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Dr Parth Nagda, is a consultant Psychiatrist and a sexologist.

When looking for a psychiatrist in Mumbai or a psychiatrist in Navi Mumbai, you need not look further than Dr. Parth Nagda.

He is available at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospitals, Navi Mumbai

Most people when searching for a psychiatrist near me, tend to prefer an easy location.

When looking for a psychiatrist in Mumbai or Navi Mumbai, we need not look further than Dr Parth Nagda.

Dr Parth Nagda is experienced in treating patients on an OPD basis, with minimal medicines and has helped many people with mental illness and guided them to better mental health and well-being.


For any issues related to  depression, anxiety, stress, sleeping problems etc., or any other forms of psychiatric illness, please don’t hesitate to consult him. People often have stigmas and hesitation about consulting with a psychiatrist doctor. Dr Parth Nagda is well experienced in clearing these myths and misconceptions related to psychiatry treatment, and can help in destigmatizing mental illnesses, as well as educate patients and relatives about various psychiatric illnesses.

When looking for best psychiatrist treatment in , you can be confident about your consultation here.

He is considered among one of top rated psychiatrist and is highly rated on Google, Lybrate and other online platforms with an average rating of 4.7 to 4.9 out of 5 with over 150 reviews.


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Signs of Depression

Practising as a consultant psychiatrist in Kokilaben Hospital, Navi Mumbai, Dr Parth Nagda has credible experience in handling depression cases.

Depression is an extremely common illness, affecting 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 males at any point in their lives.

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    Thane – Belapur Rd, opp. Kopar Khairane Station, next to Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City, Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City, MIDC Industrial Area, Kopar Khairane, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 400710
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Psychiatrist: This is done after MBBS (5 years) and MD (3 years). A psychiatrist is experienced in diagnosis and treatment of mental, emotional, behavioural illnesses with medicines

    Clinical Psychologist: This is done after BA (3 years), MA (2yrs). Helps with doing different therapies/counselling for mental illness and with different tests like IQ, personality tests etc.

    Mental Illness is a biological disorder of the brain that interferes a person’s thinking, feeling, moods, and ability to relate to others.

    • Just as diabetes is a disorder of the pancreas, mental illness is a brain disorder that often results in a diminished capacity for coping with the ordinary demands of life. They are biologically-based brain disorders. They cannot simply be “overcome” by will power.
    • They are not related to a person’s weakness, lack of character, intelligence or poor upbringing (Not a personality fault)

    An estimated one in four adults suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year. About 1 in 17 suffer from a serious mental illness

    But, treatment works- between 70 and 90 percent of individuals can have significant reduction of symptoms and improved quality of life.

    Most people need treatment only for 3-7 months, some might need for a year. Only a small percentage needs lifelong treatment.

    Most medicines cost between 250-750/ month to treat

    There are multiple reasons why a person may be affected by mental illnesses; some of them are Environmental factors, stress, sudden and a major life changing event, brain injuries, infections and substance abuse. Genetics may also play an important role.

    If anyone in the family is affected by a mental disorder, then the risk of the child getting affected increases as well. It is better to get screened by a psychiatrist if there is any doubt of the same.

    A) Mental health is the state of a person’s psychological, behavioural and emotional well being. It not only means that there is no mental illness, but it includes the capacity of an individual to realise his full potential/ cope with the stresses of life, includes the ability to learn, feel and manage a range of emotions , ability to form and manage relationships with others.

    B) Mental Illness/ Mental disorders are health conditions that negatively affect the way we think, act, feel, behave and interact with others.

    Mental illness is a medical illness.

    A person does not simply “get over” mental illness without some form of treatment. A disorder cannot be cured by talking about it. Like how we can’t make a fever go away by telling a person to cool down for example.

    Just because it is not visible doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist

    Though medications often help in the treatment of mental illness, it is not likely that taking medicines as the sole form of treatment will be effect in long run. People who suffer the mental illness of severe depression may put pressure on themselves to just “get over” return to active participation again, but like other mental illnesses, it takes therapy and sometimes medication to stabilize. Basically, building up effective support systems will help in long term care

    There is a strong association between mental illnesses and chronic diseases

    Up to 75% percent of patients with depression, go to the doctor with physical complaints as the reason for seeking help

    There is a strong association between depression/ anxiety with other chronic diseases like cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, Chronic Pain etc.

    Also there are strong links between mental illness and adverse health events, like smoking, alcohol use, overeating, physical inactivity

    Be prepared to listen

    Show your care and give them time and attention

    Know how and when to go to others for help

    If you feel out of your depth, don’t try dealing with the situation alone

    Be non-judgemental, patient, calm and accepting

    Eating or sleeping too much or too little

    Withdrawing away from people and usual activities

    Having low or no energy

    Feeling numbness / worrying

    Having unexplained aches and pains

    Feeling helplessness or hopeless

    Smoking, drinking more than usual

    Yelling or fighting with family and friends

    Experiencing severe mood swings

    Thoughts of ending one’s life

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