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Tips To Manage Stress Effectively!

MBBS
General Physician,
Tips To Manage Stress Effectively!

Stress is the reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed upon them. It arises when they worry and can no more cope up. Stress is the “wear and tear” our minds and bodies experience as we attempt to cope with our continually changing environment.

How do you know you are stressed?

PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS:

COGNITIVE SYMPTOMS:

  • Decrease in concentration & memory
  • Indecisiveness, mind racing or going blank
  • Confusion, loss of sense of humor
  • Mental slowness

EMOTIONAL SYMPTOMS:

  • Irritability
  • Nervousness
  • Depression, reduced sleep
  • Anger, frustration, worry
  • Fear, impatience, hopelessness

BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS:

  • Nervous habits, increased eating, smoking, drinking
  • ProcrastinatingCrying, yelling, blaming and even throwing things or hittinSuicidal thoughts
  • If you are facing any of these symptoms persistently in the absence of any medical problem it might be because of STRESS!

HOW TO MANAGE STRESS?

1. Most important thing is to accept that stress might be playing a role.

2. Do not be in denial mode, and wait for things to get corrected by itself, symptoms can start suddenly, but it will not disappear just like that.

3. Recognize the source and personal contribution to stress ( family situation, work related, financial, kids, relationships etc).

4. Remember there are no quick fixes to reduction of stress except working on damage limitation strategies.

5. It involves commitment and motivation to remain healthy despite adversities around us.

6. Don't hide your problems. Share your feelings with someone or write a dairy.

7. Practice relaxation techniques regularly - Om chanting, pranayama, yoga, exercise, prayer etc.

8. Follow healthy nutritious diet pattern - lot of fruits, nuts, vegetables, pulses etc.

9. Try to repeat things which make you feel good - listening to music, reading, dancing etc.

10. Maintain a good sleep hygiene.

11. If things are worse or you feel it is hard to cope, seek help. Most of the situations can be dealt by counseling and guidance, but you should be open to it.

12. Life is beautiful, everybody is entitled to have a good life. Happiness is within us. Always remember if you do not take any initiative to make life better nobody can help you. 

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Hi, I'm Male 26 and I have been experiencing depression and anxiety since 5 months. I had a trauma in my life which I could not get out of my head. It was related to my career. I lost my job in Nov 2017 due to demoralization and that put me into shock because I did not have any backup at that point of time. I got so depressed and I even had suicide tendencies. I had serious health issues that time which included heart palpitation, vomiting, headache, anxiety, dizziness etc. I did not consult any Doctor for the same as I myself took control over all the problems. I used to get a feeling of being in such a rush like the world is gonna end the very next day. I was running after my career because I had lots of responsibilities on my shoulders. I'm engaged and I used to think about that a lot. I have gotten a new job now and I'm satisfied with it but I still get the weird feeling. I feel so low, I am unable to focus on things properly, I was the person who used to talk to people so much but now I don't feel like talking to them. I sometimes fumble while speaking. Please suggest what needs to be done to get it right. Will really much appreciate that. Thanks.

MBBS, MD (AIIMS, Gold Medalist), Diploma in CBT (UWS, Glasgow)
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Hi, I'm Male 26 and I have been experiencing depression and anxiety since 5 months. I had a trauma in my life which I...
Hi, Thanks for writing in, welcome to the forum. What you are describing seems to be a partially remitted form of a psychological condition. Many a time, these partially remitted forms remit completely on their own or in many, they tend to become chronic. The latter can get problematic. Therefore, a psychiatric evaluation is certainly in order. I am quite confident that your previous, normal personality will be restored with appropriate intervention. Take care!
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How much days married couples leave saparetogaither. With out sex ofter a baby. Should women's controls their sex more then men? How is men's control with out their wife's mentally. Is it possible?

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
How much days married couples leave saparetogaither. With out sex ofter a baby. Should women's controls their sex mor...
Hi lybrate-user, everyone is different. There's no norm, or set time, when you should aim to have sex by. The most important thing is to wait until you are physically and emotionally ready. A small number of couples start having sex within the first month after the birth, but about half wait until at least six weeks, as do most women who have had a tear or episiotomy. By three months, most couples have tried sex again, though some couples prefer to wait until after six months. If you both feel ready to have sex before your postnatal check at about six weeks after the birth, you can go ahead if you want to. Some health professionals suggest trying sex with your partner before your postnatal check, if you both feel ready, so they can address any problems at your appointment. You do not need to mentally prepare yourself, just keep yourself busy, do some exercise or meditation and masturbation is always possible option. Consult for any query.
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I am masturbating since last 10 Years regularly, so now I have problems of Early Ejaculation, size problem and it's not harder, I am going to marry in sometimes, I am in depression, I never use alcohol and smoking, I am vegetarian. Please help me and give me solution.

BHMS
Homeopath,
I am masturbating since last 10 Years regularly, so now I have problems of Early Ejaculation, size problem and it's n...
First you avoid your tension, and you want to understand that we can't able to understand this is early ejaculation or not only via masturbation, masturbation and normal sex are diffrnt, you can consult me for homoeopathic treatment.
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What are the causes of Bipolar Disorder? How to recover from this disease, Please give me better solution.

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
What are the causes of Bipolar Disorder? How to recover from this disease, Please give me better solution.
Dear Lybrate user. Hormonal imbalances might trigger or cause bipolar disorder. Environmental factors - abuse, mental stress, a "significant loss, or some other traumatic event may contribute to bipolar disorder risk. The best treatment is a combination of psychiatric medicines and psychotherapy. Please work with your psychiatrist for a cure. Take care.
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Hi, Am here to share an important thing in my life. In some situations, am getting more tensed without any reason and getting angry. Am already sensitive in nature and can't stand to these situations nowadays. I also have some other personal issues. So I need a solution for the same. Am seeking remedies from well hearted doctors who can understand my situations and problems.

BHMS, M.D.
Homeopath, Pune
Hi, Am here to share an important thing in my life. In some situations, am getting more tensed without any reason and...
Hello lybrate user, Anxiety without cause, increase irritability could be due thyroid disorder like hypothyroidism/ hyperthyroidism, or it could be due to without any underlying pathological condition like anxiety disorder, etc; more details are needed for correct diagnosis and treatment. yoga like pranayam, meditation may help in stress reduction.Have healthy diet and enough sleep. Take homeopathic treatment for your condition. It is safe, natural and holistic way of treatment.Natural homeopathic remedies strikes at the root of problem to ensure complete cure. Homeopathic medicine is selected on the basis of thorough details of patient, like medical history, causes, routine, temperament etc..; such well selected medicine gives complete relief and cure, without any side effects. Message back for online homeopathic consultation and treatment.       
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I am suffering from anxiety and ocd. Had medicine for 23 months.Still not everything all right. Suggest

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 , Anxiety and OCD are mental disorders and not mental diseases. Medicines alone cannot cure mental disorders. Mental disorders need brain re-programming. Psychotherapy, meditation, change in lifestyle etc help you achieve brain reprogramming. Give me more details about your anxiety and OCD. Be as detailed as possible. Take care.
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Hi doctor. Am sathya. My problem is memory loss. Whatever I feel it is unimportant I cannot remember and which I took it as more important I will never forget. But in work stress I use to forget many things which is important also sometimes. Is this a serious problem. I couldn't remember many things.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Dear lybrateuser, - Your problem could be due to improper sleep, nutritional deficiency of important vitamins & minerals, proper concentration - sleep well for at least 7-8 hrs at night - have a well balanced diet with more of green leafy vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk & milk products, lean meats, legumes including beans, lentils, pulses,peas, sprouts - do regular exercise like walking, jogging, swimming, also yoga, meditation & deep breathing daily morning which will help improve your concentration.
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For e g. Lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time. Please help me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
For e g. Lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time. ...
Try to maintain your normal lifestyle. Don’t make any major life changes (for example, moving, changing jobs, changing important relationships) during the first year of bereavement. This will let you keep your roots and some sense of security. Take care of yourself. Eat well and exercise. Physical activity is a good way to release tension. Allow yourself physical pleasures that help you renew yourself, like hot baths, naps, and favorite foods. Avoid drinking too much alcohol or using other drugs. This can harm your body as well as dull your emotions. It’s also likely to slow your recovery and may cause new problems. Give yourself a break from grief. You must work through it, but you don’t need to focus on grief all the time. Find distractions like going to a movie, dinner, or a ball game; reading a good book; listening to music; or getting a massage Prepare for holidays, birthdays, and anniversaries knowing that strong feelings may come back. Decide if you want to keep certain traditions or create new ones. Plan in advance how you want to spend your time and with whom. Do something to honor the memory of your loved one.
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I am 20 years old male. I am suffering from attention deficit since my childhood. Most of the time I live in dreams. Since my childhood I never listened lectures. I feel like boredom after listening for 10 minutes and I will go to dreams. You believe it or not my city is very small one, I am living in this since my childhood but I don't remember routes of this city. I don't know the exact locations of the places. I always search for them. I can't observe the things that are happening around me because I am always in dreams. I always forget the names of persons and places. I always try to think for 5-10 sec of finding a name while I am in a conversations. I always can't take decisions in my life. I will always over estimate or under estimate the situation.(for example if I want to study a subject I will over estimate that I can read the whole book of 500 pages in 10 hrs. Then I starts reading, after reading 5 pages I gets depressed and stops reading. This is happening since my childhood.) I am also very poor in my communication skills. I also have very few friends. I feel like I am wasting time while talking to strangers. I never fight or scold anybody in my life not because I am good but because I think that they will feel if I scold them. I am going to dreams while writing this question too. This is bothering me a lot. Please help me. Thanks in advance.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am 20 years old male.
I am suffering from attention deficit since my childhood. Most of the time I live in dreams. ...
You must immediately go for counseling and meet with a doctor too for some medication. You will need to monitor yourself and get into maintaining a dairy of activities completed and those to be completed. It will be useful to either report to a family member or to a therapist to keep tabs on your progress. Right now there is no cure but a combination of counseling and medication will help. You have reached this age already rather successfully and with more definite direction, much more can be achieved. Exercise of the vigorous kind will be useful, and a regular schedule of activities every day will help you complete jobs. To stay out of daydreaming you must be constantly engaged with constructive activities and with people of common interests.
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Any time for some misunderstanding I am going depressed. I don't know what to do.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Any time for some misunderstanding I am going depressed. I don't know what to do.
The word depressed is a common everyday word. People might say" i'm depressed" when in fact they mean" i'm fed up because i've had a row, or failed an exam, or lost my job" etc. These ups and downs of life are common and normal. Most people recover quite quickly. With true depression, you have a low mood and other symptoms each day for at least two weeks The common symptoms are (few might be present in a person with depression) Feelings of sadness, tearfulness, emptiness or hopelessness Angry outbursts, irritability or frustration, even over small matters Loss of interest or pleasure in most or all normal activities, such as sex, hobbies or sports Sleep disturbances, including insomnia or sleeping too much Tiredness and lack of energy, so even small tasks take extra effort Changes in appetite — often reduced appetite and weight loss, but increased cravings for food and weight gain in some people Anxiety, agitation or restlessness Slowed thinking, speaking or body movements Feelings of worthlessness or guilt, fixating on past failures or blaming yourself for things that aren't your responsibility Trouble thinking, concentrating, making decisions and remembering things Frequent or recurrent thoughts of death, suicidal thoughts, suicide attempts or suicide Unexplained physical problems, such as back pain or headaches consult a psychiatrist and get evaluated.
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How can I manage multiple work at 8 hours duty? I have more than one boss at my work place. How can I manage them both? Lastly how can I manage stress at my life?

Masters in Clinical Psychology & Certified Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Practioner, Certified Neuro linguistic programming Practioner, Masters in Clinical Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma in Child and ADolescent Counselling
Psychologist, Pune
How can I manage multiple work at 8 hours duty? I have more than one boss at my work place. How can I manage them bot...
As a manager or employee, you often have to multitask and manage or work on multiple projects each day. Some projects are short and take just a few hours or days to complete, while others can take months or even years to complete. Managing multiple projects and deadlines at work can be stressful, so it is important to take the time to organize your work and schedule. Prepare your workspace: Organize your desk. Put everything you use daily within close reach. Get rid of those unused stacks of correspondence, brochures and lists that you keep around because you" might need them some day. Prioritize your tasks. This requires coordination with bosses, coworkers and subordinates. Decide what tasks are really important to you, your boss, your team members and your organization. Do them first. Are these tasks that really don't need to be done at all? Get rid of them. Insist on a clear deadline for each task you take on. Plan your work and your time. Poor or nonexistent planning is the greatest cause of missed deadlines and delays. For all but the simplest tasks, develop a work plan before you start. Divide large projects into manageable chunks. Organize your tasks into a logical sequence. Plan your time. If you do your best brain work between 10 a. M. And noon, schedule your hardest task for that time slot. Persevere to complete each task. Once you start a task, stick with it to completion. Don't flit around from task to task. Even if you feel pressured because other important tasks are pending, don't let that pressure distract you. You'll accomplish more in the long run if you take one thing at a time. Push away distractions. During the next work week, pay attention to your major distracters. Do you spend too much time on the phone? Do too many people stop by your desk during a day? Are you" putting out the welcome mat" for people to just stop by and chat? Do you go through your correspondence two or three times before deciding what to do with it? Do you check your e-mail 20 times a day? Analyze those things that are keeping you from accomplishing your tasks, then work to minimize them. Handle correspondence and e-mail just once or twice a day. Working in a matrix organization with multiple bosses can create major challenges: •Work overload. A common refrain in workplaces around the globe is, “I have too much work to do.” Things can be even worse when you have multiple managers on different projects. Each boss may treat you as if you only work for him or her. •Competing demands. Having several bosses can mean competing demands on your time. Whose project gets first priority—especially when every boss believes his or her project should be number one? •Conflicting messages. The more managers you have, the more opportunity there is for conflicting messages. Different bosses have different expectations and methods of communicating, and can unintentionally send conflicting messages. What can you do to manage these challenges? I suggest these four strategies: 1. Be Clear Who Your “Real” Boss Is It’s important to know who your real boss is. Which person do you formally report to? Who does your final performance review? Who makes decisions regarding your compensation? Even in a heavily matrixed environment, just one manager is typically responsible for these tasks. Make sure you are having regular one-on-one meetings at least once a month with your real boss. Use this formal leader as a mentor or coach in dealing with your other managers. 2. Be Open About Your Workload Your bosses don’t know what’s on your plate unless you tell them. Be open about your workload. Share your calendar with all of your managers so they know your schedule. Create a shared document that updates them on each of the projects you’re working on so they see your progress and have a better understanding of your workload. Have quick weekly check-in meetings to stay connected and address any concerns. 3. Set Clear Boundaries on Your Time Constant interruptions are a major time waster. It’s difficult to focus on your projects if your bosses keep coming by to ask questions or make additional requests. Encourage them to use email or text for questions and requests. Block off specific time on your calendar to work on projects. Let your managers know this is sacred time and you should not be interrupted unless it is an emergency. 4. Set Clear Standards for Communication Get your bosses together to develop one set of standards for communication. Do you prefer to get requests through email, text, Outlook tasks, face-to-face, or some other way? What is the expectation for timely response to an email or text—for you and for them? How often will you meet one-on-one? How are you going to report project status? If possible, come up with one way that works for all of your managers so you don’t have to deal with different expectations for communication. Taking Steps to Manage Stress •Track your stressors. Keep a journal for a week or two to identify which situations create the most stress and how you respond to them. Record your thoughts, feelings and information about the environment, including the people and circumstances involved, the physical setting and how you reacted. Did you raise your voice? Get a snack from the vending machine? Go for a walk? Taking notes can help you find patterns among your stressors and your reactions to them. •Develop healthy responses. Instead of attempting to fight stress with fast food or alcohol, do your best to make healthy choices when you feel the tension rise. Exercise is a great stress-buster. Yoga can be an excellent choice, but any form of physical activity is beneficial. Also make time for hobbies and favorite activities. Whether it's reading a novel, going to concerts or playing games with your family, make sure to set aside time for the things that bring you pleasure. Getting enough good-quality sleep is also important for effective stress management. Build healthy sleep habits by limiting your caffeine intake late in the day and minimizing stimulating activities, such as computer and television use, at night. •Establish boundaries. In today's digital world, it's easy to feel pressure to be available 24 hours a day. Establish some work-life boundaries for yourself. That might mean making a rule not to check email from home in the evening, or not answering the phone during dinner. Although people have different preferences when it comes to how much they blend their work and home life, creating some clear boundaries between these realms can reduce the potential for work-life conflict and the stress that goes with it. •Take time to recharge. To avoid the negative effects of chronic stress and burnout, we need time to replenish and return to our pre-stress level of functioning. This recovery process requires “switching off” from work by having periods of time when you are neither engaging in work-related activities, nor thinking about work. That's why it's critical that you disconnect from time to time, in a way that fits your needs and preferences. Don't let your vacation days go to waste. When possible, take time off to relax and unwind, so you come back to work feeling reinvigorated and ready to perform at your best. When you're not able to take time off, get a quick boost by turning off your smartphone and focusing your attention on non-work activities for a while. •Learn how to relax. Techniques such as meditation, deep breathing exercises and mindfulness (a state in which you actively observe present experiences and thoughts without judging them) can help melt away stress. Start by taking a few minutes each day to focus on a simple activity like breathing, walking or enjoying a meal. The skill of being able to focus purposefully on a single activity without distraction will get stronger with practice and you'll find that you can apply it to many different aspects of your life. •Talk to your supervisor. Healthy employees are typically more productive, so your boss has an incentive to create a work environment that promotes employee well-being. Start by having an open conversation with your supervisor. The purpose of this isn't to lay out a list of complaints, but rather to come up with an effective plan for managing the stressors you've identified, so you can perform at your best on the job. While some parts of the plan may be designed to help you improve your skills in areas such as time management, other elements might include identifying employer-sponsored wellness resources you can tap into, clarifying what's expected of you, getting necessary resources or support from colleagues, enriching your job to include more challenging or meaningful tasks, or making changes to your physical workspace to make it more comfortable and reduce strain. •Get some support. Accepting help from trusted friends and family members can improve your ability to manage stress. Your employer may also have stress management resources available through an employee assistance program (EAP), including online information, available counseling and referral to mental health professionals, if needed. If you continue to feel overwhelmed by work stress, you may want to talk to a psychologist, who can help you better manage stress and change unhealthy behavior. Hope I have answered your query, I will be happy to help further. Regards,
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I was suffering from anxiety before 5 months. Then I visit doc psychiatrist he gave me med then after two months I was fine. I went russia I came from there after 4 months. From ten days what I am feeling little pain in neck sometimes head tightening. Some times like little pain is passing left side in head then some times right side in head. Some times its coming from back side but not shooting one jus little little. Its tightening my that portion where you feel pain. Now I am scaring I feel that anxiety that am I fine whats in my head whats going on. I feel little vomit when I think about that head pain.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
I was suffering from anxiety before 5 months. Then I visit doc psychiatrist he gave me med then after two months I wa...
You should always follow doctor's instructions regarding the use and disuse of medication. It is not prudent for you to self medicate even if you are very knowledgeable. Some medicines have to run a full course and/or must be reduced gradually. Self-regulation is therefore not advisable. Kindly go back to your doctor and see what he advises. In the meantime follow these instructions: Anxiety has all to do with fear and your inability (or so you would tend to think) to handle the same. Fear is based on looking too much into the future and imagining things that usually do not tend to happen (usually 90% of your fears will not happen). You need to change your perception of the fearful stimulus then you can change your response to the fear. The first one is the best and will preempt the need for the second. If you are already far gone into the reaction mode, then you need both responses to counter the attack. The way we see things in life (like half empty or half full glass) is very dependent on our attitude. Attitude may have developed over many years but fortunately can change in a matter of sustained choices made and acted up on now. Accordingly you choose to see things as either threatening or as an opportunity. The opportunist will be positive and work with the situation to make good out of it. The individual who sees it as threatening, will, out of fear, try to avoid/run away from the situation or react with anxiety. Yes, self-belief does impact it too, but you can see that prior to that, perception will tarnish the belief system too. Here, you can see that all the resolution lies in just changing your perception/attitude, even if it is against odds. Changing your response, despite the perception, is building up of your reserves and resources to handle any contingency that life throws up at you. And life throws up situations quite regularly and heavily. For this you need to develop a fit mind and body: The former, by meditation and mind exercises; and the later, by exercises and proper diet. You need good sleep too. Included in the development of the mind is the handling of emotions, in your case, fear. These changes will give you a handle on life and your perceptions and responses. Prayer is really powerful, if you are a spiritual person. Repeat some personally framed affirmations that are geared to calming you down and building confidence. Do a personality course too. Anything that develops you personally will be of great assistance in building resilience.
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I am a 19 year old boy. I want to say that my heart beats so fast. Normally whan I feel my heart beats there is a great pace of beats and my heart seems to be sound. Also if sonething goes wrong or there is any tension at my home my heart begins to just like blow. E. G when I use to be at examination hall my heart begins to beat till I will get my question paperand then it will be ok.

BSc Home Science, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
You have essential fatty deficiency along with several other vitamins as a result your seretonin (neuro transmitter) and other feel good enzyme levels are low as a result your body is not capable of stress management. You must eat walnuts, flex seeds, fishes like salmon, mackerel, sardines etc. Severe deficiency is treated nutritional supplements, especially when the soils are depleted and our diet is unable to provide our body with essential nutrients.
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Mam, my age is 25m, I have stress, anxiety and some phobias which have occurred due to sudden stopping of clonazepam a year ago, till now I am facing problems, I want to get rid of my phobias and uneasiness, I cnsltd a ayvd doc and he told me to take manasamitra vatakam and mentat thrice daily, is manasamitra vatakam safe, which company med is better nagarjuna company (kerala) or kerala Ayurveda. Pls guide me. Thnq.

B.A PSYCHOLOGY HONOURS, M.A PSYCHOLOGY, M.Phil - Psychology, PhD PSYCHOLOGY
Psychologist, Delhi
Mam, my age is 25m, I have stress, anxiety and some phobias which have occurred due to sudden stopping of clonazepam ...
You need to see a psychologist for diagnosis first. Then, based on the reports go for psychotherapy or medicines as advised. Pranayaam on astha channel daily 5.00 am to 7.30 am will be helpful.
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I discharged within seconds. .and also have size problem .when I insert .i release within 30 sec.

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Ayurveda, Indore
I discharged within seconds. .and also have size problem .when I insert .i release within 30 sec.
You are suffering from Premature ejaculation that is very harmful at this very young age. Proper erection and sex timing is too important to have a satisfactory intercourse for both you and your partner. PE can eventually lead to embarrassment in front of your partner as you won't be able to satisfy her. This condition can be solved with proper ayurvedic treatment that will help you in getting and maintaining proper erection. There are other factor also that are affecting it. Conslt me privatly for more details.
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Hello I have a question for memory loss. As my father after a brain tumor operation was all right but due to the spot radiation it has effected his memory, writing, reading and speaking skills. Is there any way to make my father all right.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
With mind and brain exercises and over a period of time he will regain some memory and be normal
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Hello Sir, I'm a 24 year old male and suffering from depression due to lack of study. I'm appearing for this year's civil services exam which will be held in August. Thoughts like whether I would be able to clear it or not, if not what will I do in my career etc comes frequently in my mind. So I urgently need your help?

Hypnotherapist, DCS, BSIC, Advanced Trainee of Transactional Analysis, Advanced Skills in Counselling
Psychologist,
Hello Sir, I'm a 24 year old male and suffering from depression due to lack of study. I'm appearing for this year's c...
Please don't label yourself with depression if you haven't gotten a professional diagnosis. This will only hamper your recovery and taking proactive steps to help you out of your emotional stress. 1. It seems that the results will impact your life a lot and decide your future. Please remember to give these exams and results only that much importance that they are due for. Ovethinking aboit it is only adding stress and not helping you at all. Life is much more than these exams. In the longer run, your mental, physical and emotional wellbeing will help you find solutions to all your problems. So take care of your body and mind. 2. The studies and preparations are in your control so focus on that. Do your best to prepare well and cover all the necessary portions well. Join study groups etc to get a stronger grip of your subjects. The result is not in your control. So stop over thinking and catastrophising. If you do well you will get a job. If you don't get a job, have a plan b and c in mind. Talk to other students and hear what they would do in a worst case scenario. In india, there are always other options available but you need to be open and flexible for making this change. 3. Even if you don't do well in the exams then try to find out the reasons and know your role in it. If the examiner was in a foul mood and didn't give you marks that you deserved then don't blame yourself. Public exams have this element of grey area and it's best to factor it into your planning. Remember that it's the survival of the fittest and very few seats are available for which lakh of candidates apply. You need to be mentally, physically and emotionally fit to cross all stages and beat all competion. Get a grip of yourself and study well but don't forget to enjoy life with friends and have some fun times to relax yourself.
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I've been single all my life. Everytime I talk to woman I have fear of rejection. I always feel embarrassed to talk about it Can anyone help?

L L. B..,, M.Sc psychy,, N L P, P.G.D.G.C, M.S psychotherapy,, M.A child care, M A, clinical psy, M.A,social psychiatry,, M.Phil., psychology., Ph.D .,psychology
Psychologist, Vijayawada
I've been single all my life. Everytime I talk to woman I have fear of rejection. I always feel embarrassed to talk a...
Do not fear better to taik, all women are not rejected. Now generation is changed now women also needs friendliness. Better to make good friend. Do not talk like collge boy or lover, women likes good friendly nature men. Do not prefer sex thoughts in middle of the conversation. Do not feel when talk to them. Start with small words later go good conversation. Good luck.
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