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Dr. Valorkar

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Dr. Valorkar is a trusted Psychiatrist in Bhandup West, Mumbai. You can meet Dr. Valorkar personally at Rathod Nursing Home & Iccu in Bhandup West, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Valorkar and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Plot No A & B Wing, Shiv Sagar Complex, Gadav Naka, Off T P Road, Bhandup West.Landmark: Near Lalaseph Compound, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
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I m always frustrated, sad, angry. I m very touche kind of a person . I was the same from childhood because of some family problems but 2 years ago after a break up . This things are really increased . And due to these things i am failing in everything studies . Frienship . Family relation everything . I behave like a lunatic sometimes . I have tried docters . Meditation and other things but no results

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
You are turning into an emotional wreck at the rate you are letting the situation at home affect you. I do not envy you and neither do I think you can be completely immune to the events at home. But for your own sanity and wellbeing, you must take life into your own hands and make it a success. Quickly get yourself organized: schedule your day from morning to evening with studies, socializing, entertaining yourself, exercising, sleeping well, eating healthily, and praying. If I am not wrong, you may not have had therapy in parallel with medication. If so, that would have been the reason for the failure of this approach. You must support the medication with some talk therapy and develop some skills around how to handle yourself with the family situation to your advantage. Your life, your mental wellbeing, and your development are in your hands. If you live blaming the circumstances for your condition, you will fight a losing battle. I recommend you read a book by Scott M Peck entitled, The Road Less Travelled. It will guide you to live wonderfully, with values, and with love. Spend time with friends and perhaps go out of the house too, so that you are disconnected from all the happenings around your home. Ideally, I would love for you to face these circumstances and learn to change your response. You can?t change them, but you surely can learn how to adapt without getting too perturbed by them. In fact you can learn to even enjoy yourself, because of their antics! I would love to know how you did. So keep me posted.
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How should I get out of my past memories with my ex-boyfriend I am not able to think I want to forget but dont know how?

MBBS, Structure of Intellect learning Specialist
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Hi, My sympathies for you loss, however, I do not write to just offer placating words of comfort that will make you feel good for a short time and then leave you feeling incomplete again. What you probably might not be aware of is that there is considerable evidence that some trauma is good for long term growth. The predicament you find yourself in is no doubt distressing and likely makes you feel that you are lacking in something and are not' whole' or complete. Any life event that causes distress because of a perceived loss or separation from a loved one causes primarily two things - it makes you want to recover or somehow regain what you have lost and it disrupts your sense of identity. All of us rely on others to make our lives meaningful, happy and complete. We want to feel desired and loved and cherished. But that doesn' t always happen. Remember, that right at this moment you ARE complete. You have everything that you need to lead a purposeful and meaningful life. This doesn' t mean that you will not have obstacles or disappointments in your way. What it means is that you can choose to proactively cope with and look beyond your loss or predicament. You could begin by taking the following steps: - When memories, sorrow and distressing thoughts arise, don' t judge yourself or others. Try not to analyze or get too drawn into your thoughts. Observe them without participating in them. - If necessary, find a close friend or family member to talk to. Someone you can open yourself to without fear of being judged. - Cope by asking yourself" what can I do to make the situation better" Try and come up with ways to structure your day with activities that you enjoy, stay engaged with some routine or work or study. See if you can spend some time exercising or reading. - Don' t be too harsh on yourself. If you find yourself musing and anguishing over what you have lost, gently remind yourself that you cannot undo the past, and that some distress is a normal part of life. Remember to affirm that you have the capability to overcome difficult circumstances. - Spend some time considering that there are so many millions in this world who have had devastating losses and heartbreak. Even though you are in pain, you still probably have much to be grateful for like a family perhaps, or good music to listen to, or something as basic as food and shelter! A sense of gratitude helps overcome the feeling of being a victim and pushes you to look for solutions. - Take small steps. Be proud of yourself if you accomplish something, even if it is just reading what is written here. -If you like to read, read inspirational material. Spend time taking walks if possible, and do remember to get a good nights sleep, and eat well. I wish you well and hope that in time, you will come to terms with your loss and find a sense of balance!
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My son remain awakes most of the nights and keep playing online games. He is going to be 18 years now and does not go to school at all. He says he is not interested in the school as he doesn't like it. He has to appear in class 12th Board Examination and I am getting worried for him. How shall I handle this situation.

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, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
. Behavioral addiction is a form of addiction that involves a compulsion to engage in a rewarding non-drug-related behavior – sometimes called a natural reward – despite any negative consequences to the person's physical, mental, social or financial well-being. Behavior addiction needs to be curbed or controlled using your own self will power. Diverting your mind and body away from the circumstances which compels you for the addictive habit, with the help of physical exercises, games, entertainment etc can help you. Never sleep alone. Be always with your family even at night etc are some other tips. Willpower is the key always. Behavioral therapy also works well. Take care.
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I have stammering problem from 15-20 years. I took advice from many doctors. Some told me that it will be decrease when my age is increasing, but I notice that stammering is also increasing with my age. I did speech therapy also, but can't get any positive response. Some doctors said it is mentally problem. Please tell me Is there any solution for my speech problem?

B. Sc. Speech and Hearing
Audiologist, Delhi
Normal stammering happens to all. But when it's out of control we call it stuttering. In this case coping mechanisms lag in us. Speech therapy definitely helps. Yeah its psychogenic, you need to understand it better. Speech therapy must help.
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My eating, habits are normal. Like.morning ,noon and. Evening 3 roti. I smoke. Once daily.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Eating is not an issue... but smoking once or 100 times is bad... Less frequency does not guarantee you slow progress of any disease.. so better abstain from it.
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I have been taking medications for depression and anxiety for past 6 years. I am lot better and does not go to any extremes now. But always worried, anxious. Hypervigilance, over thinking and no night sleep. (sleeping only at day time) what can I do to get optimal mental health for normal functioning.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I have been taking medications for depression and anxiety for past 6 years. I am lot better and does not go to any ex...
If you have not tried counselling yet, please seek help from a counsellor. The counsellor will help you in understanding the source of your depression and anxiety. The conssellor can help you to modify your thought processes and behaviour with the help of different therapies. All the best.
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I lost somebody close last year nd since then I feel depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time.

CCT (UK) General Psychiatry, MD-Psychiatry, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Psychiatrist, Delhi
I lost somebody close last year nd since then I feel depressed and prefer keeping to myself all the time.
The death of a loved one can be devastating. Bereavement affects people in different ways. There's no right or wrong way to feel. "You might feel a lot of emotions at once, or feel you're having a good day, then you wake up and feel worse again. Powerful feelings can come unexpectedly. "It's like waves on a beach. You can be standing in water up to your knees and feel you can cope, then suddenly a big wave comes and knocks you off your feet. Stages of bereavement or grief- four stages 1.accepting that your loss is real 2.experiencing the pain of grief 3.adjusting to life without the person who has died 4.putting less emotional energy into grieving and putting it into something new – in other words, moving on You'll probably go through all these stages, but you won't necessarily move smoothly from one to the next. Your grief might feel chaotic and out of control, but these feelings will eventually become less intense. Feelings of grief--- Give yourself time – these feelings will pass. You might feel: shock and numbness – this is usually the first reaction to the death, and people often speak of being in a daze overwhelming sadness, with lots of crying tiredness or exhaustion anger – for example, towards the person who died, their illness, or God guilt – for example, guilt about feeling angry, about something you said or didn't say, or about not being able to stop your loved one dying "These feelings are all perfectly normal, says Sarah. "The negative feelings don't make you a bad person. Lots of people feel guilty about their anger, but it's OK to be angry and to question why. Some people become forgetful and less able to concentrate. You might lose things, such as your keys. This is because your mind is distracted by bereavement and grief, says Sarah. You're not losing your sanity. Coping with grief Talking and sharing your feelings with someone can help. Don't go through this alone. For some people, relying on family and friends is the best way to cope. If you don't feel you can talk to them much – perhaps you aren't close, or they're grieving, too / A bereavement counsellor can give you time and space to talk about your feelings, including the person who has died, your relationship, family, work, fears and the future. You can have access to a bereavement counsellor at any time, even if the person you lost died a long time ago. Talking about the person who has died Don't be afraid to talk about the person who has died. People in your life might not mention their name because they don't want to upset you. But if you feel you can't talk to them, it can make you feel isolated. Anniversaries and special occasions can be hard. Do whatever you need to do to get through the day. This might be taking a day off work or doing something that reminds you of that person, such as taking a favourite walk. If you need help to move on Each bereavement is unique, and you can't tell how long it will last. "In general, the death and the person might not constantly be at the forefront of your mind after around 18 months. This period may be shorter or longer for some people, which is normal. You might need help if: you can't get out of bed you neglect yourself or your family – for example, you don't eat properly you feel you can't go on without the person you've lost the emotion is so intense it's affecting the rest of your life – for example, you can't face going to work or you're taking your anger out on someone else These feelings are normal – as long as they don't last for a long time. "The time to get help depends on the person" If these things last for a period that you feel is too long or your family say they're worried, that's the time to seek help.
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I am 43 years old ,I am not able to sleep properly in night because of unnecessary issues thinking in mind and because of this I am not taking sleep properly. I have back pain since last 1 month . Due to this I am disturbing . Request you help me out of this. Because of this I am lot of in depression and Pressure , not able to understand how tackle the situation .

MA - Clinical Psychology, P.G. Diploma in Guidance and Counseling, BA In Psychology
Psychologist, Mumbai
I am 43 years old ,I am not able to sleep properly in night because of unnecessary issues thinking in mind and becaus...
Stress can cause pain in back. As you are facing sleep disturbances pls start meditation. Deep breathing excersise just before sleep. There music available for sleep pls try those. Calm yourself before bed time. Read if you like reading. If not able to help then opt for professional help.
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How to control my mind thought of the negative thinking which has been arose by my family members and friends ? I am not able to study alone even for 1 minute without thinking something and it comes in my mind automatically when I am alone anywhere.

CERTIFICATION IN BACH FLOWER REMEDIES OF ENGLAND, Ph.D DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN BIOCHEMISTRY, B.S.M.S BACHELOR OF SIDDHA MEDICINE AND SURGERY,
Alternative Medicine Specialist,
How to control my mind thought of the negative thinking which has been arose by my family members and friends ? I am ...
Acid flur200x one dose weekly once. Clematis, White chest nut, Walnut, take these Bach remedies one dose once daily for a month and revert back
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My stammering is different I speak without stammering with frns, with family members. But I stammer very badly in front of teachers in such a way that I cannot say my name. My parents say I was not a stammer earlier. But now I stammer in front of new people, I cannot communicate? Help.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Stammering is typically recognised by a tense struggle to get words out. This makes it different from the normal non-fluency we all experience which includes hesitations and repetitions. Commonly it involves repeating or prolonging sounds or words, or getting stuck without any sound (silent blocking). Sometimes people put in extra sounds or words. Often people lose eye contact. Some people who stammer talk their way round difficult words so that you may not realise they stammer at all. This avoidance of words, and avoidance of speaking in some or many situations, is an important aspect of stammering. Stammering varies tremendously from person to person and is highly variable for the person who stammers who may be fluent one minute and struggling to speak the next. Get an mri brain and eeg with a psychiatrist evaluation. In your case it looks like anxiety.
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