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Dr. Sonal Jain

MBBS

Neurologist, Mumbai

10 Years Experience  ·  250 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
Dr. Sonal Jain MBBS Neurologist, Mumbai
10 Years Experience  ·  250 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
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MBBS - Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik - 2008
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Sir I'm suffering from insomnia I'm nt getting sleep pls suggest me something pls sir.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
Sir I'm suffering from insomnia I'm nt getting sleep pls suggest me something pls sir.
First of all you need to calm urslf before going to bed. Take deep breath and spred your arms. Count from 1000-1.imagine some beautiful moments of your time or any place that you love. Imagine something that not in real like orange crow. Blue cow. Green lion like this way. And before going to bed hv some walk for 15-20 min. With this you need proper homeopathic treatment. By doing homoeopathic treatment your insomnia will be corrected. Soo you can also contact me through Lybrate.
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My hands are being shake, as I doubt he have some nerve problem, what is the solution.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Post Graduate Program in Diabetology
General Physician, Delhi
Most of these are related to anxiety familial tremor it is worthwhile getting thyroid profile done then contact.
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Migraine - How To Deal With It?

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
Migraine - How To Deal With It?

Migraine is the most severe forms of headaches. Migraine attacks usually include nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light along with the severe headaches, which are sometimes unbearable. If faced with this condition, there is only one way out to suffer through it, though pain medications do help manage the pain.

Being such a common condition, there is constant research being done about how to help people deal with migraines. In addition to popping pain killers, there is more than what a person can do to reduce the pain.

  1. Identify the triggers: Those who have had migraine for a while would know what triggers the attack. Whether it is chocolates or eggs, get to know what can induce an attack, and if possible, stay away from it.
  2. Stick to a schedule: Whether it is in terms of food or sleep, try and develop a routine and follow it.
  3. Physical workout: Develop an exercise regime to cover at least 30 minutes of physical exercise. Most people see a dramatic difference with a regular exercise routine.
  4. Bid goodbye to smoking: If you are a smoker, work at quitting this habit. It is one of the known triggers and also aggravates regular headaches.
  5. Stress management: Whether you are going through physical or emotional stress, migraine attacks can become more frequent and severe. Manage physical stress by not sitting at the same location for prolonged periods and by doing small exercises to relax the shoulders, knees, and jaws. For emotional stress, identify what helps you relax and follow it. While deep breathing works for some, for others, it could be music. Whatever your relaxation technique may be, ensure that you follow it. Work on improving relationships that stress you out. A regular exercise routine and sleep pattern also helps in reducing physical stress.

Despite these methods, migraine attacks do happen. Follow the next few steps when you know you are getting an attack.

  1. Stop your regular activities and find a calm environment for yourself. Let this place have less of light and sound as they can aggravate migraines.
  2. Sleep if you are able to.
  3. Go for a warm bath if possible.
  4. Try hot or cold compresses, which can numb the senses and reduce the pain.
  5. Have a caffeinated beverage as this will provides relief. Do not have it in excess as you will have hangover effects from the caffeine.
  6. Use only those medications that were prescribed by your doctor. Do not experiment.
  7. Lifestyle changes including exercise, diet, and stress management play a vital role in dealing with migraines.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I have migraine problem. Could you please help me with which medicines or treatment should I take for its prevention?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Migrane- It is characterised by one sided headache which is pulsatile in nature and with a throbbing pain usually with an aura and we have to start medication only after examination
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I am 51 year old man having suffering from tingles and heating sensation in foot.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am 51 year old man having suffering from tingles and heating sensation in foot.
To clear your doubts Get your blood checked for CBC Tsh Fbs ppbs UrineR and follow up with reports.
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Brain Structure May Help Boost Care

DIABETES EDUCATOR, PGDND, RMP -ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE, MEDICAL TRANSCRITPTINIST, M.SC, Msc nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Brain Structure May Help Boost Care

Becoming a mum can lay down a whole lot of stress on you. But now you know that your brain is going to help you with all the adjustment s! ah ah a relief you get when your baby gives you a hug by kissing your cheecks the joy you get is amazing and gratitude to the almighty creater

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I'm suffering from migraine attacks from the past week. I have at 2 times a day. My sleep routine is disrupted. Could you please help me? And prescribe something which will get my sleep routine bacm in track.

MBBS DA FIPM
Pain Management Specialist, Jabalpur
Take breakfast daily. Do not watch TV for more then 1 hour per day regular exercise brisk walk, jogging,cycling for 45 minutes avoid eating chocolates fix your time of sleep you should have minimum 8 hours sleep in the night there are inhalers available in market .whenever you feel you can take those .regular medical check up.
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More than one year back my left hand began to shake, Dr. Said you are having pekinson disease, without any test can a Dr. Diogonise perkin's?

DM - Neurology, MD - General Medicine, fellowship in interventional neuroradiology
Neurologist, Udaipur
Yes parkinson's is more of a clinical than radiological diagnosis but still you need a mri to look for secondary causes of parkinsonism.
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I am 45 years old lady and my height is 5 feet weight 87 kg and no blood pressure and no diabetes. And no thyroid problem. But my left toe is having numbness since one week and this is causing pain in my entire left leg upto thighs. What should I do to overcome this problem.

MBBS,J.R. Neurology
General Physician,
I am 45 years old lady and my height is 5 feet weight 87 kg and no blood pressure and no diabetes. And no thyroid pro...
Apparantly this seems to be a common neurological encounter. If you have a recent history of fall then this can be a compressive neuropathy. The main treatment modality will be rest, physiotherapy, analgesics and multivitamins (methylcobalamin for instance). This can also be due to nutritional deficiencies. Taking your weight into account the chances of compressive neuropathy are high. A mri of ls spine and ncv of your affected limb would be diagnostic. For the time being rely on resting and consult any general physician for analgesic prescription. Do not indulge in over the counter medications. Stay healthy. Take care.
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My friend, when he was a child met with an accident with a sharp object in his eye. He lost his eye sight due to that and now he has only a partial eye sight to that eye (can detect only shapes which are close and that too with blur). His eye pupil lost it's normal exact circular shape. He can see with his other eye and due to this, he got squint too. Now he wants to get back his vision to his eye. Question: 1. Is it possible to get back the vision back completely? 2. What is the problem and it's name which caused this condition to him? 3. Such kind of treatment or what should be done to get back his eye sight completely. Note: Somebody told him, there may be optical nerve damage. Is it true? If yes, then what should be done to get back his eye sight completely?

FICO, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Gandhinagar
My friend, when he was a child met with an accident with a sharp object in his eye. He lost his eye sight due to that...
Hello. Sorry about your friend's eye problem. Coming to your first question: unfortunately, it would not be possible to get back complete vision in the damaged eye. Vision lost during childhood is difficult to recover after so many years. The initial years of life are the ones that determine the growth and development of the eye. During this period the eye learns to see. Once the vision is compromised during childhood, there is very less chance of recovering it at such a late stage. Coming to your second query, the name of the condition would be amblyopia (post traumatic) or lazy eye. Also, there may be associated wound related scars and structural defects in the eye. There may be damage to the retina, lens or the cornea of the eye. As you mentioned, damage to the optic nerve may have caused optic atrophy in the eye. Regarding to your third question, it might be possible to treat him for the squint. The misalignment of the eyes could be rectified by surgery but it would not recover vision for him. Once again, sorry for your friend. Take care.
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