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Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Anger Management Therapy
Treatment of Behaviour & Thought Problems
Quit Smoking Techniques
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Memory Improvement Techniques
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment
Treatment of Abnormal Behaviour
Psychological Diagnosis (Adult And Child)
Electroconvulsive Therapy (Ect) Treatment
Management of Emergency Conditions
Manual Therapy Treatment
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Dr. Singh gives adequate time to patients and explains very well about the illness and medications to family. He clarifies all doubts very patiently . He gives medication judiciously so that there are less side effects. Also uses psychological therapeutic approach whereer needed. He also has very caring attitude towards patient and family. Dr. Singh is easily accessible in times of need and emergency and goes out of his way to help patients.
Doctor Singh is very helpful and professional. I felt very comfortable after consulting with him. Would recommend him for any problem, even those which you might be hesitant to discuss with a doctor.
How to get rid of the mental stress of the students especially teenager. They are getting angry easily and are emotionally backwards.
My two year old son thinks his foster parents are his parents but I'm his biological mother he was in foster care since he was born but I seen him two out the week he been home for a year and I tried to let the foster parents still be around being generous but since day one my son never talked to me or his father he can talk very well in sentence and everybody else but and the foster parents but he haven't seen them six months now but he still won't talk to me his mother or father he thinks the lady is mother like for real.
My brother forgets too many things due to carelessness and it is quite frequent. What may be the problem with him.
Doctor my girlfriend does not have mom from the birth time and she crys every night when we used to walk together and talk she used to be happy but my parents knows about her and my father bad me so badly so I cannot meet her and my mom says me because she is from different religion what should I do and doctor she is very nice to me but I gets angry very quickly I have a lots of ego and attitude doctor we love each other what should I do and she always comes in my dream I always miss her 25 december was her happy she was so happy that I meet her she gave me a hug to but my parents does not like it because she is from different religion what should I do doctor she always crys in the night I hope you understand how she feels without a mom she crys alot which makes me sad what to do?
My father having some kind of pain in his body due to hard work at office. He sometimes drinks alcohol to reduce it but I know alcohol is not a solution. So please recommend me any supplement or give me some advice.
I have problem of short temper What will I can do to control it. I became aggressive on nothing sometimes help me to change myself.
I married 8 month back first day onwards we had misunderstanding within 1 month she made suicide attempt then she not come back to my home. She told me we live like friends ,she cannot consider me as a Husband. She joined job and staying apart I got angry I called her and their parents we both now applied for divorce. Now I am getting depressed what about her future ,I cannot forget her ,at least I have to consider her point live like friends future may be she come back. But now already we applied for divorce. I am not getting any solution for this.
I am working as BIM Engineer. My question is regarding Humans emotions. An extreme level (i.e.Verge) of any emotions either it is happy / sad / frustrate/ wondering. Whatever it is. These leads to what and why so?
He is very much addicted to liquor. He drinks very much. 4 times a day. In a higher amount.Please tell.
Stress is the new-age disease, which though not a disease in itself, leaves its effect on the entire health of a person, both physical and psychological. Diseases which are extremely common today were not as common some decades ago. The constantly changing lifestyle where there is no demarcation between work and home, the to-do list is neverending, multiple responsibilities, etc., puts a constant pressure on a person. People switch roles on the go and keep performing, and that takes a toll on even the best task-masters.
Diabetes and heart disease definitely have an underlying physiological connection, but outlined is the overall picture.
Inflammation is the body’s most common way to respond to anything – including infection and trauma. This is, however, acute and passes away with the infection or trauma.
On the other hand, chronic inflammation is the bigger culprit. This induces changes at a genetic level in the immunity system, producing more immune cells than normally required for a body. The body is in a constant state of fight, which is not required.
While both diabetes and heart disease cannot be completely prevented, stress management will definitely help in reducing the onset of these as well as in reducing their severity and complications where possible. The following measures would be very helpful.
If you are at risk for either of these, take a step back and evaluate.
If you are obese, make sure the target weight is achieved with proper planning and supervision of exercise and diet control.
From then on, it is a constant maintenance phase, requiring an altered lifestyle.
Quit smoking and alcohol. If you think it is not possible, reduce the addictions significantly. Smoking, in particular, causes damage to multiple organs and is best avoided.
Monitor your blood sugar and cholesterol levels. If they are beyond acceptable limits, they need to be brought under control aggressively.
Incorporate dietary changes by increasing fiber, reduced meat and reducing fatty/processed/sugary foods. Include supplements like omega-3 fatty acids in your diet. Also, spending quality time with family and friends is also helpful.
Exercise in any form should be a part of daily regimen. Take up enjoyable activities like Sports of ur choice/ dance /zumba/ swimming etc.
Other stress management measures like
Meditation: Spending even a few minutes in meditation can restore your calm and inner peace. Meditation can give you a sense of calm, peace and balance that can benefit both your emotional well-being and your overall health.
Cultivating Hobbies: Indulging in a hobby can be a great way to calm an overactive mind. It helps you take a break from your busy, stressful life and clear your mental plate. So, just rekindle an old interesting hobby or cultivate a new one to lift your spirits and tune into the real you.
Yoga: Yoga brings together physical and mental disciplines that may help you achieve peacefulness of body and mind. This can help you relax and manage stress and anxiety.
Music Therapy: Music Therapy uses music to promote healing and improve one’s overall emotional well-being. This may include listening to music, playing a musical instrument, singing along to music, and using guided imagery with music. Music stimulates the production of opiates and endorphins, the “feel good” hormones in our bodies. This stimulation can result in relaxation of mind and body.
Herbal Remedies: Herbs can also play a fundamental role in a stress management program. Herbs can facilitate a dramatic change in the quality of life experienced by anyone under stress.
Spending quality time with family: Having a chat with family members could help reduce your stress levels. Young girls benefit from a boost in the feel-good hormone oxytocin after talking on the phone with their mothers – and it seems logical that the effect may last as you get older. Talk about your worries with anyone you have a close relationship with – if not your mother then your partner, for instance – to help you feel more at ease.
Controlling stress can help prolong the onset of these and also delay or reduce complications. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Homeopath.