As far all the details go Phos and Nux Vomica can be thought of We can also check jaundice suppressed leading to respiratory problems.
Somewhere lyco n heparsulph covers the totality
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A case of Allergic rhinitis
we considers Allergic Rhinitis as a Kapha-Pitta disorder. From the Ayurvedic perspective Allergic Rhinitis is due to the toxins present in the body (ama) and due to the low immunity. Ama aggravates the levels of Pitta and Kapha in the body, giving rise to different symptoms of allergies. The following are helpful in allergic rhinitis. 1 Slice of ginger, pepper and cardamom can be added in the tea and taken. 2 Honey with half the amount of lemon juice can be taken early in the morning for few weeks. 3 Two spoons of Apple cider vinegar and a bit of honey to a glass of cooled boiled water would also be helpful when taken early in the morning. 4 Chamomile tea has good effect if taken twice a day. 5 One cup of Indian gooseberry mixed with two tea spoon of honey The dosage is twice a day. 6 Pouring two to three drops of coconut oil into the nostrils at bedtime could provide relief. Ayurvedic treatment procedure involves inducing therapeutic vomiting (VAMAN) which helps in balancing Kapha. Amrutharishta, Sudarsanasava, saribadyasava, Dasamoola kaduthryam qwath, Indukantham qwath, Amruthotharam qwath, laxmivilass ras ,Septilin tablet and syrup, Step syrup and tablet, etc. are the commonly used medicines.
चिकित्सा संबंधी योग,,,, श्वांशकांस चिन्ता मणी रस स्वर्ण युक्त 1 रत्ती शीतो फलादि चूर्ण 2 ग्राम ताली शादी चूर्ण 2 ग्राम गोहदन्ती भस्म 4 रत्ती शहद में मिलाकर सुबह-शाम सेवन कराएं। कनकासव द्राक्षासव दोनों को मिलाकर 25 ग्राम सुबह-शाम खाने के बाद दें। कपालभाती प्राणायाम कराएं। अनुलोम-विलोम प्राणायाम कराएं। योग परिक्षित है। पिछले 40 वर्ष से प्रयोग कर रहा हूं।
Decoction of lemongrass ginger haldi and crushed pepper.inhale this steam first then drink, turmeric powder and rock salt water garglesof lime juice pineapple with black pepper sprouts kalijeeri alkaline diet beetroot coriander juice
Yoga should be recommended... As... Kapalbhati, anulom vilom pranayam, bhrastika pranayam. Hot water Steam with kavrol capsule Shitopaladi churna 6gms Laxmivilas rasa 2tbs BD Use boil water for drinking.
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What causes nosebleeds? The purpose of the nose is to warm and humidify the air that we breathe in. The nose is lined with many blood vessels that lie close to the surface where they can be injured and bleed. Once a vessel starts to bleed, the bleeding tends to recur since the clot or scab is easily dislodged. Nosebleeds, called epistaxis, can be messy and even scary, but often look worse than they are. Many can be treated at home, but some do require medical care. Common causes of nosebleeds include: Dry, heated, indoor air, which dries out the nasal membranes and causes them to become cracked or crusted and bleed when rubbed or picked or when blowing the nose (more common in winter months) Dry, hot, low-humidity climates, which can dry out the mucus membranes Colds (upper respiratory infections) and sinusitis , especially episodes that cause repeated sneezing, coughing, and nose blowing Vigorous nose blowing or nose picking The insertion of a foreign object into the nose Injury to the nose and/or face Allergic and non-allergic rhinitis (inflammation of the nasal lining) Use of drugs that thin the blood (aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications , warfarin, and others) High blood pressure Chemical irritants (e.g., cocaine, industrial chemicals, others) Deviated septum (an abnormal shape of the structure that separates the two sides of the nose) Tumors or inherited bleeding disorders (rare) Facial and nasal surgery Related Institutes & Services Head & Neck Institute Our doctors specialize in head and neck cancer, laryngology & tracheal reconstruction, nasal & sinus disorders, otology, vestibular & balance disorders and voice box cancer. How are nosebleeds stopped? Follow these steps to stop a nosebleed: Relax Sit down and lean your body and your head slightly forward. This will keep the blood from running down your throat, which can cause nausea, vomiting , and diarrhea . (Do NOT lay flat or put your head between your legs.) Breathe through your mouth. Use a tissue or damp washcloth to catch the blood. Use your thumb and index finger to pinch together the soft part of your nose. Make sure to pinch the soft part of the nose against the hard bony ridge that forms the bridge of the nose. Squeezing at or above the bony part of the nose will not put pressure where it can help stop bleeding. Keep pinching your nose continuously for at least 5 minutes (timed by clock) before checking if the bleeding has stopped. If your nose is still bleeding, continue squeezing the nose for another 10 minutes. You can spray an over-the-counter decongestant spray , such as oxymetazoline (Afrin , Dristan , Neo-Synephrine , Vicks Sinex , others) into the bleeding side of the nose and then hold apply pressure to the nose as described above. WARNING: These topical decongestant sprays should not be used over the long term. Once the bleeding stops, DO NOT bend over; strain and/or lift anything heavy; and DO NOT blow, rub, or pick your nose for several days. Under what conditions should I seek physician or emergency care? Seek medical care through your physician or an emergency room if: You cannot stop the bleeding after more than 15 to 20 minutes of applying direct pressure. You experience repeated episodes of bleeding. The bleeding is rapid or the blood loss is large (exceeds a coffee cupful). The bleeding was caused by an injury, such as a fall or other blow to the nose or face. You feel weak or faint. The blood goes down the back of your throat rather than out front through the nose even though you are sitting down with body and head leaning slightly forward. (This may indicate the rarer, but more serious, "posterior nosebleed," which almost always requires a physician's care. This condition occurs more frequently in older people and individuals with high blood pressure). Call your physician if: You get nosebleeds often. You get a nosebleed that seems to have occurred with the start of a new medication. You get nosebleeds accompanied by unusual bruising all over your body. (This combination may indicate a more serious condition and will need to be investigated by your doctor.) How might an emergency room doctor treat the nosebleed? The doctor will ask you questions about your nosebleed and examine your nose to try to determine the source of the nosebleed. 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