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Dr. Subodh Kumar

CIP, RINPAS kanke

Psychiatrist, Ranchi

10 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic
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Dr. Subodh Kumar CIP, RINPAS kanke Psychiatrist, Ranchi
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them.
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He has had many happy patients in his 10 years of journey as a Psychiatrist. He has completed CIP, RINPAS kanke . Book an appointment online with Dr. Subodh Kumar and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Sir Muje bhulne ki bimari ho gyi h Ab m. Choti choti cheze bhool jata hu muje jaldi yad nh rheta h or let night nind aati h.

MBBS, cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
This may be due to concentration problem and can be solved by meditation and we have to go for certain blood test get following tests done and review with reports CBC Serum B12 Serum Calcium Serum Vitamin D3.
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My husband is 31 years old, he has a very stressful job, lately he is under lot of mental stress. And gets breathless quiet often. What could be the possible reason.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
My husband is 31 years old, he has a very stressful job, lately he is under lot of mental stress. And gets breathless...
Stress itself can manifest as disease like you said and he needs to practise stress control by meditation and yoga. Or he may need to take some tablets and you can ask me directly
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Hi am sumit jha from pune. Please answer me what is smoking effect And how to stop smoking please any idia for stop smoking.

MSC Psychotherapy & Counselling, CHt Hypnotherapy, MD Alternative Medicine, MBBS, Diploma in Public Health
Psychologist, Mumbai
Hi There is one technique called Urge Surfing to control the urge of smoking. Urges rarely last for very long. In fact, they almost never last for longer than about 30 minutes, if there is no opportunity to use. If there is no opportunity to use then there is no internal struggle. It is this internal struggle that feeds the cravings. Trying to fight cravings is like trying to block a waterfall. We end up being inundated. With the approach of mindfulness, we step aside and watch the water (cravings, impulses & urges) just go right past. Exercise: Reflecting on Urges Ask yourself whether there have been times when you could not give in to an urge when it presented. Did the urge pass? Most of us will have had past experiences of urges passing. This is an important strategy to identify, as it can greatly improve self-efficacy for riding out urges. The main message is that urges do not have to be acted upon. The Technique of Urge Surfing: Often people try to eliminate the urges by distraction or talking themselves out of them. This usually just feeds the urges and creates the illusion that they are interminable until you give in to them. Suppressing a thought feeling or sensation, including pain ultimately increases it. Rather than trying to distract from or argue with the unpleasant thoughts, feelings or urges, mindfulness simply makes the thoughts, feelings or urges less important. If we just let an urge be – non judgmentally – without feeding it or fighting it (Fighting it is just another way of feeding it anyway) then it will crest subside and pass. Of course they come back again but over a period of time. However each time you overcome a bout of cravings they become less intense and less frequent if we don’t feed the urges and if we don’t give in to them. If we have a slip and give into the impulse we will have increased urges for a while. However we can still apply urge surfing all over again. Urge surfing Practice Watch the breath. Don’t alter it. Let the breath breathe itself. Notice your thoughts. Without judging them, feeding them or fighting them gently bring your attention back to the breath Notice the craving experience as it affects the body. Focusing on one area where the urge is being felt and noticing what is occurring. Notice quality, position, boundaries & intensity of the sensation Notice how these change with the in-breath and out-breath Repeating the focusing process with each part of the body involved. Be curious about what occurs and notice changes over time. The key is replacing the fearful wish that craving will go away with interest in our experience. When we do this we notice the cravings change, crest and subside like waves in the ocean. In this way it becomes more manageable. This is not difficult, as there are many kinds of urges like urges to scratch, to move, to eat, to drink, to go to the toilet etc. When we reflect on this as it becomes clear that all adults including those who consider they have difficult to control repetitive problem behaviours, have the capacity to have urges come and go without acting on them. After all, unless we are physically ill we can all control our need to go to the toilet! What is important is that the sensation or thought of an urge is not one solid unchanging entity. The increased level of mindful awareness of these is capable of noticing how the urge has changed dramatically. Have faith in the process to practice urge surfing successfully. Urge surfing Practice Watch the breath. Don’t alter it. Let the breath breathe itself. Notice your thoughts. Without judging them, feeding them or fighting them gently bring your attention back to the breath Notice the craving experience as it affects the body. Focusing on one area where the urge is being felt and noticing what is occurring. Notice quality, position, boundaries & intensity of the sensation Notice how these change with the in-breath and out-breath Repeating the focusing process with each part of the body involved. Be curious about what occurs and notice changes over time. The key is replacing the fearful wish that craving will go away with interest in our experience. When we do this we notice the cravings change, crest and subside like waves in the ocean. In this way it becomes more manageable. This is not difficult, as there are many kinds of urges like urges to scratch, to move, to eat, to drink, to go to the toilet etc. When we reflect on this as it becomes clear that all adults including those who consider they have difficult to control repetitive problem behaviours, have the capacity to have urges come and go without acting on them. After all, unless we are physically ill we can all control our need to go to the toilet! What is important is that the sensation or thought of an urge is not one solid unchanging entity. The increased level of mindful awareness of these is capable of noticing how the urge has changed dramatically. Have faith in the process to practice urge surfing successfully. Hypnotherapy and Mindfulness techniques help in de-addiction.
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Hi I'm suffering from acute transient psychosis disorder, it started when I was in 7 th standard and I'm taking treatment from past 13 years currently taking divalporate 500 mg and quitapin 50 mg. Is there any cure for this disease. Mostly I had relapses in a gap of year. Now I'm 25 year old any suggestion for this will be appreciated.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Hi I'm suffering from acute transient psychosis disorder, it started when I was in 7 th standard and I'm taking treat...
Acute transient psychosis is diagnosed if the symptoms are less than 6 months only, when it exceeds it is schizophrenia. So kindly get your diagnosis re confirmed from the psychiatrist and follow his advice on treatment, you need to follow for many years, even life long. Make up your mind so that the thought of stopping medicines does not arise, and learn about social skills training and life style modification. All the best.
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I'm suffering from anxiety disorder. And taking pari cr plus for last 7-8 months. I'm doing pretty well, active in my work, doing all the things like exercise, yoga, outing, singing, fun times wd friends, taking good food too. But whenever Im going to stop the medicine I used to feel bad and down again and sensations come back again. I don't know what should I do. Want to stop taking it but can't make the way. please advice.

Fellow Observership, Certificate in Forensic Psychology, MD-Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Akola
I'm suffering from anxiety disorder. And taking pari cr plus for last 7-8 months. I'm doing pretty well, active in my...
Hello. Pari-CR plus a medicine having combination of paroxetine & Clonazepam. Of the two paroxetine is the main drug treating your Anxiety in long run & Clonazepam is supporting drug. Clonazepam is habit forming in long run & hence you feel bad/down when you abruptly discontinue this medicine. So first up you need to discuss your wish to stop medicines with your doctor. After that your doctor will gradually reduce dose of Clonazepam by separately prescribing paroxetine & Clonazepam. Once Clonazepam is successfully stopped without side effects, he/she will proceed to stopping paroxetine. In this way you can be medicines free & healthy too! Good luck.
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Sir, I am 38 years old male. I have psychiatric problem. I feel enjoy to give dirty words to any females.

B.H.M.S., Senior Homeopath Consultant
Homeopath, Delhi
Please take kali phos - 3x / 4 tabs twice a day for one week. Revert back after one week with feedback.
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My girlfriend had her last mc on 15th july onwards. On 23rd we engaged into foreplay where I rubbed my NAKED genital against hers. But she had her underwear on. I did not ejaculate. Today is 15th august and she still has not got her periods. We are extremely tensed. What could be the reason of not going the periods?

MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
My girlfriend had her last mc on 15th july onwards. On 23rd we engaged into foreplay where I rubbed my NAKED genital ...
variation in periods is quite normal. the delay may be due to stress or if she has put on a little weight or lost some in case she is having pcod. drinking lots of water and de stressing herself will do.
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My dad is having cervical decompression due to which he is having neurogenic bladder, severe constipation and catheter hard pain and many problems. Due to all this, he is now in depression. He tried to commit suicide. And now whole day, he is having pain of catheter and he is saying us about pain and talking of suicide. Whole day he says us to kill him. Neurosurgeon said operate for decompression is also important. Treatment for depression is going on-2 antidepressants (escitalopram and clonazepam $& venlor-xr) and one sleep medicine. What to do. Depression is not going. He is not talking about operate. He only talk about suicide. Age is 52. What to do? Your answer is important to us. Please explain.

SLE, Fellowship In Diabetology, Diploma In Psychology Mental Health And Illness, PLAB (MANCHESTOR, UK), FAGE, MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
My dad is having cervical decompression due to which he is having neurogenic bladder, severe constipation and cathete...
Thanks for your query. Death is something that is inevitable for all of us. But we have to remember that comitting suicide is not the end of our problems. We have to prepare for death just like we prepare for an evaluation. Encourage your father to focus on afterlife and how he can put efforts on being success ful in the consequences after death. Having good thoughts, reading good books, good helping behaviour towards self and others, trying to do as much good and trying to be as much good, even in small gestures creates a positive notion about life before death and after it. What he needs is counselling. For more details contact me in private section. Thanks.
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My skin is so oily. I always have pimples I take medicines and it disappears but again it comes as I leave medicines. I am really irritated kindly give me some suggestions so I can come over with this problem ?

MBBS, MD-Skin,VD & Leprosy, Hair Transplant Surgeon
Dermatologist, Mumbai
My skin is so oily. I always have pimples I take medicines and it disappears but again it comes as I leave medicines....
Recurrence is common with pimple since it can recur till 25 yrs of age. Continue with some maintenance treatment even if you dont have pimple to reduce pimples and oiliness
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Hi I am suffering from social anxiety disorder since long. My psychiatrist tried different combination of medicines but nothing worked notable. Finally, Bupron XL 300 and Panazep (25/0.5 mg) combination worked for me the most. I am taking this combination of these medicines since January 2015 and regularly since October 2015. Recently I gone through regular medical checkup and found elevated liver enzymes - Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST) and Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT), in my blood stream. I am diagnosed with no signs of Hepatitis (A/B/C), though a bit fatty liver and a small Kidney stone. I am a healthy person with no physical signs of any liver issue. I am developed little fat in my stomach in last couple of years but feel healthy. I don't drink, smoke and am pure vegetarian. I eat home-made healthy food mostly with balanced nutrition diet. I want to understand the possible causes behind my elevated liver enzymes and what could be the possible results of this situation? Is it happening due to my long-term usage of anti-anxiety medication. Do I need to stop my anti-anxiety medication? If I do so, I would be in big trouble as this will directly affect my social and working life. If this is necessary to stop medication, what are possible alternatives for me to control my social-anxiety? Please help and advise. I am worried as I have a family dependent on me only. Thanks in advance. Medicines: Bupron- Bupropion Hydrochloride Modified Release Tablets Panazep- Paroxetine Hydrochloride IP 25 mg + Clonazepam IP 0.5 mg Dosages: 1 Bupron + 1 Panazep daily in the morning with empty stomach before leaving to office Elevated Liver Enzymes: Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST or SGOT) as 169 U/L Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT or SGPT) as 113 U/L.

M. Sc Psychology, MS Psychotherapy and Counselling, Internship Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Greater Noida
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I am suffering from social anxiety disorder since long. My psychiatrist tried different combination of medicines b...
Hi, a psychiatrist will be able to answer your concerns with regard to the medicines aspect of your question. Liver enzymes can also be elevated when we have grade 1 fatty liver which can also happen due to lifestyle related issues such as sedentary lifestyle, stress, less exercise and weight gain. In view of your kidney stone, it would be nice to consult a general physician for the same. As far as Social Anxiety is concerned, it can also be addressed by counselling or therapy with a psychologist. Usually social anxiety arises due to over alertness to social cues from others such as 'what will people think about me' possible low self confidence or incorrect perceptions about self or others which starts impacting our functioning in daily life. While medications help to address the physiological aspect of anxiety related symptoms, counselling or therapy helps by addressing our thought processes and tackling the problem from its root cause and can empower you for life. Hope this helps. Take care.
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