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Dr. Dinal Vora

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Psychiatrist, Mumbai

9 Years Experience  ·  1200 at clinic
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Dr. Dinal Vora is a renowned Psychiatrist in Santacruz West, Mumbai. He has been a practicing Psychiatrist for 9 years. He is a MD . You can consult Dr. Dinal Vora at Angels Clinic in Santacruz West, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Dinal Vora on Lybrate.com.

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MD - MLDMHI Palghar - 2008
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How much alcohol can someone over 50 safely drink, and does our tolerance change with aging?

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Yes, the body's ability to throw out the by products of alcohol metabolism changes with growing age. Also there is no recommendations for alcohol. It's alien to our system.
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I'm 20 years old I'm not able to memorize what I'm doing, like reading placing of things. Everything what can I do .day by day I'm loosing my memory power.

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. At your age, memory problems like amnesia, dementia etc are not possible. Don't worry. Everyone forget many things and information in their daily life because of stress, anxiety, lifestyle etc. If you still say you have serious memory problems, we could conduct an online memory test. Take care.
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Now I am a 33 years old house wife. Before my marriage I have one relationship. He is our family friend. Now he is also a home maker. My husband is a one of the good person, and he care very well in ma childrens and me. 14 years back again I see that person and but now in that situation my mind is totally under controlled, now am keep relationship with that person. Whats the reason in that problem? Help me please.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology, P.G.Dip.in Guidance &Counselling, B.A., Psychology, Dip.in Pharmacy
Psychologist, Theni
Just think of losing your family (a caring, good husband and loving children), think of losing your dignity in the society and among your family members, just for your illegitimate relationship. If you feel that it does'n matter much then there is no problem.
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Is there any complete cure for achizophrenia, anxiety and depression in ayurveda?

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
There is no complete cure for schizophrenia, though in very rare cases remission has been experienced. Anxiety and depression can be cured depending on the severity and the cooperation of the patient. As for cure from Ayurveda for mental conditions, the claims are there but I have not witnessed any. For any chemical imbalance in the brain, psychotropic drugs are the only ones with known applications to affect the stability of the neurotransmitters.
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What is cognitine capsuals used for and is it good to use and where can we get it in India and at what price ?

General Physician (AM)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Chandigarh
They are prescribed mostly to older people for attention deficit disorders, to boost concentration there are no studies on the long-term effects of these drugs on healthy people The drugs affect the brain except certain Symptoms of general excitability, including anxiety, insomnia, irritability, headache, agitation, nervousness, tremor, and hyperkinesia, are occasionally reported. Other reported side effects include somnolence, weight gain, clinical depression, weakness, increased libido, and hyper sexuality.Lot many substitutes are available in Alternative medicines to improve cognitive problems. I personally don't advice these as these are chemical based.
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I'm 34 year female. Bp of both side are up and stress in my mind. And head moves and I take domstal tab. Also. please advice me.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I'm 34 year female. Bp of both side are up and stress in my mind. And head moves and I take domstal tab. Also. please...
1. Do regular aerobic exercise like brisk walk for 30 minutes every day 2. Reduce your weight if overweight 3. Reduce salt intake 4. Drink plenty of water 5. Take bland diet, avoid spicy, oily, junk saturated fat and cholesterol rich diet. Take plenty of green leafy vegetables, fruits, 6. Avoid stress, anxiety, physical and mental exertion 7. Do yoga, meditation, and deep breathing exercise 8. Monitor your bp regularly and consult physician for treatment.
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I am 32 yrs old man. I take tension a lot. Due that I am very negative. I feel stressed a lot and I have baldness.

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 am 32 yrs old man. I take tension a lot. Due that I am very negative. I feel stressed a lot and I have baldness.
Dear, tension means in one way anxiety or stress. You are aged 30. There could be many reasons to get stressed or to be anxious about. Stress is part of everyday life. We need know the stress and learn to live with it. Fighting the stress causes anxiety. Anxiety and apprehension further causes negative and obsessive thinking. Please let me know your stress and life pattern. I will help you overcome those areas with positive approach and cognitive therapy. Take care.
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I am 19 years old, from last two years am not able to concentrate on my studies. Am become nervous at every situation. Then what is God I have to 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
Dear Nagarjun. Welcome to lybrate. If your concentration is less towards your studies, you should address your interest level and positive attitude level. Your concentration level will be higher when you are passionate and interested in your studies. Also search Google for "effective learning methods" and use some of those methods. Consult a psychologist online for counselling. Take care.
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I become very loud and loose control at times due to many issues of the past or surroundings, this is hampering my personal life. I know and realize that control is the best remedy and giving other their space and time is the solution. How can I remove this odd trait of mine.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Dear lybrate user, I am happy to see that you are accepting that you need to change some of your reactions. Most of our behaviour we learn from our parents, grandparents, teachers or other important people in our life. Probably while growing up you have learnt these reactions. So now you need to re-learn how to react in different situations. You have mentioned about certain issues in the past, which are affecting your present life. In my opinion, you need to sort out your past issues and learn to" let go" of certain things. After doing this, you will be able to move forward in life. You have certain suppressed anger, guilt or shame, sadness etc. These suppressed emotions need healthy outlet. Once you are relieved of this pent up emotions you will be able to behave rationally. To do this, please talk to a counsellor who will help you in giving healthy outlet to your emotions and will also help you in learning some assertive techniques. Once you learn this, you will be able to express your emotions in socially acceptable way and people around you will have their own space and your rights also will be protected.
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I am Male age 72 pune based suffering from chronic insomnia from last 25 years the day I left alcohol. Sleeps comes only after 2 a. M after having taken homeopathy and allopathy medicines. Also depression, anxiety, fear, tensions.

Bachelor of Physiotherapist
Physiotherapist, Noida
I am Male age 72 pune based suffering from chronic insomnia from last 25 years the day I left alcohol. Sleeps comes o...
You should try yoga. And have a walk after dinner. Take milk at night. And go sleep after that. Don't engage your self in any work becoz your not getting d sleep. Just switch off d lites and listen slow music of memory. It will definitely help u. Even will take some time but you will succeed. All d best.
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I am failed in class 12th Last year and after that I am feeling very depressed Please help me what can I do?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
I am failed in class 12th Last year and after that I am feeling very depressed Please help me what can I do?
School education is not everything , dont lose heart. Work on your talents, menawhile clear your arrears, think about a career in business or technical skills, whichever you have
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I am 29 years old female. I am suffering from social anxiety since childhood. I cannot focus on any particular task for more than 15 mins. I cannot articulate my ideas. What I want to speak. Please help.

MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy, MPHIL
Psychologist, Mumbai
Please seek professional help and meet a psychologist. There are things you would need to work on and a therapist can certainly help you with those.
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Pulmonologist, Indore
Maternal smoking has severe deleterious effect on the growing fetus including intrauterine growth retardation and low birth weight. It also poses a significant risk to develop respiratory illness like asthma in future. So smoking mothers should choose either smoking or their child's health.
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I have been experiencing anxiety, mainly repetitive palpitations throughout the day, since the last 5 months. I have always been a slightly anxious person but never had such palpitations. It all started with an incident last December and since then I have been on clonazepam for a while. Then discontinued it because of the addictive nature. Currently am on sertraline 100 mg, Chlordiazepoxide 10 mg and Desvenlafaxine 50 Mg. I feel quite good while I am taking these. But once I am off them, I feel the same again in some days. How long will they take to show some long lasting effects. Should I take Chlordiazepoxide for more than a month, cause it's been two months already and it's working quite well?

MA - Clinical Psychology, P.G. Diploma in Guidance and Counseling, BA In Psychology
Psychologist, Mumbai
I have been experiencing anxiety, mainly repetitive palpitations throughout the day, since the last 5 months. I have ...
Lybrate user. You are working on effects of anxiety but how about working on main cause of it. As you already know that it has started from an incident in past so why it has created such impact need to work on that. With medication if you do counselling and psychotherapy you will b able to see the change fast. Metaphor therapy works very good to overcome past issues.
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I feel so depressed. I feel sadness always. I do not want to meet someone. Always want to eat every time. Do not want to do my favourite things. Want to cry some times.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I feel so depressed. I feel sadness always. I do not want to meet someone. Always want to eat every time. Do not want...
You are not happy. Something is bothering you. But probably you are not able to understand what is causing this sadness and why you feel like crying. I guess you have lot of suppressed emotions. Please try to understand what is going on in your mind. Do not try to avoid or neglect your true feelings. Kindly talk to a counsellor who will help you to get in touch with your innermost feelings and who also will help you to relieve you of the stress caused by this. Once your suppressed emotions get a healthy outlet, you will start feeling lighter and then you will start enjoying life. All the best.
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Hypnotherapist, DCS, BSIC, Advanced Trainee of Transactional Analysis, Advanced Skills in Counselling
Psychologist,
FEELING ANXIOUS? MODIFY YOUR THOUGHTS AND FIND PEACE AND FREEDOM
Pradeep was a loving husband, but he always felt anxious that his marriage wouldn't last too long. He dreamt of losing his job, a bad divorce case, children separating from him and him living alone. He would sweat, have sleepless nights and often get up breathless from his nightmares. He made sure that he dropped his wife to work everyday and in office he would do anything to please his seniors. As a result he would be tired, didn't get time to relax and became a pain for his wife. This made him more anxious as his boss would often load him with work and his wife fought with him for family time.
But the divorce never happened because he had a good relationship with not only his wife but even with his in laws and on top of that he had a flourishing career. If Pradeep had only recognised that his in laws loved him for his soft and gentle nature and his wife loved him for his caring and supportive attitude, and that his company had recently given him a promotion out of turn, he wouldn't have needed to fret so much about a broken marriage. And he needn't have experienced domestic strife and his boss's wrath.
Anxious people often misdiagnose the risk in a situation and feel a constant threat to themselves and their wellbeing, which often lands them in more trouble as they try to avoid feeling anxious at all costs by avoiding situations and behaving in a manner which creates more anxiety.
Do you tend to believe and think in similar ways and act which makes you further anxious? Check below for dysfunctional beliefs and thoughts and a more mature way of modifying your thoughts which can help you do a realistic risk assessment and efficient behaviours leading to peace and freedom.

1. I KNOW WHATS GOING TO HAPPEN:
Most anxious people deny holding this belief However many people spend their entire lives worrying about future predictions they have made which never come true. They have wrongly predicted the future with such conviction that they ruin any chance they may have had of finding peace of mind. Think about the things that have worried you over the years. The things you got most worked up about? How many of them actually came true no matter how convinced you were that they would? Anxiety is almost always based upon unconscious fortune telling.
A more helpful belief may be:
I can make an educated guess - a projection about what is likely to happen and then make plans to avoid catastrophe. Then I can stop worrying about it.

2. IF I THINK THEN IT HAS TO BE TRUE:
Once again most people deny holding this belief. On a conscious, rational level they know that thoughts are only thoughts. Unconsciously however anxious people become so convinced of the ‘truth' of their thoughts that they stop being able to rationalize at all.A more helpful belief may be:
I can measure my thoughts objectively against the evidence and decide whether to accept or reject them. I don't have to believe everything I consider.

3. IT IS UNBEARABLE WHEN THINGS GO WRONG
This is called catastrophic thinking and it's one of the fastest ways there is to destroy your peace of mind. After all, let's face it, things go wrong on a very regular basis. If you hold this belief then of course you're going to worry. You may be very objective in your assessment of the situation - the fact that things do often go wrong - but the way you interpret that likelihood will give rise to anxiety. It's important to get things into perspective.
A more helpful belief may be:
Things often don't turn out the way I'd like them to. However it's the little adversities in life that help me grow. Problems can be used to make me better - not bitter. I'm a resourceful human being with the ability to deal with most things so long as I think clearly about the problem and keep my anxious thoughts under control.

4. I MUST AVOID STRESS AT ALL COSTS:
Most people are surprised to learn that avoiding stress is one of the worst things we can do. Anxiety management is a skill and it takes practice. If we avoid stress we miss out on the practice and so we never learn to deal with it. What's worse, we actually lose the coping skills we already have and so, over time we become more and more anxious.
A more helpful belief may be:
Life is full of stress but this can be overcome by thinking about it logically and taking positive action to change things for the better.

5. I HAVE TO BE IN CONTROL TO BE SAFE:
This belief is not only wrong it's dangerous. Total control is impossible for anyone to achieve. There are always too many possibilities, too many things which may go wrong. If your peace of mind depends upon control you'll never stop worrying.
A more helpful belief may be:
I can control my own actions and responses to the world. That's as much as anyone can ever do. It's enough because if I can control myself (and my thoughts) I can survive and actually grow from just about anything.

6. I CAN THINGS THAT CAN'T BE CHANGED:
Unless you're superhuman you can't. Remember that anxiety is part of our natural defence mechanism. It's a call to action. It alerts us to the fact that something is wrong and gives us the opportunity to change it. It has no place in situations which cannot be changed. Nevertheless how many of us worry about things which happened in the past for example - things which can never be changed. If you worry about past events instead of planning to overcome future problems you're not only wasting your time you're destroying your quality of life and, on one level at least, asking the impossible of yourself - to change what cannot be changed.
A more helpful belief may be:
There are some things which I cannot change. It's better to concentrate upon what I can achieve instead of worrying pointlessly about the things I cannot. To put it another way:
God grant me the serenity to accept the things which cannot be changed; The courage to change the things which can be changed and the wisdom to know the difference.

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I am always feeling very depressed. For some time I am feeling like world is very selfish and didn' t like talking to others. Also when I talk with others I loose confidence

B.H.M.S., Senior Homeopath Consultant
Homeopath, Delhi
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