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Dr. Seema Shah  - Psychiatrist, Pune

Dr. Seema Shah

Psychiatrist, Pune

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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Dr. Seema Shah is an experienced Psychiatrist in Fatima Nagar, Pune. She is currently practising at Dr. Seema Shah@Inamdar Multispeciality Hospital in Fatima Nagar, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Seema Shah and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I feel like in the middle of nowhere. I could not get into a reputed engg college because I got less marks than the cut off score. My parents always taunt of my decisions I have taken in my past resulting today's unhappiness. I feel suffocated with aspirations and desires of my parents. Feeling I am good for nothing!

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
I feel like in the middle of nowhere. I could not get into a reputed engg college because I got less marks than the c...
Dear , you don't have to worry much. You are not alone. Many students of your age are like you. There is reason. Youngsters are not guided properly by their parents, teacher or elders. Youngsters are also not mature enough to select a career option. You should approach a career guide or counselor and your problem could be solved. You may ask a detailed private question to me and I will help you. Take care.
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Have smoked marijuana for almost 4 years. Quit 15 days ago because of a panic attack. Still get severe anxiety whenever I go outside and dizinnes when home. Currently on 25mg fluvoxamine and etilaam s10 - 0.5 10mg escitalopram. Please advice. How long will these symptoms last?

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
Have smoked marijuana for almost 4 years. Quit 15 days ago because of a panic attack. Still get severe anxiety whenev...
Dear lybrate-user, welcome to lybrate. Drug induced anxiety disorder treatment consists of cognitive behavioral therapy, life style changes, relaxation therapy and meditation. Once you learn how to manage your anxiety yourself with the help of the above treatment methods, you will be cured and you can stop the medicines if any. The process could take some time according to the depth of the problem and the circumstances at which the patient lives. Take care.
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I am 28 year old guy, in 2013 when I was preparing for competition exam I was attacked by anxiety due to which it effects my sleep and I was consuming libo tyrp 10 mg. Doctor advised me for this you have to quit your drinking habits as it rise the anxiety problem. However from 2016 jan I suddenly realize that I no more want medicine now as I can sleep without it. My question is though I am not taking any medicine for 6 months and my sleeping problem is also recovering. But sometimes when I drink than next day I feel restless or become uneasy . Should I quit drinking forever , and is my anxiety problem is finished.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am 28 year old guy, in 2013 when I was preparing for competition exam I was attacked by anxiety due to which it eff...
Dear lybrate user, I think you need to find out what is causing this anxiety. It is not about appearing for competitive exam, it is probably fear of failure or not living upto the expectations; that is causing this anxiety. Please understand your strengths and skills. Have faith in yourself. I think this anxiety is caused because you consider yourself weak to face any challenge in life. It appears that you are trying to take help either from the medicines or from your drinks. Both are not advisable. Both these habits have their own side effects which will harm your body and your future as well. Behaviour therapy will help you to get rid of your anxiety and drinking. Please consult a counsellor. Take care.
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I am a 20 year old girl. I am suffering with unexpected mood swings, loss of appetite, feels pukish most of the time, fear, anxiety, irregular and restless sleeping hours, prefer to stay alone all the time. Am I suffering from depression?

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I am a 20 year old girl. I am suffering with unexpected mood swings, loss of appetite, feels pukish most of the time,...
Seems like you are suffering from anxiety. Check with a psychiatrist for medication. It's time to get into the relaxation technique. Remember, you need to commit to it for it to work, and you can't expect huge changes right away. It takes some time for these to become natural, and you need to do it every day so that it starts to become part of your lifestyle, not just something you're doing in a panic. This relaxation technique is actually a combination of several techniques, taking the best of each to help create one effective strategy. It takes advantage of progressive relaxation, which involves calming each muscle group one at a time by concentrating on a feeling. It starts with the following steps: close your eyes start by breathing calmly. Breathe in slow and deep with your eyes closed, using your entire diaphragm. You want to fill your stomach first and your chest second, and you want to breath slowly both in and out. At the peak of your breath (when you have filled up your lungs), hold for a few seconds before you exhale. Breathe in through your nose and breathe out through pursed lips, almost like you're whistling. It's a good idea to practice this type of breathing for a while to get used to it before moving onward. Once you feel your breathing is under control, move forward. Count backwards slowly count backwards from five to one. You can do this in your mind, or you can do this out loud. Start over every time you reach one. Remember, slow, measured breathing is important. If you count slowly, you'll be able to breathe at a better pace. Repeat this until you feel your mind focus less on your stressful thoughts. Focus on your body try to concentrate on the way your body feels. Notice the areas of your body that are tense and relax them. You should feel yourself slumping in your chair. You should feel your muscles let go of your legs. Every muscle in your body should be let go, almost as if your entire body has gone limp and boneless and is now just a puddle of skin. If it helps, try to imagine yourself feeling heavy, warm, and tingly. You want yourself to feel heavy, as though your tense muscles are no longer holding you up. Remember to also relax your face and eyes. You may even want to relax your jaw. It's okay if it opens slightly. Turn off each muscle the best way to do the above step is to turn off each muscle one at a time. Start with your right foot. Relax it by imagining it feeling heavy and weak. Then move to your left foot. Then your right leg. Then your left leg. Keep moving your way up until you've reached your face. Then go through it one more round, and make sure that each and every muscle feels turned off. Start visualizing your next step is to try to mentally transport yourself somewhere truly relaxing. Remember, your eyes should be closed throughout this whole process. Visualize yourself on a relaxing beach, or a pretty park. Try to imagine this place with all of your senses. Focus on the details. What does each flower smell like? what noises are you hearing? envelop yourself in this location. Don't forget to continue your slow and measured breathing. Wipe negative thoughts away when you do have a negative thought or some type of stressor enter into your imagination, visualize it turning into some type of object, and then have some relaxing thing take it away. For example, a stressful boss could be lifted up and taken away by a dove until it's gone. Then go back to imagining all of the relaxing world around you. Start positive affirmations now that you're in a relaxing place, start giving yourself positive affirmations or suggestions. These are often the part that feels the most awkward to those new to the technique. But the goal is to make sure that you're thinking about and listening to positive things. It distracts your mind from the negative and provides you with something happy that you can focus on. Examples of these positive suggestions include: I feel calm and serene. I am having a good day. I am a great person. I have and will have a pleasant attitude. I will cure my anxiety. I love my body. I love my life. I believe in myself. Continue this process until you can't focus on your negative thoughts anymore. Try to do it as long as possible, and any time stress or a negative thought enters, have it taken away and keep yourself transported into that new environment, breathing slowly.
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How can I build self control. How can I increase my concentration power and memorise things for a longer time? Please suggest me some natural ways.

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
Dear lybrate user. I can understand. Memory depends on understanding, retention and recollection. You need to understand perfectly so as to retain and recall. Creative learning methods will help you. Take care.
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Heart disease. Researchers have long suspected that the stressed-out, type A personality has a higher risk of high blood pressure and heart problems. .

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Heart disease. Researchers have long suspected that the stressed-out, type A personality has a higher risk of high bl...
Dear lybrateuser, -it is a fact that stress plays a vital role in bp & heart problems & a type a personality is at a higher risk of developing it -to avoid the same in future we have to take precaution in respect of our diet, exercise & stress management -avoid fried, processed, junk food, restrict salt, sugar, pickles, papad -do regular exercise like walking, jogging, cycling for 20-30 min per day, also do yoga, meditation, deep breathing for 5-10 min a day -read, listen to music, follow a hobby to reduce stress.
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Dear Sir, My brother age 35, BE , M.Tech anh he was pursuing PHD too. He is married and has 7 year old son too. Is mentally affected from last 4 years. He is not ready to take medical advise or treatment. His went to Dr. Batra. And he rarely takes medicine. Once in a week only. But he left his job, his anger is very high, keeps on fighting with everyone. Can you suggest us, how we should convince him for medical treatment. Or is there any NGOs who come to home and help us in this matter. Please advise. Regards

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
Dear, May be because of the PhD stress and other education and emotional stress triggered the anger in him. Before diagnosing him as having emotional disorder, please consult a psychological counselor, who identifies the problems behind his anger and should advise correct remedial measures. Take care.
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I felt sleepy and tired much time. I sleep 6 hours. I can't sleep more than this duration because I am a student and preparing for ESE so what can I do to feel active every time and also give some tips for increasing concentration power so that I understood things as I heard or in small time.

B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology, Ph. D - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I felt sleepy and tired much time. I sleep 6 hours. I can't sleep more than this duration because I am a student and ...
Six hours of sleep is good enough, if you're having a sound sleep. Some changes in your eating habits are a must. Eat small portions of food at small intervals. Add more of fresh fruits and salads to your diet. Have lots of water- it keeps your body hydrated and improves your blood circulation, therby keeping you alert. While studying read aloud whatever you are studying - explain the content to someone, or an imaginary friend- pretend to teach someone- your understanding will improve, so will your concentration and memory. Make points of the content. Revise more often. Before sleeping just repeat the points to yourself. Exercise, or play some outdoor sport everyday for at least 40-60 mins.
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I am 23 years male and I am feeling depression and anxiety I always feel some strange fear in me all the time surrounded by me which makes let me feel terrible, I want to add something year (s) back I wasn't like this no fear at all, all the time full of confidence now its different scenario for me. But the main issue since my childhood was, that when ever I used to talk someone I never used to pay attention and immediately ask the people I talk, what you said repeat, why am I like this? Always it used to make me feel I have to put some extra effort on my brain to hear and understand what they saying a bit laziness maybe and my mind always be like somewhere else and well this was something since child problem and now new problem which arising is I am very much feeling nervous when I respond to new people I reply in slow manner which they notice and think why am I replying like this? and my attention level is very low I am unable to focus what ever is said in my job for my training am afraid of such complications and memory weakness forgetting a lot and many more please help me I am very much worried.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am 23 years  male and I am feeling depression  and anxiety I always feel some strange fear in me all the time surro...
You are probably distracted by a lot of fantasizing that may have many influences. One is that you may be troubled about something that you may not have been aware about. Talk to your parents and see if they know of anything that might have contributed to some stress during your developmental years. The stress has already had an impact in you through the depression and the BP at such an early age. It is also possible that you have a short attention span because you could be very intelligent and the things around you are not stimulating enough to grab your attention adequately. Then the mind tends to wander and pay less attention to what people are saying. It could also be a defense against responding to people where you can justify yourself by not paying attention enough to give proper responses. In all this I have a serious suspicion that you may be very sensitive to rejection: that is, you are so afraid of people not liking you and therefore rejecting you, and that you would want to do everything possible to avoid it but will inadvertently set it up. This may happen because at some point in your life you may have experienced traumatic rejection and that has impressed itself so strongly in you that without your awareness you will be extra-careful to avoid it but yet set it up. If any or all of this is true you must meet with a counselor and sort these matters out. Your parents? help must be solicited to give a lot of input about your past but to also be the support you will need to sort it out. To deal with the rejection you must learn to accept yourself i.e. to love yourself unconditionally. Discuss this with your counselor and you will come through with flying colors. Don?t play any ?blame game? but focus on the fact that a likely problem has been identified and there are solutions to resolve the same.
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How can I stop smoking. Bcz of it I loss my weight. My body not respond good. I want to gain weight again. Can you please advice.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Faridabad
How can I stop smoking.  Bcz of it I loss my weight. My body not respond good. I want to gain weight again. Can you p...
For gaining weight first we hav to work on ur digestive system...Mix 1 teaspoon each of cinnamon, ginger and cumin powder with honey to make a paste. Take 1 teaspoon 3 times a day...Follow up after 1week...drink plenty of fluids..avoid constipation. whenever u feel urge to smoke...take nicorette chewing gum (2-3 times if needed)
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