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Dr. Urmil Bishnoi - Psychologist, Jaipur

Dr. Urmil Bishnoi

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Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology

Psychologist, Jaipur

11 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Urmil Bishnoi 87% (70 ratings) Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology Psychologist, Jaipur
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Dr. Urmil Bishnoi is an experienced Psychologist in C-Scheme, Jaipur. She has over 11 years of experience as a Psychologist. She is a Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology . She is currently practising at Psychelevate in C-Scheme, Jaipur. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Urmil Bishnoi on Lybrate.com.

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Ph.D Psychology - Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur - 2012
M.Phil - Psychology - Vinayaka Mission University - 2007
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Counsellor & Psychotherapist at Hospitals & NGO'S
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Hindi

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Attention Deficit Disorder - How It Can Be Treated?

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
Attention Deficit Disorder - How It Can Be Treated?

Attention deficit/hyperactivity issue (ADHD) is a mental condition that is marked by a continuous example of inattention as well as hyperactivity-impulsivity that meddles with the working or advancement of that person. Inattention implies that a person gets distracted from tasks, lacks focus and is not concentrating on the task at hand. Hyperactivity implies that a person tends to move around continuously, especially into situations in which it is not needed. Impulsivity implies that a person makes hurried decisions without thinking about them and that may have negative outcomes or risky consequences.

Here are a few ways with which you can treat ADHD.
Therapy: Along with medicines, certain treatments can be valuable in treating ADHD in children, teenagers and grown-ups. Therapy is helpful in treating other problems as well. For example, anxiety or nervousness issue that may show up with ADHD. The types of the therapies that might be used are as follows.

  • Psycho-education: Psycho-education implies that you or your kid will be urged to understand ADHD and how it affects you. It can help children, adolescents and grown-ups understand why they have been diagnosed with ADHD. It can also help you adapt and manage the condition.
    • Behavioral treatment: Behavioral treatment gives support to the caretakers of the people with ADHD, and may include teachers and guardians. The treatment includes behavior administration, which uses a group of prizes to encourage your child to attempt to control their ADHD.
    • Social skills training: Social skills training includes children or youngsters taking part in role-plays or pretending to be in certain situations. This intends to show them how to carry on in social circumstances by figuring out how their behavior influences or affects others.
  • Cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT): Cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you deal with your issues by changing the way you think and behave. A CBT advisor would attempt to change how your kid feels about a situation, which would thus change their conduct.
  • Eat less carbs: Individuals with ADHD need to eat a healthy diet. A few people may see a connection between types of foods and declining ADHD side effects. For instance, sugar, food colorings, added sugars, and caffeine are frequently blamed for increasing hyperactivity.

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

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Panic Attack - Ways It Can Be Treated!

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
Panic Attack - Ways It Can Be Treated!

A panic attack is something which can hit a person like a sack of bricks and can really affect him or her. While a lot of people around the world do happen to suffer as a result of panic attacks, not many of them know what they could do to make it end soon and to get back to normal. So, wouldn’t it be a pretty good idea to learn a little about what can be done to control a panic attack?

Symptoms
One of the most common signs of a panic attack is a hike in the rate of intake of air and an increase in the pulse rate of the person at the same time. In addition to this, the person’s palms get sweaty and clammy. A lot of people who experience panic attacks also feel the need to either vomit or defecate when they have one, neither of which can be said to be a pleasant feeling. Dizziness and a feeling of numbness are also quite common symptoms indicating a panic attack.

Causes
The reason why a person usually has a panic attack in the first place is because he or she feels that the degree of control possessed over a certain situation is not to the level that would seem to be comfortable. What is interesting when it comes to panic attacks is the fact that the more a person panics in a specific situation, the more the panic attacks are going to occur in that sort of situation or ones that are similar. For example, if a person is worried prior to a race and runs away from it instead of running the race itself, it registers in the mind as something worth being scared about. Facing up to the fear has great value. Apart from the anxiety factor, certain medicines and physical ailments also sometimes result in panic attacks.

Tips to end a panic attack
1. Hyperventilation is common and a deep breath goes a long way.
2. An alternative to hyperventilation would be to hold one’s breath. The duration for which this should be done is about 10 to 15 seconds. Doing this just a few times greatly helps in returning to normal.
3. A person doesn’t really think when in the middle of a panic attack. Making the effort to do any mental exercise such as backward counting in sets of 3 from 100 helps. 

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

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How many days it takes to recover from obsession and depression, am on fluvator 50 mg and qutan 25 tab? From 1 month am taking fluvator but no improvement? What to do?

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
How many days it takes to recover from obsession and depression, am on fluvator 50 mg and qutan 25 tab? From 1 month ...
Dear user, medicine never get you out from ocd and depression. Its your will power that will help you. Don’t get dependent on medicines, change your life style, add some activities to your routine. Do yoga, exercises, walks etc. You need regular counseling sessions (CBT). Call me and discuss all the things in detail, tc.
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Acute Stress Disorder - Effective Ways To Manage It!

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
Acute Stress Disorder - Effective Ways To Manage It!

While stress is very common in most people, acute stress disorder (ASD) is a condition which has the following features.

  • Occurs after a severe incident or trauma including death of a dear person, major accident, severe injury or incident, threat to oneself, etc.
  • Affects either the person affected by the trauma directly or by someone who witnessed the event from close quarters
  • Person goes through severe stress within a month after the event and can last anywhere between 1 day to beyond a month
  • Seen in people who have had trauma and can eventually lead to full-blown post-traumatic stress disorder

Symptoms:

  1. Emotionally feeling detached, numb, or unaffected
  2. Not very aware of the real surroundings, could be hallucinating also
  3. Feels disconnected with the people in the surrounding, both emotionally and physically
  4. Can have episodes of dissociative amnesia where they are not able to recollect the trauma
  5. They avoid stimuli which can induce the memory of the event including talking about related people, places, objects, thoughts, or activities.
  6. They could have recurrent images of the event, including illusions, flashbacks, and recurrent thoughts
  7. Anxiety including trouble sleeping, irritation, lack of focus, constantly tensed, becoming startled, etc.

Management:

  1. The first step is to make a diagnosis to confirm it is, in fact, ASD.
  2. This happens through detailed discussion with the patient and may take a couple of sittings
  3. Instances of drug abuse and other psychiatric problems should be ruled out
  4. People with suicidal tendencies need to be hospitalised to avoid injury to self and/or others
  5. Education about the condition and empathy to help them cope with the situation are very important
  6. Hypnotherapy may be used to uncover hidden feelings, emotions, fears, and thoughts which can help in arriving at a conclusion and also manage the condition
  7. If required, they may need to be provided assistance in terms of accommodation as staying alone may be detrimental. There are good chances of inflicting injury to self and to others.
  8. Staying with close friends or family not just helps in avoiding injury but also provides moral support for the person which can aid in recovery
  9. Medications like anti-anxiety drugs and selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitors which are used in treating depression are helpful depending on whether the person presents with anxiety or depression
  10. Cognitive therapy can help in faster recovery and also prevent the acute stress disorder from getting converted to a full-fledged post-traumatic stress disorder
  11. Prevention can be done by seeking professional help if a significant traumatic event has occurred. This will improve coping mechanisms and reduce the impact of the stress. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
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Hi sir/madam, I am 24 years old From last 6 months I am seeing dreams in night, After some days my dreams becoming true in any manner. So I am very afraid of it.

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
Hi sir/madam,
I am
24 years old
From last 6 months I am seeing dreams in night,
After some days my dreams becoming tr...
Dear user. Don’t think too much about your dreams, try to ignore them and keep busy yourself with your daily routine. Add exercises and activities in your routine, even then you are facing problem then please call and discuss, tc.
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I am suffering from stress from 6 months. I am preparation for CA. I want some treatment for relief mind stress & con son trait my study.

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
I am suffering from stress from 6 months. I am preparation for CA. I want some treatment for relief mind stress & con...
Dear user, you didn’t explain the reason behind your stress. Don’t go for any kind of medicine. You can help yourself and need some counseling sessions. Don’t think about the results of your exam, juss do your best, throw out all the worries from your mind and keep concentrate on your study. You can call and discuss your worries, tc.
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My mind is very week and I am depressed always my thinking power is very week please give me a solution.

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
My mind is very week and I am depressed always my thinking power is very week please give me a solution.
Dear user, don’t judge yourself in a negative manner, never compare yourself with others because everyone has blessed with some kind of speciality, recognize your inner-self, your qualities and potentialities. Definitely something is hidden inside you, the only need is to click that. You need some counseling sessions, call me and tc.
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Why does thoughts of mine death continuously comes in mind and goes, why am not able think about my future, it's like even if someone gives me lakhs of RS for me that will be of no use? Don't know why, I don't feel like to do anything! My doctor given me fluvator 50 mg tab? What happened, if I think I have to get new bike ,than my mind says, you will die one day why you are taking it than?

Ph.D Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Jaipur
Why does thoughts of mine death continuously comes in mind and goes, why am not able think about my future, it's like...
Dear user, from how long you are disturbed. Don’t think that medicines help you out, please go for counseling sessions, try to think positive, one day we all have to die, but it doesn’t mean k we give up happiness and enjoyment of our present life. Do exercises and engage yourself in activities, call me and discuss all the things in detail so that I am able to help, guide and support you, tc.
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