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5 Habits of A Good Psychiatrist

The role of a psychologist is of utmost importance when it comes to recovery from mental illnesses and addictions. Until and unless you have a good and reliable psychiatrist, you cannot get rid of these problems on your own. A good psychiatrist is empathetic, patient and has extraordinary skills to understand the mindset of the patient.  A patient will recover only if he has a firm faith in his doctor and trusts him blindly in terms of his treatment and methodologies. We’ve collated a few pointers of habits of some of the top psychiatrist in Delhi who have been successful …

Handling Child Anxiety Through Psychiatric Help

It is a universal fact that childhood is the most crucial phase of the development of brain among children. One has to understand that the mental health of the child is as important as the physical health of the child. During the growing years, a child is exposed to a series of emotions and situations that can cause stress and anxiety. While some kids attune themselves to the situation, others may feel mental pressure which may take the form of some kind of mental illness or anxiety which is difficult to handle by the parents. In this scenario, only the …

Are You Suffering From Bipolar Disorder?

Due to the constantly changing world, people are facing a tough time struggling with the increased stress levels, no personal communication, fake social life, and unrealistic expectations. This plays a havoc on the mental health of the person. Often, this may lead to complicated diseases and mental illness especially amongst people of ambitious metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai etc. In this situation, it is very crucial to make the decision of going to a psychiatrist or a mental doctor in Delhi and opt for the right treatment. Among all the mental illnesses, bipolar disorder is the most common. Famous rapper,

Role of Rehabilitation Center To Counteract Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is one of the major issues of concern across the world irrespective of the age and gender. India is also struggling with the menace of drug abuse with a continuous increase in the number of cases registered under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985. Drugs like opium, morphine, heroin, ganja, hashish, cocaine, etc. are amongst the popular substances exploited by the addicts. According to NCRB data 2012, Punjab topped the list with the highest number of cases registered, followed by UP, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Rajasthan. Realizing the urgent need to counteract this problem, government and …

Unraveling Personality Disorder

imagesMiss M was admitted in Tulasi with the chief complaints of increased consumption of drugs, aggressive, violent behavior, verbally abusive, mood fluctuations, making big claims, over demanding, keeping everything in a symmetrical manner. So the story starts- Something was different about Miss M since childhood. She was an o
ver pampered child of her father, she was a brilliant student, who had been holding first rank in her class, always a topper. Once she got second rank because she fell ill before exams so she couldn’t prepare much, she threw tantrums at home after her result was out. Family tried …

Why drug abuse is more dangerous for teenagers???

imagesIn the previous article you went through Mr. B’s story, who started taking substance (alcohol/drugs) at a very early age. Now we will go through some facts that why drug abuse is more dangerous for teenagers.

First of all you need to know that why do they indulge easily in abusing drugs-?

  • Feeling of “Grown up”-

Mother (to son) – You can’t come home late. No late night parties.the-teen-brain-8-728

Son (to mother) – Mom, I am “grown up”, I can do whatever I feel like.

It is a most common phrase used by teenagers. They want to try everything which …


This is a story of Mr B, he had been brought to Tulasi in intoxicated state, he was aggressive, violent, and

verbally abusive, asking for heroin and he had severe pain in stomach.

When the team met his parents, they looked very devastated, they were pleading to save their child.

What was Mr B’s story, why were his parents so helpless, to know more we will go through his


A young boy 12 years, brilliant student, active participant in curricular activities, tried to explore about

alcohol with friends, just for fun that how the taste was. So one of …

Coping with Behavioural Problems in Teenage

The onset of adolescence varies from teenager to teenager. As teen years are an exciting phase of life but not all teens have an easy time. They deal with fluctuating hormones and may be overeager to experiment and even push boundaries. The physical and emotional maturity brings dramatic changes in their behaviour which would be matter of conflict  between the parents and teenagers.

Signs & Symptoms:

It is hard to draw the line between normal behaviour and teenage behavioural problems. Parents need to pay attention to their growing child’s overall behaviour from social activities,to educational performance and lastly to  …


Buprenorphine: Purpose, Dosage & Side Effects

Buprenorphine has been used as an opioid medication since October 2002 after the approval of Food and Drug Administration of America. It is a semi-synthetic opioid or an opioid partial agonist. It means that it can produce euphoria and respiratory depression but its maximal effects are less than those of full agonists such as methadone and heroin.The medication has ceiling effects. Its proper usage doesn’t lead to addiction and any life threatening side effects compared to opioids. The drug has a higher affinity, therefore it is able to block the effects of full opioid …

Management of Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

What is it?

When heavy drinkers try to stop or reduce their alcohol consumption, they face withdrawal symptoms.

Withdrawal reactions due to physical dependence on alcohol could be  dangerous and fatal.  It is must to see a doctor even if the symptoms of withdrawal are seemingly mild. Appropriate management plan of the medical condition can reduce the risk of developing withdrawal seizures or delirium tremens.


Withdrawal symptoms from alcohol are divided into two parts—psychological and physical symptoms. Psychological problems are related to mental changes whereas physical problems are related to how body reacts when one stops drinking.

Psychological Symptoms