Common "Rumination" queries answered by top doctors | iCliniq


Rumination is a feeding and eating disease in which unprocessed food comes back up from an individual’s stomach into his or her mouth, that is, regurgitation. Once the food is back in the mouth, the individual may chew it and eat up it again, or spit it out. This behavior generally arises after every feast, and apparently effortlessly.

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Something is always running in my mind and I am unable to focus on my studies. Kindly help me.

Query: Hello doctor,I am a lazy one, and all the time's something is running in my mind. I am not accurately able to focus on my studies, and I am getting afraid and tensed by every little issue. So kindly help me.  Read Full »

Dr. Ajit Naik

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Continuous something running in mind if it is unwanted is called brooding or rumination. The more you continue it, the more problems it may create. Problems like making you more lethargic. Better start behavioral modifications like exercise, distraction techniques, k...  Read Full »

I have had bad thoughts while praying and I am worried about it. Why?

Query: Hello doctor, I find difficulty in praying. Bad thoughts come to my mind and I feel the need of praying again and again. The fear of making this mistake especially in prayer has scared me so much that I cry badly. I am scared of praying. My doctor prescribed Depex once in the morning. I am gettin...  Read Full »

Dr. Aditya Gupta

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I understand your concern. It seems like you are having ruminations. But do not worry, treatment is possible. Tablet Depex (Etizolam and Escitalopram) is a relatively safe medicine and you need to take it. It is not like after six months only ten percent recovery will ...  Read Full »

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