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Dr. Mrs. Anindta Ghosh

Psychologist, Kolkata

Dr. Mrs. Anindta Ghosh Psychologist, Kolkata
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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Dr. Mrs. Anindta Ghosh is a trusted Psychologist in Lake Town, Kolkata. You can visit him at Mind Care Clinic in Lake Town, Kolkata. Book an appointment online with Dr. Mrs. Anindta Ghosh and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Sometimes I have negative thoughts in my mind and sometimes I go into very deep thinking about someone else but I don't want to. Please help me.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Sometimes I have negative thoughts in my mind and sometimes I go into very deep thinking about someone else but I don...
Get a psychiatric consultation, it can be normal brooding, ocd or something else. Get your doubts cleared.
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I am smoking and drinking last 2year 2-3 in a week, 2-3 days I have sir dard, fever all body parts pain, my noise also closed, khansi please suggest me.

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I am smoking and drinking last 2year 2-3 in a week, 2-3 days I have sir dard, fever all body parts pain, my noise als...
Dear lybrate user, this seems like a viral infection. Take one tablet of paracetamol 500 mg 3-4 times a day for the body pain and fever. For your blocked nose, take steam inhalation 3-4 times a day (10-15 min session); for the cough please do warm salt water gargles in the morning and night. Alternately, you could take any over the counter cold cough preparation. Try not smoking (or atleast reduce) to ease your throat. In case you do not deel better in 3 days or the fever increases, please consult a doctor as certain tests might need to be done before he/ she initiates any antibiotics and other treatment. Take care!
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Whenever I think about the past I feel very angry and frustrated. And whenever I carry my positive thoughts I feel very excited and energetic... But it last only for few hours ... Then I start think about something else which gives me the negative thoughts and will become very angry

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
If you indulge in the past, you will definitely get angry because there will always be things that could have been done differently and that could have produced better results. So there will be regrets. Now we cannot turn back the clock back nor change the past. So that exercise is impossible and futile. But you can learn from them to better improve the present and future. By locking yourself in the past, you become a prisoner of it. The only way to look is, forward. And it looks like you are doing well with that. Learn to stay with the positive and strengthen that position. Because it is still a weak state in you, it will be quite easy to revert back to history and feel the regrets. It is a conscious effort and regular practice that will eventually win this battle. Perhaps there are some things that need to be dealt with about your past. Talk to a counselor and deal with them to completely eradicate it from your mind. Remember it is not possible to remove the memory but it is possible to purge the past memories of its negative energy or force. Keep me posted of your success.
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I unmarried and I not drink and not use alcohol. But monthly 1-2 time Nightfalls. U speak a shahar. What is it? U mean shahid?

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 unmarried and I not drink and not use alcohol. But monthly 1-2 time Nightfalls. U speak a shahar. What is it? U mea...
Dear lybrate-user. Welcome to lybrate. Night falls are normal and is body's normal procedure. You cannot control it and it is not unhealthy. Don't worry. Take care.
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I am suffering from some tension, because I can't have any job right now. Please give me some suggestions.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
I am suffering from some tension, because I can't have any job right now. Please give me some suggestions.
To be a safe and predictable person for those around you at work and at home, it is essential that you are able to maintain your composure when you feel like your 'buttons' are being pushed. This strength will help you to achieve your goals in business as well as your goals for your personal relationships. 1. Share negative emotions only in person or on the phone. E-mails, answering machine messages, and notes are too impersonal for the delicate nature of negative words. What feels like a bomb on paper may feel like a feather when delivered in person. 2. Pepper your responses with the phrase, "I understand" This phrase will support your goals when the tension is high and you need to find common ground to form compromises or agreements with the other party. 3. Take notice when you feel threatened by what someone is saying to you. Resist the temptation to defend yourself or to "shut down" the other person's communication. It will take this kind of discipline to become an open, trusting communicator. 4. Practice making requests of others when you are angry. It is often much more useful to make a request than to share your anger. For example, if the babysitter is driving you crazy by leaving dirty dishes in the sink, it is better to make a request of them than to let your anger leak out in other ways such as by becoming more distant. 5. Try repeating the exact words that someone is saying to you when they are in a lot of emotional pain or when you disagree with them completely. This mirroring technique can keep both the speaker and the listener 'can notered' in a difficult conversation, especially when the attitude of the person doing the mirroring is to gain understanding of a different point of view. 6. Take responsibility for your feelings to avoid blaming others. Notice when 'blame shifting' begins to leak into your speech. "I feel angry when you are twenty minutes late and you don't call me" is much better than, "You make me so mad by being late. 7. Learn to listen to the two sides of the conflict that you are in as if you were the mediator or the counsellor. If you can listen and respond in this way you will bring peace and solutions to the conflict more quickly. For example, in response to an employee's raise request, you might say, "On the one hand I understand that you really need the raise, and on the other hand I represent the company, whose funds are very scarce at this time. Is there a way that I can work on your compensation package that does not involve cash? Here, the mediator's point of view can look for the creative compromise that takes into account the limits and the needs of both parties. 8. Take a playful attitude towards developing the skill of emotional self-control in high conflict situations. You could view maintaining self-control in a tense, angry conversation as an athletic feat. You could also view developing this skill as similar to working out at the gym with weights - the more that you use your self-control muscle the bigger it will grow and the easier it will be to remain calm when tension is great. 9. Wait a few days to cool down emotionally when a situation makes you feel wild with intense feelings, such as rage. As time passes, you will be able to be more objective about the issues and to sort out the truth about the situation more clearly. 10. Make a decision to speak with decorum whenever you are angry or frustrated. If you give yourself permission to blow up, people will not feel safe around you. They will feel that you are not predictable and will carry 'shields' when they are near you. The fear and walls of others will not support your goals for success in relationships or at work.
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Hi sir, I am smoker how avoid to that. Please tell me what should i do to quit smoking?

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
Dear , quitting tobacco addiction is not child's play. De-addiction therapy is an option for you. But in my suggestion, the best option would be, quit it now (today) and sustain it with your will power. Motivation therapy and mind power building therapy should help you. I suggest you to go for counseling and further therapy procedures. Take care.
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My mother is suffering from schizophrenia I am visited to doctor but not getting relief could you suggest me any thing.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
Try another doctor, and there is no way she can manage without medication. At her age this disease can be quite crippling and difficult for her too. What she needs to do is to go for counseling along with the medication. She must be put on a tight time schedule of activities too. She must be occupied but not busy: occupational therapy is highly recommended. Anything that attracts her attention is normally good for her. Always keep her mind engaged with outside distractions because otherwise she will go internal where all the craziness lurks. Once she goes internal she can get locked in and getting her to relate to the external world thereafter will become near impossible. Ideally she should be around people who will interact with her. Sometimes these methods can actually relieve her of many symptoms of the disease. Exercise is an integral part of her daily routine but it has to be suitable to her age and physical condition. Remember there is no cure but getting her to become functional as much as possible at her age is good for her and the family. This will be an on-going exercise and everyone must pitch in, be patient and kind, yet firm. Any passive state will encourage degeneration.
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I have thyroid. I feel like I'm losing my memory a lot bcoz of it. I am taking required medication but still I feel very worried about this memory issue. Please suggest me a way out.

M. S. in Psychotherapy and Counselling
Psychologist, Jaipur
Hi, I can understand your worries. Take medicines as directed. Along with this you must do some physical exercise. Brisk walking is the best exercise but put the sport shoes on. Also have some proper healthy diet. To enhance memory 3r's are important i. E. Review, repeat and revise. If you are preparing for some exam then visualise topics. Record your answers and play them again and again. You might discover your own techniques also. Mnemonics may also help.
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My name is nayan, 28 year old male from bangalore. I feel I got anxiety disorder. I always feel a sense of fear. Kindly help me.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
My name is nayan, 28 year old male from bangalore. I feel I got anxiety disorder. I always feel a sense of fear. Kind...
As we are growing up, we learn many things from our elders and from the environment. Anxiety and fears are all because of our conditioning since childhood. It will be very important to know, in what situations you feel more anxious. Even about the unknown fear, you need to think more and understand what are you scared of? and what has caused this? once you know this, then it will be easier for you to get rid of this. A counsellor will be of great help. Unless you are diagnosed with" anxiety disorder" by a psychologist or a psychiatrist, please don't label yourself with anxiety disorder. If any medication is given to you, please take it under doctor's supervision. Do not give negative messages to your own self. Have faith in your abilities. Try to improve your physical and mental strength. Good luck.
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I have severe headache at my temple regions since 4-5 months and its continuously there every alternate day and as an addition now a days I am facing issues like memory loss, loss of awareness, social isolation etc. Please suggest me a remedy.

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 have severe headache at my temple regions since 4-5 months and its continuously there every alternate day and as an...
Dear Lybrate user, Welcome to Lybrate. From the given symptoms, it seems that you are suffering from stress disorder. You should consult a psychologist. Stress is simply a reaction to a stimulus that disturbs our physical or mental equilibrium. In other words, it's an omnipresent part of life. A stressful event can trigger the “fight-or-flight” response, causing hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol to surge through the body. A little bit of stress, known as “acute stress,” can be exciting—it keeps us active and alert. But long-term, or “chronic stress,” can have detrimental effects on health. You may not be able to control the stressors in your world, but you can alter your reaction to them. Physical exercise, creative activities, deep breathing, being away from the situation for sometime etc can help you tackle the stress. I need to know, what are the causes with which you are stressed? Once you know the reason, you will be able to adjust with it with some psycho therapy methods. Please let me know the details. Take care.
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I have 6 years old girl child. I feel that she is inattentive or hyperactive behaviour. Any psychologist advice me how to handle this.

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
Dear, for a six year old child, diagnosis for hyper activity is very difficult. If you are able to provide me with more symptoms, I may help you with diagnosis. Take care.
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Yesterday I asked about my cousin language learning disability and counting money difficulty and he is one son for them they want to marry him at any cost his age is 23 years provide some good suggestion through which he can learn counting money and one doubt when his brain is normal what is the problem of mental age explain to me.

B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology, Ph. D - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Yesterday I asked about my cousin language learning disability and counting money difficulty and he is one son for th...
Marriage has nothing to do with age. It is more to do with aperson's ability to take care of one's srlf and taking responsibility of the other person. As suggested by Ms. Parasher, a complete assessment of your cousin's ability level needs to be done and training needs to be given accordingly. Generally, people begin to understand and behave in certain ways as they grow, which in common language we say maturity level. On the basis of the maturity of thinking we say things like - this person behaves like a child or this person behaves like a dadi ma. Mental age tells us that person's behaviour resembles the behaviour of an average ---year old.
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I am 33 years old and I am suffering from depression. It's a recurrent type disorder. I have taken medications from last 10 years .during this period I have changed 3 to 4 doctors. But problem not resolved. From last 2 years I am taking medication continually from same doctors. Now I feel some better. The medications given by doc. Are 1.mirtaz7.5 mg 2.nexito5 mg 3.lamtec50 mg Please suggest me to overcome the depression quickly.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
I am 33 years old and I am suffering from depression. It's a recurrent type disorder. I have taken medications from l...
Chronic depression and that too like urs cannot be overcome just like that, Aim would to be symptom free and maintain good quality of life. Quickest acting intervention for depression is ECT (Electro-convulsive-therapy)
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I am 19 years old. I am male. I have sinus. I am also some fat. I am non-veg how can I reduce the effect of sinus on my body. My blood group is A+ and weight is 75 Kg. I Don't have any smoking or drinking habits. Is there a chance that I will get any other diseases.Please suggest.

Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Pulmonologist, Delhi
I am 19 years old. I am male. I have sinus. I am also some fat. I am non-veg how can I reduce the effect of sinus on ...
The best way is to do lots of breathing exercises like jogging, running, swimming and playing games which involves running
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Sir, i'm 25 year old(male) engineering student. Recently I had appeared for some examination for job but result was no positive. I'm a hard working student, use to study 14-16 hours a day. Now i'm feeling depressed, stopped talking to friends. But i'm still studying because there are some more examination in coming months. Sir, is there any problem in me.

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
Dear, there is nothing wrong with you. You should be able to distinguish between disappointment and depression. Disappointment also brings on symptoms identical to depression but they are short lived. Your exam results were unexpected and therefore you are a bit disappointed. It will take some time to come out of such situation. Don; t worry. Please post a private question to me with every detail. I will help you. Take care.
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What can b done to be free ftom past tensions n all. I mean I want to remove past tensions n incidents from my mind. M patient of depression n nearly going to b cure?

BHMS
Homeopath, Thane
What can b done to be free ftom past tensions n all. I mean I want to remove past tensions n incidents from my mind. ...
Hi. Tab tranquil (sbl) 4tabs to be chewed thrice a day 1/2 an hour after meals. Coffea cruda 200 4pills to be taken in the evening at 7pm, then after dinner and again before sleep. Daily. Revert back for further treatment.
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I am 24 years old male and I am suffering from phobia fear of height and open place and lift please tell what I should do? Please advise.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am 24 years old male and I am suffering from phobia fear of height and open place and lift please tell what I shoul...
These are examples of normal fear becoming abnormal due to the neglect of fear itself. Fear is good and is extremely useful to exercise caution where necessary. Somewhere and somehow you have been denying the fear and it has over a period of time developed into phobia. It is also possible that in childhood you may have had some traumatic experience and that has led to this abnormal response to fear today. Meet with a counselor and deal with your emotions to deal with the underlying causes. In the meantime you can learn to de-condition yourself off of the phobia by frequenting these places with a therapist and gradually working out through the experience the various reactions that you will go through. Over time you will find that your phobia is unfounded and learn to develop normal responses to these situations. Vigorous exercise, especially of the callisthenic kind, will make your heart, which is a muscle, grow larger; and then your heart will need to beat less often and you will respond to the phobia with a calmer disposition. This will give you an undue advantage over the phobia to perhaps bring it into the normal realm of fear. That, you can then tackle with aplomb.
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My cousin hrt beat is beating fast. All reports are normal. She is preparing for her exam. But she say she do not take any tension about exam. But her hrt is beating fast then normal. please suggest me.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
My cousin hrt beat is beating fast. All reports are normal. She is preparing for her exam. But she say she do not tak...
Hi, If you are constantly worrying, feeling tense, or thinking negative or catastrophic things will happen, you may be struggling with anxiety. Although the exact causes of anxiety are uncertain, people who suffer from this condition often share risk factors, such as having a family member who has anxiety, experiencing trauma, being female, or having other forms of mental illness. Fortunately, the right combination of medications, cognitive approaches, and lifestyle changes can help you to reduce the symptoms and overcome anxiety. Sleep and anxiety have a complex chicken-or-the-egg relationship. A lack of sleep can cause anxiety, and anxiety can result in sleep disturbance. To gain control of your anxiety, focus on getting at least seven hours of sleep each night. Use the following tips to get adequate shut-eye: Allow your body to adjust to sleeping on a regular schedule. Turn off electronics 30 minutes prior to bed. Make your bed room environment comfortable and strictly for sleeping. Exercise. Develop a winding down ritual to follow nightly. Use aromatherapy like lavender scents to promote relaxation. Quit smoking (nicotine can affect sleep). In addition to maintaining overall physical health, exercise can have a profound impact on mental well-being. Physical activity generates endorphins, which are the body's feel-good chemicals. As a result, engaging in exercise regularly can relieve stress and distract you from worries. Doctors suggest getting approximately 30 minutes of exercise each day of the week. Walk, jog, row, or bike — it's up to you. Just choose an activity that you will commit to. Eat a balanced diet. You may not understand the connection between what you eat and how you feel, but it's definitely there. Certain foods and beverages like refined sugar or caffeine, may worsen anxiety. Instead, drink plenty of water and eat healthy meals with a balance of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy, and lean protein. There are heaps of research connecting caffeine to increased anxiety. Caffeine has been found to increase anxiety, depression, and hostility. Avoid caffeine in soda, coffee and tea (go for decaf), and even chocolate. You need to practice deep breathing exercise: Find a quiet space where you can be alone with no distractions. Close the door, if possible. As you get used to this breathing exercise, you may be able to close out distractions and perform the exercise around others. Sit upright, with your back straight. You can sit in a chair, or sit on the floor with your legs crossed, whatever feels more natural. You can lie down if you must. Keep in mind, however, that sitting upright allows your lungs to fill to maximum capacity, which is best when practicing deep breathing Place your arms on the arms of a chair or resting on your thighs. This removes the burden from your shoulders and aids in relaxation. For a count of four seconds, breathe deeply through your nose. Your lower belly should expand with the breath. For one to two seconds, simply hold the breath inside your chest. Now, exhale all of the air out of your lungs through your mouth. You should hear a" whoosh" sound as it leaves your mouth. Notice your belly deflating as you release the breath. To avoid hyperventilating, pause for a few seconds before taking a new breath. Do this entire sequence again for about five minutes. About six to eight cycles of breathing per minutes is considered effective at relieving anxiety. Nonetheless, you should find your own natural breathing rhythm that makes you comfortable. Practice deep breathing at least twice a day for five minutes each session. Note that deep breathing should not be saved for only when you are experiencing anxiety. Practice this exercise daily to manage the symptoms of anxiety and fend off stress.
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I am 42 years old lady, mother of 9 years old son. I am a full time employer of an organisation. I suffer very much on mood swing. In a day most of the time I feel sad and in very much trifle matter tears come out from my eyes. I think it is a sign of depression. Please help me how to get rid of this situation.

L L. B..,, M.Sc psychy,, N L P, P.G.D.G.C, M.S psychotherapy,, M.A child care, M A, clinical psy, M.A,social psychiatry,, M.Phil., psychology., Ph.D .,psychology
Psychologist, Vijayawada
I am 42 years old lady, mother of 9 years old son. I am a full time employer of an organisation. I suffer very much o...
Yes it is sign of depression. But you have chance to overcome yourself. Sad thoughts comes means you are thinking internally so many problems. May be family problems or work problems. Whatever it may be but you are thinking too much about it. Because of your internal thinking process. Externally mood swings time to time and sad thoughts also. That means you are not share your internal thoughts to any other person or friends or family members. Always thinking yourself. But it is not good to your health. Because of secrecy nature. You are suffering with psychological problems. If you want you should overcome it. So better to share your internal feelings with your close friends and family members. Do not be alone. Do not think alone. Talk with friends in a pleasing manner, express your doubts and problems. Take the help of friends. It is always good to you. Feel always comfortable. Eat good food. Walk more time. Sleep right time. Create your own entertainment channels. Think always in a positive manner. All the best. My best wishes.
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I want to loss my memory. So tell me the medicine which help me. What should I do?

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 want to loss my memory. So tell me the medicine which help me. What should I do?
Dear user. There are no medicines with which you can loose your memory completely. Suggest online counseling. Take care.
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