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Dr. Nikhil Kanase

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry

Psychiatrist, Pune

8 Years Experience  ·  0 - 500 at clinic
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Dr. Nikhil Kanase is a renowned Psychiatrist in Junnar, Pune. He has helped numerous patients in his 8 years of experience as a Psychiatrist. He is a MBBS, MD - Psychiatry . You can consult Dr. Nikhil Kanase at Shanti Nursing Home in Junnar, Pune. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Nikhil Kanase on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - DY Patil Medical College, Kollaphur - 2010
MD - Psychiatry - DY Patil Medical College, Kollaphur - 2014
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Indian Medical Association (IMA)

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Mirror Therapy for Paralytic Patients

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
Mirror Therapy for Paralytic Patients

Even after an amputation, many patients claim to feel chronic pain in the amputated limb. This is known as phantom limb pain. It may also be experienced by paralytic patients or patients who have suffered from a stroke that has left then with a restricted range of possible movements. This pain can affect a person's daily life by making simple activities like walking, eating, dressing etc difficult. Mirror therapy is an effective way of treating phantom limb pain. It uses a mirror to manipulates the visual feedback sent to the brain and trick the mind into believing that the affected limb can move without pain and hence.

Mirror therapy was first developed by Vilayanur S. Ramachandran. This therapy is based on the hypothesis that even though a limb has been amputated or is paralyzed, the brain still receives sensory feedback from it whenever the patient tries to move the affected limb. This feedback becomes ingrained. Mirror therapy was developed as way to retrain the mind and eliminate this learned process.

To undergo mirror therapy, a patient must sit at a table with a box that has a mirror on one side. The affected limb or stump is placed inside the box in such as way that it is not visible and the other hand is placed on the table opposite the mirror. Visually, the reflection of the active hand on the table takes the place of the inactive one inside the box. The patient is then instructed to move the active hand.

In cases of amputated limbs, the patient's pain is triggered by feeling that the phantom limb is stuck in an uncomfortable position and cannot be moved. By the artificial visual feedback of seeing the hand and its reflection move comfortably, the brain is tricked into believing that the phantom limb is also moving. This helps ease the pain. In cases of paralyzed limbs, this can also help regain movement.

Mirror therapy can be practiced at home and usually does not require a therapist's intervention. To benefit from it, a patient must find a quiet secluded part of the house where he or she will not be disturbed. Unlike other forms of therapy, mirror therapy should be practiced for not more than five minutes at a time. However, the patient may do this as many times as he likes during the day. As this is a non invasive procedure, there are no side effects to this kind of therapy.

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Sir I have problem regarding my stomach pain if I eating potato And also suffering from fever in week to week And many time my body is pain hard.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
Sir I have problem regarding my stomach pain if I eating potato
And also suffering from fever in week to week
And man...
1. Take bland diet, Avoid foods which cause acidity like spicy, oily, fatty and junk foods, onion, garlic, citrus fruit like orange grape, lemon, tomato, cucumber, raddish, vinegar, pickle etc 2. Have proper Breakfast, Don’t skip or postpone your meal, Take home made food, Avoid food and water from outside, 3. Eat food slowly, don’t rush, take smaller meals at frequent intervals like 5-6 meals per day, and don't overeat. Limit fluid intake during meal4. Drink plenty of water (8-10 glass daily). Take your meal regularly and timely. Avoid fasting, Don’t skip your breakfast. 5. Stop smoking, consumption of alcohol and tobacco, excess tea or coffee, carbonated drinks if you are having,6. Avoid stress, have adequate rest, sleep for 7-8 hours daily in night, go for regular exercise, practice yoga/meditation 7. Take one tablet of pan40 in the morning before breakfast daily for few days. 8. Consult physicianfor further advice For frequent fever, do blood examination like ESR, CBC, Widal/ Typhidot test, Blood for mp/malaria antigen, Dengue antigen (NS1) test, urine Re/Me, x ray chest after consulting physician and follow the advice and treatment.
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Is consuming beer good for health, if at all its good then alcoholic beer or non alcoholic we have consume?

BDS, Certification in hypnotherapy, Certification in N.L.P, Certification in Gene and behavior, Psychology at Work
Psychologist, Gurgaon
Is consuming beer good for health, if at all its good then alcoholic beer or non alcoholic we have consume?
There is no black or white, good or bad in the food/drinks we consume. We are so obsessed by trying to incorporate good in our lifestyle. Beer is a good diuretic, so it may help in flushing out in urine infections and kidney stones but obviously it is an insult to liver and reduces the ph of our system making it more acidic. Though much less than the hard liquor. Drink beer for'high" and not for health:) do.
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I have no more money. I belongs to poor family. I am psychology student, so I know ki thoda sa v gussa ya tension, depression ye sb bimari ek bada rup le leti hai. Me bhi adhiktar mentally disturb rhti hu. please help me.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology, MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy, PG diploma in child guidance and family therapy
Psychologist, Delhi
Do not do anything. Relax. And just try to understand what I am trying to say below. Really try to understand. Just try to understand. You think you are depressed, suffering from anxiety and hence you keep getting negative thoughts: "I have low self esteem" "I will not be able to understand it" "I hate studying" "I do not have inner piece" Right? OK, let me say that again. You first think you are 'depressed' 'suffering from anxiety' and 'hence you keep getting negative thoughts' So when those negative thoughts increase. Like "I have low self esteem" "I will not be able to understand it" "I hate studying" "I do not have inner peace" you 'permit' them to hang around. Because they are 'justified'you are depressed after all "So no wonder such thoughts will come. This is not a 'mistake' you are committing. This is what's happening. That's how the process works. Negative thoughts come, often without any rhyme or reason. Most often we ignore them like we would ignore street noise while speaking on the phone. But at one point, we decide to dwell on them. We pay attention to them. Give them our energy. They gain power. Then we also decide that this must be a permanent "condition" If you are well read, then you might even give it a name like 'depression' and a cause like 'low self esteem' We assume that we feel and then think. But here's the surprise. It's the other way round. We feel our thinking. Two people see the same person and get different feelings. Because their thoughts about that person, or that circumstance are different. Maybe the thoughts come unconsciously. But they do come. And then we feel. We are not feeling other people or circumstances. We are feeling our thoughts about those people or circumstances. Let the line above sink in. It's not a theory. It's the truth. Now why are the thoughts different? Why do they become negative? Why positive? Who knows? Even if you do know ("when you were 4 years old, your Mom said .which left a trauma on you. Due to which you started doing .in school. Which was then reinforced and became part of your conditioning.) what's the use? You will find the SOURCE of your negative thoughts and might feel 'justified'but that will not make the thought go away. Plus there is no ONE way how the negative or positive thoughts come - which you will then "control" They keep arising like a radio playing in the background. You cannot decide which songs will play. But you do decide which songs to pay attention to. Sometimes the song is really irritating and nasty. Just cannot get it out of your head. But you do not diagnose yourself with a condition like "songression" and decide to listen to other songs etc. If you do that, the more you try, more the song will stick. We intuitively understand that. So we simply ignore the song, hard though it may be. We refuse to give them more energy. We know that's the only way. We know that's the natural way. So we cannot control which thoughts will arise. But we control which thoughts we choose to DWELL on. And then we will get the equivalent feelings. You dwell longer. Feelings stay longer. Then you think the feelings are real. No they are simply the result of the thoughts you chose to dwell on. Now you might think that this is all a load of BS. So tomorrow when you will again get some unwanted, useless, undesired, negative thoughts, you might choose to dwell on them. Cool! You might think that 'ignoring' will work only for 'trivial' cases, and that your's is a very serious case. That these thoughts cannot be ignored. So you will dwell on them. Cool! Or you might choose to ignore them. Cool! Or you might want to visit a psychiatrist and pop some pills and then choose to ignore them, because you think 'now you can ignore them' Or you might want to undergo some therapy. And then 'think' that that 'they are losing power' and hence you 'can now ignore them' and then choose to ignore them. Whatever your diagnosis or 'solution' is, the cure will be when the thoughts some come. And you choose to ignore them. See that you are not dealing with 'depression' You are simply always dealing with 'thoughts' that are depressing. RIGHT NOW. From moment to moment. And continuously making the choice. RIGHT NOW. To dwell on them. From moment to moment. Next time they come, you always have the freedom to ask: "Do I want to dwell on them? You cannot control the initiation of the loop, but you can decide when to break it. Note 1: This answer might be controversial, and I might get comments that 'depression' is a physical condition. It absolutely is. Like blushing causes blood to rush to your face. Mental conditions can manifest physically and vice versa. The point is no matter how old the physical condition, the thoughts are still being generated in the moment. You are free to ignore the negative thoughts or think that you cannot. I have no power to stop you. Whatever you choose to think, you will experience exactly that. Note 2: Ignoring negative thoughts should not be confused with 'denial' Denial is when you refuse to accept that you are getting negative thoughts, and the subsequent negative feelings. To pretend that everything is hunky dory. You are actually giving energy by labelling them as 'negative' being afraid enough to have to 'deny their existence' and then concoct some positive thoughts in order to justify that denial or use some 'technique' etc etc etc. That's a lot of invested energy! You then make the problem worse. I am saying that the negative thoughts will pop up sometimes, and they will cause negative feelings too. Nothing to resist. But if you want to, you can choose to simply ignore them. That's all. Just read this and implement in your life. Thank you all the best.
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I have ocd repeated order and irritating noise also irritating me suggest best treatment remedy.

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
Psychologist, Palakkad
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common mental health problem. Symptoms typically include recurring thoughts and repetitive actions in response to the recurring thoughts. A common example is recurring thoughts about germs and dirt, with a need to wash your hands repeatedly to "clean off the germs" However, there are many other examples like sexual thoughts, counting, checking, orderliness, etc. The usual treatments are cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant medicine, or both. Treatment often works well to reduce the symptoms and distress of OCD greatly. All the best.
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I keep forgetting small small things . I have very short term memory . Is it because of my sleep cycle ?

MSC Human Development , Hypnotherapy , Special Educator , ms- counselling and physiotherapy, Applied psychology Hons
Psychologist, Faridabad
You don't explain here what is your sleep cycle. Starts morning walk and join any type of exercise try some brain games available online and consult with a psychologist also. Don't waste your time because this time is very precious for you. Be positive always every thing will be fine soon.
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My son, 22 years, he complains about sleeplessness, anxiety, irritable heart and stomach, less appetite, excess fatigue and concentration problem. Kindly give me right suggestion.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
My son, 22 years, he complains about sleeplessness, anxiety, irritable heart and stomach, less appetite, excess fatig...
It is likely your son is having depression and anxiety. I suggest you take him to a psychiatrist at the earliest so that his problems don't worsen. In the meanwhile, be supportive towards him and let him know that you will help him out with whatever problems he may be having.
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I have problem of concentration, I can not concentrate on anything more than 5 minutes, Interest doesn't come for doing work. When someone try to advice me I become fear in my mind & don't do work due to fear. Fear of failure comes within my mind.

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
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear, You must be able to understand Concentration, attention span, recollection and distraction. If you are able to watch a movie for two hours continuously, if you are able to play a game for an hour, then you do not have any concentration problems. You can't be attentive towards your studies because you are not interested in it. You are able to watch movie and play game because you are interested in it. Human cannot be attentive towards anything for more than 10 minutes. Then you should study in such a way that your attention is continued and make the subjects are interesting to you. Effective learning techniques should help you. Recollection depends on anxiety, stress and other physical and circumstantial factors. Distractions while studying are plentiful. You should be able to overcome distractions or avoid distractions. Please understand the above. Change your study style and attitude accordingly. Please post a private question to me and I will help you with "effective learning" techniques. Avocados, Beetroots, Blueberries, Broccoli. Celery, Coconut Oil, Dark Chocolate etc are good for improving concentration. Take care.
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I want to find out if I got depression and/or anxiety. Reply as soon as possible.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I want to find out if I got depression and/or anxiety. Reply as soon as possible.
Loss of interest, decreased concentration and attention, feeling low and disturbed sleep or appetite are some of the signs of depression. Consult a psychiatrist who will assess you in detail. If you are feeling suicidal or hopeless, seek professional help immediately.
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