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Dr. Neeraj Jain - Neurologist, Navi Mumbai

Dr. Neeraj Jain

Neurologist, Navi Mumbai

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Dr. Neeraj Jain is an experienced Neurologist in kopar khairane, Navi Mumbai. He is currently practising at Sai Snehdeep Hospital in kopar khairane, Navi Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Neeraj Jain on Lybrate.com.

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Fortis Hiranandani Hospital - Vashi

Mini Seashore Road, A-Block, Vashi Sector 10,Vashi. Landmark: Near Shabri Restaurant & Behind Municipal Hospital, Navi MumbaiNavi Mumbai Get Directions
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My hands often shiver like a old man, wherein I'm just 23. What is the remedy for the nerve weakness?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I will suggest you to take injection vitcofol 2cc intramuscularly every alternate days for five pricks
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Respected doctors, I am a male of 29 years of age, I am suffering from generalized anxiety disorder feeling like I am in a like state, light headed, foggy vision, stiff head, head feeling numb, depersonalization, tough to carry on life since 1 and half year. One of psychiatrist tell me that I had taken lots of medicine as I was hospitalized 3 times in a year and therefore depersonalised has taken place and feeling numbness in head due to heavy medicine. Eat healthy sleep healthy will create stamina and slowly your anxiety will be improved. Please suggest.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
Respected doctors, I am a male of 29 years of age, I am suffering from generalized anxiety disorder feeling like I am...
Your doctor is right about many things but I recommend that you meet with a counselor too. That person will teach you a lot of skills and techniques to deal with yoru problem along with the help of the medication. 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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Epilepsy - Understanding The Role Of Physiotherapy In It!

Master of Physiotherapy (MPT-Neuro), Bachelor of physiotherapy(BPT)
Physiotherapist, Ahmedabad
Epilepsy - Understanding The Role Of Physiotherapy In It!

A neurological disorder characterized by sudden recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, and convulsions associated with abnormal electrical activity in the brain.

Role of physiotherapy in epilepsy

  • It helps improve strength, mobility, and increases the range of motion and sphere of movement.

  • It helps improve sensory awareness, response, balance, and coordination.

  • It helps to improve quality of movement and physical performance.

The goals of physiotherapy

  • To develop strength enough to support one’s head upright

  • To have balance and motor control to maintain their trunk at midline

  • To use many different muscle groups

  • To assist necessary motion in their trunk and extremities

  • The physiotherapists write short-term goals for each of the items on the problem list that need to be covered to help the patient achieve the long-term goals

  • To understand what the patient is good at and does well

  • To focus on what he or she capable of doing rather than on what they can’t do

  • To educate and provide awareness with a view to prevent injuries

    • For example, advice on special swimming equipment to prevent drowning if he/she gets seizures in the pool

    • Padding out sharp corners in the house to prevent damage if fallen on

  • Physiotherapy treatment for a healed fracture consists of strengthening muscles that have got weak from being immobilized and stretching muscles that are stiff owing to being in the cast for a long period of time.

How can physical exercise help with seizures?

Physical exercise improves fitness, energy, and mood and even relieves stress. Improving overall health and well-being in this way can help reduce seizures.

  • It can also help people feel more in control of their health.
  • It also helps release ‘feel good’ hormones into the brain, keeps muscles active, reduces fat levels in the body, and increases oxygen flow to the brain.
  • It can also increase the bone density.
  • A research showed that regular sessions of aerobic exercise (for example running, walking, swimming, cycling) for 60 minutes, twice a week, for 15 weeks can result in a significant reduction in the number of seizures they had.
  • Drink water, diluted fruit juice, or squash while exercising to help replace the fluids and body. Do not exercise straight after a meal.
  • Team sports or group activities such as walking or gardening groups can also be a good way of increasing self-confidence.
  • Making new friends may help with any feelings of isolation.
  • Most sports, including contact sports like football, hockey, basketball and rugby, have not shown to increase the chance of someone having a seizure, but contact sports come with an increased risk of head injuries, which could affect people with a history of epilepsy. Protective sports headgear helps to reduce this risk.

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I have cold and runny nose with fever and sore throat. I am feeling shivering as well.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Ambala
I have cold and runny nose with fever and sore throat. I am feeling shivering as well.
You can apply these home remedies for relief: • Take 1/2 piece of ginger, crush it and squze its juice and mix it with one teaspoon of honey and take 1/2 spoon of this mixture 2 times in a day. • Take 4 - 5 tulsi leaves and 1/2 piece of ginger and 1 glass of water mix both of them in water and boil it till half glass of water remain in the container then drink it by add 1/2 teaspoon of sugar. • Avoid cold water, ice creams, and pickle. • Take strepsils or sualiin (hamdard pharma) 1 tablet 3 times per day or slowly suck a piece of mulethi. • Doing gargles with lukewarm water it will reduce your pain. * Cover your body properly by the layers of cloths and make it warm. Cover your head and feet to prevent heat loss and make body temperature normal.
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I am 35 years old woman suffering from migraine. Recently I am also having breathing issues. Also, I am acting weird. Is this a caused by migraine or something else is happening to me. Advise!

Fellowship in Endoscopic Neurosurgery , M.Ch - Neuro Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Neurosurgeon, Lucknow
sometimes migraine has associated symptoms and are known as migraine variants. change in medications will help your cause
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Sir my father suffering for bells palsy from last I Week and he is diabetic patient .physiotherapy has started and steroid medicine is going on .But no improvement. How can he free from this situation?

BPTh/BPT, MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Sir my father suffering for bells palsy from last I Week and he is diabetic patient .physiotherapy has started and st...
Go for muscle stimulator which will contract the paralyzed muscles of face. Also he should be doing facial expression exercises in front of a mirror.
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My father gone laminectomy 2 months ago. He also having depression due to his neuro illness. His full leg jerk sometimes in a week or some times after 2 days. When he give attention to movement of leg, that movement increases. And if I make his mind divert from it, like in serious talking, that movement decreases or gradually stops. Like this somewhere connected to mind. I don't know what it is. But it irritates dad. Please help, which doctor to see, neuro or psychiatrist. What it can be?

MBBS
General Physician, Coimbatore
My father gone laminectomy 2 months ago.
He also having depression due to his neuro illness.
His full leg jerk someti...
Dear lybrate-user, you engage your dad with some work. Go for a vacation. Spend time with your dad by sharing his work expeience. From your dad view he want to express something. This is the treatment for him. You did not mention whether your father is diabetic or not. Give Walnut one or two pieces daily, along with the medication feel free to update.
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I am 46 years old female met with head injury in 2012 and recovered. My thought process was totally disturbed and unable to take the decisions and suffering from low self esteem.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma in Naturopathy & Yogic Science (DNYS)
Ayurveda,
I am 46 years old female met with head injury in 2012 and recovered. My thought process was totally disturbed and una...
1. Regular meditation. Morning 2. House hold job. Try to maintain individually. 3. You can write your thoughts on paper daily. 4. Edit & talk with your husband, children. 5. Feel relax in all moments. No sickness in you.
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