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She feels eye pressure ,nerve problem, unable to concentrate, memory loss, mind weakness.

Dr. G.R. Agrawal 97% (19238 ratings)
DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
She feels eye pressure ,nerve problem, unable to concentrate, memory loss, mind weakness.
Hello, She should follow underlying natural norms to feel well. Tk, plenty of water to hydrate her body eliminating toxins. Go for meditation to reduce her pressure to calm nerves inorder to restore concentration. Her diet be easily digestible on time rich in vit' A' to check gastric disorder that triggers eyes pressure, often. Tk, homoeopathic medicine:@ Kali phos 6x- 4 granules, thrice, dly. @ Anacardium 30-5 drops, thrice, dly. Avoid, junkfood, alcohol and Nicotine, please. Tk, care..
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Hi sir / mam, I am changed I get angry very fast. I am suffering from sleeplessness, headache, loss of memory, I hurt my self if anyone angry on me. I loss my patience. Feelings of hopelessness, or pessimism Irritability. Thoughts of death or suicide, or suicide attempts. Feeling restless. Loss of concentration level what can I do please help. Thank you in advance.

Dr. G.R. Agrawal 97% (19238 ratings)
DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Hello, Foul tempered person shows his dissatisfaction towards some requirement, event, behaviour being anguish on certain occasion. It's a stage of depression one runs through Go for meditation to reduce your stress to calm your nerves to check you anger. Your diet be easily digestible on time to check gastric disorder that triggers negative feeling, often. Tk, homoeopathic medicine:@.Ignatia 30-5 drops, thrice, dly. Avoid, junkfood, alcohol and Nicotine, please. Tk, care.
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Diksha ko sar me Chot lgne ka vjh se 1 year ka memory loss hua. Sare test report nrml aai. Doctor ne kaha tension ki vjh se hua. Medicines chal rhi h but last 10 days se she is behaving weird. She is getting scared. Bilkul silent. Dari hui. She says k Tum Mujhe maroge. What to do. Should we consult to neurosurgeon or psychiatrist.

DNB Psychiatry , Assistant lecturer
Hi, if all these symptoms started after head injury. And she is being more fearful, expressing that someone wants to harm. It can be organic psychosis. Please consult psychiatrist for same on urgent basis Regards.
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Memory Disorders - Know Why They Actually Happen!

Dr. Anshul Gupta 86% (13 ratings)
DNB (Neuro-Surgeon), MBBS
Neurosurgeon, Delhi
Memory Disorders - Know Why They Actually Happen!

Some people suffer from difficulty in remembering things, and this may be attributed to Alzheimer’s disease even though it is not the only cause of memory disorders. If you are recently having troubles in remembering, then it is high time that you should consult with an expert.

Treatment of memory problems
The treatment of memory problems is entirely dependent on the cause. In some instances, the disorder is reversible with the help of proper treatment. For example, when the memory loss is caused by some medicines, it can be cured by altering the course of medications. Treating depression may also be helpful for memory problems when depression is the causing factor.

There are many medicines available for the treatment of memory problems. With the progress of memory problems, the cells of the brain start dying, and it causes the cognitive symptoms to worsen. Even though the medications that are available at present may not be helpful in stopping the damage to the brain cells, they can be helpful in stabilizing the symptoms by influencing the chemicals involved in carrying messages among the nerve cells in the brain. Sometimes, doctors prescribe both the types of medicines together to speed up the recovery process hindering further damage.

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

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Meri sister ki age 18 years. Uski yaaddast bahut hi kamjor hai. Use kal ki kuch bhi baat yaad nahi rahti hai.

Dr. K V Anand 97% (22148 ratings)
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, At your age, Memory problems like amnesia are not common. Many young people are having problems with memory. These problems are either they are too busy or due to anxiety and stress. Busy people use organizers or employ a personal assistant because they can't remember every task. You need to understand this. If you still say, you are having memory problems, we need to check your memory using memory test. If you want more of my help in this regard, please contact me. Take care.
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Dear sir I am suffering from memory loss since 5th year. Now I am studying b. Tech. Bec. Its are disturbing in my studies. Wht I need to do.

Dr. Bharat Bhushan Bharti 89% (90 ratings)
MD Physician
General Physician, Delhi
Lack of concentration is key to memory loss ,so stay focused on what you do, not on what you think if any addiction you have kindly stop it.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Can It Help With Dissociative Amnesia ?

Certified Course In Child Psychiatry, MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Kolkata
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Can It Help With Dissociative Amnesia ?

Everyone forgets things once in a while, but for some people this forgetfulness can be a sign of a bigger problem. People who cannot remember important information about their life may be said to be suffering from dissociative amnesia. This can cause memory loss of specific events and themes or make the person forget a majority of their identity and history in general. This dissociative disorder can be mild or be severe enough to affect the daily functioning of a person.

Lost memories cannot be brought back with treatment but treatment can help a person suffering from this disorder reconnect with people and feel secure in their surroundings. The treatment of this condition must be customized to the person’s symptoms. Some forms of treatment for dissociative amnesia are:

  1. PsychotherapyThis is also known as talk therapy as it largely involves conversations between the patient and doctor. It is the main form of therapy used to treat this condition and can also act as an umbrella for many other types of therapy.
  2. Cognitive behavioral therapyCognitive therapy focuses on changing the person’s behaviour. It focuses on thinking patterns and feelings that are harmful to the person self-image.
  3. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: Dissociative amnesia is often associated with traumatic events. In such cases eye movement desensitization and reprocessing is used to address symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorders such as nightmares and flashbacks.
  4. Dialectic behaviour therapy: People who have suffered from abuse or trauma may have severe personality disturbances which may include dissociative amnesia. In such cases, dialectic behaviour therapy may be used.
  5. Family therapyDissociative amnesia is often a recurrent condition and affects not only the life of the patient but that of his or her family as well. Hence therapy for the entire family is often necessary.
  6. Creative therapies: Cognitive therapy includes art therapy, music therapy etc. This allows patients to explore different ways of expressing their thoughts and feelings.
  7. MeditationMeditation and practising relaxation techniques make people more aware of their internal stress levels and equip them to better handle their symptoms.
  8. Clinical hypnosis: When being used to treat this disorder, hypnosis allows a person to express thoughts and emotions they may have hidden form their conscious minds. Through hypnosis the patient can achieve a different state of consciousness through relaxation techniques, concentration and attention.
  9. Medication: Dissociative amnesia cannot be treated through medication but antidepressants and anti-anxiety medication can help deal with the disorder by calming the mind.
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Dementia Patient In The Family - What Should You Do To Help?

Dr. Akshata Bhat 96% (1631 ratings)
MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Dementia Patient In The Family - What Should You Do To Help?

Dementia severely affects a person’s normal activities, and the role of the family in helping the patient to manage the condition is crucial. A person diagnosed with dementia would invariably experience a wide array of emotions which may include denial, loneliness, frustration, anger and extreme depression. So, if any of your family member is suffering from dementia, here are some of the ways by which you can take care of the affected individual.

Know more about the disease your loved one is suffering from:
When your loved one is suffering from dementia, it is your responsibility as a caregiver to know more about the disease and the symptoms. Dementia is a progressive biological brain disorder which progresses at a fast pace. Moreover, dementia is known for causing behavioral changes, alteration in personality and mood swings.

  1. Set a positive mood: When you are communicating, your attitude towards the affected individual should be conveyed effectively through your actions and not just words. You should attempt to establish a positive mood by speaking with the patient respectfully. Your physical touch, facial expressions, and tone of voice play a commendable role in showing your feelings towards the person.
  2. Convey your message clearly: While interacting with a person who has dementia, you should use simple words and sentences in a reassuring tone. Your manner should be straightforward and comforting. You should never raise your voice even when the person is not able to understand what you are saying. You should repeat the same thing using the same words until the patient understands. It is also a good practice to use names of places and persons instead of referring to them through pronouns.
  3. Answer with heart: You should be very patient to receive the reply from the sick person. In case the affected individual is struggling to find an answer, it is always good to suggest some words. You should also be watchful of any non-verbal cues as well as body language and respond appropriately. You should always strive to listen to the feelings that lie beyond the words.
  4. Attend to your own health: Even though you may find this to be a no-brainer, research indicates that caregivers are more prone to be affected by Alzheimer ’s disease, depression, and other illnesses particularly when they don't receive adequate support from the family. When you are the caregiver, make sure that you receive sufficient amount of sleep and proper nutrition and most importantly, exercise and socializing. When you are exhausted or socially isolated, you are at a risk of becoming physically ill and depressed. The sooner you seek aid, the longer you can lead a happy life.

Any disease can upset the routine of the entire family. But with proper awareness and positive attitude, any challenge can be handled in the best possible manner.

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

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