Sadbhav neuropsychiatry clinic

This page managed by Dr. Jash ajmera , consultant psychiatrist , practising in surat(Gujarat). Through this page we intend to advocate mental health awareness , squashing the stigma , mental well being and most importantly to help those in distress.

Operating as usual

04/05/2022

Opportunity lies ahead.
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30/04/2022

Consistency is the key.
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29/04/2022

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02/10/2021

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inclusion of gaming disorder in ICD-11 is based on reviews of available evidence and reflects a consensus of experts from different disciplines and geographical regions that were involved in the process of technical consultations undertaken by WHO in the process of ICD-11 development.

The inclusion of gaming disorder in ICD-11 follows the development of treatment programmes for people with health conditions identical to those characteristic of gaming disorder in many parts of the world, and will result in the increased attention of health professionals to the risks of development of this disorder and, accordingly, to relevant prevention and treatment measures.
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25/09/2021

Globally, an estimated 264 million people suffer from depression, one of the leading causes of disability, with many of these people also suffering from symptoms of anxiety. A recent WHO-led study estimates that depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy US$ 1 trillion each year in lost productivity. Unemployment is a well-recognized risk factor for mental health problems, while returning to, or getting work is protective. A negative working environment may lead to physical and mental health problems, harmful use of substances or alcohol, absenteeism and lost productivity. Workplaces that promote mental health and support people with mental disorders are more likely to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity and benefit from associated economic gains..
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10/09/2021

Ganesh chaturthi.

09/09/2021

Su***de prevention week.
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07/09/2021

Su***de prevention week.
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Sadbhav neuropsychiatry clinic updated their phone number. 04/09/2021

Sadbhav neuropsychiatry clinic updated their phone number.

Sadbhav neuropsychiatry clinic updated their phone number.

04/09/2021

Having a mental disorder isn't easy, and it becomes even harder when people assume you can just "get over it".
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30/08/2021

Happy janmashtmi !

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Healthy relationship.
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Neuroplasticity.
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Credit - @nicabm_

23/08/2021

Young male/female who can read and write in english, gujarati , hindi.

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As they say communication is the key.
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28/07/2021
21/07/2021

Debunking myths about ocd.

Debunking myths about ocd.

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Human beings are social creatures.
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In today’s world, many of us rely on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, and Instagram to find and connect with each other.
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We need the companionship of others to thrive in life, and the strength of our connections has a huge impact on our mental health and happiness.
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Being socially connected to others can ease stress, anxiety, and low mood, boost self-worth, provide comfort and joy, prevent loneliness, and even add years to your life.
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Although it requires in-person contact with others to trigger the hormones that alleviate stress and make you feel happier, healthier, and more positive.
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Ironically for a technology that’s designed to bring people closer together, spending too much time engaging with social media can actually make you feel more lonely and isolated—and exacerbate mental health problems.
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While each has its benefits, it’s important to remember that social media can never be a replacement for real-world human connection.
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The International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking -2021 (Drug Abuse Prevention Day)

For the first time on 7 December 1987, the General Assembly decided to observe 26 June as the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking as an expression of its determination to strengthen action and cooperation to achieve the goal of an international society free of drug abuse.

Supported each year by individuals, communities, and various organizations all over the world, this global observance aims to raise awareness of the major problem that illicit drugs represent to society.

Share Facts On Drugs, Save Lives The theme of the 2021 International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking aims at combating misinformation and promotes sharing the facts on drugs — from health risks and solutions to tackle the world drug problem, to evidence-based prevention, treatment, and care.

The campaign highlights key statistics and data drawn from UNODC’s yearly World Drug Report. Thus, providing facts and practical solutions to the current world drug problem, to attain a vision of health for all based on science.

World Drug Day is a day to share research findings, evidence-based data and life-saving facts, to continue tapping into a shared spirit of solidarity. The campaign invites everyone to do their part, by taking a firm stance against misinformation and unreliable sources; while committing to sharing only the real science-backed data on drugs and save lives.
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25/06/2021

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21 JUNE |INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY |With its emphasis on breathing practices and medita­tion—both of which help calm and center the mind— it’s hardly surprising that yoga also brings mental benefits, such as reduced anxiety and depression. What may be more surprising is that it actually makes your brain work better.

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Grief and trauma in pandemic. | Part 1|
The nature of covid 19 is such that your loss was probably very sudden and unexpected.
We know that families have struggled to find hospital beds, oxygen or medicines in time. Family members amd relatives have to leave their loved one all alone in the hospital and cannot be with them in the time of death. Many bereaved families and persons have experienced a lack of responsiveness from health system or faced a lack of information, makin them feel even more upset.
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05/06/2021

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COVID-19 has resulted in more than 120 million cases and 2.6 million deaths to date. Respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms are
accompanied by short- and long-term neuropsychiatric symptoms
(NPs) and long-term brain sequelae.
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It isn't just psychological, it's biological too.
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If any early signs observed , it is advisable to consult a psychiatrist as early detection and intervention can help the patient.
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Ref : JAMA Psychiatry June 2021 Volume 78, Number 6
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World no tobbaco day.
Facts -There are approximately 120 million smokers in India. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), India is home to 12% of the world’s smokers. More than 10 million die each year due to to***co in India.
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Emotion management.
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Attachment is the emotional tone between child and caregiver.
This is evident by infant's seeking and clinging behaviour.
Attachment constitutes a central motivational force and mother-child attachment was an essential medium of human interaction.
The process is facilitated by interaction between mother and infant , the amount of time together is less important than the amount of activity between the two.
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26/05/2021
26/05/2021

You're not alone.
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WORLD SCHIZOPHRENIA DAY
24 MAY 2021

Theme - DISCOVER BETTER MENTAL HEALTH.

Schizophrenia is amongst the most misunderstood and widely stigmatised mental illness.

So let's understand the illness and help in reducing the stigma by educating ourselves..
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22/05/2021

While the leading symptoms during coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are acute and the majority of patients fully recover, a significant fraction of patients now increasingly experience long-term health consequences including psychiatric and neurological disorders , almost all amongst it are treatable.
Early identification and timely intervention are the key.
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Empathy allows people to "walk a mile in another's shoes" .
*Benefits :
1 Empathy allows people to build social connections with others. By understanding what people are thinking and feeling, people are able to respond appropriately in social situations.
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2 Empathizing with others helps you learn to regulate your own emotions.
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3 Empathy promotes helping behaviors. You more likely to engage in helpful behaviors when you feel empathy for other people.
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20/05/2021

Setting boundaries is not selfish.
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Location

Telephone

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209 Vesu Point , Below Green Leaf Hospital , Vesu
Surat
395007

Opening Hours

Monday 4pm - 8pm
Tuesday 4pm - 8pm
Wednesday 4pm - 8pm
Thursday 4pm - 8pm
Friday 4pm - 8pm
Saturday 4pm - 8pm

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