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MINDROOT Neuropsych Clinic

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S-79, Mahaveer Nagar, Near Jaipur Hospital, Gopalpura Flyover, Tonk Road Jaipur
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MINDROOT Neuropsych Clinic   4.7  (92 ratings) Psychiatrist Clinic S-79, Mahaveer Nagar, Near Jaipur Hospital, Gopalpura Flyover, Tonk Road Jaipur
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MINDROOT Neuropsych Clinic is known for housing experienced Psychiatrists. Dr. D. S. Poonia, a well-reputed Psychiatrist, practices in Jaipur. Visit this medical health centre for Psychiatrists recommended by 91 patients.

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04:00 PM - 10:00 PM 08:00 AM - 01:00 PM

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S-79, Mahaveer Nagar, Near Jaipur Hospital, Gopalpura Flyover, Tonk Road
Tonk Road Jaipur, Rajasthan - 302018
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MD - Psychiatry
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He has become hygiene freak like washing hands many times, taking bath frequently even midnight, applying hand sanitizer too many times. Hyper active, High temper from one month. He is very religious. He wakes early morning does exercise and goes to office again evening does exercise. He is disappointed with almost all relations in this life except wife and children. Gets frusted if something goes wrong around him. Like polluting vehicles, some misbehaviour from others etc. He has high levels of anxiety. We advised him to meet physiachrst but he denies. What can be the problem do we need medical help. Please advice.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, definitely you should visit a psychiatrist. He is suffering from OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). The essential feature of this disorder is recurrent obsessional thoughts or compulsive acts. Obsessional thoughts are ideas, images or impulses that enter the individual's mind again and again in a stereotyped form. They are almost invariably distressing (because they are violent or obscene, or simply because they are perceived as senseless) and the sufferer often tries, unsuccessfully, to resist them. They are, however, recognized as the individual's own thoughts, even though they are involuntary and often repugnant. Compulsive acts or rituals are stereotyped behaviours that are repeated again and again. They are not inherently enjoyable, nor do they result in the completion of inherently useful tasks. Autonomic anxiety symptoms are often present, but distressing feelings of internal or psychic tension without obvious autonomic arousal are also common. There is a close relationship between obsessional symptoms, particularly obsessional thoughts, and depression. So, you need to be treated and for that have to visit a psychiatrist otherwise its severity with time will increases.
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I am asheesh Kumar ma OCD K, I bimari see Pichhe 10 sal se grast hu ma bar 2 hath dhotaa hu man me 1 vichar bar at a hai.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, The essential feature of this disorder is recurrent obsessional thoughts or compulsive acts. Obsessional thoughts are ideas, images or impulses that enter the individual's mind again and again in a stereotyped form. They are almost invariably distressing (because they are violent or obscene, or simply because they are perceived as senseless) and the sufferer often tries, unsuccessfully, to resist them. They are, however, recognized as the individual's own thoughts, even though they are involuntary and often repugnant. Compulsive acts or rituals are stereotyped behaviours that are repeated again and again. They are not inherently enjoyable, nor do they result in the completion of inherently useful tasks. Autonomic anxiety symptoms are often present, but distressing feelings of internal or psychic tension without obvious autonomic arousal are also common. There is a close relationship between obsessional symptoms, particularly obsessional thoughts, and depression. So, you need to be treated and for that have to visit a psychiatrist otherwise its severity with time will increases.
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My brother is 30 years old. He is a severe alcoholic from past many Years. After so many days of constant boozing he is infected with Acute pancreatitis. We consulted gastroenterologist and cured with medications. And again he started boozing soon after he just felt alright. Even the doctor warned him not to booze. After few days pancreas attacked again for 5-6 times. He goes to doctor and he will stop boozing for few days and when he feels good he start again until the pancreas kicks him. This story repeated got 5-6 times. Once he also had a severe pain and pancreas attacked very badly and pseudo cysts formed around pancreas. He was in ICU for around 20 days in very serious condition. By the grace of God he also cured from that deadly pancreas attack. We have invested so much money and saved his life. Doctor has warned no to consume alcohol in any manner if consumed then you have to get ready to die. After seeing that deadly attack his wife given divorce. And after 6 - 8 months he was all fine and got a job with good package. He didn't consumed alcohol for about 1 year. All went fine. But from the past 1 month he started boozing again. Yesterday he boozed in such a way that he was literally unconscious. Me and my family unable to control his. We have warned him so many times even though he didn't listen to us and consume alcohol. We want to save him. I don't understand what to do now. How can I stop him consuming alcohol before it kills him. Please someone help me with your suggestions.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, In this situation please visit a psychiatrist cum de-addiction specialist having inpatient services. According to research 50 to 70 % substance user have co-morbid psychiatric illness. It will definitely work.
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I am suffering from OCD and do lot of work repeatedly and waste valuable time. I repeat lot of work which I know I do not need to. I am scared that if I do not repeat something bad is going to happen to me. I waste lot of time unnecessarily and trying my best to cure from this issue. Please advise.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, magical thinking is a one of many symptoms of ocd. Ocd is a treatable one, have both pharmacological as well as non pharmacological intervention. Please visit a psychiatrist to further management as scientific research has shown that if time lag between onset and initiation of treatment increases chances of improvement decreases gradually (ie, a it has good response when you start early treatment).
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Yoga and Mental health

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Yoga and Mental health

Last year, united nation and international community has celebrated and declared 21 june as international day of yoga. Yoga have its origin in ancient india. It is defined as specific physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines that are practices in order to establish a state of permanent inner peace. The yoga sutras define the technique as follows: 

yama (universal ethics), niyama (individual ethics), asana(physical poses), pranayama (breath control), pratyhara (control of the senses), dharana (steadiness of mind), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi (bliss).

The word yoga means union of personal consciousness with cosmic one. Considering mental health, this union can be viewed as union of thought and affect as well as mind and body. Since last three decades emerging evidence are coming from scientific literature that yoga is effective in various psychiatric disorder.

How it works?

Most of the scientific research has shown that yoga may have work via regulating hpa (hypothalamic-pituitary axis) sympathetic system.Yoga reduced the cortisol levels in blood which are involved in negative emotions and other health problem like cardiovascular diseases. Mindfulness defined as the process of thinking and felling about oneself. If we includes other in this process then it is called as mentalization. These process alter brain neurotransmitter and receptors specially gaba, serotonine, ne, da in such a manner that it inreases stress and anxiety symptoms. These process also alters the brain waves especially alpha and theta wave. As mindfulness is an integral part of many yoga techniques. In long term mindfulness reduces the stress signalling molecules and increases dopamine in amygdala. This in turn help in regulating emotions, mood and anxiety.

Mental health condition showing effectiveness of yoga:

Study have shown that yoga is effective in building positive health in healthy individual. Other study has shown that yoga improves general health, improve physical health and sleep related problems, lowers stress and promote social function. It is also effective in anxiety and depression, ocd, ptsd, psychosis, substance use disorder etc.
 

Sleep Hygiene: Tips to Get Sound Night's Sleep

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Sleep Hygiene: Tips to Get Sound Night's Sleep

 

  • Stick to approximately the same times to wake up and to go to bed. Don't vary this schedule much on weekends either.
  • Wake up at a fixed time every day regardless of how long you slept during the night. Avoid daytime naps also. It might be hard to follow the same but definitely, will help within few days.
  • Use bedroom only for sleep and sex. Don't read or watch tv in bed. Get into bed only when you are sleepy.
  • If you are unable to fall asleep, get up and go into another room.
  • Don't watch the clock know how bad is your insomnia.
  • You can read or listen soft music in order to relax your mind. Avoid stimulating one.
  • If you are hungry, have a light snack before bedtime.
  • Maintain a regular exercises schedule, but avoid right before going to bed.
  • Give approximately an hour to wind down before going to bed
  • If you are preoccupied or worried about something about bedtime, write it down and deal with it in the morning
  • Keep the bedroom cool (65-degree f or 18-degree c), quite and dark.
  • Don't eat a heavy meal before bedtime to help you sleep also, avoid drink coffee after about 3 pm.
  • Don't smoke a cigarette if you cannot sleep.
  • Avoid alcohol to help in going to sleep.
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I forgot all things, I feel it as memory loss. I can not remember any thing before two days. Can you help me? I am an engineer I got so many stress and strain, I spend my most time with compute.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, as you mentioned these symptoms are of depression. In depression such things happens like mood remains low, interest in day to day activities decreases, irritability, anger outburst, pessimistic thought about future, suicidal ideation, appetite and sleep disturbed. If all such happens continuously for a minimum of 2 week then please visit a psychiatrist. You need treatment for that and by doing so you definitely get help. Depression is a treatable condition it will improve on medication. So do not wast your time and plan to visit a psychiatrist. Best of luck.
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Do head injuries result in behavioural changes? I got injuries on my forehead (prefrontal cortex area) when I was 12-13 years old and I think this resulted in my anxiety issues. I am very anxious since then as long as I can remember.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Do head injuries result in behavioural changes? I got injuries on my forehead (prefrontal cortex area) when I was 12-...
Hi it may lead to some personality changes. So your anxiety or behavioural changes may be due to head trauma or it may be independently. If it is due to trauma then it depends on type, severity and associated symptoms at that time. If you didn't have history of loss of consciousness, bleed through ear, nose or mouth then there is less possibility that all these changes are due to head trauma. Some time these things relates coincidently to other manifestation. Its best to get expert opinion for same. So please visit a psychiatrist to get proper help.
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I am suffering from severe mood swings and anxiety I always feel low un motivated and worst. I lost my interest in everything I took an antidepressant treatment for 5 month but after stopping it all this occur in a same way. Should I go for ect therapy? Because I have a lot of suicidal tendency.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
I am suffering from severe mood swings and anxiety I always feel low un motivated and worst. I lost my interest in ev...
Hi. Its appears that you are suffering from severe depression. Please visit a psychiatrist and on evaluation if he think there is need of ect then he might have plan so. Remember one thing that ect has its own indication and depending on that you will receive that. Other thing is that depression is a treatable condition even using medication. Tc.
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I regularly do smoking and drinking but really wanna quit from these all things. So can you please suggest me some really helpful tips so that I can be free from these bad habits?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, to left your alcohol and smoking the foremost important thing is that your motivation. If you are motivated then you can. As we know that alcohol and tobacco work on brain and person who is used to consume it get dependent on that to work properly. If he wouldn't took these he would feel withdrawal in the form of tremors in hand, sweating, palpitation, anxiety etc in case of alcohol and some time it may leads to seizure also. In case of tobacco he feel irritability, unable to concentrate on work, remain preoccupied with same. So its prudent to take help of de-addiction specialist to manage all these. Other then that medication are also available to decrease craving. A de-addiction specialist also help you by other psychosocial intervention like motivation enhancement therapy, relapse prevention therapy and other one. So in order to get proper help you should visit a psychiatrist.
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I am 23 old female and I am suffering from depression. My mind was blank. What I do I don't know. My confidence is low. Always confused. My mind due to exam forgot what I read. I always feel fear. I feel so bad, guilty and stress. I never like to talk anyone. Always be a silent. Feel nervous to do some new. Feel fear to go among people. Always thinks that people will be ignore me when I try to talk. I have always blank mind. I feel good when some new things I do. But now due to depression I feel only laziness. Always I force myself to do something. Without forcing I am not able to do anything. I try hard to live a life. I never feel any enjoyment. And always comes a suicide thoughts because of my blank mind I m not able to see my future, any scope to live a life, now what I do?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, as you mentioned these symptoms are of depression. In depression such things happens like mood remains low, interest in day to day activities decreases, irritability, anger outburst, pessimistic thought about future, suicidal ideation, appetite and sleep disturbed. If all such happens continuously for a minimum of 2 week then please visit a psychiatrist. You need treatment for that and by doing so you definitely get help. Depression is a treatable condition it will improve on medication. So do not wast your time and plan to visit a psychiatrist. Best of luck.
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I am 45 year old woman married. I am having relationship with 32 year person. He is also married with 1 year son. He is very much possessive. Of me. He does not like me talking to anyone, As I am working women this is not possible. He want my phone to be engaged only with his calls. When my phone is engaged he immediately gets irritated. He doubts me lot. He does not leave a minute for me to be free. I means he keeps on taking to me on phone as soon as I leave my office till I reach my home. He is very jealous. If I question him he says that he loves me so much that he cannot imagine himself without me. He want always to be with him. because of him I have already cut all my relationship with my relatives parents friends. I am facing lot of mental torture which he is unable to understand. If I say something seriously immediately he looses his temper, his health deteriated, he brakes his mobile or while driving he meets with an accident. I am very much scared of all the things happening. In mobile also I have to use watts up only for him no one else. He keeps on watching me online. Daily I need to send him my video otherwise he get irritated. I am very much confused. What is the solution? Unable to take any decision. Unable to discuss with anyone. I am very much confused. I am afraid that if I leave him he will commit suicide. I feel he is sadist.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, on reading your problem it appears that the person about whom you have talked is suffering from delusion of infidelity. In this, person who is suffering from this remains involved in such activity. The best way to get help is to get help from a psychiatrist. However it is very difficult to treat this but still many cases improved significantly specially in cases in which person suffering from this used to take alcohol.
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Head and limbs pain me so much pain that I do and sometimes the whole body is rigid, so all told me that treatment should be erased.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Head and limbs pain me so much pain that I do and sometimes the whole body is rigid, so all told me that treatment sh...
Hi, as you didn't talk about duration of your problem, still I think that it will help you. If you have a same problem since past many month and all your investigations reveals normal finding then you may be suffering from somatoform disorder. In this person have pain at multiple sites, along with that have stomach problem like gastritis, bloating etc. They also have other problem like burning sensation, tingling sensation in different body part, some person also have sexual difficulty too. If any above list have match with your problem then please visit a psychiatrist. He would definitely help you.
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I am not able to concentrate on my studies I used to be a very good student but from past 2 months I am not able to concentrate on my studied. Please advise me?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi. Along with that if you are not able to concentrate other task as well as difficulty in falling asleep, pessimistic thought about future, impaired sleep and appetite or irritability you might be suffering from depression. If don't so still I advice you to see a psychiatrist. He would definitely help you.
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I have problem of loss of memory. Facing from last few months. I cannot recall any work which I have done yesterday or last weak. M facing hair loss also. For that m taking homeopathy medicine. I am too short tempered anger is on the tip of my nose. I do physical workout daily. I cannot concentrate on my studies. Need to know how to resolve this.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Along with that if you are feeling sad, interest in other activities decreases specially pleasurable one, unable to concentrate on things and many more. If such symptoms are there you are suffering from depression. So it's better for you to visit a psychiatrist. He would definitely help you.
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Hiii my grandfather is suffering memory lapse for last few weeks and act wierdly please help.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi. In old age loss of memory may be due to some dementing disorder like alzheimer's or due to some psychiatric illness. Along with that if similar history is present in family, there is more chance for same. So please visit a neuropsychiatrist for further management.
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My father is 55 years old and is a teacher. I feel he has some psychiatric problem. He hates to touch everything else his stuffs. In our home he has his separate stuffs (like soap, cumb, mirror etc) to use and no one else can use that. He always used to be extra clean than its required. After touching anything he cleans his hands with soap. Again he always judge things from the meaning of the brand. Like if the brand is like'Lifeboy' its good but if its like'Killer' then he will never use that. He always becomes too nervous when any official task is given to him without even knowing about that in detail. Whenever a problem arises he becomes tensed and tells that to us and everyone else, even who does not have to do anything with it, repeatedly until someone does that or finds a solution. Please tell me how to deal with this problem.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, it appears from your history that your father is suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder. In this disorder person have excessive doubt of contamination and repetitively wash his/her hands depending on thought of contamination. Other sign are like repetitively counting, checking, arranging things in a symmetry, hoarding. Because of all these suffering person spend hours in doing these activity or rituals and unable to pace with life. Its treatable condition and treatment is available in the form of medication as well as therapies like erp or systemic desensitization. Please visit a psychiatrist for further managements.
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Hi. Sir iam 19 years old. From the age 16 years I used to smoke cigarettes continuously. Few days back I decided to stop smoking. And I stopped also. Its almost 10days over quiting smoke. Is there any side effects for sudden stopping Cigrates.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, conrats. There is no side effect on stopping suddenly. One may be that there is a possibility of weight gain which can be managed by life style modification like physical exercise and by taking appropriate diet. Best of luck.
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I having stammering problems my age 33 kindly suggest me please I need to speak fluent.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hi, stammering might be due to some anxiety provoking condition as well as it can be treated. For that you have to visit a psychiatrist as well as speech therapist. You will definitely get help from them.
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