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What is the diet plan for increase the body ?

sir my body is thin so i feel shame to meet the relatives and other people is this any disorder of mental health how this can be cured
Asked On : Wed, 25 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
This is not mental problem but you have got inferiority complex.
You develop self confidence,having thin body is not bad at any angle.on the contrary fatty people might have jealousy by seeing you.
So do not feel shame to meet the people.
Take nourishing food with high fat,high carbohydrate and high protein.
Take dry fruits,fresh fruits and green veges.
Take B complex and multi vitamin supplements.
ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 25 May 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Aruna's  Response
Dear Anonymous,
Thanks for choosing health care magic to get answer to your queries. I appreciate your courage that you have shown to speak about your problems. You have not mentioned your age, gender, height and weight so my answer is going to be based on assumptions that you are not comfortable with your current physical appearance. but if you think of it..who is...Dark complexioned people want to become fair and use all kinds of fairness creams and fair complexioned people go through all sorts of chemicals and tanning creams to appear dark and tanned complexioned.. same goes for people who are slightly plump to obese who make themselves go through strict diets to eating all sorts of diet pills to lose weight...or extremly thin people who try their best to gain weight.
We are all born different ...and have multiple reasons that shape our physical reasons and we dont have much control over them for example heredity or genetics..if both your parents are thin and other first blood relative are thin then you most probably would be of thin built..
There are physical conditions like thryoid which leads a person to having thin we we have some control in going and getting ourselves assessd for any treatable conditions that are affecting us...
But most importantly if you feel physically health and are good at what you do -academics, work , arts ..anything that you are passionate about. People meet us and even though physical appearance does sometimes seem important its how we interact and communicate that determines our success at work and in relationships. Sometimes there are physcially very attractive people but they have no friends and may fail at what they do because they may be poor at communicating or interacting...SO whats important is how you really are inside of you as a person..keep working side by side on working on what you wear and how you present yourself to make you look more attractive with what GOd has blessed you with..have you got yourself assesd by a physician to see the reasons for your thin built up..excercise regularly to have a confident strong healthy body rather than a plump unhealthy body.
Being thin is not a mental health disorder and nor is being conscious about it. Its a good thing to be aware of what may be affecting your overall personality and should try and improve on their aspects. More than your thin built you need to work on your confidence levels..and then your thin built would no longer even be noticeable. ...

write back for any other assisstance with more details about yourself
Smriti Sawhney
Clinical Psychologist
RCI Reg no -A-12344
Answered: Wed, 25 May 2011
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Psychiatrist, Child Dr. Hemang M. Shah's  Response
Do you think after putting on weight the shame will be reduced?
You also need to differentiate wherethere it is shame or fear ?
If it is shame it may be part of your personality.
If it is fear it can be anxiety and you can control it by different methods.
Answered: Thu, 26 May 2011
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