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1 week back I visualized a truck accident occurring in front of my eyes which resulted to sumone death at d spot! Since the day I'm not able to concentrate upon things n negative thoughts keep bugging me all d time. It's scares me to happen d same incident wid myself or my family. I'm really in need of a help!
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Ms. Hema Sampath
Counselling Psychologist 11 yrs exp Bangalore

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May I know on what occasion you visualised that incident. Did u read any story or watched some movie or heard some body describing like that.  If u want to come out of that thought u need to replace it with a good incident or thought which u recently liked or enjoyed OR which you want instead.
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Dr. Antara Gupta
Neuropsychiatrist 13 yrs exp Aligarh

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You don't need medicines. Just relax and give yourself time ... it will go .
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Dr. Vaibhav Lunkad
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whatever you imagine or fear of actually gets attracted to you so you should stop thinking or dreaming negative totally.Being busy or occupied with hobbies etc helps or reading positive thinking books
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Dr. Satish Ramaiah
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Hi Ruminations of disturbing memories & negative thoughts are quite common for few days after witnessing a traumatic event. You need to be mindful about these experiences & emotions in the context. Practice yoga, relaxation, breathing techniques & distractions by normalising these experiences in the context. However if it is worsening in frequency, intensity or duration & is causing lot of distress, please consult a psychiatrist for appropriate techniques to handle & may even benefit from medicine for sometime. Regards
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