I invite you who are struggling with mental health/illness issues and your caregivers to share the problems. Here I am all ears to your problems. If your questions are brief, then I will answer them. Psychiatrically labeled already? Never mind. Just forget the label. They are without basis and serve no purpose. They are loose groupings of symptoms that generally go together.Psychiatry as you know is not based on cause of illness. So why be hurt by the labels. Just ignore the labels.We however will go by cause/s. You will find that the causes being nutritional, don’t carry a stigma. Obviously our approach is more scientific, rational and effective. .I can compare the rates of recovery in psychiatry as against the rates obtained in caring homes started by missionaries and orthomolecular nutritional approaches. I can also quote an officially report of a province in Canada whereby the government asked the psychiatrists the straight question on cost vis-à-vis effectiveness in a single year. But why waste time? Let us go straight to the point of what we can do nutritionally to help us recover our mental health. Nutrition? Or Psychiatric drugs? Psychiatric drugs are not food. And our body alone, given the nutrients and supplements, can make the right molecules that will surround our brain cells to nourish and keep them in optimal health. How can drugs do that? I can’t understand.As an example, take the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). They block the re-uptake or absorption of serotonin. They don’t make more serotonin. Only our body can do that with the right nutrition. If your digestion is good, if you are taking that specific amino acid (a protein) called “tryptophan“ and certain vitamins then our body will make serotonin in plenty. There is a world of difference between “blocking” and “making”. The former, being un-natural, does structural change to our brain. I am here: email@example.com
I am Dr. Ratan Singh. I work with a mix of orthomolecular therapy, neutralization, hypnosis and meditation as and when suitable for the patient/client. Actually I educate the patient or the caregiver in these and empower them to help themselves.
Certificate in Food & Nutrition; Diploma in Nutrition & Health Education (IGNOU), M. A. (Psychology, AMU), DM&SP (CIP,Ranchi), Ph.D., phones: 91 141 4022609, 91 141 2652561, mobile: +9198281 99856; firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
Consultant in Nutritional & Neuro-behavioral Psychology, Jaipur Hospital, India. Member, International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine Life Member, Nutritional Society of India. Clinical Internship in the Practice of Behavior Therapy (Late Prof. J. Wolpe’s Unit at Temple Univ. Medical School & EPPI, Philadelphia, USA, 1973-75). Author of Nutrition & Supplements in Major Mental Illnesses.
since 1968 in Rajasthan state government mental hospital and later in Bikaner general hospital psychiatry department (1969- 1971),
Lecturer in psychology department in University of Rajasthan (1971- 1973),
Intern in Behavior Therapy with late Prof. Joseph Wolpe, MD, Temple University Medical School & EPPI in Philadelphia, USA (1973 to 1975),
Lecturer and later Reader (Assoc Professor) in psychiatry department of Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University (1975 to 1986)
Assoc. Professor in psychiatry department in University of Science Malaysia Medical School and Hospital (1986 to 1997),
I am now Consultant in Nutritional & Neurobehavioral Psychology, Jaipur Hospital, Near Stadium, Jaipur, India.
I practise orthomolecular therapy (OT) for mental, emotional, behavioral, memory problems and illnesses. I combine OT with behavior therapy. I take children, adolescents, couples, families. I also train families with Autistic/ADHD (Pervasive Developmental Disorders) children in “ABA” and biomedical therapy. I also take up cases of schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, anxiety, anger for OT and nutritional interventions.
Basically I educate the patients and/or caregiver to help themselves.
Please note I am not a physician.