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FALLING MEN, FAILING NEURONS
Clinical Autonomic Dysfunction with a plethora of systemic complaints often goes unrecognised. But the right diagnosis and treatment can help speed up the recovery process.
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THE WHOLE PICTURE – EPILEPSY CARE AND MANAGEMENT
A therapeutic alliance and an interdisciplinary approach work well for patients with epilepsy. Epilepsy was once considered a manifestation of gods, demons, spirits and their
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PERSPECTIVES IN DEMENTIA CARE AND HEALTH POLICY
A health policy for dementia should be comprehensive, especially spelling out the role of family, community and government.A brainstorming session on future perspectives in dementia
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Rare illness, caught on time
Buddhi Stories

Rare illness, caught on time

Evaluating R in some detail, we found he had severe deficits in cognition, with very poor ability to remember any new information. Indeed, he took quite a while to even become familiar with our team that was meeting him each day.

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Whats Up Doc
Buddhi Stories

What’s up, doc?

As Hans Berger, the inventor of the Electroencephalogram (EEG) an instrument that studies brain waves, said, “A machine can replace neither common sense nor intelligence”.

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From Tasmanian Devil to Mathematical Whiz
Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

From Tasmanian Devil to Mathematical Whiz

We must admit that S’s remarkable progress was made possible by the wonderful therapeutic relationship our team had with his family. From S and his family we have learnt the importance of looking beyond terminology and the diagnostic label.

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Bharath – Emerging From The Shell
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Bharath – Emerging From The Shell

His aggressiveness which was already on the mend, was helped by the therapy to calm him down further. He was advised to continue the medication regimen as before.

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Shanthi – The Time Keeper
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Shanthi – The Time Keeper

Shanthi co-operated for the therapy. Though there was no significant benefit, her mother was pleased with the procedure and requested a longer period of therapy.

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BUDDHI SEVA is our unique social impact program, one that aims to help those suffering with brain and mind dysfunction.

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Canine Neuropsychiatry

A Rottweiler’s multiverse

Despite my many redeeming qualities, the world views me with trepidation, not understanding that my responses are wired into me, through nature and nurture, by my evolved status as a guardian breed, created for humankind, by humankind, of humankind.

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Canine Neuropsychiatry

Lessons from a bullmastiff

What intrigues me about the mastiff is its “sixth sense”, the instinct to modulate its behaviour in accordance with the human species; to have a place for everyone in its heart, and for everyone to have a place in its social pecking order.

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Canine Neuropsychiatry

Temperamental, Indeed

How the contrasting behaviour of two dogs can give one an insight into brain dominance and enhance understanding of human nature.

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THE INDIAN SCENARIO OF MENTAL HEALTH

Dr. E.S. Krishnamoorthy , Behavioural Neurologist & Neuropsychiatrist, Founder of Buddhi Clinic in conversation with Dr. Sameer Parikh and Ms. Gayathri Prabhu.

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Covid-19 And It’s Spread Over The Mind.

Dr. E.S. Krishnamoorthy , Behavioural Neurologist & Neuropsychiatrist, Founder of Buddhi Clinic in conversation with Dr. Pratima Murthy, Dr. Shekhar Seshadri, and Dr. Soumitra Pathare.

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Bipolar Disorder

Art & The Unquiet Mind

Dr. E.S. Krishnamoorthy , Behavioural Neurologist & Neuropsychiatrist, Founder of Buddhi Clinic in conversation with Dr. Prabha Chandra, Professor of Psychiatry & Incharge of NIMHANS centre of well being & Ms. Sunena Gupta

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The quintessential rational mind

An examination of the Buddha’s views on the mind. Two and half millennia after his time, shows them to be remarkably rational and contemporary.

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New Horizons in Elder Care

New Horizons in Elder Care This week, we at Buddhi Clinic inaugurate our new centrally located World Class Resource Hub,representing excellence in brain & mind

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When less is more 

Having spent a few decades taking care of elderly family members and several patients , my experiences have changed my perspective of elder care over

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YOUR CREATIVE BRAIN

Buddhi Clinic’s Brain and Behaviour Dialogue with the legendary Prof. Michael R Trimble of University College, London, curated and presented by Neurokrish The Buddhi Clinic

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The stress vortex

On World Heart Day we explore stress, that important concept that underlies cardiac disorders and appears to predict coronary crisis. The word stress, used loosely

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Yoga & the Mindful Neuron

#Yoga #Mindfulness #Brain #Behaviour #Neuropsychiatry As World Yoga Day 2021 dawns, it could not have come at a more relevant time. For over a year,

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From heaven’s door to the emerald isle!

Mr. P, a successful trader, had found himself developing abnormal sensations in his hands and legs, followed insidiously by progressive weakness. He went on to develop, over a month, problems with swallowing, speech and a host of other brain functions.

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What lies beneath the beautiful mind?

The famous mathematician John Nash is a prime example, the film, A Beautiful Mind, bringing to engaging life the tumults that affect a person with schizophrenia.

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A traditional touch alongside an allopath

After practicing medicine for seven years in India, London returned neuropsychiatrist Dr Ennapadam S Krishnamoorthy understood that while Indians had total trust in modern medicine their heart was often in traditional systems.

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Food for the ageing brain…

There is growing evidence that vitamin supplementation has a significant role to play in lowering the risk of dementia.

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Alzhimers

Of menopause & memory

“I am losing my memory doc”, was A’s first statement as she walked into my office. Probing further I found A was complaining of much more that absent mindedness.

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The four legged stool

Mr. A is one of our “happy stories”. One who has been helped by the four legged stool: self-motivation, a supportive family, a supportive boss and adherence to the therapeutic relationship

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Depression

Stimulation for the brain!

Every once in a while, there can be something that happens to cause some malfunction in this circuit. DBS can be thought of as an operation to set right this malfunction by inserting a pacemaker into the brain.

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COVID-19

Managing epilepsy during COVID-19

Epilepsy is the most common serious neurological disease affecting over 50 million people worldwide and an estimated 5 million plus people in India.

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Dharmendar – A New Leaf
Anxiety

Dharmendar – A New Leaf

Dharmendra settled well, with improvement in cognition, better memory and attention and more stable behavior in his 3rd year Engineering. He still has rare dyscontrol episodes but these are few and far between.

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Our Books

The Buddhi Books are a series of inspirational case studies, of resilient individuals who were kind enough to incorporate our team into their healing.

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