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Excessive Thinking and Worrying
  Sent by SUNDEEP (Delhi) , 07 April 2011
  I tend to think too much about all circumstances, its pros, cons and consequences. As a result I worry too much and always under stress. I know it is WRONG, but i am unable to put a STOP to this monkey mind. I do not want to take pills to make me calm.

I am suspecting it may cause health problems for me . Please advise what do people who suffer from this problem handle it.

Regards
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Social phobia
  Sent by XYZ (Patna) , 09 August 2010
  I am a 19 years old college going student (male). I don’t feel comfortable talking to anyone outside my home. When I go to college, I can’t make friends. I don’t talk to anyone and am really scared of people around me. How should I treat myself?
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Alternate methods are effective ALSO/
  Sent by Amarjit Singh Narula (Mumbai) , 28 January 2010
  How alternate remedies helped end my suffering with ulcerative colitis

Dear Sir, as discussed my REAL life story..
by Amarjit Singh Narula

At 21, and fresh out of Engineering College in 1984, I wanted to go to the Gulf to work as a Civil Engineer and earn big money. In 1985, I joined a company in Baghdad and was assigned the job of handling a complicated power-curbing machine (this machine laid curbs on roads after they were completed. There was constant pressure to keep up the pace and meet deadlines. This caused a lot of stress to end up being bottled up, with no outlet. After completion of the project, I returned to India in 1986.

Upon my return, I suddenly fell ill with severe bouts of loose stools with blood and mucous about 15 times a day. I took medical leave at once and consulted a doctor. Even after a variety of antibiotics, my condition did not improve. It was then that I was referred to a gastroentrologist. On hearing my case, his diagnosis was quick and spot on. I had ulcerative colitis.

The treatment began with steroids and other medications. I had to start eating bland food. I was also hospitalised to correct my electrolyte balance and for a blood transfusion.

My condition gradually improved. The steroids were tapered off but the other medicines continued. We consulted another doctor who was also a friend. He said, “You will require medication for the rest of your life, just like a diabetic or blood pressure patient. You’ll get the same advice even in America.” It was disheartening to know that my problem would remain despite spending a large amount of money on medications.

Looking for a solution

I started research on the condition and the results were the same, ‘continuous medications, eat simple, and live a calm and unhurried life.’ Unfortunately, my job as a civil engineer would not relieve me from stress.

I decided to experiment. I gradually tapered off my medicines and eventually stopped them. I also tried out alternate treatments. But over the months, they all ended the same way – with a relapse. This process continued till 1999, I was in and out of various hospitals. I had to give up my job. I tried different doctors, but the treatment remained the same.

Alternate Remedies

Until one day, I read an article about Pranic Healing. With great hope, I visited them and started treatment sessions. In all, I took 56 paid sessions, and I responded to the healing process in about 6 sessions. Before I got back to work, I learnt the process to treat myself. Gradually, my interest in alternate medicine developed, and I started reading on different subjects. One book on Sujok therapy helped me a lot. I was much better within a few sessions and with minimum effort. Thereafter, I started attending seminars all over the country to learn various healing methods. I started offering help to morning walkers on Juhu Beach at the Gandhi Statue. Here, I met many members of the Lions Club and was invited to join them in 2000. Since then, I have since visited many cities across India and abroad.

We started a daily show teaching SUJOK therapy on AASTHA Channel to educate the masses on how to get well without medicines. The show airs at 12:50 am every day.since past 5 years the only show in the world..

‘Bye,bye, Medication’

As of now, I have been off medications since 2000, which was the last time that I was admitted in a hospital. My sigmoidoscopy sample tested negative to the surprise of my doctor. Being a food lover, I, relish everything. I do take care not to over do it, but I know that if anything does go out of hand, it can be set right in a few days of drug-free treatment. Along the journey, I have gained 15 kg.

If it hadn’t been for my condition, I would have still been a civil engineer on some site working from 9 am to midnight. However, now I am fully involved in treating people, a job that I'm really enjoying.
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depression, panic disoder
  Sent by kapil vasishtha (ahmedabad) , 04 January 2010
  heelo i am suffering from panic disoder and dpression since last ten years.
since tht i am uner treatment but not achiece good result. i am alon since my chilldhood i am very emotional person what i should do to comeout from it pl help and suggest me i often think about comitte suiside pl help and reply me waiting
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depression
  Sent by rima (ahmedabad) , 24 August 2009
  AS I NEED A DOCTOR MY HUSBAND IN SOME PROBLAM I CAN NOT WRITE LIKE THIS, 5 YEAR HAS PASSED DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO PL CAN U HELP
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Can schizophrenia be cured
  Sent by manoj (DELHI) , 14 July 2009
  my younger sister who is under treatment in a delhi hospital for the last 12 years .she is being treated for schizophrenia and obsessive con disorder with little improve ment please help
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How to control
    , 10 January 2009
  Hi,
No problem, u can matrubate once before u bed
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Behaviour
  Sent by BC (Assam) , 11 January 2009
  Hi friend Normally my behavior is OK but sometimes it is impulsive like in the evening I eat food fast or so things without thinking about their consequences which is a normal trait of impulsive behaviour. Can some tell me how can I improve my behaviour. Thanks in advance
BCC
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sex
  Sent by s.kumar (vadodara) , 26 November 2008
  I am married & have two children But my sex urge is so strong that I am always ready for sex.I am very fond of big breast & want to suck it as far as possible. Is it natural
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