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Dr. P S Das  - Psychiatrist, Noida

Dr. P S Das

MD - Psychiatry

Psychiatrist, Noida

32 Years Experience  ·  1500 at clinic
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Dr. P S Das is one of the best Psychiatrists in Sector-30, Noida. He has had many happy patients in his 30 years of journey as a Psychiatrist. He is a qualified MD - Psychiatry. He is currently associated with Noida Medicare Centre Limited in Sector-30, Noida. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. P S Das on Lybrate.com.

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How To Effectively Manage Various Types Of Pains?

MBBS, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho)
Orthopedist, Malappuram
How To Effectively Manage Various Types Of Pains?

The human body goes through aches and pains from time to time depending on injuries and other kinds of joint, muscle and nerve pain. The various types of pain include somatic pain, visceral pain, and neuropathic pain. While somatic pain refers to pain that comes from injuries caused to muscles, connective tissues and joints; visceral pain happens due to inflammation and excessive stretching of organs.

Finally, neuropathic pain is a more long lasting kind that can be caused by conditions like cancer, HIV or Shingles. The pain can be acute or chronic.

Read on to find out more about pain management:

Somatic Pain: This bone pain is usually localised and can increase with movement, becoming sharper with increased motion. Somatic pain can usually be treated with the help of analgesics that can treat the pain area, especially for pain that takes place due to surgical incisions and other dull aches or sharp pains that are localised. This kind of pain can also be treated with physiotherapy, acupressure and other exercises based on the area of the pain.

Visceral Pain: While this kind of pain can be treated with the help of medication, it also usually improves and fades with time. The medication for this kind of pain usually alters the neurotransmitters of the brain that convey pain signals and trigger pain in the body. This medication also helps in bringing down the inflammation for pain improvement.

Neuropathic Pain: This kind of pain is usually accompanied by irregular limb movements and discomfort as well as motions like twitching. It is a more permanent kind of pain that lasts long and causes greater discomfort than the above two kinds of pain. Neuropathic pain can be treated with the help of anticonvulsants that usually help in the prevention of nerve pain and irregular movements that can trigger off this kind of pain. It also acts on the serotonin levels and other chemicals of the brain for better nerve pain management and as an anti-depressant as well.

The various kinds of pain discussed above can be treated in different ways, in medicated and non-medicated ways. The method will also depend on whether the pain is acute or chronic.

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Sir, I am 26 years old lady. I have bipolar disorder. I want to know more about this ?

M.D,Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Amritsar
Bipolar disorder is a lengthy topic. It is associated with both depressionand mania alternately or two or more manic episodes. There is disturbance of mood, sleep, appetite.

Hi doc, I am 17 years old. I had depression for 3 years but now it's in balance. I also have social anxiety I have had it all my life because of this I cannot go outside and do simple tasks. I don't like to talk to people and even I if do wanna talk with somebody I can't because of my anxiety. Also I feel like I am in a dream I don't feel like I am living and when I go outside this feeling increases. I feel like it's gonna ruin my future and my career. My family notices that I cannot socialize or go outside and they say I cannot do anything in my life like that. I feel like a burden. I feel like it's bringing my depression back. I want to treat my social anxiety medication worked only for a while. Now I don't want to take medication. Should I get therapy? I have heard it's working for other people.

Masters in clinical psychology
Psychologist, Mumbai
Hi doc, I am 17 years old. I had depression for 3 years but now it's in balance. I also have social anxiety I have ha...
Hi Lybrate user, I can understand your concern and I suggest you to continue your medications till your doctor asks you to do so. Also going for therapy will help you to manage your anxiety and socialise with people. Meanwhile, I suggest you to try going out for social gathering (it's ok if you don't interact with others in the beginning) while you are out, try being with someone you trust. Once you feel little confident, try speaking to one person you don't know. Take your trust ones help. Gradually increase the number of people you meet. Do it atleast twice a week. This will help you to build your confidence and face your anxiety. Ignore what people tell you and believe yourself. Little dedication and patience will help.
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My body is very paining and mind is also pain I take more medicines but not effective anyone I request you please you help me.

DNB (PSYCHIATRY), DPM, MBBS,
Psychiatrist, Gurgaon
My body is very paining and mind is also pain I  take more medicines but not effective anyone I request you please yo...
Lybrate-user, all physical problems have a psychological impact and vice versa. It required thorough clinical and physical work up. Please visit a psychiatrist and I am sure you will be helped.

I am addicted to taking drugs like weed, hash,smack. I want to detox but I am not able to control my self when I was not taking it there was a pain in mah whole Bone's joints specially in spinal chord and stomach please doctor help me to detox my self please.

MA Clinical Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Diploma in Hypnotherapy, Diploma in Naturopathy & Yogic Science (DNYS), Certificate in Naturopathy & Yoga
Psychologist, Nagpur
Dear Lybrate user When you are addicted to something (substance abuse) your body also gets addicted and when you try to suddenly terminate your addiction your body shows the cravings in the form of withdrawal symptoms. Your body does not want any changes even if it is for your betterment and it resists such changes. Every addiction has a cause and until and unless that causes is not treated you will not get rid of the addiction. So by psychotherapy and clinical hypnotherapy we find the causes and treat them and also break the association of the substance and your body so that it does not show withdraw symptoms like pain in your case. Many people have gotten rid of their addictions at Bhati Mind Care. You can contact me for more information regarding this.
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What is different in clinical psychologist and psychologist in treatment of mental disorder?

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
What is different in clinical psychologist and psychologist in treatment of mental disorder?
Dear user. Thanks for the question. In a sense, clinical psychologist and psychologist are basically psychologists. Clinical psychologists undergoes special training in psychiatric disorders and psychotherapy procedures during their MPhil course. In India, only RCI approved MPhil completed psychologists can use the term clinical psychologist. Psychologists are academicians who have knowledge about psychology. Many psychologists are now into counseling and psychotherapy treatment, but they do not have the approval of RCI therefore, they are not full fledged therapists. Take care.
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Hello Doctor I am upset with my anger. Mujhe bhot jaldi gussa aata h aur Mai react kar jati hun jo nhi bolna chahiye wo nikalta hai muh se anab sanab Baad me bura feel hota h ye kyun boli bhot guilt feel hota h aur mera ye problem mere relations ko affect kar rha log dur ja rhe. please help me Doctor plz.

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Mphil in Medical Psychology, PG Dip Edu Counselling , Certificate in Nutrition & Mental health, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Psychologist, Trivandrum
There are anger management strategies whic h you can undergo to control your anger. For e.g.instead of not getting angry you can learn how to reduce harm or express anger within limit by setting l8mits. Also substitute with some other activity like walking out or beating on a boxing bag. Practices like yoga and meditation will also help. Bye.

I am a diabetic and on regular medication. My age is 43. I used to regular walking for 1 hour in morning and evening but I have the habit of taking alcohol regularly. Please advice.

CDIABT, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Mumbai
I am a diabetic and on regular medication. My age is 43. I used to regular walking for 1 hour in morning and evening ...
You should not take more than 2 peg a day for not more than 2 days a week. If you take alcohol as advised than it will not harm you. Always ear some snacks along with alcohol because having only alcohol increase the chance of low blood sugar.
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Hi some time specially when im tensed or depressed I feel like I wanna to cry. And I dnt know the reason y im so sad. Is this kind of psychological disorder or it is normal And I dnt sleep properly I have too much of dreams specially sad ones What should I do to have sound sleep.

MA - Clinical Psychology, P.G. Diploma in Guidance and Counseling, BA In Psychology
Psychologist, Mumbai
Hi some time specially when im tensed or depressed I feel like I wanna to cry. And I dnt know the reason y im so sad....
Try voice notes for sound sleep. Start meditation. Avoid using cell phone before going to sleep atleast an hour before. Read books. Crying in not bad but without reason is worry some. Need to know more details about you so I can able to help you in better way.
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Are you Dating an Emotional Manipulator? Warning Signs to Watch out For!

Post Graduate Diploma in Pyschology
Psychologist, Noida
Are you Dating an Emotional Manipulator? Warning Signs to Watch out For!

Have you noticed yourself feeling diminished consistently? Do you find yourself apologizing to your partner even despite being on the receiving end of your lover’s bad behavior? Have you been feeling that your partner takes you for granted and also takes advantage of you? If the answer of the these questions is a ‘YES’ then it establishes that you are dating an emotional manipulator.

Being in a relationship with an emotional manipulator may not only scar you emotionally but also cause severe damage to you in the long run. Here are some warning signs to watch out for:

1. Your partner diminishes your feelings: Emotional manipulators are selfish people and are concerned solely about themselves and their desires. They do not care about your feelings and when you try to share some grief or feelings, they may turn you down by saying you are stupid or are over-reacting. Sometimes, their manipulative nature makes you think that they are right. An emotional manipulator also does not apologize and blames you for something, which is actually their fault.

2. Your partner often lets you down: If you get insulted, embarrassed or are made fun of by your partner frequently, especially in public, he or she is likely to be an emotional manipulator. The person is likely to prey on all your insecurities. You may be made fun of in front of your family and friends, by your partner, which crosses the limit of joking. Even if you convey that you are hurt by these actions, they do not change.

3. Your partner blames you for their bad behavior: An emotional manipulator will never take the blame or responsibility of their bad deeds. Instead, they will try to put the entire blame on you with lame justifications. If your partner is an emotional manipulator, it is likely that he or she would ask you over and over about your feelings.

4. Your partner does not explain themselves: Emotional manipulators are likely to hold back their issues and do not bother to explain their actions. Actually, such people do not intend to connect emotionally with you. They will try to impose themselves upon you and feel that they are superior than you. Such people get angry very easily if you cannot manage time for them.

5. Your partner changes ways only after extremities: Emotional manipulators do not care about your feelings and when you are fed up and want to leave, they start overreacting and promise to make positive changes. However, after a while they regain their previous attitude.


The above signs indicate that your partner is an emotional manipulator. If you experience these signs, the best decision is to leave your partner and move on. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a psychologist.

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