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10 Best Grief Counselling doctors in Vashi, Navi Mumbai - Updated 2024

Dr. Madhumita Ghosh

Dr. Madhumita Ghosh

42 years of experience

MA - Psychology PhD - Clinical Psychology

Psychologist, Psychotherapist

Child Health Centre

Vashi, Navi Mumbai

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Dr. Komal Kaira

Dr. Komal Kaira

10 years of experience

Masters in Clinical Psychology BA psychology and sociology

Psychologist

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Dr. Swapna M Nadgauda

Dr. Swapna M Nadgauda

30 years of experience

MA - Counseling Psychology Certificate Course in Integrated Clinical Hypnotherapy Post Graduate Diploma in Child Guidance

Hypnotherapist, Psychologist

Healing Touch Counselling Centre

Sanpada, Navi Mumbai

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Dr. Sameer Gore

Dr. Sameer Gore

29 years of experience

MBBS M.D(Psychiatry) D.P.M. (Psychological Medicine) DNB - Psychiatry MRCPsych (UK) CCT (UK)

Psychiatrist

Stress - Cure Clinic

Vashi, Navi Mumbai

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Dr. Niraj Ravani

Dr. Niraj Ravani

24 years of experience

M.D. (Psychiatry) DPM (Psychiatry) MBBS

Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatrist, Sexologist, Geriatric Psychiatrist

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Questions & Answers on "Grief Counselling" (188)

I am having insomnia for almost a week plus. I usually get myself to sleep at around 10pm, but recently always sudden wake up at 1am or 2am, then I couldn’t fall sleep again. It affects my work as I will be looking extremely tired and unable to talk well with my customers. I am not sure what’s happening

Female | 34

It sounds like you may be experiencing insomnia, which means having trouble sleeping. Common symptoms include difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. One solution is to create a bedtime routine, avoid screens before bed, and try relaxation techniques. If the problem persists, consider talking to a medical professional for help.

Answered on 7th June '24

Dr. Vikas Patel

Dr. Vikas Patel

I have ADHD. I was diagnosed 6-7 months ago. I have a hard time focusing and tend to move around when I shouldn’t. Should I take adderall?

Male | 23

Adderall is a drug used to treat these symptoms by enhancing concentration among people with ADHD; however, you need to consult with your doctor before taking any medication like this. They will provide proper guidance on how best to manage the condition effectively.

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Vikas Patel

Dr. Vikas Patel

Hello doctor i have always headache and laziness i tried of my liife please help me to out of darkness life to live life happily because life is very short and my age is 25 I wasted four to five years of my life doing nothing and when I remember them every time, why did I waste those four to five years now I have not got a degree and I don't have any such good skills. I can earn good money. And secondly, the tension of my family is always in my mind, these things are always going around in my mind because my family environment is very disturbed and nothing is going right here.And every time I'm stressed I always have depression

Male | 25

This could be due to stress, not enough sleep, bad eating habits, or maybe even depression. The best thing to do is take care of yourself by getting enough rest each night; exercising regularly will also help keep your energy levels up throughout the day. Healthy food can improve mood swings associated with this condition. You’re still young so don’t worry too much.

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Vikas Patel

Dr. Vikas Patel

can i take propranolol before parachuiting

Male | 24

I would think twice before using propranolol before parachuting. The reason for my concern is that propranolol can slow down heart rate as well as blood pressure levels. Quick blood flow is necessary for sufficient oxygen transportation in the body since parachuting involves falling from a high altitude. Taking propranolol might lead to feeling faint or light-headed. This could be highly unsafe while engaging in such an activity. Therefore, refraining from using this drug before going skydiving would be best.

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Vikas Patel

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