
Acute organic brain syndrome is (by definition) a recently appearing state of mental impairment, as a result of intoxication, drug overdose, infection, pain, and many other physical problems affecting mental status. In medical contexts, "acute" means "of recent onset. As is the case with most acute disease problems, acute organic brain syndrome is often temporary?however this is not guaranteed (a recent-onset problem may continue to be chronic or long term). A more specific medical term for the acute subset of organic brain syndromes is delirium
Chronic organic brain syndrome is long-term. For example, some forms of chronic drug or alcohol dependence can cause organic brain syndrome due to their long-lasting or permanent toxic effects on brain function. Other common causes of chronic organic brain syndrome sometimes listed are the various types of dementia, which result from permanent brain damage due to strokes, Alzheimer's disease, or other damaging causes which are not reversible.
Though OBS was once a common diagnosis in the elderly, until the understanding of the various types of dementias it is related to a disease process and is not an inevitable part of aging. In some of the older literature, there was an attempt to separate organic brain syndrome from dementia, but this was related to an older world view in which dementia was thought to be a part of normal aging, and thus did not represent a special disease process. The later identification of various dementias as clear pathologies is an example of the types of pathological problems discovered to be associated with mental states, and is one of the areas which led to abandonment of all further attempts to clearly define and use OBS as a term.
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Disorders that cause injury or damage to the brain and contribute to OBS include, but are not limited to:
Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
Fetal alcohol syndrome
Intoxication/overdose caused by drug abuse including alcoholism
Sedative hypnotic dependence and drug abuse
Stroke/transient ischemic attack (TIA)
Withdrawal from drugs, especially sedative hypnotics, e.G. Alcohol or benzodiazepines
Other conditions that may be related to organic brain syndrome include: clinical depression, neuroses, and psychoses, which may occur simultaneously with the OBS.
Symptoms of OBS vary with the disease that is responsible. However, the more common symptoms of OBS are confusion; impairment of memory, judgment, and intellectual function; and agitation. Often these symptoms are attributed to psychiatric illness, which causes a difficulty in diagnosis.
Treatment of OBS varies with the causative disorder or disease. It is important to note that it is not a primary diagnosis and a cause needs to be sought out and treated.
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Hi sir, I am suffering from anxiety disorder, I used phschatrist medicine for 6 months and after I left the medicine also im feeling anxiety wen im feeling alone. Let me know the solution,
Elderly people are usually prone to social isolation which can take a toll on their health. With physical inability or limitations to move around, socializing also gets limited and loneliness comes into your life. Thus, a major section of the senior population tends to have psychological issues as well which may be caused due to the loss of company and lesser interaction as well as a generation gap in trying to deal with younger people. If you are finding it hard to cope with loneliness, here are a few initiatives worth giving a try:
Meet New People: Try giving an effort into meeting new people and enjoying their companionship. With time, few of these relationships might culminate into deep friendship. You can always turn to these people for emotional support as well as keeping company.
Community Volunteering: Volunteer your time engaging yourself in local community activities and social events. Also try and get into interest groups where you can find people who have common interests as yours.
Get back to your long lost hobbies: Re-kindle your long-lost zeal by adopting or getting back to hobbies you truly love, for instance, art and craft, gardening, sewing, playing an instrument, reading and writing, puzzles and writing to pen pals.
Get a pet: Pets can add a new meaning to your life through their unconditional love. There is no greater joy than the joy of bringing up a pet. Ensure how don’t have allergy problems and will be able to keep up with the readily requirements of pets.
Reminisce your good old days: Recollection would enhance your emotional health and will less likely make you feel withdrawn.
Invite people over: In case you are home-bound, coming across people each day would be difficult. In that case invite your mates over tea or keep in touch with them through phone or internet. The internet is also a great resource to keep yourself occupied and to find hobbies that you can get into.
Keep depression at bay: Loneliness can often make you fall prey to depression. Keep a check on any sign of physical or mental deterioration such as the feeling of despair and sadness, sleep-troubles, suicidal thoughts, unwillingness to take decisions, apathy and appetite loss.
Help others: Use your acquired experiences and knowledge of your life-time in helping people out. Teach as well as learn something new each day.
Write it down: Maintain a personal journal to pen down the things you are looking forward to or devise a plan for the forthcoming week.
Take initiative: Do not wait for others to call on you. Instead travel by yourself to visit them. Seize every chance to initiate a conversation and smile even if life seems hard so that people are automatically attracted to you.