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Sir I am not having food only alcohol and smoke because of my problems I want to quit and healthy what I do.
Doctor I am having severe depression I feel a lot of anger on small things and I keep on thinking about the past all the time. I want to be happy but I feel how could I be happy I feel low through out the day. I have 2 kids 11 and 9. I often forget many of the things of daily doing. I need help.
Sir I'm vijay I am preparing for exams. I don't have much remembers power so please give me food suggestion for me.
Hello sir, mam -. I am already suffering from great anxiety disorder is it suitable that green tea would help in reducing anxiety please tell me how.
I am 23 old 5.11" I have been smoking since 2010 but from last 3-4 months I have been smoking 10 to 12 sticks per day but now am tired of itI m finding it very tough to quitcan you suggest some medicines to cope up with damage done by the ciggerate.
Sir, My wife is affected by depression aged about 54. Refusing to attend a hospital/psychiatrist for treatment/consultancy. It is very difficult to manage her daily. Please give the solution.
I am 23 years old male, I am a medical student Sir my mind is foggy, I am not able to think clearly ,I am very forgetful, I sleep more during daytime, I cannot grasp things quickly, it takes a lot of time, my problem started 4 years ago after I drunk whiskey for the first time in my life, from then onwards my mind was foggy and slowed down, my academics started to suffer ,I started skipping work, studies ,i have taken lot of antidepressants from time to time but it doesn't help, I cannot concentrate on books, I am very confused, I am less attentive to things going around, I find difficulty in driving car, it takes lot of mental effort, I have social phobia, I fear going out of home, I like to do everything at home. From last 4 years I have felt the same ,my mental ability doesn't improve anytime during these 4 years, I am worried if I have developed permanent mental disability or dementia like thing, one more thing when I go to a place I cannot think of routes which I have to take to reach that place For example I have to go to my friends house which is far away, I forget or I am just confused about how to go there ,my mind cannot make up the whole route which I have to take to reach that place, but finally I get there, but it takes lot of mental effort, Another thing which I want to tell you is whenever I watch a movie, I cannot comprehend it fully, I take more time in understanding the concept of movie .my thinking ability has slowed down. Please help! Thanks Yours sincerely
I cannot stand loud talking or more noise. I get irritated and often scream. I get tense if my work as per my plan does not go.
I am 36 years old female, working as a Professor in a reputed Engineering college. I will be get more tensed even for a small issues. Basically showing more anger to my kids. After a while I think about my self guilty and I used to decide that hereafter I should not repeat such things. But in the very next day I will loss my temper. I would like to handle all situation in pleasant manner. Suggest some useful tips for that.
Sometimes I suffer from short term memory loss so what should I do. I just want to improve my memory power.
I am a lady 60 years of age and have a history of diabetes, arthritis, thyroid, and osteoporosis. Current sugar levels revolve around 240 and am taking insulin about 50 units a day. From the past two days I have a feeling of weakness and anxiety just as one would feel before taking a school exam. Blood pressure is keeping normal and I generally feel okay with the sugars revolving around the current levels. I feel as if there is a burden and a tension in mind but cannot figure out the specifics of that but the nervousness and the anxiety remain. Please advise any remedies, medicines, etc.
I always get irritated N overreact on small matters. My age 49 N I have high BP for which I take olmezest 40 one daily. Is there any medicine which will keep me Little calm N pacified. Thanks to help me urgently.
I am 42 years old and taking psychiatric medicines sine last 10 years but still not feeling good. I have been taking multiple drugs for that, my doctor has said me that I am suffering with bipolar disorder, depression, etc. I need assistance. I am unable to do my routine work at office efficiently, forgets things, get irritated on pin pricks, doziness, After forgets the road routes and what happened earlier. Burning sensation in eyes, etc.
Smoking increases the risk of heart disease and lung cancer, but even before those potentially deadly diseases develop, regular smokers are more likely to begin losing their teeth. A new study from britain's university of birmingham and the german institute of human nutrition determined that men who smoke are 3.6 times more prone to lose their teeth than non-smokers, while among women smokers the risk is 2.5 times higher. The researchers based their conclusions on data gathered from 23, 376 participants in a long-term study in germany. Part of the problem is that smoking is a strong risk factor in promoting tooth decay and gum disease, both of which can lead to tooth loss. The investigators noted that smoking can mask bleeding gums, a key symptom of gum disease, so that a smoker's gums may look healthier than they actually are. The good news is that quitting smoking can reverse the increased risk of tooth loss, although the researchers wrote that it could take more than 10 years for the risk to equal that of someone who never smoked.