Our mission: to prioritise and optimize your mental health

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Parin Hospital - Psychiatry and Deaddiction Center

Parin hospital is a dedicated centre for management of psychiatric illnesses, sexual disorders and de-addiction equipped with latest technological advancements and infrastructure.

Our doctors, Dr Parth and Dr Khushboo, provide patient oriented psychiatric care, having vast experience in the field of psychiatry with more than 10,000 happy patients.

Our priority is a holistic approach for optimal management of psychiatric illness to achieve remission and helping to reach desired socio-occupational functioning with minimal medications.

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Detailed evaluation

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Proper Diagnosis

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Holistic approach

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Minimal medicines

Psychiatric Illnesses That We Manage

Psychiatric illnesses

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Panic Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Insomnia

Impulse control disorder

  • Gambling Disorder
  • Gaming Disorder
  • Internet Overuse

Sexual Disorders

  • Decreased Libido
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Dhat Syndrome
  • Paraphilia

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

  • Autism
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Opposition Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder
  • School Refusal


  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy
  • Exposure and Response Prevention
  • Couple and Marital Counseling
  • Family Therapy
  • De-addiction Therapy (Motivational Enhancement therapy)
  • Supportive psychotherapy

Neurological Disorder

  • Headache (Migraine)
  • Dementia (Forgetfulness)

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What can depression look like?

Depressive disorder (also known as depression) is a common mental disorder. It involves a depressed mood or loss of pleasure or interest in activities for long periods of time.

Depression is different from regular mood changes and feelings about everyday life. It can affect all aspects of life, including relationships with family, friends and community. It can result from or lead to problems at school and at work.

Depression can happen to anyone. People who have lived through abuse, severe losses or other stressful events are more likely to develop depression. Women are more likely to have depression than men.

Although there are known, effective treatments for mental disorders, more than 75% of people in low- and middle-income countries receive no treatment. Barriers to effective care include a lack of investment in mental health care, lack of trained health-care providers and social stigma associated with mental disorders.

There are effective treatments for depression. These include psychological treatment and medications. Seek professional care if you have symptoms of depression.

Physical signs:

1. Headaches
2. Back aches and chest pains
3. Easy fatigue
4. Digestive problems
5. Dizziness
6. Lethargy
7. Changes in appetite and sleep

Psychological signs:

1. Persistent sadness
2. Loss of interest
3. Guilt
4. Impaired concentration
5. Hopelessness, worthlessness
6. High emotional sensitivity
7. Reduced motivation
8. Suicidality

Myths v/s facts about depression

1. Myth: Depression is sign of weakness
Fact: Depression is a treatable medical condition and not a character flaw

2. Myth: People can "snap out" of depression
Fact: Depression is not a matter of willpower or choice and instead requires professional psychiatric help.

3. Myth: Depression will "go away on its own", "treatment is not necessary"
Fact: Depression can worsen, impact quality of life and prolong suffering if not treated in a timely manner with medicines and therapy

4. Myth: Depression is "not a serious health issue"
Fact: Depression has deleterious effects on one's emotional well being, relationships, work or school and physical health

Dealing with Depression

1. Seek professional help
2. Build a support network
3. Practice self care
4. Establish a routine
5. Identify and challenge negative thoughts
6. Engage in pleasurable activities
7. Set achievable goals
8. Avoid self-isolation

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Have you ever felt sure that you couldn’t trust someone, even if they had done nothing to cause you to doubt them? Trust issues can cause suspicion, anxiety, and doubt, and can be very damaging to romantic, personal, and professional relationships. Learning to trust again can be difficult but necessary to maintain your emotional wellbeing. Building trust in a relationship is key to counting on each other and maintaining longevity.

What is trust?

Trust is the belief in the reliability and truth of another person. 

Signs that you have trust issues

1. Anticipating and assuming betrayal in important relationships 
2. Limiting relationships to avoid abandonment 
3. Avoiding commitment and intimacy 
4. Excessive focus on the negative
5. Holding grudges and difficulty letting go

Overcome your trust issues:

1. Accept the risk that comes with learning to trust again.
2. Validate what you're feeling
3. Communicate honestly and often.
4. Allow yourself vulnerability 
5. Explore root of your trust issues (e.g. past betrayal)

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Self-care has been defined as "a multidimensional, multifaceted process of purposeful engagement in strategies that promote healthy functioning and enhance well-being."

It means a conscious act people take in order to promote their own physical, mental, and emotional health by being mindful of their needs.

Mental health is more than the absence of a mental illness—and self care is the first step towards optimizing mental health. 

Self care can help you manage stress, lower your risk of illness, and increase your energy. Even small acts of self-care in your daily life can have a big impact.

Self-care looks different for everyone, and it is important to find what you need and enjoy. It may take trial and error to discover what works best for you. 

In addition, although self-care is not a cure for mental illnesses, understanding what causes or triggers your mild symptoms and what coping techniques work for you can help manage your mental health.

Why is self care important?

- Vital for building resilience towards stressors in life
- Strengthen your interpersonal relationships
- Boost your physical and emotional health
- Reduces burnout

Types of Self-care

1. Physical Self-Care: 
-Adequate sleep
-Daily exercise
-Healthy diet

2. Emotional Self-Care: 
-Acknowledge, process and express difficult emotions,
-Develop confiding relationships
-Self compassion and acceptance
-Incorporating activities into your routine that mentally stimulate and recharge you

3. Social Self-care: 
-Invest time and energy to maintain close relationships
-Cultivate feelings of love, appreciation and gratitude towards your loved ones
-Devlop solid social support system
-Curate your social media according to your needs

4. Spiritual Self-care: 
-Spirituality doesn't necessarily involve religion
-Practice meditation
-Caring for welfare of others

Develop your self-care plan

1. Asess your needs
2. Consider your stressors
3. Devise self care strategies that suit your needs and stressors
4. Plan for challenges
5. Makes self care a priority

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