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Dr. Hengo Rani

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Dr. Hengo Rani is a renowned Psychologist in Dadar West, Mumbai. She is currently associated with Punamiya Hospital in Dadar West, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Hengo Rani on Lybrate.com.

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I am 25 years old and I use to smoke and my lips are getting darker day by day please suggest me how can I get rid of it asap and make my lips pink?

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
You need to get rid of smoking completely. The treatment depends on various factors like how long you have been smoking, how many cigarettes per day, stress level etc etc. Then an appropriate method to quit can be suggested.
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I go through lot of mood swings and feel vulnerable and unloved which makes me feel alone and unwanted. I feel extremely sensitive and feel that Nobody wants me or love. It's been three years I am married. When I keep myself busy in work I feel ok but whenever I alone or specially at night these negative feeling crops up. I feel that my feelings are not reciprocated well which beings a sad n loneliness. What these symptoms suggest and how can can get rid of this.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
I go through lot of mood swings and feel vulnerable and unloved which makes me feel alone and unwanted. I feel extrem...
You seem to be suffering from Borderline Personality or Emotionally unstable personality. The cause is unknown but research suggests there is an interaction between adverse life events and genetic factors. Neurobiological research suggests that abnormalities in the frontolimbic networks are associated with many of the symptoms There is a pattern of sometimes rapid fluctuation from periods of confidence to despair, with fear of abandonment and rejection. There is a particularly strong tendency towards suicidal thinking and self-harm. They have love-hate relationship with close ones. Transient psychotic symptoms, including brief delusions and hallucinations, may also be present. It is also associated with substantial impairment of social, psychological and occupational functioning and quality of life. People with emotionally unstable personality disorder are particularly at risk of suicide. Its course is variable and, although many people recover over time. Kindly consult a psychiatrist for remedy.
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I am 19. I am a male. I am an Indian from Bangalore. For the past 1 year, I am not able to think .. i am suffering from anxiety what should i do ?

MD - Medicine
Psychiatrist, Ranchi
I am 19. I am a male. I am an Indian from Bangalore. For the past 1 year, I am not able to think .. i am suffering fr...
Anxiety is apprehension of something unpleasant to come in future. The symtoms of anxiety are many and one of them may be inability to think. But this symtom may be also found in mild depressive disorder in which the person may also feel depressed. Low. Gloomy and may have pesssimistic thoughts. It is wiser to consultant a practicing psychiatrist or clinical psychologist to determine diagnosis. A mild depression may require cognitive behaviour therapy only but if not amenable antidepressants may be required.
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I am suffering from social anxiety. Sometime I get anxious and afraid while talking to people. Please suggest how to treat this and suggest some good psychiatrist. Because of this I take lot of care while talking with someone. Is my condition curable? Why I am suffering from this?

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I am suffering from social anxiety. Sometime I get anxious and afraid while talking to people. Please suggest how to ...
Social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, involves intense fear of certain social situations—especially situations that are unfamiliar or in which you feel you’ll be watched or judged by others. Underlying social anxiety disorder or social phobia is the fear of being scrutinized, judged, or embarrassed in public. You may be afraid that people will think badly of you or that you won’t measure up in comparison to others. And even though you probably realize that your fears of being judged are at least somewhat irrational and overblown, you still can’t help feeling anxious. While it may seem like there’s nothing you can do about the symptoms of social anxiety disorder or social phobia, in reality, there are many things that can help. It starts with understanding the problem. Yes it is completely curable with the help of psychiatrist and psychologist who will play the main role in managing your social phobia through techniques systematic desensitization and exposure. Seek help as soon as possible. We avoid what frightens us and are frightened by what we avoid. So start to actively put yourself in social situations. In fact, even doing this in your mind as well as for real will help show your unconscious mind that" this is normal. All the best.
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I cannot concentrate in my studies and an carrier. Ans I always think about my ex girlfriend. I can not forget her help me.

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
Don't worry. His lack of concentration will be there for few days. It will settle down automatically when you learn. Take care.
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I am looking for one answer. Just one word answer that a patient who is moderately depressed from 2-3 years. Can he beat it with exercise, CBT, Diet, yoga and relaxing techniques without taking any antidepressants. I am doing exercise daily. I am getting better and better day by day. I don't want to stop this improvement. But as the time progresses I am in doubt whether really I can be alright with exercise alone?

MBBS, MD Psychiatry, DNB Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Nagpur
I am looking for one answer. Just one word answer that a patient who is moderately depressed from 2-3 years. Can he b...
Possibly no. Exercise and cbt have a positive effect on depression and are proven to improve depression. However in your case, the duration of illness i. E. 2-3 years is striking. This is just because chronic depression usually requires medications and a holistic approach with ruling our other causes of such depression like hormonal imbalances and specific vitamin deficiencies.
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Im 25 year old male. I have to convense my parents for inter caste love marriage im getting very tensed how to tell the matter to parents please help me so that I can convince my parents easily.

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. If the girl in question is from a good and sound family, and if they are reasonably cultured, your parents are bound to agree after some fuss and cry. Tell them boldly. Make them understand that you are serious. Take care.
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I am taking nexito plus tablet for my anxiety past 6 months, I feel Sexual dysfunction so please inform how to solve this problem? And stay fit.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
I am taking nexito plus tablet for my anxiety past 6 months, I feel Sexual dysfunction so please inform how to solve ...
Hello lybrate-user the details you have given are not sufficient to warrant any opinion, I wd sggst you contact your doctor about the same i.e; the one who has prescribed the medicine. Here I wd like to add something try sticking to an healthy life style, go for walks, yoga, meditation etc, which by itself wd help you in your anxiety problem, moreover has no side-effects rather wd help in many parameters of your sexual life as well, wishing you all the best!
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4 Must-Do Ways Of Coping With A Break Up

Hypnotherapist, DCS, BSIC, Advanced Trainee of Transactional Analysis, Advanced Skills in Counselling
Psychologist,
4 Must-Do Ways Of Coping With A Break Up

4 Must-Do Ways Of Coping With A Break Up

Breakups can be devastating. The non-availability of a person you loved dearly can give rise to emotions of anger, helplessness, emptiness, frustration and sometimes even guilt. Coping with a break up is extremely difficult for most people. So what is the best way of dealing with it? Read on...

1. Live For Yourself 

Whether it’s your sleeping habit, or tastes in food or even music preferences,  a relationship calls for a compromise in either or all of these. Since you’re free now, you can indulge in everything that you had to give up on. Even if it’s something as simple as peanuts, which gave him or her allergies, you should indulge in it by the handful. Go out; don’t keep yourself cooped up at home. Meet new people, form new bonds with the people you like and do whatever makes you happy. 

2. Vent Out

Call your friends or family and share the pent up feelings with them. Friends and family are sympathetic, and can act as a shoulder to cry on. However, make sure you are smart about your venting. It’s pretty easy to fall into the habit of crying and drinking, laying in your bed, wallowing in your misery and ignoring all your responsibilities. Venting helps, but not at the cost of the rest of your life. Make sure you aren’t succumbing to complete self-pity as this will only add to your depression. 

3. Exercise

Exercising serves two purposes. One, it helps you get back in shape so that you feel confident and healthy. Two, exercise has been proven to reduce stress, by bringing about the release of the feel-good hormones, endorphins, in your body. Regular workouts will increase adrenaline and dopamine in your system. Being mood-enhancers, these chemicals work to make you happy and keep you stress-free. 

4. Cut-off Contact 

Many people say that they want to remain friends after breaking up, but that is mostly not a good idea. So what do you do? Try cutting off complete contact for a while, at least till you heal. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Gmail, or Pinterest, you need to deny yourself avenues to check out either your ex-partner or your past life with them. Avoid talking on calls and texts too. Get rid of their stuff in your house. If you have a song that reminds you of the time spent with your ex-partner, don’t listen to it in the immediate aftermath of the breakup. If you can’t do this yourself, ask a friend to help keep you on track or even do it for you. 

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Is There A Link Between Marijuana Use and Psychiatric Disorders!?

DNB (Psychiatry), DPM, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Is There A Link Between Marijuana Use and Psychiatric Disorders!?

Cananbis Sativa is a hemp plants which creates a variety of drugs including marijuana. This plant has an active ingredient known as THC that makes a person feel high upon ingestion. The compounds of this ingredient can also affect the way a person's body functions. Usually, high doses of this can cause potentially life threatening effects on the person. It is mostly ingested in the form of dried leaves, flowers, stems and seeds. People also mix it in vapourisers, or brew it as tea. It may also be baked as cookies. While the physical side effects are many, smoking or ingesting this substance can also lead to many mental side effects. Let us find out more:

Physical Side Effects:As per various medical studies, the inhalation or ingestion of Cannabis can take your heart rate to an increased level of two times its normal rate. This state can last up to three hours. Also, people who have had very high doses or suffer from this increased heart rate for a prolonged period may die due to a sudden cardiac arrest. Dizziness and shallow breathing are also a part of the side effects while dilated pupils and red eyes may also be seen. Further, a sudden spike in one's appetite and a dry mouth are some of the other side effects.

Cravings:A person who has ingested Cannabis may experience many side effects that are on the mental and emotional side. The more mild side effects include the experience of cravings for certain types of food, as well as an increase in one's appetite where the person does not manage to keep track of what he or she is eating, and in what quantity. Also, sleeplessness and irritability may set in.

Mind and Mood Changes:After Cannabis ingestion, the person may feel extremely happy or extremely sad. Either which ways, the patient will feel a sense of detachment as far as reality goes. While he or she may not be acutely aware of the same, the people around the patient will be able to sense this with the words and actions of the person. The patient may also experience a distorted sense of time and motion, while depression and anxiety may also set in with prolonged abuse of this drug. Short term memory impairment may also take place, which can lead to forgetfulness regarding important details. Also, random thinking and strange fears may begin to plague the person in question.

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