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Dr. Aritra Chakraborty

MBBS (CAL),MD(PSYCHIATRY)

Psychiatrist, Bankura

1 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic
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I'm a caring, skilled professional, dedicated to simplifying what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health care.
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He has had many happy patients in his 1 year of journey as a Psychiatrist. He is a qualified MBBS (CAL),MD(PSYCHIATRY) . Book an appointment online with Dr. Aritra Chakraborty and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS (CAL),MD(PSYCHIATRY) - IPGME&R,SSKM HOSPITAL ,KOLKATA - 2017

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I know that I am a good debater and today first I spoke in hindi. I got 2nd prize but still I am not at all satisfied as the girl who got 1st was not deserving for it. This was even the choice of audience taht I should win. But luck was with her. So from that point of time, I am feeling as if I am fit for nothing. I am suffering from headache and a lot of tension. What should I do?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
I know that I am a good debater and today first I spoke in hindi. I got 2nd prize but still I am not at all satisfied...
You need not lose heart and feel depressed. In competition it is natural to win or lose and you prepare better next time and always you will not win and have good sportsman spirit to take success and failure with calm mind for your better future , you can have talk with parents or elders for moral support/. Upi do meditaion and yoga for mind control and your headache will go then
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I am 47 years old male non diabetic non hypertension non thyroid, 5.8 feet height and 75 to 80 kgs weight most sensitive person suffering from acrophobia I mean fear of heights. Thus cannot drive on mountain slopes cannot use glass elevators and am afraid of third fourth story Windows and balconies. I already tried to expose myself to heights but of no use. Please prescribe necessary medication?

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology
Psychologist, Palakkad
I am 47 years old male non diabetic non hypertension non thyroid, 5.8 feet height and 75 to 80 kgs weight most sensit...
Dear, the best method is to keep away from those circumstances. With the help of medicines, you may temporarily overcome the hysteria and anxiety, but that is not a permanent cure. Slowly, when time passes, you will overcome this problem. Take care.
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What is bipolar? What's the clinical definition? If there is not one why is this Dr. quote on quote treating" bipolar"no explanation was given when he prescribed latuda.

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Sexologist, Mumbai
What is bipolar? What's the clinical definition? If there is not one why is this Dr. quote on quote treating" bipolar...
Bipolar disorder was earlier called as Manic Depressive psychosis. It's a major illness that needs medical management by an expert. ICD 10 F31 is the international classification of this disorder. People who are in the high phase lose insight. Meaning they don't know their behavior is different and far away from normal. They feel on the top of the world. Who wants medication in such a high feeling? It is the close relatives who can tell unmistakably about the altered behavior. Sleep is reduced. Speaking and flow of thoughts increases in the hypomania phase and it is common to find that the person revolts against medication. The same person when in depression feels opposite. Dull and lethargic he lacks enthusiasm and zest in life's activities. In the depression phase he is willing to take medicines, which he rebels against in the high phase. If in doubt meet another psychiatrist with a close relative. My best wishes are with you, Happiness doctor
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9 Ways to Control Bipolar mood Disorder

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
9 Ways to Control Bipolar mood Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a serious mental health condition in which episodes of mania - an abnormally elevated mood often accompanied by feelings of euphoria - are interspersed with bouts of depression.

People with bipolar disorder generally need to be treated with mood stabilizers and other medications. But maintaining a healthy lifestyle is also important. Eating right, sticking to a regular sleep schedule, and other healthy habits can help people with bipolar disorder manage their condition

  1. Take your meds - Take your medication every day as prescribed by your doctor. In all, 1 in 3 people will remain completely free of symptoms of bipolar disorder by taking mood-stabilizing medicine, such as carbamazepine or lithium, for life.
  2. Exercise daily - Moderate physical activity for 30 minutes a day can help control mood swings.
  3. Eat a balanced diet - Make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need. Eating meals at regular times will help establish a stress-reducing daily routine.
  4. Avoid traveling into other time zones - If you are planning to travel extensively, you may want to call your doctor before you leave. Traveling into other time zones can disrupt your medication schedule and trigger a manic episode.
  5. Get the same number of hours of sleep every night - Changes in your sleep patterns can sometimes trigger a manic or depressive episode. Try your best to keep the same bedtime and rise time, varying them by no more than an hour.
  6. Avoid alcohol and illegal drugs - Even one drink can disrupt your sleep, change your mood, or interfere with your medicines, which can make symptom
  7. Reduce stress at work and at home - Try to keep regular hours at work so stress won't trigger a manic or depressive episode. If stress at work or at home is a problem, counseling may help.
  8. Limit caffeine and nicotine during manic episodes - Caffeine and nicotine can both act as stimulants, which can make symptoms worse. Plus, too much caffeine can change your sleeping habits.
  9. Seek treatment immediately

Getting treatment immediately will help you to proactively manage symptoms of a depressive or manic episode and avoid disruptions to your life. Often you don't notice early signs or symptoms, so take the time to educate whoever is closest to you what signs and symptoms to look for. They can alert you when they see a change that suggests the beginning of a mood episode. Show them you welcome such feedback, and be sure to take it seriously if you get it
 

I feel like people are mocking me or I'm losing friends. I had a big group of friends but I feel apart with some due to arguments, then had another group and now we moved on to different countries so lost touch again, I feel lonely. Although I have a caring wife and a small kid I feel as if I don't fit with groups like I did before. I used to be the centre of fun.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology
Psychologist, Palakkad
I feel like people are mocking me or I'm losing friends. I had a big group of friends but I feel apart with some due ...
Dear lybrate user. I can understand. Age and experience makes people wise. Wise people easily starts understanding other people and prefer to be away from people who do not fit their crieteria. In your case too, you are being wise. Don't worry. But you should try to get friends. Meet two ir three new people daily and try to talk to them every week. You may get one or two same wavelength people out of 100 or so such friends. You can make them intimate friends. You must try, for sure. Otherwise just enjoy life without friends, there are many people who do that. Take care.
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I am in deep love with insecurity due to lack faith on partner because she lives far from me. She is also facing some tension and depressed by having her own responsibilities for that she lack of economical help. For that I want to do something for her but can't able to do anything because I think I m suffering from highly insecurity from her part thinking if she won't take any unrealistic step or decision which'll cause any harm on my love and her life.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I am in deep love with insecurity due to lack faith on partner because she lives far from me. She is also facing some...
Hi Nik, Nothing comes with guarantee in life. There are always risks and chances we have to take. We have to be convinced on the choices we make in our life. When you started with relation you must have seen something worth to take that step. Insecurities are a part of every relation but if you cant convince yourself that she will be be worth it or if she is serious for you let it go. Because otherwise you are in a prison from where there is no escape. You will continuously be in insecurities and they will harm you and your relation. You can ask her upfront what she wants, how she sees the relationship and since you know her the best make a decision about being together or not. sometimes our insecurities are baseless and we should consciously make an effort to overcome it by thinking about worthwhile things, being busy, make your career. always remember, the right people will stay while be thankful for the wrong people leaving your life. You can help her to the limit possible for you, you don;t have to go out of the way. This way you will help also and may not regret majorly if anything goes wrong. Have faith for once let go off the insecurities and see. Whatever happens happens for good.
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I'm 16 years old I cannot have a sound sleep due to the absence of sleep in my life. My schedule is very busy due to studies and sometimes I even have headache .so please show me the way to overcome this problem of headache .it pains very badly.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
I'm 16 years old I cannot have a sound sleep due to the absence of sleep in my life. My schedule is very busy due to ...
You will have to review your study schedule. That is causing enough stress to give you a headache. Hard work and no sleep is a recipe for poor health and concentration. At 16 years if you do so much for your studies and so little for your wellbeing, then you can expect to suffer more serious problems over time. This does not make any sense. So plan your day properly and do everything in moderation.
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This is true, but I would like to share that I am a widower aged 61 years and in service free from all homely responsibilities. Even though my whole day passed in office, at home I used to listen bhajan, music etc, reading books. But feeling lonely without partner. Please advice how to keep my self busy when i feel lonely.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology
Psychologist, Palakkad
This is true, but I would like to share that I am a widower aged 61 years and in service free from all homely respons...
Dear user. As you already know, this is not an issue with only you. There are many people out there with the same sort of fate and you can always take some tips from those people. Feeling lonely without partner is a reality and you cannot run away from reality. Accept that you are alone and spend time to think about your life with your partner. I suggest online counseling for you. Take care.
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