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Dr. Suyog Doshi

Neurologist, Pune

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Dr. Suyog Doshi is a trusted Neurologist in Hadapsar, Pune. He is currently practising at Mohintara Hospital in Hadapsar, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Suyog Doshi on Lybrate.com.

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What are the symptoms of migraine head ache? What are the remedies of migraine head ache? How to avoid migraine head ache? It's comes once in a week? Is it cause some other affect?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Some symptoms may include: feeling dizzy or faint. increased sensitivity to light and sound. nausea. pain on one side of the head. pulsing and/or throbbing pain. vomiting. Treatment is specific migraine drug , form the triptan class of drug
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I am having a terrible migraine since 3-4 days. Please suggest me the medical advice.

MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Take tablet brufen twice daily with tablet rantac empty stomach for 3 days. If symptoms persist take rizatriptan sos only once in 24 hrs period not more than that. To reduce the frequency and duration of pain take tablet beta cap plus once daily night time for 3 months.
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Hi. I am 61 years old. and I have recently started feeling numbness in my legs when I walk. What may be the reason? please help. I m a male.

Dip. SICOT (Belgium), MNAMS, DNB (Orthopedics), MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
Hi thanks for your query and welcome to lybrate. I am Dr. Akshay from fortis hospital, new delhi. Numbness in general can be due to: - compression in nerves at the level of spine - vascular cause but that is normally associated with severe pain - underlying systemic diseases like diabetes or any affliction which can cause a neuropathy but common cause at your age is spine. So elaborate your back pain, leg pain, numbness in legs, paresthesias in legs etc also please tell me how much distance can you walk before you start feeling these symptoms? have you got x rays and mri of your lower back done? do not hesitate to contact me if you need any further assistance.
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Too much stress can convert into brain migraine or brain tumor? I am taking too much stress headache from 2 months taking medicines but I am not recovering there is any chance then how much time it could be convert?

MBBS, MD Psychiatry, DNB Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Nagpur
Too much stress can convert into brain migraine or brain tumor? I am taking too much stress headache from 2 months ta...
Stress does not lead to causing brain tumour at all. It may precipitate episodes of headache in a patient of migraine. If you are already on medications for stress and not finding relief, you may end adjustment of doses or a change in ongoing medications. Consult your traveling psychiatrist for that. In case of any further queries or assistance you may contact me online.
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My wife is suffering from the seizure problem and we had done some medical checkups of her MRI and EEG which were suggested by the doctor and the reports were normal after the reports of checkup doctor prescribed medicine for her levipil750 mg, she is taking regularly from February till now but she is not having any kind of relief. Please help me we will be so glad to you Thanks.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma in Naturopathy & Yoga - NDDY
Ayurveda, Ahmedabad
There are some of the very effective ayurveda compound like brahmi ghrita, kalyanak ghrita, tagat-jataamansi powders etc. Shirodhara procedure is also very effective. Apart from medicines, try meditation and pranayama never discontinue your physician's medicines before his advice take care.
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I have headache problem. Want to know the symptoms of migraine. Would you please help me of this.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Hi, The symptoms of migraine are constant headache either partial or complete associated with vomitting, eye pain, irritible mood, nausea and loss of appetite.
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I want to know about Parkinson's disease in detail. What is the cure. I am suffering with the disease. Kindly guide.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
I want to know about Parkinson's disease in detail. What is the cure. I am suffering with the disease. Kindly guide.
Hello, it's a disease of central nervous system, it comes gradually, affecting the movement of limbs, disobeying the will, due to an unknown reason, go for meditation, yoga to strengthen neurons of brain as well as to nourish the whole body including d affected limbs of d nody. Tk, apples, carrots, fish, eggs, almonds, walnuts, spinach, milk. Cinnamon. Tk, easily digestible, diet on time. Homoeopathy, can make d difference, depending upon the age of the patient. There are certain homoeo medicines, useful in parkinson diseases. Arnica, gelsemium, hypericum, ignatia, causticum, sang nit, spigelia, glonine. Tk, care.
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What Is Insomnia?

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS
General Surgeon, Mumbai
What Is Insomnia?

Polysomnography – polysomnography is a test that usually lasts all night and that is done in a sleep lab. During the test, monitors are attached to your body to record movement, brain activity, breathing, and other body functions.

Actigraphy – actigraphy records activity and movement with a monitor or motion detector that is usually worn on the wrist. The test is done at home, over several days and nights. It will record how much you actually sleep and when.

What can I do to improve my insomnia? — you can follow good" sleep hygiene" that means that you:

●sleep only long enough to feel rested and then get out of bed

●go to bed and get up at the same time every day

●do not try to force yourself to sleep. If you can't sleep, get out of bed and try again later.

●have coffee, tea, and other foods that have caffeine only in the morning

●avoid alcohol in the late afternoon, evening, and bedtime

●avoid smoking, especially in the evening

●keep your bedroom dark, cool, quiet, and free of reminders of work or other things that cause you stress

●solve problems you have before you go to bed

●exercise several days a week, but not right before bed

●avoid looking at phones or reading devices (" e-books") that give off light before bed. This can make it harder to fall asleep.

Other things that can improve sleep include:

●relaxation therapy, in which you focus on relaxing all the muscles in your body 1 by 1

●working with a counselor or psychologist to deal with the problems that might be causing poor sleep

Should I see a doctor or nurse? — yes. If you have insomnia, and it is troubling you, see your doctor or nurse. He or she might have suggestions on how to fix the problem.

Are there medicines to help me sleep? — yes, there are medicines to help with sleep. But you should try them only after you try the techniques described above. You also should not use sleep medicines every night for long periods of time. Otherwise, you can become dependent on them for sleep.

Insomnia is sometimes caused by mental health problems, such as depression or anxiety. If that's the case for you, you might benefit from an antidepressant rather than a sleep aid. Antidepressants often improve sleep and can help with other worries, too.

Can I use alcohol to help me sleep? — no, do not use alcohol as a sleep aid. Even though alcohol makes you sleepy at first, it disrupts sleep later in the night.

 What is insomnia? — insomnia is a problem with sleep. People with insomnia have trouble falling or staying asleep, or they do not feel rested when they wake up. Insomnia is not about the number of hours of sleep a person gets. Everyone needs a different amount of sleep.

What are the symptoms of insomnia? — people with insomnia often:

●have trouble falling or staying asleep

●feel tired or sleepy during the day

●forget things or have trouble thinking clearly

●get cranky, anxious, irritable, or depressed

●have less energy or interest in doing things

●make mistakes or get into accidents more often than normal

●worry about their lack of sleep

These symptoms can be so bad that they affect a person's relationships or work life. Plus, they can happen even in people who seem to be sleeping enough hours.

Are there tests I should have? — probably not. Most people with insomnia need no tests. Your doctor or nurse will probably be able to tell what is wrong just by talking to you. He or she might also ask you to keep a daily log for 1 to 2 weeks, where you keep track of how you sleep each night.

In some cases, people do need special sleep tests, such as" polysomnography" or" actigraphy"

●polysomnography – polysomnography is a test that usually lasts all night and that is done in a sleep lab. During the test, monitors are attached to your body to record movement, brain activity, breathing, and other body functions.

●actigraphy – actigraphy records activity and movement with a monitor or motion detector that is usually worn on the wrist. The test is done at home, over several days and nights. It will record how much you actually sleep and when.

What can I do to improve my insomnia? — you can follow good" sleep hygiene" that means that you:

●sleep only long enough to feel rested and then get out of bed

●go to bed and get up at the same time every day

●do not try to force yourself to sleep. If you can't sleep, get out of bed and try again later.

●have coffee, tea, and other foods that have caffeine only in the morning

●avoid alcohol in the late afternoon, evening, and bedtime

●avoid smoking, especially in the evening

●keep your bedroom dark, cool, quiet, and free of reminders of work or other things that cause you stress

●solve problems you have before you go to bed

●exercise several days a week, but not right before bed

●avoid looking at phones or reading devices (" e-books") that give off light before bed. This can make it harder to fall asleep.

Other things that can improve sleep include:

●relaxation therapy, in which you focus on relaxing all the muscles in your body 1 by 1

●working with a counselor or psychologist to deal with the problems that might be causing poor sleep

Should I see a doctor or nurse? — yes. If you have insomnia, and it is troubling you, see your doctor or nurse. He or she might have suggestions on how to fix the problem.

Are there medicines to help me sleep? — yes, there are medicines to help with sleep. But you should try them only after you try the techniques described above. You also should not use sleep medicines every night for long periods of time. Otherwise, you can become dependent on them for sleep.

Insomnia is sometimes caused by mental health problems, such as depression or anxiety. If that's the case for you, you might benefit from an antidepressant rather than a sleep aid. Antidepressants often improve sleep and can help with other worries, too.

Can I use alcohol to help me sleep? — no, do not use alcohol as a sleep aid. Even though alcohol makes you sleepy at first, it disrupts sleep later in the night.

 

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My sister age is about 55 years. She has got problem in morning hand shivering, weakness. We had done almost all test. All are normal had b12 injection. Take all medicine. But its not after few hours in morning it will all right. Now what to do.

Master in Psychology, MD - Ayurveda, Dems, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
No need to worry Mr. Paresh, just ask your sister to avoid fried oily and junk food. Avoid aerated drinks. Take proper sleep. Do pranayama in the morning for half an hour. Take tab, neurobion forte once a day. Apply n massage mahanarayan tail on both upper limbs for fifteen minutes every alternate day in the morning.
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