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Dr. Mrs. Suparna Das  - Psychologist, Kolkata

Dr. Mrs. Suparna Das

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Dr. Mrs. Suparna Das is a trusted Psychologist in Lake Town, Kolkata. He is currently associated with Mind Care Clinic in Lake Town, Kolkata. Book an appointment online with Dr. Mrs. Suparna Das and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Hello sir/madam I have a chewing tobacco habit I want lose my habit please help 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 lybrate user. I can understand. Chewing tobacco addiction comes under SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTION. Deaddiction treatment is best suited for such addictions. Medically assisted drug detoxification or alcohol detoxification alone is ineffective as a treatment for addiction. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) recommends detoxification followed by both medication (where applicable) and behavioral therapy, followed by relapse prevention.
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Coping with the Loss of Loved One

DNB, DPM, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Coping with the Loss of Loved One

Each and every person on this planet has to deal with the loss of a loved one at some point of their life or the other. It is an undeniable and unavoidable part of the human existence. However, at times, the grief can affect the person so much that their psychological, emotional and physical health may be affected. Their normal day- to-day functioning may be affected as a result of their extreme reaction to the loss of their loved one. In such a case it is ideal to seek treatment from a certified medical professional such as a counselor or psychologist. If the condition is even more serious and the patient requires help to treat him or her, then it is advisable to go to a psychiatrist.

However, the following tips commonly given by mental health professionals may help to deal with such a loss:

  • Accepting one's emotion: Sometimes an individual may remain in denial about the loss of the loved one or about his or her own reaction to it. This increases the negative emotion as it does not find a medium of expression. The person withdraws into himself or herself, and is slowly unable to conduct the usual daily activities. The first step therefore is to fully accept the reality of the event and one's own response to it. It can help to speak to a friend or family member about one's own response, or even release the grief by crying. Such cathartic avidities are the first step.
  • Taking care of oneself: Often after the death of a loved one, an individual may become wary of his or her own condition and fail to look after himself or herself. This should be avoided. Normal diet, exercise and activities are required.
  • Channeling grief into productive activity: Constantly focusing on the loss of the loved one can increase the trauma and stress. Sometimes it helps to focus on helping others, e.g. Volunteering at a charity or assisting others in some way. Even taking up artistic pursuits or any productive hobby proves to be beneficial.
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I always think of past and can't concentrate in present frequent mood swings and always in depression and putting on weight. Is this a psychological problems.

PGDPC
Psychologist, Pune
Dear Mr. Lybrate-user, nice of you to write about the issues you are facing. Life is a beautiful gift enjoy it fully appreciate all that's going on around you. Be a witness to all of life's moment s, if you focus on the past remember you cannot undo what's already done. In the same way if you focus on the future you do not know what will come to pass. Rather it's better to live in the moment and enjoy it fully. Take some time out for yourself and try to figure out your goals (short term and long term). Live your life by your own goals. Be open to all the opportunities that come your way, view all the obstacles as areas where you can learn and grow. Remember it's all the challenges that you face and meet that that will make you grow. Wishing you all the best! sajen john.
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Hello Sir, I have anxiety from 1 month. I'm talking treatment if anxiety and gastroenterology Reason of anxiety is unprotected sex That's why I am very stressed all time. I already test of hiv antibody after 30 days of exposure. Result is negative. please help.

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
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I have anxiety from 1 month. I'm talking treatment if anxiety and gastroenterology
Reason of anxiety is un...
You are suffering with psychological phobia. Due to unprotected sex. Internally you feel guilty and now taking medicine. You do not capacity control your internal thoughts. In that case it is better to not take any risks in life. You are doing one mistake. Next time will not go risky process. Fear is more dangerous than disease. It is common. It also depends up on the personality. Somebody do not care. Somebody too much thinking about small reasons. So you need to consult psychologist. It is better to attend psychological counselling sessions. It will not affect to your thinking process. It helps to come out of the your psychological problems. It improves your life style modification. Do not think too much about this problem. Do not spend alone. It is very dangerous. Be share your personal feelings and problems with your closed friends and family members. Be sociable all the time. Be happy all the time. Do not repeat the mistake. It is better to keep away from this aspects. Be happy all the time. Ok all the best.
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What are the symptoms for going in depression. What are its signs and symptoms. If someone is going in depression then what are its cure.

MBBS, MD Psychiatry, DNB Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Nagpur
What are the symptoms for going in depression. What are its signs and symptoms. If someone is going in depression the...
A feeling of sadness of mood or disinterest in work or surroundings persistent ku almost throughout the day, for more than 15 days, with no medical cause behind it can be considered a symptom of depression. Other symptoms include loss of sleep, appetite, irritability, crying spells, feeling helpless, hopeless and worthless etc. Depression like any other illness is treatable with medicines and counseling.
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Anger: 7 Tips to Control it!

Bachelors In Psychology, Masters In Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma In Guidance & Counselling
Psychologist, Jalandhar
Anger: 7 Tips to Control it!

Do you get angry easily? Do you fume when something goes against your wish? Does your blood pressure rocket when someone tells you something that you don't like? Anger is a normal emotion of human psychology, but it is equally important to keep your anger under control. Just like any other emotion, anger too varies from person to person, and the circumstances. Uncontrolled anger can lead to mental and physical stress. It also causes stress on relationships and damages your health. Therefore, it is important to practice anger management exercises to control such extremes of emotions.

Here are some of the anger management tips that can help you control your anger:

  1. Think before you speak: We often say something out of anger and then regret it later. This is a common condition that has been faced by almost everyone at some point of time. Do not say things abruptly without thinking. Always take your time and think over what you are about to say.
  2. Express your anger once you are calm: Do not say things at the heat of the moment. Once you calm down, express your views on things that are bothering you. This will help you express better without hurting anyone.
  3. Exercise: Regular exercise is one of the best tools to reduce stress. Light meditative exercises performed on a regular basis such as a morning jog or deep breathing can control your anger to a great extent.
  4. Identify the specific cause: Instead of being grumpy about things that make you angry, try to find out the root cause of the issue and eliminate it, so that you don't have to face it again. Remind yourself that anger won't solve the problem and can only make situations worse.
  5. Hold no grudge: Holding on to the negative feelings can only have a negative impact on your own health. Learn to forgive others. Forgiving not only keeps the relationship healthy, but also keeps you away from stress and negative emotions.
  6. Practice relaxation tactics: When your temper reaches its height, put your relaxation tactics in action. A few tactics like deep breathing or repeating words to yourself like "Take it easy" or "Calm down" can actually calm you down during critical situations.
  7. Take a timeout: Take short breaks during stressful times of your day. This helps to release some of your stress and calm you down. You may also listen to music, take a light snack or do something that you like, to spend some time away from stressful conditions of your daily routine. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
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Im taking unflavoured flavoured protein from 5 months and taking anxiety medicines also im fine n its time to stop these medicine but now I changed my protein to chocolate flavoured n its make me anxious again is there need to stop this flavoured one or it will be kk with time.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
Im taking unflavoured flavoured protein from 5 months and taking anxiety medicines also im fine n its time to stop th...
It is fine to take flavoured protein supplement if it suits your taste and no danger in taking it
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I am 33 years old and from last couple of months I am going through depression what should I do?

D.P.M(psychiatry) [Diploma in Psychological medicine] , MBBS
Sexologist, Jalna
I am 33 years old and from last couple of months I am going through depression what should I do?
Hello, it is best to consult a psychiatrist early in depression to prevent impairment in your personal and professional life. You could choose either medicines or counselling depending upon severity of illness. In the meanwhile, you can:- 1) aerobic exercise for 30 mins daily like walking or running 2) cultivate some hobby that gives you pleasure. 3) interact more with friends and family members. 4) music helps in lifting mood. 5) do yoga, pranayama or meditation, whatever comes easy to you. If these things don't help much, don't shy in seeing a psychiatrist. Take care.
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Always experiencing palpation on my heart during the mid of the night. Waking up from nightmare, throat feeling sore, feet feels on fire, stomach rumbling, and neck feels tight! Especially during a cold weather day, or after I am extremely tired during the day time. To me it's more like a heart attack, but I've even appeared in the emergency room, they told me my heart looked OK. This pattern has been repetitively occurred like a myth for four years without an accurate diagnose. All I can say is that I self- diagnose myself as Chronic fatigue syndrome for 4 years too. Could you tell me what is wrong with me (chances of anxiety is very low), I'm waiting for a more reasonable answer!

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
Always experiencing palpation on my heart during the mid of the night. Waking up from nightmare, throat feeling sore,...
To rule whether it is from heart or not, you will need a Stress Echo and for the palpitations a Electrophysiology Study, in this we study your heart rhythm to see if you are having any abnormally fast or slow heart beat and if we find any we can treat it. A mere ECg will not be able to diagnose all this. So my advise is that instead of self diagnosing yourself get your self properly evaluated. Get your TSH, lipid profile done as well.
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How to stop misconceptions which comes in the mind. And once It enters it gets very very much difficult to come out of that, I try to do different things even though I change my place after I get fed up of it then to where ever I go I remains in my mind and I feel very much depressed and not being able to do any work.

M.Sc Applied Psychology, Advanced Diploma Child Guidance & Counselling
Psychologist, Delhi
How to stop misconceptions which comes in the mind. And once It enters it gets very very much difficult to come out o...
Dear Lybrate user these misconceptions or negative thoughts are result of your negative thought process. These negative thought process may be induced by some negative event that may have happened in your life. So try to evaluate the reasons of these thoughts, analyse the event leading to these thoughts. Try to pen down these thoughts on the paper. Make a diary and write your thoughts daily. Try to discuss your issues with closed one. Sometimes discussing your deepest painful experience may help alot. Try these methods if things still bother you try visiting a clinical psychologist for help. Take care.
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