- Pain (Migraine, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Burns, Backache etc.)
- Stress and Anxiety
- Smoking cessation
- Sleep problems
- Acne vulgaris
- IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome)
- Nail biting
- Hair pulling
- Gastric ulcers
- Addictions And many more……
Pain is an indication that something is going
thereby drawing your attention towards taking action. For example, when a nerve is injured
compressed, it sends pain signals to our awareness a means of protection. This can produce a
variety of unpleasant sensations. The fact that we can differentiate types of pain is
of the intelligence of our body and it’s natural desire to self-correct. Damaged or injured
nerves can also produce odd sensitivities to a range of temperatures and, touch.
In fact, just visiting the doctor or hospital often causes a great deal of anxiety and stress.
During my clinical setting, I have seen over 2000 patients with a wide spectrum of pain following stress, ranging from acute to chronic. In almost every case I have seen them find relief and ways to improve their daily lives. I have proven tips and a broad assortment of therapeutic modalities that definitely helps people to be more comfortable and mobile easily.
- Physical (Pathological) trauma
- Psychological trauma
It doesn’t matter what nature is, it is interlinked with each other in such a way that it can lead from a mild discomfort up to the discomfort of a greater extent. More precisely pain can cause stress and stress can worsen pain.
- It is not only physically debilitating, but it can also cause all sorts of other side effects like depression, broken relationships, alienations, chronic pain, all of which can ruin your life.
- Pins and Needles
- Pressure and Pulling
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Hip and Joint pain
- Chronic pain
- Shoulder pain
- Muscular pain
- Pain from cancer
Undoubtedly about 75% to 90% of all clinical visits are for illness induced by stress. It is a fact that our persistent thoughts spring forth from our unconscious mind. These are the thoughts that we find ourselves automatically tangled in, in our daily life. If the persistent thoughts that keep popping into our conscious level are all about problems concerning past or present, then we definitely increase our stress and anxiety. Since different modalities of therapeutical tool can be used to change unconscious thoughts and take control over the sub-conscious mind the right stress relief therapy can effectively eliminate negative stress from our system and bring us into a state of deep relaxation.
Life is full of ups and downs, so both positive and negative event’s in one’s life can be stressful. However major life changes are the greatest contributors of stress for most people. No doubt they place the greatest demands on resources for coping.
There are a lot of signs and symptoms that can be experienced. These sign and symptoms are grouped in four categories – Feelings, Thoughts, Behavior and Physiology.
- Feeling angry
- Feeling moody
- Feeling scared
- Feeling irritable
- Embarrassing easily
- Low self esteem
- Fear of failure
- Loss of memory
- Preoccupied with thoughts
- Worrying about the future
- Lack of concentration
- Sturring and other speak difficulties
- Crying with reason
- Acting impulsively
- Starling easily
- Laughing in a high pitch
- Grindling teeth especially at night
- Lack of appetite or overeating
- Increasing use of drug and alcohol
- Increasing smoking
- Sweating in the hands or feet
- Increased heart beat or palpitation, Headaches
- Tremor or shaking
- Nervous ticks
- Dryness of mouth, Premenstrual tension
- Feeling weakness, Muscular pain
- Urinating frequently
- Disturb sleep, Diarrhea, Indigestion or Vomiting
- Butterflies in the stomach, Susceptibility to illness
- Geographic mobility
- Going to college
- Transfer to a new school
- Being fired from the job
- New job
- New life style
- Death of a loved one
- Financial crises
- Time pressure or work overload
Dr. Imran has committed himself to help as many people as he can to permanently eliminate harmful stress from their daily life and attain complete peace and serenity calming them down to a point where stress, anxiety and depression no longer remains in their mind and body.
As per NIMH (NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH), fear is one of the most common mental disorders in the U.S. Nearly 17% of the U.S population have specific phobias, and 8.3% experience social phobias. No matter what type of fear you have, you should always remember that you are not alone, we will always be there for you. However, these are not actual numbers as most of the cases are under-reported in the US. Lack of adequate medical funding or stigma associated with mental illness could be among the attributing factors.
Symptoms of Fear -
The symptoms of fear are generated upon exposure to certain situations, or objects, or merely by thinking about it. These include -
Fear of dying
A sense of unreality
Preoccupation with the fear object
Dizziness, trembling and increased heart rat
In some cases, these symptoms may result in a full-scale panic attack.
Types Of Fear -
Pervasiveness is the unit of population proportion who has a certain condition. Below mentioned the two most common fear types -
Social Fear -
Also called social anxiety disorder. It is a fear of social situations where you find yourself scrutinised or surrounded by unfamiliar people. People with this disorder/fear feel humiliated and embarrassed. The fear of public speaking is a specific type of social anxiety disorder.
Specific Fear -
These are categorised into five major types - blood-injection-injury type, natural environment type, animal type, situational type, and "other" type.
Fears can really be disabling, one will develop anxiety on encountering a snake or speaking in public is common. If you experience such panic attacks then don't worry, help is available. You can easily overcome your fear and can get permanent relief.