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I had a nice experience with ms. Juhi i actually felt good after the consultation. She knows her job very well and she made me so comfortable as if i was talking to a friend. Thanks a lot. I wish her great success in future.
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I appreciate ur deep understanding of emotional and psychological issues which is evident from ur to the point but comprehensive reply to the health query. Keep helping the needy...all the best.
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Ms. Juhi Parashar provides answers that are very helpful, knowledgeable and caring. SHE IS REALLY SO CARING AND VERY HELPFUL DOCTOR SHE UNDERSTANDS THE PATIENTS
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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?
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.
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?
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?
I was diagnosed with OCD/ dysthymia, Rx Tab Storm 200 1-x-x, Tab Fordep Plus x-x-1 for 40 days. Feeling better after starting your treatment but not feeling fully healthy (mentally). First 25-30 days the medicine was working like magic but now dreams are disturbing me again" JO sapna ME STRESS/PROBLEM HOTA H WO SUBAH jagan KE BAAD BHI MUJHE YAAD RAHTA H" Please suggest medicine? How long I have to take this treatment? Will I be a normal person ever? One thing more I must share with you that I have excessive sweating problem especially under pant area that give me stress and uncomfortable due to this I always avoid to travel. Is it related with my stress or does it treatable?
Hi team, my mom suffers from schizophrenia. She keeps on talking to herself and walls and starts blaming her life for all the things wrong that has happened to her. She doesn't cooks our food and further she talks all day long to herself. At times she shouts at walls and curses relatives. My dad died 3 years back but she keeps on saying that he will come back soon and does not believes he is no more. She has been suffering from this from past 17 years now. Dad used to give olimelt as suggested by a doctor. Since he is gone, me and my brother is not sure what needs to be done. She can be in good moods sometimes but most of the times she is agitated and angry. Please advise. Also she doesn't likes eating medicines and doesn't even go out of her house and not lets anyone in except for me and my brother when we are back from office. Please advise.
Hi, While having relationship with my wife. I am sudden facing some erection problem. Erection abruptly goes down while having relationship. May I know what is the cause for it. I was working for more than 12 hours in office for past 10 days and above without even taking breaks. That pressure and stress that the reason? Please advise. We were planning for a baby suddenly I am facing this issue.
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.