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01, Prathmesh Vaibhav, Above PMC Bank, Ram Hazare Marg, Tagore Nagar Road, Tagore Nagar-1, Kannamwar Nagar II, Vikhroli East Mumbai
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Siddhivinayak Hospital Psychiatrist Clinic 01, Prathmesh Vaibhav, Above PMC Bank, Ram Hazare Marg, Tagore Nagar Road, Tagore Nagar-1, Kannamwar Nagar II, Vikhroli East Mumbai
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Siddhivinayak Hospital is known for housing experienced Psychiatrists. Dr. Girish Date, a well-reputed Psychiatrist, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for Psychiatrists recommended by 46 patients.


05:30 PM - 07:00 PM


01, Prathmesh Vaibhav, Above PMC Bank, Ram Hazare Marg, Tagore Nagar Road, Tagore Nagar-1, Kannamwar Nagar II, Vikhroli East
Vikhroli East Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400083
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Dr. Girish Date

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I have extreme OCD and recently I have come to hate and dislike everything. My OCD lasts over 5 minutes and physically exhaust me. I also have an overeating habit and end up eating throughout the day. I don't leave my room unless necessary and I know this isn't a good habit but I'm not comfortable around people. I have stopped caring about people around me and what they think. Recently I have started having random breakdowns because I suddenly see patterns or designs no matter where I look, like a filter between my eyes and what is actually in front of me. They disgust me and make me anxious. I feel like I'd rather be blind and end up crying and pressing my eyes in. I can't take it anymore.

Diploma In Psychology Counselling Skills, Diploma in ayurveda
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hello Friend, Good that you are seeking a help here. Thank you for self analysis of your symptoms and acknowledging your problem. If you realize such emotional disturbance is affecting your day-to-day life, don't hold on within you. Now take the next logical step to approach a mental health professional for further detailed evaluation to confirm your symptoms or conditions as OCD or any other psychological issue. This assessment will help you to select the right treatment approach to overcome this problems. Be positive. Consult a Psychologist directly or online to guide you. I am sure with an open discussions about your lifestyle, feelings, emotions, understanding of your career or studies related pressures, relationships issue, food habits and other conditions, he can suggest you a suitable solution to overcome this problem. Feel free to reach out to me online for further assistance. Be positive. You will be alright soon.
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I am feeling depressed .low self esteem since childhood .n now after my dad's death it's been worse. .I have family support too .I don't know how to deal this .I have completed engineering also .I start comparing with other girls when I go outside .I feel I know nothing .I just find a reason .and my thinkings are my enemies I know. .still I can't fight them .I have no such big problems in my life .what should I do?

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am feeling depressed .low self esteem since childhood .n now after my dad's death it's been worse. .I have family s...
In Depression one experiences sadness of mood, no interest in any activity, feeling of helplessness and hopelessness etc. Kindly consult with a Clinical Psychologist for a detailed psychological evaluation. Post the evaluation therapy sessions will begin.
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Hi Sir, Actually I am suffering from OCD AND FROM last many years I am taking medicines for it but one year before I got married at that time I am taking rexipra 20 mg and after that Dr. changed my medicine then he prescribed flouvixin 100 mg 2 tablets per day but still I felt sexual problem now two month before I stopped this medicine also but I am not recover completely so please give me any suggestion now.

M.D.PSYCHIATRY, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.), Medicine
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Hello. OCD is a relapsing remitting illness. We have a number of medicines for it. Sexual side effects are usually main concern. But I would recommend you that instead of compromising your OCD treatment. You could consult doctor and start medicines (can be taken as per requirement).
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Whenever I get anger I have a headache and my heart palpitates too much not allowing me to breath for a couple of seconds I tried by relieving my anger through some techniques what more do I need to do to overcome this problem.

Masters In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Talk in detail about your concerns with a mental health professional Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling Connect with me through text or audio on Lybrate app All the best.
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I have been in relationship with someone who promised to marry me and since I have been with him in physical relationship. I am depressed and losing patience every moment. Its like I want to end up my life and nothing is making me come out of it. I am unable to indulge myself in any of the work and studies. My age is 25 and he just left me with no reason. The biggest thing that is killing me from inside is the reason that he is not telling me and suddenly left me in the middle of everything. How can someone do this and he is kind of person who is very calm and quiet. He never shouts and get angry. His silence is killing me from past 2 months now. Please advice and consult. Since I have got to know that few things he had been lying to me is more disheartening. His is not ready to accept his lies and faults and instead blaming me that you are worst and you shout over me. When someone is being left this way how can I stay calm. Reasons I don't know why had he lie to me and now not accepting it. I am not ready to accept that he left me and doesn't wants to come back. He says do not cry and if I do he says it all tantrums that you do, so do not cry and do drama. I have been in serious relationship where I have always been loyal and honest still I have to listen all this. I cannot bear its disheartening.

Diploma In Psychology Counselling Skills, Diploma in ayurveda
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hello Friend, Good that you are seeking a help here. I can understand your suitation as how disheartening to be left in between. However be aware that any relationship break up of such nature take sometime to accept the failure and adjust with reality. You are in the transition stage and it's quite obvious to feel dejected and worried. Better to talk to someone and ventilate your feelings, emotions and concerns at such suitations than being decesive of life. Life has plenty of things to offer to you and there are ways to overcome such suitations with a help of counseling support. First clear your mind to come to a steady state to analyze what has happened and what went wrong. Such deep dive analysis is important to avoid any guilty conscious and self blamings in future. Feel free to reach out to me online for further evaluation discussion and counseling guidance. Be positive. You will be alright soon.
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How Does Social Media Affect Our Mental Health?

DPM, DNB Psychiatry, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
How Does Social Media Affect Our Mental Health?

Being away or oblivious to social media is synonymous to not following the herd. Social media probably is no more the latest fad; it is the given code to take a deeper look into the present age. The rewarding fact about social networking sites is their ability to transport us to people and places millions of miles away from us. This epoch with its dictates of overproduction and maximum utilization of labor, snatches away the boon of communication.

Some of the mental health problems that you may suffer from due to a social media addiction are discussed below:

  1. Peer Pressure- Social media use also creates the fear of missing out because you want to do what everyone else is doing. This evokes anxiety and will give rise to negative feelings and emotions, which again create mental health problems and stress and anxiety disorders
  2. Fatigue and Stress- When you are using social media, you are constantly switching from one task to another because there is just so much to do and see. This information abundance can tire out your brain, especially when it is received chaotically. Your brain needs time and room for absorbing the data and processing the information, but multitasking on social media makes your brain work overtime. This can prevent it from relaxing and it will become exhausted as it tries to deal with the barrage of information. Hence, the fatigue puts your mind under a lot of stress and you may not be able to concentrate on anything at all.
  3. Social Anxiety- Even though the whole point of social media is to allow people to stay connected with others, it doesn’t have the same satisfaction and element associated with actual human interaction, which is a crucial human need. In fact, in some ways, it is too distant and this is not a good thing for those who become dependent on social media as it can lead to social anxiety. Those who are already suffering from this problem will find it even more difficult to indulge in face-to-face interaction. Real human interaction can become extremely scary for people as it is becoming common to hide behind your computer screens and not go out at all.
  4. Distraction- Social media is just tailor-made for decreasing our productivity because you spend hours looking at everyone else’s life when you could be doing something else. This means that most of your time is spent on viewing photos, liking posts, and writing comments and these activities don’t really require the use of your intellectual abilities. They aren’t intellectual at all and distract you from activities that are such as reading, studying informational articles on the internet, etc. Your brain doesn’t get enough food for development and your intellectual abilities can decline in this way. Your brain will slow down and not be able to respond quickly in various situations.
  5. Insecurity- One of the major problems with social media is that posts typically present an idealized version of what’s going on in everyone’s life. Usually, what you see isn’t actually reality because everyone has their problems and issues. Nevertheless, you end up comparing your own life with that of others and think less of your own. If people in your newsfeed seem to be having a good time, it will make you envious and affect your mood negatively. Research has shown that widespread use of social media can demotivate people, make them aggressive and cause a decline in confidence.

So are you being adversely affected by social media? Here are some signs to look out for:

  1. Low self-esteem.
  2. Feeling low when you see other people's images and lifestyle.
  3. Envy of others people lives - wishing your life was like someone else's.
  4. Finding social media as your first and only choice of activity done for enjoyment.
  5. Not having as many face to face conversations with your relatives and friends and feeling disconnected.
  6. Being unable to do anything without feeling you need to share it online.
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Diploma In Psychology Counselling Skills, Diploma in ayurveda
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hello Friend, Good that you are seeking a help here. When you realize such emotional imbalance in your mind is creating negativity, don't hold on within you as it will aggregate the symptoms. Moreover don't be decisive of life with just this problem that you are unable to handle. There is no harm in asking a help in such situations. You have done the right thing by reach here. Appreciate it. Take the next logical step to speak to a mental health professional to openly discuss about your feelings, emotions, about your career issues, relationships issues, or any other bothering health issues. These are the ones which trigger you with anxious thoughts which in turn causes anxiety or depression. Be positive. You can overcome this with few self behavioral therapies, lifestyle changes, excersise routines and simple mindset change along with counseling support. Consult me online for further evaluation and recommendation of suitable solution. Be positive. You will be alright soon.
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Sir I am vegetarian my weight is 85 my height is 5.5 the main problem is that my body start vibrating whenever I am doing something under stress mainly my hand vibrate the most.

Homeopath, Ghaziabad
Sir I am vegetarian my weight is 85 my height is 5.5 the main problem is that my body start vibrating whenever I am d...
Hello lybrate-user, get your TSH done. Your symptoms though very less description but suggest thyroid dysfunction. Show the reports online to us and get the best treatment.
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How Diabetes Can Lead To Depression?

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
How Diabetes Can Lead To Depression?

The risk of developing depression is found by the means of various researches to be two to three times higher in individuals suffering from a chronic disease than in normal individuals. Type 1 and type 2 Diabetes are chronic diseases that can prove to be very challenging to manage due to various setbacks and complications that can come in the way. Regular monitoring of the blood sugar levels is essential in managing the blood sugar. Navigation of the health care facilities, side effects caused by medications, and other related health conditions or even diabetic complications can cause an increased risk of developing depression. If left undiagnosed and untreated, depression can give way to a poor lifestyle choice that can further deteriorate the physical health of a person.

Various risk factors that are associated with diabetes and depression are as follows-

  • lack of physical activity
  • poor social environment
  • poverty
  • stress during pregnancy

Depression in diabetes can occur simultaneously due to a variety of factors. These include the psychological and psychosocial impact of the disease on an individual, a potential common genetic susceptibility and certain common pathophysiological abnormalities that involve neuro-immunological and neuro-endocrinal pathways, as well as microvascular brain lesions due to diabetes mellitus. However, issues concerning pathogenesis and causality of this high co-occurrence are not fully determined yet. Still, the presence of depression in patients with diabetes mellitus is of vast importance, as it is usually associated with poor disease control, adverse health outcomes and quality of life impairment.

When an individual is suffering from diabetes, the awareness of risks of developing depression is essential. It has been widely researched and found that these two conditions can occur simultaneously, where depression is usually undiagnosed. Diabetes, specifically type 2, and depression affect each other in a bi-directional manner, which means that each of the disease can prove as a risk factor for the other. In a state of depression, it is common for a person to consume high calorie foods and also to lead a sedentary lifestyle. This tendency can prove to be a risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes.

If an individual already has type 2 diabetes, the stress experienced during the management of disease can cause depression. Type 1 diabetes develops as result of the defect of pancreas in production of insulin.

People with type 1 diabetes can also develop depressive symptoms due to difficulties in the management of the disease. If the symptoms of depression develop in the patient already suffering from diabetes, management of diabetes also becomes difficult. This can lead to cause various diabetes related complications and also decrease the life expectancy.

Various signs that can be observed in a state of depression are as follows:

  1. Complete lack of interest in doing any activity
  2. Irritation or mood swings
  3. Depressed mood
  4. Disturbed sleep pattern
  5. Changes in the appetite
  6. Constant feeling of despair
  7. Guilt Fatigue, weakness
  8. Difficulty in concentration, transient memory loss
  9. Suicidal tendency

There is a certain risk observed between the consumption of antidepressant medicines and development of diabetes. It has been researched and concluded that consuming antidepressants should always be on physician recommendation, with a prior advice on the risks of developing diabetes. It has also been found that the people with type 2 diabetes, who are using insulin regularly, are at higher risk for developing depression as compared to the people on non-insulin medications or following only diet or lifestyle modification habits. An additional stress experienced in managing diabetes and accessing the health care services can cause such complication in insulin users.

Common treatment protocol for depression includes psychotherapy or the cognitive behavioral therapy. It helps people to correct destructive thought patterns and behaviors that tend to increase the depressive symptoms. Other interventions like a structured problem solving approach, motivational interviewing, and interpersonal approach towards the patient is also effective in management. Certain medications can also help in mood-lifting and the management of symptoms of depression.

In diabetics, the treatment options that are available in addition to the standard medical healthcare provision includes self-management training sessions that help the people to increase healthy habits and improve control on their blood sugar levels. Diabetes as well as depression can improve with complete focus on lifestyle changes, like proper diet management and exercising regularly.

How To Determine If Someone Suffers From Alcoholism

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Psychiatrist, Delhi
How To Determine If Someone Suffers From Alcoholism

Do you worry about your friend or relative’s drinking habits? You are not alone. There are people who struggle for years with the same question - How can I tell if the person I love is an alcoholic or not?
Well, the good news is that you don’t need to be a medical professional to figure out the right answer to this vital question. Read on to find simple ways to know whether your loved one suffers from alcohol addiction.

First up is a short quiz about drinking habits, developed by Dr. John Ewing to identify alcohol addiction. Treat this as a pointer and take your loved one to an expert, if it points towards alcohol addiction. You can ask these questions directly to your loved one, or you can answer these questions on their behalf.

According to the developers, one "yes" to the four quiz questions signals a problem, and more than one “yes” means that it's time for you or your loved one to get professional help.

  1. Have you ever felt you should cut down on your drinking?
  2. Have people annoyed you by criticizing your drinking?
  3. Have you ever felt bad or guilty about your drinking?
  4. Have you ever had a drink first thing in the morning to steady your nerves or to get rid of a hangover?”

There are many signs of a serious drinking problem. These include certain behaviours such as:

  1. Drinking just for getting drunk
  2. Drinking alone
  3. Keeping alcohol consumption a secret
  4. Drinking to escape problems
  5. Hiding alcohol bottles
  6. Experiencing withdrawal symptoms like getting irritated or experiencing nervousness, nausea, getting shakes, breaking out into a cold sweat, and getting hallucinations when unable to source alcohol
  7. Having problems at work, school, or home, as a result of alcohol consumption
  8. Losing interest in activities you or your friend used to enjoy
  9. Having blackouts due to heavy drinking
  10. Anger and extreme irritation

Other extreme behaviors to watch out for are:

  1. Being able to drink an awful lot of alcohol
  2. Trouble stopping once your loved one starts drinking
  3. A powerful urge to drink

There is another scientific way to determine, if your loved one is an alcoholic. In the US, medical professionals commonly use a criteria, listed in the fourth edition of the ‘Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders’. According to it, the signs and symptoms of alcoholism are clearly laid down and it states that alcohol dependent people:

  1. Will drink more to get their desired effect from alcohol
  2. Experience withdrawal symptoms when the effect of alcohol wears off
  3. Drink larger amounts of alcohol over a longer period of time
  4. Will be unable to consistently control their drinking
  5. Will leave important work for drinking
  6. Will spend a lot of time during the day getting alcohol, drinking it, and recovering from hangovers.
  7. Continue to use alcohol, despite knowing that their chronic physical or psychological problem is caused due to alcohol.
  8. To be declared alcohol-dependent, your loved one must experience at least three of these criteria during a year.

However, there is still no one definite test to diagnose alcohol-use disorders. Therefore, professionals diagnose them by making use of the patient’s comprehensive medical, family, and mental-health information.

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