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Greetings doctor! My husband used to drink alcohol frequently I just want to know about his liver condition and kidney function. Can you please suggest me which tests he need to undergo to know about his health condition. Thanks in advance.
Hello. Actually I want healthy diet plan because nowadays I feel that I easily get tired and just wants to sleep and rest. I am preparing for competitive exam also and this is actually wasting my time. Please help.
I am very stressed because of studies and it is affecting my sleep cycle? What should I do. Please help me.
I am 28 married man. Since last 2 months I was in extreme stress, anxious and depressed due to some personal reasons. Suddenly one day I felt small infection in my mouth (i think Candida). After few days I felt some ulcers in my throat. Also having pain on shoulder. Also suffering from continuous burping. I am neither smoker nor alcohol addict. What should the reasons of my problems?
I am not able to concentrate on my goals. My mind is going too confused. Lacking motivation. Always distracted. Specially with girlfriend.
I am 25 years old baby nursing mother. My daughter is now 1 years old. Since last 3 months I am suffering from the problem of forgetting. I forget things. Even I think about 2 min before. And before marriage I had a very sharp mind. I was very good in studies. After my marriage it is started that I am forgetting thing. Sometimes it is very dangerous. I forgot to off gas stove . Now I am scared about my future. My baby could be affected with my forgetting problem. I think I will do it and I forget. Yea I have some family problems also. I always think about somethings. Which are hurting me. I am always in a deep thinking. I am alone at home I have no one to share my feelings and pains. Now please you suggest me what should I do?
I am having propranolol hydrochloride 40mg & clonazepam for panic attacks & rapid heart beats for the past 18 years. Now bp is normal. And no incidents so far. Should I continue my medications. I am afraid of the side effects of such long term use. Please advise.
Hello Doctor, I am Jayamurali (22). I feel more introvert during my schooling. But during my college days, I feel myself less introvert. I have finished my college a year before. But even now, I am not feeling comfortable while speaking to new ones. My thoughts become disturbed and I find it difficult to speak words clearly. On those times I happen to search the words for speaking. I fight it hard and speak. Though I am not feeling satisfied about my attitude. Is this due to any psychological imbalance or do I just need to work out on it more…? Please suggest me how to overcome this introvert behavior and become a motivated person towards others.
I have a problem of taking decision, I cannot take decision, I am not confident on what I think or what I know, have a phobia of being wrong, I don't have confident on my self.
Hi, I am 37 year male, having a severe anxiety, I feel nervousness suddenly feel no charm fear of death, it attack on whole body I am very depressed some time I feel life is useless. Please suggest what I do I have diabetes and hypertension too.
Many of us feel anger, frustration and dissatisfaction in our daily lives. While medicine and therapy can help extreme cases, there are other ways to bring down the symptoms with a proper daily routine, diet and exercise. Exercise can be an incredible treatment to discharge those sentiments. In case you wind up getting angry regularly, yoga can help you to deal with the problem while you are away or at home. Yoga can help with both managing anger and calming you down when you feel particularly furious at any given point. Some of the asanas or postures that help in doing so are as follows:
- Savasana (cadaver posture): With the cadaver posture, you lie on your back with your palms up and arms next to you. At that point, you relax every part of your body. While practicing this posture, concentrate on relaxing. Inhale deeply into your tummy. It is best to shut your eyes while doing so.
- Sheetali Pranayama (cooling breath): The cooling breathing exercise is a phenomenal approach to address anger. You basically roll your tongue (twisting in the edges) or press your lips together. In case you cannot roll your tongue, breathe in gradually through your mouth so that the air gets in through your tongue. At that point, close your mouth and breathe out through your nose. This practice is believed to lessen the anger and enhance peace of mind.
- Ardha matsyendrasana (half spinal twist pose): This posture strengthens the organs and relaxes your spine. You can perform this exercise by sitting with both legs in front of you, and then by folding one knee up while folding the other on the ground underneath the other leg. You then turn your spine toward the side where the knee is up and use the knee as a rest for your arm as you stretch into the stance. Try not to exhaust yourself. In case you feel pain, relax a bit.
- Urdhva dhanurasana (upward bow pose): This stance has been efficient in increasing trust between people with threatening or serious identity issues, and decreases anger. While there are a few approaches to accomplish a back curve in yoga, the upward bow stance is the most widely recognized due to the back twists that lead to better circulation of energy.
- Salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand): It can balance out the nervous system. People who deal with anger issues or who have an antagonistic identity will find that this asana helps in lessening their outrage and anger. It creates quality and adaptability and helps the thyroid and parathyroid organs as well.
Doing yoga frequently will go far towards helping you deal with your anger in the long haul. In case you have an identity issue, exercising consistently will strengthen the mind. However, you might need to go to a class keeping in mind the end goal, which is to manage the anger.