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Anxiety - Symptom, Treatment And Causes

Types of anxiety disorders:

  • Panic disorder- People who have this condition usually have episodes of terror that suddenly strike without any warning. Other signs of panic disorders are feeling of choking, heart palpitations, chest pain, immense sweating and a feeling of going crazy.
  • Social anxiety disorder- This is also known as social phobia. It involves self-consciousness and overwhelming worry about everyday social situations. This worry includes a fear of behaving in a way which can cause embarrassment or social ridicule.
  • Specific phobias- This is characterised by episodes of fear of a certain situation or object such as flying or heights. This fear can prevent you from performing day to day activities.
  • Generalised anxiety disorder- This form of anxiety disorder is characterised by unrealistic and excessive tension and worry, even if there is nothing to worry about.

What causes anxiety disorders?

The exact cause of anxiety disorder is still unknown. According to scientists, anxiety disorders are not caused due to poor upbringing, a character flaw or personal weakness. This disorder is caused due to changes in the environment and excessive stress. Anxiety disorders can also be inherited from your family member. A child is more prone to developing anxiety if both or one parent has anxiety issues. Emotional trauma due to a significant event can also trigger anxiety disorders.

Treatment of anxiety disorders:

  • Medications- Drugs and medicines like anxiety- reducing drugs, low-dose antipsychotics, anticonvulsant and antidepressants can reduce the symptoms of anxiety.
  • Psychotherapy- Usually psychotherapy addresses the emotional response. In this process, a trained professional helps people by talking and understanding their disorder.
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy- This is a form of psychotherapy where the person is able to change and recognise behaviours and thought patterns which lead to troublesome feelings.
  • Lifestyle and Dietary Changes- For most people making changes in their diet and lifestyle can reduce symptoms of anxiety and stress.
  • Relaxation therapy- This is a very helpful and the most common therapy to deal with anxiety.
Can't be cured, but treatment helps Usually self diagnosable Lab test not required Chronic: can last for years or be lifelong Non communicable
Symptoms
Panic Fear Uneasiness Cold sweats Trouble falling asleep Heart palpitation Dry mouth

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Anxiety Disorder - 6 Signs To Look Out For!

DNB, Diploma In Psychological Medicine, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Anxiety Disorder - 6 Signs To Look Out For!

A right amount of anxiety is good to keep you progressing on your goals and life; when it gets too high, things go helter-skelter. It is normal to get anxious and stressed at times. However, when the stress starts affecting your lifestyle, it might be an anxiety disorder. The irony is, more often, you may not know when it exceeds the limits that your body and mind can bear.

Read on to know a few symptoms when your anxiety has turned into disorder.

  1. Worrying excessively: If you tend to worry about normal matters to such an extent that it overrules your life and are also experiencing tiredness, then it is a signal of undue stress. In short, if your emotions are causing a great deal of discomfort, you are ailing from anxiety problems.
  2. Irregular sleep patterns: If you are unable to fall or stay asleep, it could be normal anxiety. However, if you find yourself being awake for prolonged durations at night and it is accompanied with uneasiness, it is advisable to get some help for recuperating from anxiety disorders.
  3. Strained muscles: Your muscles are tensed if you perceive that you are clenching your jaws or closing your fists. Also, they are symptoms signaling that you have an anxiety disorder.
  4. Indigestion: According to research studies, digestion problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and anxiety are correlated. Due to psychological stress, your gut is adversely affected. Moreover, if you are having digestive problems, it causes anxiety. Some symptoms of IBS include flatulence, bowel-related problems, cramps, stomach pain and bloating.
  5. Breathing issues: If a person suffers from respiratory troubles such as shortness of breath or rapid breathing (hyperventilation), they should go for a diagnosis to ascertain whether they have an anxiety disorder. Also, they must consult the doctors on the treatment course. It is also important to adhere to the instructions of the medical experts for a quick recovery.
  6. Other symptoms: Some other symptoms of anxiety disorders include trembling unwarranted self-doubt, compulsive behavioral patterns, being obsessed with perfectionism, having disturbing flashbacks, heightened heart rate, nausea, burning sensation on the skin, dizziness, tingling, numbness, difficulty in concentrating, sweating, urge to urinate frequently, heart-linked palpitations, and irritability.

On a concluding note, it should be noted that if you are experiencing stress, there are various ways of tackling your problem. Seeking the help of a counselor is an option. Furthermore, you can engage in relaxation and deep breathing techniques for easing the tension in the body. You can start with low-impact exercises such as swimming, gardening, walking, or jogging. Gradually, you can progress to high-impact workouts. These methods are effective for your overall well-being. Also, they can thwart depression because of the release of the ‘feel-good’ hormones known as endorphins.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Relation Between Emotional Avoidance And Eating Disorders!

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma In Psychiatric Medicine
Psychiatrist, Ahmedabad
Relation Between Emotional Avoidance And Eating Disorders!

An individual adopts his personality on the basis of both the genes inherited by him/her as well as the individual’s life experiences. Psychologists have been trying for decades to decipher several aspects of temperament and personality along with particular personality traits in persons with eating disorders. Individuals appear relatively specific to each type of eating disorder, and they can be distinguished from healthy individuals.
Eating disorders are known to be caused by a combination of various factors such as genetic, temperamental as well as external influences. But the most common link between people with eating disorders comprises of difficulties in expressing and coping with emotions.

The connection between emotional avoidance and eating disorders
Emotional avoidance can be described as actions which are intended to inhibit any emotional response from taking a place such as anger, sadness, fear or anxiety. Individuals affected with eating disorders tend to seek refuge in continuous eating or stop eating as an unconscious effort to cope up with the situation and feel better.

For example, a person suffering from anorexia tends to restrict their food intake when they come across feelings of loneliness and sadness. This is because it gives them a false sense of control in the situation. On the other hand, when it comes to a person with bulimia, purging and bingeing offers them a momentary feeling of comfort and relief. People who tend to binge on food tend to run away from the reality and use food as a means to distract themselves from the concerns and worries of the real world.

The reality is that eating disorders tend to provide short-term relief or satisfaction from emotional distress while in the long run throwing them into the abyss of emotional misery, depression, and loneliness.

Treating Eating Disorder

Patients suffering from anorexia nervosa have excessive levels of emotional avoidance which can be compared to other psychiatric populations. This finding emphasizes the fact that emotional avoidance is present in abundance in patients with anorexia nervosa and it also testifies to the fact that to some extent such patients willingly avoid aversive emotional states. They are also not competent in correctly identifying emotions and are not able to respond to feeling stemming from emotional distress.

Treating eating disorders incorporates different types of strategies which can aid the sufferers to improve their quality of lives. But it is essential on the part of the doctors to help the patients identify, process and cope with the emotional turmoil in productive ways.

In many cultures, people are taught to suppress their emotions, but it has a long-term impact on the mind of the person. It is, therefore, necessary to share all kinds of emotional upheaval with some confidante. Such behaviours can help them to cope up with emotionally difficult and traumatic times.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Social Anxiety - How To Let Go Your Fear?

MBBS, MD-Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Allahabad
Social Anxiety - How To Let Go Your Fear?

While being shy in unfamiliar conditions and with unknown people is normal for many people, it is considered a disorder when it starts to interfere with your life and stops you from seeking out new opportunities, meeting people or generally living your life to the fullest. The primary cause for this in most people is the fear of judgment or evaluation in the eyes of the others. Social anxiety may thus interfere with your personal as well as professional goals. Some of the ways you can take care of this problem are mentioned below.

  1. Take help from counseling or therapy: Some people may have serious issues interacting with other people in a social setting or have a fear of the stage although they want to get into public speaking and performance. In such cases, you may need to take the help of a doctor as it becomes necessary in order to be able to fulfill your professional goals.
  2. Have certain objective goals: One of the ways to overcome social anxiety disorder is to be able to achieve certain objective goals, even in social situations where there is no performance pressure. Say for example if you are with a group of people where you feel anxious, make two or three fruitful comments in your opinion in the group. This way, when you feel your voice is heard, it will help reduce social anxiety.
  3. Slowly expose yourself to incremental anxiety situations: One of the best ways to overcome anxiety is to expose yourself regularly to situations that may make you uncomfortable. You can write down a series of situations which have increased your level of anxiety. You can then expose yourself to the situation that scares you the least repeatedly until you become habituated to it. Then you can slowly move up the list and conquer each one of the socially fearful settings, one by one.
  4. Deep breathing and meditationMeditation has been seen to clear up your mind and embolden you to face difficult situations. Practicing it daily can definitely help you overcome social anxiety. Even before you are about to engage in a large social or public gathering, deep breathing helps relax your muscles and also enables you to become calmer, thus reducing social anxiety.
  5. Self-help manuals: There are a lot of manuals out there which are meant to help you deal with your social anxiety; whether it is in general, with public speaking or in a room full of guests in an informal setting. Generally, these are used in conjunction with therapy from a professional, but you can try certain self-help books which can guide you through a detailed process and help you deal with the social anxiety that you may face in certain situations.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Role Of Family And Psychiatrist In Caring for Patients with Serious Mental Illness!

MBBS, MRCPsych (UK), CCST (General Adult Psychiatry and Geriatric Psychiatry)
Psychiatrist, Visakhapatnam
Role Of Family And Psychiatrist In Caring for Patients with Serious Mental Illness!

Mental illness or disorders are not uncommon, and they continue to affect millions of people around the globe irrespective of their ages and sex. Such disorders often require thorough and prolonged treatment, which is extremely challenging and involves a lot of risks as well. If not treated appropriately, it can lead to further worsening of the condition of the affected individual.

To keep affected individuals grounded and on course for an effective treatment, it is essential for their family members to support them. Many people employ psychiatrists, whose expertise in handling mentally unstable individuals, can be the difference between the success and failure of treatments.

Role Of Family In Caring Affected individual-
No matter how distant you feel from your family, it is your one true support system. People with mental conditions are often misunderstood by their own families. But such people need family care, love, and affection the most. Many mentally disturbed people, both young and old, experience worsening symptoms, because no one seems to understand, or even empathize with them. Families can help affected individuals by listening to them without  being biased - like taking care of their needs that they can't take care of on their own.

Benefits of Family Involvement
The benefits that the mentally ill individual gets from family involvement, have far-reaching positive consequences on the overall effectiveness of treatment. First and foremost, the chances of recovery are highly increased. The rates of hospitalization and chances of relapse decrease significantly. In addition to this, the adherence to the choices of treatment is readily enhanced. A lot of money is saved as well, as family support often leads to an improvement in conditions within a short space of time. Whereas, without family support, the treatment may be prolonged.

Support of the Psychiatrist
Apart from the complete support of the family members, the psychiatrist plays an important supporting role that can significantly increase the chances of successful treatment. Psychiatrist undergo the study of psychiatry, a branch of medicine that deals with diagnosis, study, prevention and treatment of disorders related to the mental health of human beings.

A psychiatrist conducts a detailed clinical assessment of the mentally ill individual and chalks out a treatment plan accordingly. The family can help as per the directions of the psychiatrist, and hence the support is quite vital. Psychiatrists regularly conduct counseling sessions to assess the condition of the affected individuals, so that they can recover soon.

Recovery may be difficult initially, but with support systems like families and psychiatrists, the problems are bound to be resolved eventually.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Childhood Trauma - 5 Best Ways To Manage It!

M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Childhood Trauma - 5 Best Ways To Manage It!

Often children are seen as resilient and capable of bouncing back from almost any situation. Traumatic experiences can however lead to long lasting and severe effects that might stay even in their adult lives if they aren’t dealt with. Trauma might result from any such thing that can disrupt their safety and leave them vulnerable. These include verbal, sexual or physical abuse, an unstable environment, domestic violence, separation from parents, bullying, severe illness, or invasive medical procedures.

Despite having emotional consequences, there is still hope. Here are a few ways childhood trauma can be dealt better with:

  1. Accept trauma when it happens to you. Childhood trauma victims generally spend many years trying to see past what has happened to them by pretending as if nothing happened and dismissing it wholly. Another way they cope is by blaming themselves and feeling guilty about it. Healing can only begin when you accept that the traumatic incident did actually happen and that you aren’t to be blamed for it.
  2. Take control. Helplessness can spill over into your adulthood and make you act and constantly feel like a victim. This leads to making choices resulting from all the pain inside. The past takes control of the present when you have been victimized. Conquering the pain is the only way to get the present back in your control. Letting go of old defense mechanisms used by you as a child may be the only way to take back control of your life and bury the pain.
  3. You should not isolate yourself and seek support instead. Withdrawing from others is the natural instinct of most survivors of trauma. This might just make things even worse. You should take conscious steps to maintain healthy relationships and to connect with other people to facilitate the process of healing. Seeking support helps. Childhood trauma survivor support groups and talking with trusted friends and family can help heal as well.
  4. The ability to deal with stress increases, if you maintain better health. Get adequate rest, exercise and eat well and set a regular routine. Abstain from drugs and alcohol as they only provide relief for a temporary amount of time, but increase isolation feelings, anxiety and depression, thus worsening trauma symptoms.
  5. Learn to truly let go. Accepting implies embracing the trauma and deciding what you will do about it. It can dominate throughout your life unless you let it all out.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Popular Questions & Answers

I'm a mother of 9 months baby. My anxiety is going severe day by day. Im taking anti depressant from last 4 months. How long will it help me and how to come out of it.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
If you are taking medications and anxiety is still there, either the medication dose or type needs to be revised. One third of people will require short course for anxiety, others might need for a longer time. Consult a psychiatrist, All the best.
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I had been having severe attacks of panic and anxiety for a month, but this last week I had been feeling much better, but yesterday I received the news that my friend has cancer, I did not know how to take this news and I panicked, and now I am feeling burning in my arms and legs, I do not want to feel bad again, like the previous days and I feel so much fear. I try yo don't think about it, but I can't, and feel like I will going crazy, what can I do? I don't want to think about it, and I feel scared to get severe anxiety again.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
The more you try not to think about this fear, the more it will be present to haunt you. You need to face your fear: as you face it, it's threat will gradually deteriorate, and you can handle it better. You are obviously not handling stress well. You seem to have a nervous disposition, perhaps developed from your past. If you can identify that source you may be able to work it out in therapy. Perhaps the home life was too restrictive or strict, or you were reprimanded at some time rather severely, or you did not develop adequate defense mechanisms to cope with stress, etc. You are reacting with fear and converting this into a psychosomatic reaction instead of dealing with it. Don’t panic though because if you cooperate a counselor can be of much help to resolve this. In the meantime you must do certain things to build your constitution, both physically and mentally. Mental stability can be achieved by learning a few skills in handling emotions in an appropriate manner. Stress management skills, which have a lot to do with expressing emotions, will need to be a major part of your recovery program. Emotionally you need the help of a counselor and that will help you tremendously to move from anxiety to normal fear. Please persevere and cooperate through all the support you need and you will come through successfully. Develop your body’s health by physical fitness through exercise, good rest (sleep), and a proper diet. Any way what you need to focus on is to do vigorous exercise of the aerobic kind for the heart’s fitness; meditation for the brain’s fitness; sleep for a well rested mind and body; a sound spiritual well being for good confidence and stability; and a diet with lots of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. Vigorous exercise, especially of the callisthenic kind, will make your heart, which is a muscle, grow larger; and then your heart will need to beat less often and you will respond to the anxiety with a calmer disposition. If your mind, constitution, and your emotions are in check and fit, you will never be disturbed again. The earlier you tackle this, the easier it is going to be.
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Hii I am 22 years old. I was taking dulot 60 mg & mirtaz 0.75 for mixed anxiety & Depression. after taking 6 month I hv improved partially. As I am unable to consult doctor for unavoidable circumstances can I stop medicine as it is worsenly affecting my digestive health. I have discussed it with my doctor in my previous meet but he advised to continue. what should I do now?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Since you are already on medication I suggest you talk to your treating Psychiatrist and convey your current symptoms to them. It is possible that some changes in medication dosages will help improve the symptoms. As they are familiar with your history it is always better to have a discussion with them regarding this situation.
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I am taking paroxetine 12 and zicam0. 25 per day from last one year now I want to quit it gradually but I feel headaches and blurred vision, I don't know for which problem my doctor prescribed me these medicines is it for ocd, anxiety, panic disorder depression or something else, can I get out of it or continue for lifetime help me.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Since you are already on medication I suggest you talk to your treating Psychiatrist and convey your current symptoms to them. It is possible that some changes in medication dosages will help improve the symptoms. As they are familiar with your history it is always better to have a discussion with them regarding this situation.
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I am having breathing problem. Doctor told me that it is a symptom of panic attack and depression disorder. I want to know the reason and treatment of it?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Tremors, feeling anxious or nervous, sense of panic, sweating, increased heartbeat, feeling of impending doom, stomach discomfort, dizziness etc are signs of anxiety. These can be debilitating. If the anxiety is overwhelming, consult a Psychiatrist at the earliest. With the right medication and counseling, it is likely your symptoms will improve.
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Table of Content

Types of anxiety disorders:
What causes anxiety disorders?
Treatment of anxiety disorders:
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Postpartum Depression Or Postnatal Depression
PPD depicts a type of mood disorder which is associated with childbirth and can affect both males and females. It usually onsets between one week / month following birth of child. Treatment for PPD may include counseling or medications.
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Anxiety Disorders - Types & Treatment
Hello!

I am Dr Omkar Mate consultant neuropsychiatrist practicing at Midas Clinic Neurl, Navi Mumbai.

Now let us talk about anxiety and anxiety disorders, so anxiety is that feeling of nervousness, sometimes associated with traveling, racing heart and shortness or difficulty of breathing. Anxiety is a normal response of human mind and body to certain stressful situations anxiety is not always bad like stress too is not always bad, being anxious before exams leeds a person to study better, work better and get better marks. This stress is a positive stress which increases performance, it is called used stress. However, sometimes a person is become so anxious that the anxiety hampers or reduces persons functioning of performance, this is distress. The next level of distress is an anxiety disorder, there are different types of anxiety disorders a panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder, various types of phobias, let us look briefly at each one of them. A panic disorder is something which is made up of panic attacks now what is panic attack, panic attack is that intense fear or anxiety with associated symptoms like racing heart, difficulty in breathing or shortness of breath, sometimes the person feel suffocated and he feels that I am going to die. This episode usually last for 15 minutes to an hour and goes away on its own, but sometimes these episodes recur and a person remains fearful that I will get this episode again. In such cases a panic disorder is diagnosed. Obsessive compulsive disorder is another anxiety disorder, here a person repeatedly checks things like door, gas stoves, light switches, sometimes a patient has a habit of washing hand repeatedly. Now all these things are usually repeated by a person to take care of anxiety and a reason for the anxiety in such patients are thoughts. They may be thoughts that somebody close to them maybe ill, it maybe thoughts that my hands are dirty and illness will spread in my family because of my dirty hands, it can be thoughts like the gas stove or door is not locked and robbers will rob my house or the gas stove being on can lead to an accident. Usually, the themes are related to fear and illness or death. Repeated thoughts make the person anxious who in turn thus behaviour to take care of that anxiety. If such symptoms lead to hampering of his or her life or his functioning or his profession then it needs to be treated usually if the symptoms are for more than half an hour to 1 hour. Another anxiety disorder is what we called as social anxiety disorder. Here a person is fearful or afraid of making public appearances or talking in public places or going to social gathering the constant fear of thought in such people mind is what will others think about me, whether I will make a fool of myself, this leads people to avoid certain social situations.

If a person who is a management person is scared of making presentations this will definitely affect his performance, so in such cases where a person's performance occupationally or socially is dependent on his public speaking and he is not able to do so because of anxiety then we diagnose it as social anxiety disorder. One of the commonest anxiety disorder seen is something which we call as phobias. All of us are be aware of a phobia like many of us are scared of injections or needles, there are some of us who faint on seeing blood. Similarly, there are different phobias like fear of height, fear of closed spaces like claustrophobia and fear of crowded places which is agoraphobia. A person having phobia need not always be treated, for example if a person who has fear of heights doesn't required to go on tall places it may not be treated. However, if certain phobias are actually leading to problems like fear of flying in planes in can it can lead a person who wants to travel abroad or who has to travel for work, it makes that person afraid and he avoid such situations. So functional impairment in such cases need treatment for phobia, around 1 in 5 people suffer from one or other anxiety disorder, however, many times they are not detected. Anxiety disorder are the most treatable disorder and mostly curable also with the help of medicines and proper therapy techniques and counselling techniques.

Thank you for more enquiries about anxiety disorders you can contact me through lybrate.
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Increased Anxiety In Expectant Parents || Causes & Remedies
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I am Dr Nisha Agarwal working as Head of the department in obstetrics and gynaecology at VPS Rockland Hospital, Manesar. As an obstetrician, I routinely treat pregnant ladies.

In last few years I have realised that there is a lot of increase in the anxiety of expecting parents, what about my pregnancy what about medical complications, whether it would be a vaginal delivery or caesarean sections and lot many more. I don't blame them, actually we are living in a digitalised where lots of information is available and we read them and interpret them accordingly. I feel most of us have actually forgotten the true meaning of pregnancy and childbirth, to relieve all this anxiety and to make them independent to tackle are their delivery and pregnancy related issues I teach birth prep classes to my parents. In these classes, I teach them about birth Psychology, after attending these classes expecting parents especially husbands they understand their rule during these 9 months and they are able to make this beautiful journey, as a smooth and peaceful as it should be. As a gynecologist I come across problems like menstrual disorders, ovarian cyst, uterine fibroids and many more, many of times we need to do surgical procedures for these kinds of problems. Here I would like to say the progress in medical science is a boon to humanity and especially for women. Gone are the days when you have to be at the month of open surgery, these days we do all gynaecological procedures by a laparoscopic technique. We all know in laparoscopy we do not cut open your abdomen in fact, we made two or three small holes through which we pass our instruments and complete the procedures via these pores only. In the laparoscopy we get a very magnifying view because of which the injury to adjacent discharge is very much reduced, blood loss is quite minimised and in all these ultimately lead to very short stay in the hospital, the post of pain is very less and the recovery is very fast and you can resume your routine activities very soon. In fact, in few surgeries, we do it as a day care procedures, where we admit you and discharge on the same day and you can resume your all routine activities from the very next day. Here at VPS Rockland Hospital, I do all ovarian cyst removals, fibroid removal, hysterectomies and even gynaecological Cancer Surgery via this technique. We also treat couples who are not able to conceive for these kinds of patients I do detail consultation and then try to find out the cause and then treat them accordingly. Here at this hospital, we are doing all procedures like oblation destruction, intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization too. But many of times we found there is no cause and actually it is your dietary pattern, your lifestyle changes and day to day stress in your life which is leading to all these problems.

So whenever you go for these treatments please work on these issues also along with heart treatment for any further queries or enquiries you can contact me on lybrate. Thank you.
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Warning Signs Of Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety actually refers to a normal reaction to danger, the body s automatic fight-or-flight response that gets triggered when you feel threatened or pressurised or are facing a stressful situation. There are steps which can be taken to reduce your symptoms and regain control of your life.
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Namashkar!

Me Dr. Rahul Chandhok hon me ek senior consultant psychiatrist hu ar me apni practice medhok clinic me ar fortress hosiptal Delhi MCR me.

Aj me ap sy bat karu ga panic disorder ky bary me. Panic disorder ek esa rog hy jis m jo diagnosis hy wo hamesha physician ya cardiologist ky duara banaya jata h kiu ke patient jo he usy mehusu hota he ky ya to mery ko sans ni a ri he ya mery daam ghut ra hy ya mery dil ki dharkan itni barh gai he ke mjy heart attack hony wala he ya mery ko bilkul meri chaati py bhaar rakha huva hy. Esa mehsus hony py wo emergency me bhagta hy ar wahan py ja kr ky uski sari jhanch ki jati he ar jhanch me kuch ni paya jata tb ye conclude kiya jata hy ky ye shayad ek panic attack tha. Panic attack ek prakar ka anxiety ka dora hy jis me boht jadatar jab ye hota he khas kar ke rat mein to wayakti so raha hota he. Soty soty achanak nind khul jati h usy lagta he ke shayad mjy sans ni a ri hy mera dum ghut ra h mera gala ghonta ja ra h khriki darwazy khol do bahar nikal jauon ar usy lagta h ky shayad emergency me jany sy thk hoga. Jadatar esy cases me jab poucha jata he to wo tanavv me koi nishchit karan nahi bata pata ky kiu wo pareshan he par esi history zrur milti h ky wo kafi samay sy kisi bat ko ly ky pareshan thy. Agr ye dekha jy kii iski paretishat to boht sary log jo emergency me jaty hein unka diagnosis actual me panic hota h Wo ye realize nai kar paty ky hamara dimagh sharir k sabhi angoo ko control karta he ar isi wja sy jb us py kisi wja sy tanavv parta he to wo apny kisi ankhh me ya to phephry me ya to dil me ya pait me signal bhej deta h jis ki waja sy ya to sans me takleef hony lagti he ya dil ki dharkan boht barh jate hy ya acidity hone lagte hy. Mareez ye samjhta hy ky uska koi na koi angg khrb hogya he ya sary he angg kharab ho gy hein is liye wo emergency me bhagta he par iska taluuq jo he wo dimagh me ek neurochemical hy cerotonin us sy hota he agartanavv ki wja sy ya ghambheer paristiti ki waja sy ye neurochemical kam ho jata he to wayakti ki negativity barh jate he ar usy ghabrahat rehny lagte he par iska ilaj bilkul sambhav he ap doctor ky pas jayen. Kch dawao sy ye neurochemical dobara barhaya ja sakta he .iska course poora karen.bech me na chorein. Otherwise bar bar dikaat ky chances rehty hein. Kai baar panic attack ky sath ye bhe hota he ky bahar jany me hichkichahat rehny lagti he .sankosh rehny lagta h .fobia ho jata he kii agar ham bheer bhari jaga me jayen gy to kahen hamy esa ho na jy to hamara kiya hoga .ham wahan kesy nikly gy is lye log jo hein platform py ya cinema ghar me ya mely me jahan bheer bharaka ho jana avoid karty hein par is bemari ka ilaj he. Apny doctor sy milyn apny psychiatrist sy milein ar iska ilaj karvayen ar panic attack sy nijaat payen.
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