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Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Karthikeya Mittal of Delhi has built a big convention in America, built a chamber that will help in ‘panic attack’

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Washington: An Indian in America has created such a unique chamber, which people can use to overcome their emotions when they feel extremely nervous in a public place.

According to a statement released on Monday, Kartikaye Mittal (32), who has received a masters degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, New York, Kartikaye Mittal (32), ‘Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’ (this room is designed to help deal with PTSD, a mental disorder caused by stress after a tragic event). Due to this disorder, many problems can arise in the social life of a person and he may also have difficulty in daily work.

According to the statement, Mittal, with the help of his knowledge in design and engineering and his research in the field of psychiatry, has created this cell called ‘Reboot’, which can be installed on university campuses, hospitals, airports, malls, and other crowded places. . This room controls sensory stimulation and provides an environment in which a person can control their emotions without any hindrance.

The statement said that this room has provided such a place to the person, where he can use the therapeutic method as per the advice of his physician if required. Karthikeya met PTSD support groups in New York as part of his research for the reboot and consulted psychiatrists.

Karthikeya, an alumnus of the College of Art in Delhi, found that people suffering from extreme nervousness can visit at any time, especially in public places, after a tragic event, where they are visiting their doctors. Can’t contact immediately. Karthikeya built this room to solve this problem.

The statement said that the width of this chamber is five feet and height is 7.5 feet and it can be deepened to four feet. It can be shortened or enlarged as per requirement. It is designed in such a way that no sound can go out of it.

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