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Dr. Juhi Parashar  - Psychologist, lucknow

Dr. Juhi Parashar

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Masters in Clinical Psychology

Psychologist, lucknow

5 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Juhi Parashar 93% (3369 ratings) Masters in Clinical Psychology Psychologist, lucknow
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Ms. Juhi Parashar is a trusted Psychologist in Indira Nagar, Lucknow. She has over 3 years of experience as a Psychologist. She is a qualified Masters in Clinical Psychology. You can visit her at 14/899 Vinay Neuro Psychiatry clinic in Indira Nagar, Lucknow. Book an appointment online with Ms. Juhi Parashar and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Education
Masters in Clinical Psychology - S.N.D.T University, Mumbai - 2013
Past Experience
Psychologist at INHS, Ashwini Hospital, Mumbai
Clinical Pychologist at J.J Hospital, Mumbai
Psychologist at Dr. Kumar's homeopathy and Mental health clinic, Delhi
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Certificate course in “critical training in counselling and psychotherapy” from July 2013 to December 2013 by renowned psychiatrist Dr. AVINASH DESOUSA (consultant psychiatrist and psychotherapist, Mumbai)
Professional Memberships
Indian Psychologists
Counseling association of India

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I'm facing social anxiety disorder. How much time it will take to come out of me under a proper medication and guidance?

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I'm facing social anxiety disorder.
How much time it will take to come out of me under a proper medication and guidance?
You will be fine with medication but psychotherapy is must. You can consult me or any psychologist for same.
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This days I have lots of anxiety, dull mood and sometime short temper in such silly reason why.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
This days I have lots of anxiety, dull mood and sometime short temper in such silly reason why.
Could be due to stress, weather, work anything. Consult for management of anxiety and accurate diagnosis.
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I want to become mentally fit. I want to make myself more positive than ever. What will help me to become mentally fit and positive? I am clinically depressed and tired of depression and negative thoughts.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I want to become mentally fit. I want to make myself more positive than ever. What will help me to become mentally fi...
You need medication as first line of defense second you need counseling and therapy. Consult for therapy.
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I've been on anxiety, Depression and migraine medicines (psychiatry) for 8 months which works amazingly well. But symptoms comes back when I stop taking meds. I came to know about the natural supplements like omega3 fatty acids, fish oil, gaba etc that works with very less side affects. I want to switch to these supplements but not by my own. What specialist doctor should I consult to begin these supplements?

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I've been on anxiety, Depression and migraine medicines (psychiatry) for 8 months which works amazingly well. But sym...
Hi lybrate-user There are no supplements for treating anxiety and depression. You can take along side medication. Symptoms will reoccur if you don't complete course of medication which is 1 to 2 years as evaluated by doctor depending on your intensity of disorder. Don't discontinue om your own You will be back to square one.
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I am 20 years old. And I am on antidepressants medicine for 15 months now I am 80% ok. But I had bipolar and now minor depression. But my ind always stay in my head and always stay in past. I have goal. And I am highly ambitious. I want to achieve my goal but when I read sometimes that negative feeling like" if I can not" and that's make me angry. Here little darkness also. If I read vigorously books and more exercise will I be perfect? I will be you thank full if I get any satisfied ans. Most of say depression is self created or other say it is clinical. Which one is right?

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Psychologist, Lucknow
I am 20 years old. And I am on antidepressants medicine for 15 months now I am 80% ok. But I had bipolar and now mino...
You don't just have depression you have bipolar if you ever had single episode of mania. Your medication will then differ from simple anti depressants Depression is clinical due to neuro chemical imbalances. Consulte for therapy and counseling. It will help you overcome this tough period.
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Social Anxiety Self-Help

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Social Anxiety Self-Help

Focus on others, not yourself

When we’re in a social situation that makes us nervous, many of us tend to get caught up in our anxious thoughts and feelings. You may be convinced that everyone is looking at you and judging you. Your focus is on your bodily sensations, hoping that by paying extra close attention you can better control them. But this excessive self-focus just makes you more aware of how nervous you’re feeling, triggering even more anxiety! It also prevents you from fully concentrating on the conversations around you or the performance you’re giving.

Switching from an internal to an external focus can go a long way toward reducing social anxiety. This is easier said than done, but you can’t pay attention to two things at once. The more you concentrate on what’s happening around you, the less you’ll be affected by anxiety.

Focus your attention on other people—but not on what they're thinking of you! Instead, do your best to engage them and make a genuine connection.

Remember that anxiety isn't as visible as you think. And even if someone notices that you're nervous, that doesn't mean they'll think badly of you. Chances are other people are feeling just as nervous as you—or have done in the past.

Really listen to what is being said—not to your own negative thoughts.

Focus on the present moment, rather than worrying about what you're going to say or beating yourself up for a flub that's already passed.

Release the pressure to be perfect. Instead, focus on being genuine and attentive—qualities that other people will appreciate.

Learn to control your breathing

Many changes happen in your body when you become anxious. One of the first changes is that you begin to breathe quickly. Overbreathing (hyperventilation) throws off the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in your body—leading to more physical symptoms of anxiety, such as dizziness, a feeling of suffocation, increased heart rate, and muscle tension.

Learning to slow your breathing down can help bring your physical symptoms of anxiety back under control. Practicing the following breathing exercise will help you stay calm:

  • Sit comfortably with your back straight and your shoulders relaxed. Put one hand on your chest and the other on your stomach.

  • Inhale slowly and deeply through your nose for 4 seconds. The hand on your stomach should rise, while the hand on your chest should move very little.

  • Hold the breath for 2 seconds.

  • Exhale slowly through your mouth for 6 seconds, pushing out at much air as you can. The hand on your stomach should move in as you exhale, but your other hand should move very little.

  • Continue to breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Focus on keeping a slow and steady breathing pattern of 4-in, 2-hold, and 6-out.

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Hello, I am 32 years old person. I am suffering from breath problem and mood swings due to take stress of unnecessary things and problem. I know this question seems odd and weird to you but this is happening real with me.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Hello, I am 32 years old person. I am suffering from breath problem and mood swings due to take stress of unnecessary...
this is not odd and weird. it happens with all of us. i would know how often is it happening and what is the intensity. you are having anxiety and you need to learn to manage that. you can consult me or any therapist for same.
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