PATIENT BOOKLET

SOCIAL PHOBIA

Social Phobia is sometimes called Social Anxiety Disorder. Social phobia is not just shyness; it is more severe than this.
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POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

PTSD is a condition which develops after you have been involved in, or witnessed, a serious trauma such as a life-threatening assault.
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OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a condition where you have recurring obsessions, compulsions, or both.
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PANIC DISORDER

A panic attack is a severe attack of anxiety and fear which occurs suddenly, often without warning, and for no apparent reason.
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MIGRAINE

Migraine is a condition that causes episodes ('attacks') of headaches. Other symptoms such as feeling sick (nausea) or vomiting are also common.
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GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER

When you are anxious you feel fearful and tense. In addition you may also have one or more unpleasant physical symptoms.
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ALCOHOLISM

There are roughly four 'levels' of alcohol drinking - social, heavy, problem and dependent. As a rule, each level increases the risk to your health and safety.
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INSOMNIA

Quiet sleep. This is divided into stages 1-4. Each stage becomes more 'deep'. Quiet sleep is sometimes called deep sleep.
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DEMENTIA

Everybody forgets things from time to time. In particular, the things that we tend to forget most are the things that we feel do not matter to us.
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ANXIETY DISORDERS

When you are anxious you feel fearful and tense. In addition you may also have one or more unpleasant physical symptoms.
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BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER

Bipolar Affective Disorder" is sometimes called "Manic Depression" or "Bipolar illness". In this condition one has periods (several weeks or months), where one's mood (affect) is in one extreme or another.
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DEPRESSION

The word depressed is a common everyday word. People might say "I'm depressed" when in fact they mean "I'm fed up because I've had a row, or failed an exam, or lost my job" etc.
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SCHIZOPHRENIA

Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that causes disordered ideas, beliefs and experiences. In a sense, you lose touch with reality and do not know which thoughts and experiences are true and real, and which are not.
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LITHIUM

Lithium alters the way that nerve cells respond to chemicals that are present in the brain. It is known that it is a very effective medicine and has been used for more than 50 years.
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SODIUM VALPROATE

This belongs to the group of medicines known as antiepileptics. Sodium Valproate controls the convulsions (fits or seizures) in some forms of epilepsy by reducing the activity in the brain.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What are the common types of headache?

Headache is a very common disease. Common headache are due to migraine, tension headache, chronic daily headache, cluster headache. This is also due to increased blood pressure. Other causes of continuous headache are depression and persistent stress.

Q. What is the treatment of headache?

Treatment of headache depends on diagnosis. To diagnose it proper history taking and enquiry about work and associated stress is very important. Before starting treatment we must rule out medical cause of headache by investigations. For example dull, severe and continuous headache must be ruled out by brain radio investigation.

Q. What are the common types of headache?

Headache is usually of two types primary and secondary. Primary headache is independent in nature and it could be episodic and continuous. Most common cause of episodic headache is migraine, cluster headache and tension headache. Continuous headache could be due to chronic daily headache and depression and stress.

Q. What is secondary headache?

Secondary headache is due to blood pressure, Tumour, post head injury and subarachnoid haemorrhage etc.

Q. What is depression?

Depression is a state of mind in which person biological function like sleep, appetite and bowel habit are disturbed along with low energy lack of interest in work, surrounding and socialisation. It also leads to helplessness, hopelessness and worthlessness. In severe case person start thinking about suicide. Long standing depression may lead to social cut-off and loss of jobs as well.

Q. What are symptoms in lay term when one can understand he is going through depression?

In less educated people multiple somatic symptoms such as headache, body ache , gas formation , unexplained other symptoms , sleep disturbance , heaviness or lightheadedness are common symptoms . Educated or intelligent people will complain of lack energy, lack of charm or meaning in life, fatigued feeling, hopelessness and worthless feeling along with sleep disturbance and lack or increased appetite are usual symptoms.

Q. What are the common symptoms of depression?

 Symptoms of depression can be classified into following groups.

(A) DEPRESSED MOOD- this is hallmark of all depression regardless of other associated symptoms. It is sustained emotional state that is characterised by sadness, low morale, misery, discouragement, hopelessness, emptiness, distress, pessimism etc. it is different in quantitative term as it is more intense than normal emotional response in bad situation.

(B) ANHEDONIA- is loss of interest. Patient is unable to draw pleasure from previously enjoyable activities. In severe cases they abandon   most of the things they valued in life.

(c)COGNITIVE SYMPTOMS- difficulty in concentrating, negative thoughts, low self-esteem and self-confidence, suicidal idea are some most common cognitive symptoms. In severe case delusions of nihilism are also present.

(D) PSYCHOMOTOR DISTURBANCE - It can be aggression, agitation or retardation. Aggression is usually associated with irritability and restlessness. Retardation is associated with lack of initiative, mask like facial expression, emotional sluggishness and increased time to answer in response to question.

(E)VEGETATIVE SYMPTOMS - this is characterised by increased sleep or decreased sleep, increased appetite or decreased appetite, decreased libido and motivation.

(F) ANXIETY SYMPTOMS- are usually part of depression.

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