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6 Signs You Are Suffering From Internet Addiction Disorder!

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Faridabad
6 Signs You Are Suffering From Internet Addiction Disorder!

Internet addiction is a very recent phenomenon, but is already a cause for concern. With the advent of various social networking websites, people are increasingly becoming addicted to the internet. Internet addiction disorder is often characterized by people inching to form an emotional attachment with people and activities, all of them online. You may enjoy connecting to people more over the virtual interface instead of the real world; this usually stems from an inability to establish real human contact.

The symptoms of internet addiction disorder are:
1. Excessive usage of the internet
2. Depression, mood swings and irritability if one doesn’t get access to the internet
3. Any effort to reduce internet usage is usually unsuccessful
4. You may experience constant problems in personal relationships, education and your job due to incessant internet usage
5. A tendency of lying to close ones when they ask you how much time you spend over the internet
6. Using internet to escape from real world problems


Further complications
Internet addiction can gradually isolate you. You may develop an aversion to meeting and communicating with people in real life. This can impair your social skills and make you socially awkward. This disorder also create problems in relationships as it can reduce the time you spend interacting personally.
Internet addiction may also lead you to create online personas to evade low self-esteem issues. This actually aggravates the problem instead of solving it; can result in severe anxiety and depression. Withdrawal symptoms might result in anxiety, depression, irritation and loneliness. This disorder can lead to complications such as dry eyes, headaches, change in sleep patterns and subsequent problems in falling asleep. Back pain from sitting upright while you are on the internet is also very common problem. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.

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I have been majorly dealing with obsessive unwelcoming thoughts for as long as I could remember. It manifested in the form of different themes through the years. Whenever I obese it takes up 90% of my waking hours and gets me into a state of panic and anxiety. After a while, I turn numb and stop fighting the thoughts. There are certain instances where I badly needed the support of a family member/therapist but I haven't opened up about it to anyone in fear of embarrassment. And my current obsession is taking a toll on my health and relationship. And I've been through various websites and forums looking for a cure. And that's when I stumbled across obsessive compulsive disorder. Everything I had been experiencing since I was a small kid, had been jotted down in the name of pure O ocd disorder (Counting obsession involving lucky and unlucky numbers when I was in primary school ; obsessions involving phobias - fear of losing emotions, fear of going insane ; Sensorimotor obsession involving breathing ; Religious intrusive thoughts while praying - my opposite wishes pop up in my mind when I pray and causing panic ; Relationship focused obsession ). All of these themes have ruled a decent period of my living and it keeps shifting to a new subject, anything that's close to my heart. I'm tired of fighting these thoughts and at times I get numb and detached for days together and there are days when I just cry it all out. Loss of appetite also occurs. And most days I live in my head. Like I analyse and fight with these thoughts right from the moment I wake up, till I go to bed. This really is having a negative impact on my day to day activities. And it feels like these obsessions define me and I don't have a separate identity, since I've been this way for years together (gotten more evident in the last ten years). I need an expert to look at into it and suggest if ocd might the case. So that I can look for treatment options. Kindly advise. Thank you.

M.B.B.S., D.N.B. (Psychiatry)
Psychiatrist, Panchkula
Hello, I can understand your problem. Its distressing to live with such a problem and not taking treatment. If the thoughts are repetitive, irrelevant, not under your control, causing distress so much that its hampering your day to day life and present for more than a hour you might have OCD. OCD can affect anyone and it can be treated with medication and behavior therapy. You should Contact nearby psychiatric clinic for help or contact me to get any further help. Learn how to get rid of these thoughts. Whenever these thoughts come try involving yourself in some other activity or start repeating in your mind 3 times go away. They will subside gradually. Best Wishes.
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Sir, As I am suffering from dysfunction as I take virilex initially it gives good result but after a month the situation is as it is. I am 34 years old and having no any bad habit like drink or smoke. I walk every day for 6 km. Do not know what to do? Just before 3 months everything is going good.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Sir, As I am suffering from dysfunction as I take virilex initially it gives good result but after a month the situat...
Cause may be so many..proper case history will be good for suggesting anything more appropriately.. you can eat raspberries,blueberries,milk with turmeric,fenugreek seeds with lukewarm water,ginseng,garlic ,green celery,asparagus,dark chocolats,drumsticks,avocados,walnuts.. Massage penis with seasme oil .. Go for a homeopathic treatment..
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I am 17 year old. I am loving a girl. But when I got the time to say my love. I knew that she were already in another relation. It become very hard to me. Im in sad mood what will I do now. Could you please give some suggestions.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
I am 17 year old. I am loving a girl. But when I got the time to say my love. I knew that she were already in another...
Yu have to forget her and you ill find someone who is meant for you and in 16 years you have to think only about studies and your future
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I am 45 yrs old male. I have Dissociative disorders from last 3 months.what should i do?

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
The causes of dissociative disorders are complex. There is usually a history of trauma, usually abuse in childhood. However, not all trauma survivors have it, so the diagnosis is not a simple cause and effect. If the relationship with your parents or guardians was insecure and you were abused, then you are more likely to use dissociation to protect yourself from the trauma. The combination of an insecure relationship, trauma and dissociation can result in a complex dissociative disorder. The purpose of treatment and self-help is to increase the links between your feelings, thoughts, perceptions and memories, and to help you develop a sense of empowerment. This will make you feel more complete and reduce inner disassociation that you may be experiencing. You need to find a counselor who knows to treat this disorder and it is usually a long term kind of therapy. Although there is no medication to treat this disorder but it helps to take medicine for depression, anxiety, insomnia, etc., which come along with this condition. In the therapy much of the focus is made on the discrepancy of what the person perceives, which is usually distorted, and the therapist will help you make the connections to the real facts, to the real person, to the true identity, and with constant dialogue and trust the facts can be separated from the distortions. Emotional therapy plays a very important role, especially related to fear. Exercise, good sleep, and a healthy diet is highly recommended.
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Hi I am unable to use my mind when I am in stress. Usually it happen in night. Can you help me how to think good in night. Please tell me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Murshidabad
Hi I am unable to use my mind when I am in stress. Usually it happen in night. Can you help me how to think good in n...
Dear lybrate user, try biochemic kali phos 6x tablets to get rid of your depression. Take 4 tablets, thrice daily, with a cup of lukewarm water.
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Hi doctor I smoke cigarettes from past 4 years due to that my cheeks are gone they went Inside now I quit smoking and I need to grow cheeks say some natural tips to grow my cheeks.

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
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I smoke cigarettes from past 4 years due to that my cheeks are gone they went Inside now I quit smoking and...
Dear Rakesh, Congratulations for quitting smoking. Please continue to motivate yourself for 12 more weeks so that you will not restart smoking. If craving or withdrawal is high, take help. Whether cheeks grow or not, please continue. As age advances cheek fat reduces. There can be some dental issues for reducing cheeks. Natural tips are blowing a balloon, or blowing out a candle light, putting the tongue on cheeks and using straw/pipe for drinking.
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I am suffering from fever last two days my eyes are also being red and paining my body badly so please help me.

MD - General Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I am suffering from fever last two days my eyes are also being red and paining my body badly so please help me.
Most probably you r suffering from acute viral infection. 1. Drink plenty of water preferably ors 2. Take pcm 500mg 2-3 times a day. It is a self limiting illness, wait for 2 days before starting antibiotics.
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - How Exercising Can Help You Overcome?

M.Phil in Clinical Psychology, Ph.D. Psychology
Psychologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - How Exercising Can Help You Overcome?

Being a victim or witnessing a horrific accident or personal assault can leave you shocked and scarred. Sometimes, these conditions last for months and years with memories of the traumatic incident triggering intense emotional and physical responses. This is known as post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. It is a fairly common anxiety syndrome and can be treated in a number of ways including drugs, exercise and psychotherapy. However, this treatment aims only to control the disorder and there is no known cure for PTSD as yet.

Exercise not only keeps the body fit, but also helps the body release endorphins. Endorphins help fight stress, fear and pain. Thus, exercising helps focus on the body and its movements instead of your fears. It can also help elevate the mood of a person. Low to moderate intensity exercising is ideal for a PTSD patient. Aerobics, pilates, yoga or martial arts like tai chi are known to be effective ways of reducing stress and anxiety in PTSD patients. Breathing exercises like pranayama can also help calm and relax the mind.

Exercise for a PTSD patient should be planned in repetitive sets. This enables the person to slowly master the type of exercise being done and regain control and confidence in himself. It also needs to be predictable so as to avoid triggering a PTSD emotional or physical response. Non competitive exercises are better than competitive exercises as it does not create an opportunity for the person to feel stressed. Exercising and practicing breathing techniques can also help a person analyze himself and his response to stressful situations. By understanding their reactions, a person can slowly bring about changes to handle stress in a better way.


For a PTSD patient, exercise should not be seen as a group activity but as an individual effort to increase self control. Patience is key here both for the patient and the therapist. It is also necessary for the person to have realistic goals from his exercise regimen. An exercise program for PTSD patients also needs to be flexible. In order to meet the needs of a patient, it may need to be changed in accordance to the medication he is under. Small incidents like having a flat tire when cycling can trigger anxiety in a person suffering from PTSD. However, if dealt with correctly, it can bolster confidence in the long run.

Lastly, exercising also helps improve self-image and build confidence which helps a PTSD patient break out of his protective shell and socialize with others. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a psychiatrist.

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I am a student. I am thinking too much for a simple problem. Please give me a solution.

Doctor of Naturopathy & Natural Medicines, DM - Clinical Haematology, Certified Diabetic Educator, Diploma in Nutrition & Health Education (DNHE), Certificate in food Nutrition (CFN), Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Arts (Physical Education)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Agra
I am a student.
I am thinking too much for a simple problem.
Please give me a solution.
start doing brahmbari pranayam, its the best exercise for brain and you will start living happily without stress or tensions, for best results put 2 drops of warmed cow ghee in your nose nostrils, everyday before sleeping. you will be amazed by the results.
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